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It will be tough to land one of the top players on the marketUpvote Share TweetA look at what's being written about the NFL on ThursdayUpvote Share Tweet
Lakers score 20 straight points, finish with 25-2 run to stun Hornets in comeback win (VIDEO)yahoo.com Updated Mar 7, 2013With 8:48 remaining in the fourth quarter on Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Lakers - the top-heavy titans who've spent the last four months miring in the muck of injuries, back-biting, coach-swapping, system-scrapping and, above all else, losing beforUpvote Share TweetKobe Bryant and the Lakers have been riding a hot streak that has brought them within sight of the Western Conference's eighth and final playoff spot.Upvote Share TweetThis Austin Rivers injury is one sad situation. He didn’t tear up a knee, he’s not ill and he should be fine in time to add to his game during the offseason, but he’ll also be on the shelf for four to six weeks after breaking his shooting hand in aUpvote Share Tweet
The Lakers Tricked The Hornets Into Defending The Wrong Basketdeadspin.com Updated Mar 7, 2013We've all tried this one, right? Line up on the wrong side of the ball so the defenders get confused and try to gain position on the wrong basket? And we stopped trying it after realizing that it never, ever works, right? More »Upvote Share Tweet
Flacco has bigger contract, Brees takes home more cash, says tax groupWASHINGTON - This week, Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco signed a new six-year $120.6 million contract making him the highest paid player in NFL history at $20.1 million per year. But because of higher taxes in Maryland, the Baltimore...Upvote Share Tweet
Kobe Leads A Wild Comeback; LeBron James Hits A Game-Winnerdimemag.com Updated Mar 7, 2013We fell asleep at some point in the third quarter, and when we woke to see the Lakers were back in it, we thought it was an entirely different game. In a way, it was. L.A. overcame a 25-point deficit in New Orleans last night to beat the Hornets, 108-10…Upvote Share Tweet