Erik Spoelstra Spanks Entire Miami Heat Team After No Good, Very Bad Game

May 18, 2012

Miami Heat Coach Erik Spoelstra was very upset after both stars Dwayne Wade and LeBron James forgot how to play basketball last night.

What they don’t want (ooh!), baby they got it!

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Knicks Never Even Wanted to Be in the Stupid Playoffs

May 3, 2012

Amare and Melo wondering what they’re doing still playing basketball when they really don’t have to at this point in the year

The New York Knicks are down 0-2 to the Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA playoffs, and they couldn’t care less, because they never wanted a post-season experience anyway!

Jeremy Lin: Possibly the only member of the 2012 Knicks that had any interest in playing in the NBA playoffs

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Yankees Avenge 2004 With Calculated, Dramatic Loss

September 29, 2011

Minutes after Boston lost in Camden Yards, the Yankees gave up a home run to Tampa Bay’s Evan Longoria.”That was easy,” Scott Proctor said.

Wamp wamp

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Better Late Than Never: MLB Playoff Wild Card Race Gets Interesting

September 22, 2011

In order to get some attention back from the exciting opening weeks of the football, baseball has decided to make things interesting with a couple of wildcard races.

These Balls are For You!

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Nuggets Avoid Sweep, Force People to Look at Birdman For At Least One More Game

April 26, 2011

The Denver Nuggets defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder to avoid a first round sweep and force basketball fans all over the country to have to look at Chris “Birdman” Andersen for at least one more game.

Like an Even Worse Version of Biff from "Back to the Future"

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Rangers Impersonate Knicks by Blowing Lead, Game

April 21, 2011

The New York Rangers copied the New York Knicks by getting ahead before allowing their opponent to prevail with some gay feel-good come-from-behind penetration.

"Its jus me versus a bunch of old guys and Rondo" - Karma Low

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It’s Baseball!

April 2, 2011

In honor of the return of baseball, here’s my preview on what to expect from the 29 major league baseball teams and the Mets.

This is the Face of America

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2010: The Year of The Bad Call

October 7, 2010

There have been two dominating themes to the 2010 MLB season: pitching and blown calls. The divisional series playoffs started yesterday and embodied both sentiments immediately.

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Number 1s

January 25, 2010
For the first time since 1993, the Superbowl will feature the top seeded teams in each conference. The New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts were perfect deep into the season, and are set to face off in Miami to decide which of the conference’s best teams is better.
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Guide to Getting Into the Playoffs When Your Team is Out

January 11, 2010

Bummed because your beloved NFL team didn’t make the playoffs? Harbor that resentment in the offseason and spend the postseason enjoying the more talented teams!

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