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Posts by: Adam Smith

“With the NFL Lockout seemingly over, the Cincinnati Bengals’ ownership group has to address an issue that they have diverted for months; Carson Palmer. Palmer has reiterated that he would retire rather than suit up for the Bengals this season, despite being owed 60 million dollars for the remainder of his contract. But [...]

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“The Cincinnati Reds have been an enigma all season long, performing at a wildly inconsistent rate. Coming off a 2010 NL Central Division title, the Reds have had high expectations, but are yet to play good baseball for a continued stretch. In fact, the Reds have not won consecutive games since June 14-15. [...]

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Without Tiger

On July 8, 2011 By

Nobody has impacted their respective sport more than Tiger Woods. Tiger has fixated the sport of golf since he broke onto the scene with his win at the 1997 Masters Tournament by a staggering 12 shots. But much has changed since that historic win 14 years ago. As much as the [...]

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The 2010-2011 NBA season finally came to a close on Sunday night when the Dallas Mavericks captured their first NBA Championship in franchise history. It was a great moment for the Mavericks organization, and really for the entire sporting world. The Mavericks won the title on old-school principles of defense, unity, teamwork, and [...]

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LeBron’s Judgment

On June 2, 2011 By

Don’t Judge LeBron

Since LeBron announced that he would be taking his talents from his home state Ohio to newfound South Beach, a startling amount of hate has been cast his way. Sure, LeBron could have chosen a more respectable and professional way of revealing his free agency, and for [...]

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Many people have forgotten that the Cincinnati Reds won the NL Central last season by a convincing margin. The Reds have not. Many that were close with the Reds had predicted that the 2011 season was the year where the Reds’ young talents would come to fruition and blend with the [...]

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