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profootballtalk.com Updated Apr 22, 2013
On Monday, cornerback Darrelle Revis officially became a member of the Buccaneers. The man who pulled off the biggest acquisition of a veteran player since Peyton Manning was cut by the Colts and signed by the Broncos joined Pro Football Talk to discuss…Share Tweet
On the flight back to Atlanta, Hawks coach Larry Drew watched tape of his team getting pushed around in Game 1 of the playoffs.Share Tweet
Earl Monroe nixed a move to the Indiana Pacers out of fear of the Ku Klux Klanyahoo.com Apr 22, 2013This current generation of NBA stars has taken unprecedented control over deciding which teams they play for. In recent years, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard, Chris Paul, and others have all taken their impending free agency as an opportun…Share Tweetnba.com Apr 22, 2013Paul George isn't satisfied with one playoff win and one triple-double.Share Tweetdeadspin.com Apr 22, 2013David Lee tore his hip flexor in Saturday's playoff game against the Nuggets, an injury that will keep him out for the rest of postseason. Despite his rocky history with Lee, Pacers center Roy Hibbert was sad to see one of his fellow players go down wit…Share Tweet
Stats on why the Colts need an OLBESPN.com Apr 22, 2013The 2012 Indianapolis Colts did a lot of good things, surprising virtually everyone with an 11-5 record and a playoff appearance. Two things they did poorly: protected their quarterback (thought Andrew Luck held the ball too long too often) and pressure…Share Tweet
Kobe Bryant Tries To Coach The Lakers On Twitter; No Revenge For James Harden; The NBA Playoffs Lose Another All-Stardimemag.com Apr 22, 2013There’s a first time for everything, and in yesterday afternoon’s matinee in San Antonio, we saw an injured star player attempt to coach a playoff team through 140 characters. Anxious that he can’t be out there helping his teammates, Kobe Bryant tooShare Tweet