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College Football Has a Playoff!

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Finally! College football is officially a real sport now. After years of being stubborn, the bigwigs in the college football world have realized what everyone else on earth has known the whole time: College football needs a playoff system. Beginning in 2014, we will finally get the college football playoff.

Amare Stoudemire Twitter: Fined For Homophobic Slur

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Amare Stoudemire needs to learn how to use Twitter. When you're famous and people take shots at you, your best bet is to just ignore that person. If they really bother you, go ahead and block the person. But you don't curse at them or call them derogatory names even on a direct message. Amare Stoudemire found that out the hard way recently.

Lamar Odom to the Clippers?

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Lamar Odom was a bust with the Dallas Mavericks. He never seemed to adjust to leaving Los Angeles. While the Lakers are reportedly interested in him, the team making the biggest push for Odom is the Clippers. With the Clippers needing a bigman who can space the court, Odom looks like a perfect fit.

Anthony Davis Fantasy Basketball Preview

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Anthony Davis will be the first pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the New Orleans Hornets. We all know he's a highly talented player who will likely win the NBA Rookie of the Year. However, how will Anthony Davis do in fantasy basketball?

First of all, Anthony Davis is going to get a lot of minutes.

White Sox Trade for Kevin Youkilis

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It had become a matter of time. The Boston Red Sox were going to trade away their long-time third baseman Kevin Youkilis. Today, we got an answer as the Red Sox shipped him to the Chicago White Sox for two prospects. Youkilis will become the everyday third baseman in Chicago and will look to prove to Boston that he still has some gas left in the tank.

Where Will Deron Williams Sign?

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Deron Williams is arguably the biggest name on the 2012 NBA free agent market. The talented point guard will be an unrestricted free agent and just about every team in the league would love to have him on their team. Where will Deron Williams sign? If you believe the latest reports that have hit the wires, Williams has narrowed his list down to two teams: the Brooklyn Nets and the Dallas Mavericks.

Woman Hit with Baseball Two Years Ago Sues Little League Player

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A New Jersey woman who was hit in the face with a baseball at a Little League game two years ago is now suing the catcher who threw the ball.

Elizabeth Lloyd is seeking more than $150,000 in damages to cover medical costs plus an undefined amount for pain and suffering. At the time of the incident, she was sitting at a picnic table near a fence-in bullpen.

LeBron & Kobe Search for Best Amateur Players for the Sprite Uncontainable Game

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There's something new at NBA All-Star Weekend 2013 an amateur game featuring some of the best athletes in the world. Kobe Bryant and LeBron James have teamed up with Sprite to lead the search for the best amateur basketball players to compete at All-Star Weekend 2013. LeBron and Kobe will also coach the teams that will face off in Houston.

Olympic Spotlight: Danell Leyva

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As we lead up to the Summer Games in London, we will be spotlighting a couple of the Team USA athletes each week. Today, we start with Danell Leyva.

A Cuban native, Danell defected to Miami with his mother Maria Gonzalez when he was just a year old. The 21-year-old is now one of America's greatest hopes for Gold this summer in men's gymnastics at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Rick’s Cabaret Girls Congratulate Miami Heat

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Dancers from the famous Rick's Cabaret gentlemen's club in midtown Manhattan formed their own basketball squad several months ago and the team watched last night's NBA Miami Heat vs Oklahoma City Thunder contest with rapt attention.

The basketball game was shown on the club's numerous TVs and screens, and there was a private VIP viewing party on the Rick's Roof Deck Cigar Lounge which was attended by several top Wall Street bankers, celebrities, and other notables.

LeBron James Nike Commercial – The Ring Maker

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Nike was quick on the draw with a new LeBron James commercial after he won his first championship. This LeBron James commercial is called "The Ring Maker" and is actually really good. Scroll down and watch the video below.

In this LeBron James commercial, there is a ring maker who watches LeBron grow from a high school phenom into a powerhouse in the NBA.

LeBron James is a Champion

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It's about damn time. That's what LeBron James said after winning the 2012 NBA Championship as the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 5. For LeBron, who has taken a lot of criticism over the years for not being able to carry his team to the top, the wait must have felt like an eternity.

Heat Survive Game 3, Up 2-1

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LeBron James is halfway to his first championship ring. In a game that featured a ton of missed perimeter shots, the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder by a final score of 91-85. LeBron led the way with 29 points and 14 rebounds for the Heat, who now lead the series 2-1.

Kevin Durant had a solid game for the Thunder.

Manny Ramirez Released by Oakland

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Before ever playing a game with the Oakland Athletics, Manny Ramirez has been released. According to reports, Ramirez had asked the A's to release him and the team decided to oblige. Before being let go, the designated hitter had played 17 games in Triple-A in the minor leagues.

"It was an amazing experience," Ramirez told ESPN.

Tony Parker Injury Update – Eye Injury

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After Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs were eliminated by the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2012 Western Conference Finals, Parker's next order of business is traveling to France to play for his national team. However, on his way there, Parker suffered one of the most fluke injuries you'll ever hear about.