Monthly Archives: February 2011

Reputation of the male cheerleader just took another hit

The male cheerleader fights a lot of stereotypes in order to garner respect from the sports community. People are often quick to say male cheerleaders are losers, know nothing about sports or just love wearing sweaters. It’s even tougher to … Continue reading

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Sports Mutinies

The Detroit Pistons starting-five staged a mutiny during their first practice after the All-Star break. All five starters, citing different reasons (if they gave a reason at all) skipped practice. Apparently their problem is how much they hate their head … Continue reading

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Major League Eating hoping to avoid it’s own lockout

It’s all about labor stories right now in the sports world. NFL players and owners are in frantic talks to get a new collective bargaining agreement in place by March. An inevitable lockout looms in the NBA, with the commissioner … Continue reading

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NBA Trade Deadline: Winners and Losers

With another trade deadline passing in the NBA and a flurry of action coming with it, it’s time to instantly judge these moves without the benefit of perspective or  hindsight. Here are the NBA’s winners and losers of the trade … Continue reading

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“Activist judge” removed from Slam Dunk Contest panel

The politics of the slam dunk contest has already cost at least one person. But it’s not one of the participants, it was a potential judge. Former contest winner Brent Barry thought he was going to judge the likes of … Continue reading

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JJ Reddick is clumsy

For the second time in about a week, JJ Redick has somehow set white people even further back in how the world perceives them as basketball players. Last week when victimized by Randy Foye’s crossover, it was barely excusable. But … Continue reading

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Miguel Cabrera’s legal mind

Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera was arrested and charged with a DUI last night. He resisted arrest, shouted “Do you know who I am?” and even took a pull off a handle of scotch in front of the officer. But … Continue reading

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