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Kevin Koczwara
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Dec 18 2013
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It just keeps going...and going...and going...and going like the last three minutes of an NBA game.

Dec 7 2013
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There is some history between these teams, even still with Matt Cooke no longer on the Penguins. The Bruins got thrashed here in Boston/the whole of Massachusetts (because it's not one city) by the media for not fighting and standing up when Cooke killed Savard's career.

Dec 4 2013
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I didn't think goal actually went in at first because I didn't believe it happened. Then I saw the replay and screamed like a girl. Then I lost it on the third one again. I'm surprised none of my neighbors came to check up on me because I was so loud. Amazing what Suarez can do when he isn't being stupid on the field. Read more

Nov 19 2013
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I am skeptical, but always thought he had the vision and handling. His jump-shot was concerned me. I was one of those very excited to see him come out. I guess what always scared me with him was that he was drafted by the Clippers when they were the worst and seemed to ruin every young kid's career too soon somehow Read more

Nov 19 2013
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"Great" is a term we throw around a ton now. I loved Livingston's game coming out of high school, but to be great means a lot. And Simmons isn't someone I would use as my reference for judging talent. He tends to fall into the over-reaction hot-take category often and doesn't like to take a step back until after it Read more

Nov 19 2013
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Never was he going to be great, but he would have been fun to watch. Of note on the dunk, that right there probably sums up a major issue with the Nets team as a whole...Does anyone move on the play? Is there a play called besides a half-court iso for Livingston — a back-up point guard? This experiment in New Jersey Read more

Nov 5 2013
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Find the Notable reads at the end and search them out as well. I have found some of my favorite stories in that section. This year's edition has a great notable from Mr. AlexBelth, who runs The Stacks here on Deadspin, called "The Two Rogers". It ran on SBNation's longform site.

Oct 20 2013
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Media bias may exist to you because you can't spell, type or form a sentence properly. There is the problem. Maybe more school and reading would help you understand why this might bother some people while helping you learn to spell "know".

Jul 30 2013
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Rarely does the US win these kinds of "choose your country" battles with players that actually grew up in the US and played in the systems here...this is a nice win, but it's only Iceland and this kid has a tough battle to get a midfield spot. Good luck to him. Too bad the US has to poach from Iceland instead of say Read more

Jul 9 2013
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I covered the New England Revolution, and still do, and the process in which they stopped the YSA chants wasn't as easy as Garber makes it seem in the interview (and Sunil didn't have all that much to do with it if I recall). Fans were removed from the stadium for doing it under a cloud of suspicion. It was a strange Read more

Jul 2 2013
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Let's start here, with commenters: Columnists aren't always journalists. Bleacher Report writers are "columnists" by their own standards and they are certainly not journalists. Journalists report and write the story they uncover and usually (except in certain instances of gonzo-journalism or longform narrative story Read more

Jun 26 2013
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Peter King gets paid for this kind of insight. No joke. Unpaid Bleacher Report "writers" could have done this kind of work for free (and probably did). And the news world wonders why people stop picking up newspapers and magazines.