Magic Blow Out Raptors Behind Anderson’s Eight 3-Pointers

Orlando Magic forward Ryan Anderson was on absolute fire Monday night, making a career-high eight three-pointers and leading all scorers with 28 points as the Magic (32-18) made their way just north of the border and rolled over the Toronto… Continue Reading →

France Takes an Unexpected Seat at Rugby World Cup 2011

With the Rugby World Cup Final just days away, the French seem an unfit match for New Zealand’s strong team. France making it into the Rugby World Cup was an unusual feat. The team lost greatly to New Zealand in the… Continue Reading →

Natural Pro Bodybuilder – Dr Layne Norton Interview [Part One]

Not only is Layne Norton a professional bodybuilder with the IFPA and NGA, but he has also successfully obtained his PHD in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Illinois. Layne has also won competitions in power-lifting, a passion of his which compliments… Continue Reading →

Jaguars Moving In The Right Direction; Playoff-Bound?

It may just be preseason, but it′s hard not to get excited about the direction of the Jacksonville Jaguars. The first team offense has looked fluent, whilst the defense has been efficient, showing there′s much more about them on that… Continue Reading →

Derrick Rose’s MVP Season: Overrated or Overachieved?

NBA Stars Put on Exciting Show for OKC Fans During Exhibition Match

A host of NBA stars converged upon Oklahoma City Sunday night for the US Tracking Fleet Basketball Invitational hosted by hometown hero Kevin Durant. They did not disappoint, putting on quite a show for the energetic crowd. With a final… Continue Reading →

Wimbledon Review: Week One

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Wimbledon 2011: Battleground Between The Past Winners and The Newcomers

For years, Wimbledon has been well dominated by the previous Champions. It has been only a few times during the past ten years that a new player would break in to win it all. Look at the Williams Sisters, together… Continue Reading →

Magic Fall to Heat as Wade Has Huge Fourth Quarter

With just a 34 point output in the second half and a huge fourth quarter by Dwyane Wade, the Orlando Magic €“ who hold the third-best record in the Eastern Conference (29-17) €“ fell to the current second seed in the… Continue Reading →

American Judoka Expelled from Olympics For Marijuana Use

During the past days we have heard of athletes being expelled for unruly behavior. Up until now, there were no Americans involved in the controversies surrounding this year’s Olympics, but unfortunately the time has come for an American athlete to… Continue Reading →

Rituals Of Hockey: Playoff Beards on Funny or Die

Stamford, U.S.A – No one takes beards more seriously than pro hockey players and their fans, who toss their blades each April when the playoffs begin. The road to the championship is long, and the beards even longer. Which begs… Continue Reading →

Are Aging Veterans Becoming Desperate for Rings?

It seems to be a growing trend across all of the major sporting leagues in the United States that aging veterans seem to spend the final years of their career doing anything they can to put one more championship ring… Continue Reading →

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