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Neal, Green Win Game Three for Spurs

Tweet With a 2-1 series lead, and the next two games being played at home, the San Antonio Spurs can close out the series in five. It’s been a rocky series for the San Antonio Spurs. After a comeback win in game one, and a blowout loss in game two, the Spurs were looking more inexperienced than seasoned. The All-Star [&hellip

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Tebow Signs Two-Year Deal with Patriots

Tweet On Tuesday, the New England Patriots signed quarterback Tim Tebow to a two-year contract with no money guaranteed. The former New York Jet was counted out and overlooked by many teams, but is now given a chance to prove himself to the best coach in the league. “Tim is a talented player; is smart and works hard. We’ll see [&hellip

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Hanley, Kemp inactive for Dodgers

Tweet The Los Angeles Dodgers (27-35) face a major setback as shortstop Hanley Ramirez returns to the disabled list due to a troubled hamstring, and outfielder Matt Kemp remains inactive. On Sunday, Kemp participated in a workout exercise—stretching, sprinting, and agility drills—that tested the strength of his recovering strained hamstring. But instead of impressing the medical staff, Kemp stated that [&hellip

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RG3 Media Attention Good for Redskins

Tweet With all of the media attention surrounding Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, some may feel like the media’s obsession with his injury recovery is getting out of hand. Amongst the crowd of disapproving viewers is former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb. “…When I look up on TV and see him up there talking all the time about how great [&hellip

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Mark Appel goes #1 in MLB draft, returns to Houston

Tweet The Houston Astros selected pitcher Mark Appel out of Stanford University No.1 overall on Thursday. Last year, when Houston native Mark Appel was selected eighth during the amateur draft, and was offered $3.8 million dollars to sign with Pittsburgh, pitching for Clint Hurdle at PNC Park appeared to be the obvious choice. Unlike most college athletes that would jump [&hellip

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