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Since their expansion into the NHL in 2000, the Columbus Blue Jackets only qualified for the playoffs once. That year was back in 2009 when they were led by Steve Mason and Rick Nash.
Yesterday, the Toronto Raptors lost to the Brooklyn Nets 94-87 at home. They now face a 0-1 hole and no further home court advantage. However, they're not alone, says one blogger.
NBA reporter and fashion king Craig Sager was found to be diagnosed with leukemia. It was first found out on Thursday from a tweet from Sager's son.
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In exchange for granting the NFL an anti-trust exemption necessary for the NFL-AFL merger, the late commissioner Pete Rozelle assured Congress that none of the 24 franchises involved in the merger would be moved. …
Did ya happen to catch the new Damian Lillard commercial over the weekend? If ya didn't, it's a must watch! Clearly corporate America has bought into this kid. What's not to like, d...
If you came away impressed with the Washington Wizards come-from-behind win over the Bulls yesterday, join the club, I'm in!
This is the game that I was most looking forward to out of all the first round ties, purely because both of these teams have been excellent this season.
The Yanks were able to even up the series with Rays this Sunday 2-2. After coming off an embarrassing 16-1 loss Saturday night, the Yankees were able to bounce back with an important win.
The Seattle Mariners are quickly going from a team hoping to break a losing streak to a team desperate to find a way to win.
These guys may not go in the first round but could still be stars or quality starters in the NFL, the Russell Wilsons of 2014.
The Brooklyn Nets are feeling good about themselves after their game 1 win over the Toronto Raptors. But I think if Brooklyn will advance in this series and beyond, they will need Mason Plumlee to step up.
Just in case you missed anything, one blogger updates you on the top 5 priceless sports moments of the week.
Nationals rookie manager, Matt Williams, sent Bryce Harper to the bench Saturday afternoon, for veering off the line on a grounder back to the pitcher.
The ageless Tim Duncan played at a high level, and was an intricate part of the Spurs fourth quarter surge over the Mavericks in game one. The Spurs look to go up 2-0 as they continue their dominance over the Mavs.
It was a wild finish on Sunday at the Harbour Town Golf Links in South Carolina. Going into the final round, Matt Kuchar trailed the leader by four-strokes.
In the first round of the 2014 playoffs, the Rockets will take on the Trail Blazers in the 4-5 matchup in the Western Conference.
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