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N.B.A. Trade Deadline Breakdown

The N.B.A. trade deadline saw some unexpected names switch addresses.  Some teams vying for a playoff spot became buyers, and some teams that have been out of the playoff race for a while, became sellers.  Let’s have a quick look at some of the trades that went down. Houston traded guard Aaron Brooks to Phoenix for guard Goran Dragic and a future first-round draft pick. Brooks obviously did not take…

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Matt’s Musing: Leafs-Closer Than We Think?

    With the Leafs currently sitting six points out of a playoff berth, a lot of suppressed excitement is beginning to bubble to the surface in Toronto. Leafs Nation has been deprived of playoff hockey since May of 2004, when the final team of the free spending, no-cap era made a second round exit after losing out to the Philadelphia Flyers. The introduction of the salary cap after a…

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New York is pretty…Melo

Carmelo Anthony, and fellow Knicks teammate Amar’e Stoudemire Now that we’ve all had some time to get over the Melo hangover, I’m going to try to break it down and see who got the better deal. New York Knicks: Carmelo Anthony: A bonified star in the NBA, who can put up 25 points on any given night.  He is a guy who is not known as someone who cannot make…

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Barcelona v. Arsenal-Preview

With the first leg out of the way, I will be taking a look at the second leg, which will be played at the Camp Nou, on March 8th 2011. With the score at 2-1 for Arsenal after the first leg, fans can be happy that the Gunners got the win, but the back four looked very shaky, to say the least.  Koscielny and crew seemed to admire when Messi,…

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Hello World!

What’s going on everyone?!? My name is Ogi, and recently I have decided to start blogging about my passion-sports.  But before I do that, let me tell you a little bit about myself. I came to Canada at the age of six, from a war riddled country, that country being Serbia.  The first couple of years in a new country were much different than what I was used to, learning…

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