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KobeMD

Welcome to KobeMD.com! This is the Web site where you can type in your symptoms and Kobe Bryant will tell you what’s wrong with you. Kobe Bryant is a professional basketball player and has opinions on all of your medical … 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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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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NBA contraction warning signs

NBA commissioner David Stern suggested last week that eliminating up to four NBA teams as a cost cutting measure could be a possible solution to the current labor dispute in the league. This set off much speculation as to which … Continue reading

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