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Noah Might Sign With Timberwolves As Free Agent

As a member of the Chicago Bulls, Joakim Noah was an instrumental part of their resurgence. He helped the team become one of the top contenders in the Eastern Conference as well as one of the favorite NBA betting picks during his nine years with the team. After two disappointing seasons that have be derailed

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Timberwolves’ Draft Positioning Unchanged by Winning Streak

Before you rush off to your favorite online NBA sportsbook and start making some rather rash decisions because of the Timberwolves’ winning streak, you need to know that, in the long run, it doesn’t matter nearly as much as you think, at least not in the way you think. So, yes, it is okay to

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The Coaches Behind the Success

by RMTip21 Although there are some amazing basketball players who play a key part in winning games, it could be argued that the most important thing is to have a good coach. The sport has evolved over time and as the game progresses it changes strategically as well. A good coach is one that can

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Without A Curse:Why Mookie Betts May Start The Season in Triple-A

While most Boston sports fans are still reliving the Patriots’ miraculous victory in Super Bowl XLIX, Alex turns the page to baseball inside this edition of “Without a Curse.” Alex talks about some of the biggest storylines that could face the Red Sox in Spring Training, including the possible battle in right field between Mookie

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Without A Curse Ep#663:The Red Sox Shouldn’t Emulate the Royals’ Championship Formula

Professional sports are a copycat industry, but the Red Sox shouldn’t try to replicate the Royals’ championship formula this offseason. The two teams exist in different financial realities. The Royals can afford to evaluate their young players over the long haul, and are forced to find undervalued assets in the market place. The Red Sox,

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Without A Curse Ep#659: The Derek Jeter Retirement Tour Should Elicit Cynicism From The Masses

Alex previews the final week of the season inside this edition of “Without a Curse,” and highlights the importance for the Red Sox to finish with a better record than they did in 2012. Though the results have been just as disappointing, the organization is in a better place now than it was then. Almost

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Without A Curse Ep#658: MLB Deals With Domestic Violence Just As Poorly As The NFL

Alex leads off this edition of “Without a Curse” with a commentary on what he deems the “most important week in professional sports in recent memory.” If anything, Ray Rice’s and Adrian Peterson’s actions demonstrate that the public needs to watch sports with a suspense of disbelief. A football game is no different than a

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Without A Curse Ep#657: The Red Sox Have No Choice But To Shut Down Koji Uehara

Alex recaps the Red Sox’s past two series against the Yankees and Blue Jays inside this edition of “Without a Curse,” and outlines some storylines fans should have their eyes on as the season comes to a close. Koji Uehara’s status remains in limbo, as Red Sox manager John Farrell announced Friday he would be

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Without A Curse Ep#655: Red Sox Rusney Castillo Signing Sets Them Up For An Eventful Off-Season

The big Red Sox news from the week was the signing of 27-year-old Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo. Alex talks about how Castillo factors into the organization’s future plans, and why he thinks this is the first of many dominos to fall over the next several months. Alex also discusses the Red Sox’s latest prolonged losing

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Without A Curse Ep#654:Xander Bogaerts’ Maddening Defensive Errors Symbolize A Trying Season For The Red Sox

Alex recaps the past week in Red Sox baseball, which included the end of an exciting road trip and maddening four-game series against the Astros. Xander Bogaerts’ defensive miscues at shortstop led to Red Sox losses on Friday and Sunday, as his performance continues to be worrisome. In addition to analyzing the team’s recent play,

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