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Enjoy the ride, Miami. LeBron James, the world's best basketball player, has shown no signs of slowing down despite playing a career low in minutes to begin the season. James was recently named the NBA’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the second time in Nov. and is already in mid-season form. James is averaging right around 35.5 minutes per game through the Heat’s first 17 games of the season. Maybe head coach Erik Spoelstra has been watching Greg
In the midst of all of the chaos that has surrounded the Miami Dolphins in the past few weeks, they have somehow managed to be very competitive in the playoff hunt. The glare of the national media spotlight has not had the ill effect so many expected. Not yet, anyway. While the NFL is prowling all over the Davie facilities looking for answers in the never ending Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin saga here are the Dolphins still in playoff contention.
Reality slapped the Miami Hurricanes in the face this past Sunday and during that process, the Virginia Tech Hokies did some slapping of their own. The end result was a 42-24 dismantling of the Hurricanes in a game that was not as close as the final score indicated. The Canes were dominated in their own stadium in a game they absolutely had to have.
Just as the Miami Dolphin season seemed to be taking a turn for the better, it looks to have taken a sharp turn for the worst. Or at least the embarrassing. When news broke last week that offensive lineman Jonathan Martin had left the
One of the best-storied rivalries in college football appears to have been reborn in the Sunshine State. As the seconds ticked off this past Saturday at Sun Life Stadium all of South Florida knew that for the first time in a decade Miami and Florida State would meet as top-10 unbeaten teams.
GSU's players should be praised
When I read this week that the Grambling State University’s football program was forfeiting a game against Jackson State University, I couldn't help but look up the actual definition of the word and see that the definition, in this sense didn't match the action.
One of the reasons we all love sports is that we get to see greatness. We enjoy it when athletes perform at the highest level on the biggest stage when the lights are brightest.
Okay Floyd Mayweather, I am finally convinced. For a long time I looked at the flamboyant fighter as a loud mouth boxer who is pretty good in his own right. Even better than pretty good, I considered Mayweather among the best fighters of this era
Who is he? He was a Rookie of the Year winner, a four-time scoring champ, an 11-time All-Star and an MVP. Word on the street is he has made a decision, ending a career that has been at times brilliant, controversial and puzzling, and he will go down in history as arguably the greatest little guy the NBA has ever seen. putting up a 26.7 points per game scoring average.
It was every NFL head coach's worst nightmare. You are playing a valuable starter in a meaningless pre season game just to get some much needed work in. Fins Coach Joe Philbin was probably gonna get his regular guys out of the game in short order and then it happened. In a split second Fins starting tight end Dustin Keller's season was over.