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Month: April 2012

Charlotte Observer: What the Charlotte Bobcats Need to Do to Get Better

The Charlotte Bobcats are the worst team in the whole-entire-NBA. Not the CP3-less Hornets. Not the rookie-led Cavaliers and not the “wait, who’s on their team?”Raptors. What I’m saying is that the Bobcats are pretty bad. They aren’t going to Read More

Kurt Suzuki’s Value

Kurt Suzuki is only 28. An age that most would think would be part of a player’s prime. So, despite an underwhelming offensive season last year, it’s safe to assume that Kurt Suzuki is in his prime. There are a Read More

Can’t Live Without ‘Em: American League

(Disclaimer: You can live without these players, it certainly doable.) Injuries happen. Trades happen. Prolonged, bench-worthy stints occur. Players might not be there. Whether that player is your everyday superstar or fourth outfielder, the loss means something. But in the Read More

Everything Went Right For The Celtics… In the Regular Season

Boston recently clinched their fifth straight division title with a win over Orlando. If you have lived under a rock for the last few months, then yes, the 76ers are in the midst of tanking. Boston had a ton of Read More

The Real Deal or Not So Real: Early Season Contenders and Pretenders

It’s early in the season. Perhaps too early to make assumptions and what not, but here goes anyway. Every season some teams get off to fast starts, and somewhat slower ones. A fast start could propel you to a successful Read More

Miguel Cabrera is Generally Raking In Detroit and Miami….

(I say “generally” only because he just broke out of a 0-22 slump.) Miguel Cabrera went to the Tigers in a much ballyhooed trade back in late 2007. Dontrelle Willis went with him to Detroit and Miami (Florida at the Read More

The Good Old What If Game: Felix Hernandez’s Lack of Run Support

Felix Hernandez might be the best pitcher in baseball not to win an MVP and Cy Young in the same season. For a prime example of his skill look at the 2010 season when he won only 13 games to Read More

Who is the Best First Baseman in the American League?

Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder. Possibly the NL’s finest pair of first basemen last season now find themselves in the AL, who were already rich with first basemen. The Candidates- Albert  Pujols, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Maybe the best Read More

Potential Big Name Trades

The playoffs are almost on us. Some teams are jockeying for playoff seeds while others are eagerly looking toward next year. The waiver-wire/buyout players have landed on their new teams. So naturally the next big trading time in the NBA Read More