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Who the Cavs should pick: NBA Mock Draft

The Cavaliers have secured the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft for the third time in four years. We here at the Elite Insiders compiled an early mock draft showing who we believe they should pick, along with the rest of the lottery teams. Will the Cavs go with Wiggins, Parker or Embiid, only…

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The Spurs win the “Bill and Jalen” NBA Playoffs award (Video)

Bill and Jalen’s work together on Grantland and NBA Countdown is as natural as the combo of John Madden and Pat Summerall. The chemistry they share is also synonymous with the chemistry of the Spurs, as Khari and Theo hand San Antonio the Bill and Jalen award for best chemistry in the NBA Playoffs. Led…

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MC Bron-Bron? King James Spits Jay-Z Inspired Freestyle

  From dropping dimes to dropping bars, King James does it all. Fresh off releasing his new Sprite 6 Mix drink, the Chosen One and long-time pal Sian Cotton decided to spend some time in the booth and spit some hot fire over an instrumental from Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail album. Click here to […]

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Season Preview: New England Patriots

Here we are Pats fans, week Four of the preseason. A mere two weeks away from the Patriots Sept 9th season opener vs the Titans in Nashville. That means its time for me to make my annual predictions on the upcoming Patriots season. This article includes game by game win/loss predictions, as well as my […]

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High School Senior Tebows During Graduation, Principal Called for Holding

High school graduation is one of the most bittersweet moments in our lives. While graduation marks the end high school and of having to live with mom and dad, it also tends to entail leaving friends behind and starting a new chapter of our lives which may be terrifying. Some cannot wait to embark on […]

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The Solution To The NCAA Pay For Play Controversy

The NCAA was founded in 1906 with noble intentions. According to it’s website NCAA.org it’s core purpose is “To govern competition in a fair, safe, equitable, and sportsmanlike manner, and to integrate intercollegiate athletics into higher education so that the educational experience of the student athlete is paramount” Translation? Its their job to make sure […]

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Miami Heat Make Powerful, Iconic Tribute to Slain Florida Teen

Ever since LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined the Miami Heat in 2010 the maturity of the team has been questioned. People wondered if LeBron and Dwayne Wade could share the basketball. People wondered if Chris Bosh could handle the bright lights of Miami. People wondered if Erik Spoelstra was qualified enough to manage one […]

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How To Save The NBA Dunk Contest

Ladies and gentlemen, I am in mourning. What transpired tonight in Orlando was no Dunk Contest, it was the ghost of the Dunk Contest. The real dunk contest has been dead since 2003. The killer? None other than the bloated egos of today’s NBA superstars. Believe it or not, they think they are too good […]

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Sounding Off: The Chris Paul Saga Continues…

I know your frustrated Cp3, but trust me, you will thank David Stern eventually….. Nearly a week after I boldly predicted that Chris Paul would indeed get his wish and become a New York Knick, disaster struck. On my birthday, December 8th, 2011 the Los Angeles Lakers completed a trade for Chris Paul. I was […]

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The Real Story: Why Cheerleading Isn’t A Sport (And Why It Should Be)

Since its humble beginnings over one-hundred years ago, cheerleading has evolved not only into an important fixture at American sporting events, but into a controversial debate topic as well. Millions of people have even argued that cheerleading is its own sport. Just last year Quinnipiac University took that argument into Connecticut federal court and and […]

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