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  • How big a problem is flopping in the NBA?

    All part of the game Barry Stavro Los Angeles Times Flopping gets attention because it's a play near the ball. But look carefully at a star's shirt after they've driven into the lane — it's always pulled out of their jersey. Elbow hooking, moving...
  • Who emerges from the SEC weekend?

    Florida, Georgia Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune These games should be so tight, I'd be happy getting one of them right. I'll take Florida and Georgia to survive the weekend. The Gators have gotten better every week, with Jeff Driskel validating...
  • Korman in 4 Corners: Who will win the Preakness on Saturday?

    Bodemeister will hang on Joseph Schwerdt Sun Sentinel Had the Kentucky Derby (at 1 1/4 miles) been the same length as the Preakness Stakes (1 3/16 miles), we might be talking about Bodemeister winning the Run for the Roses. But that last sixteenth of a...
  • What to Expect movie reviews

    What to Expect movie reviews
    The reviews are lukewarm at best for "What to Expect When You're Expecting," a movie loosely based on the hot-selling book series by Heidi Murkoff. Charming moms-to-be, including Anna Kendrick and Cameron Diaz, deal with the emotional and physical...
  • Was penalty against Vilma too severe?

    NFL must prove guilt Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times The suspension of Jonathan Vilma was not too severe if in fact he offered $10,000 bounties to any teammate who took out Kurt Warner or Brett Favre. That's clearly crossing the line. But the thing is,...
  • Preying on the poor

    Preying on the poor
    Individually, the poor are not all that tempting to thieves. Mug a banker and you might score a wallet containing a month's rent. Mug a janitor and you'll be lucky to get bus fare to flee the crime scene. But the poor in aggregate provide a juicy target...
  • Will Magic regret firing Van Gundy?

    Orlando needs change K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Define regret. If they think the moves alone will appease Dwight Howard enough for him to sign a long-term extension, Orlando management might regret the moves. Because you never know what that...
  • If sold, how much would Yankees fetch?

    Upward to $3 billion Steve Gould Baltimore Sun An awful lot of money. We're talking way more than any American sports team has been sold for before. Forbes valued the Yankees at $1.85 billion in March, and the general belief among experts and analysts...
  • Can Team USA men win basketball gold?

    Still the favorite Josh Robbins Orlando Sentinel The injuries to Dwight Howard, Derrick Rose, LaMarcus Aldridge and Chauncey Billups hurt the United States' chances to repeat as Olympic champs, but Team USA still should be considered the favorite. The...
  • Will Spanier be found guilty in PSU case?

    We don't have the facts David Wharton Los Angeles Times Former Penn State President Graham Spanier's indictment gets to the heart of what critics of big-time college sports have said for years: University presidents need to take more responsibility for...
  • Who's playing better: Manning or Luck?

    Rookie has amazed Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times It's a bizarre coincidence that at the midway point of the season, Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck have identical passing yardage totals (2,404, tied for third) and team records (5-3). Overall, Manning has...
  • NFL coaches: most overrated, underrated?

    Ryan and Kubiak Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune It is difficult to argue with the choices of the players who were polled by The Sporting News. Gary Kubiak (underrated) has not won big in the postseason, but he runs a solid program, develops players and...