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Posted on: May 20, 2009 10:45 am
 

Bryant lifts Lakers and the Red Wings take charge

West point

A fourth ring. Carmelo Anthony. What more motivation does Kobe need? Bryant scores 40 points to help L.A. edge Denver 105-103 in Game 1 -- a day after Jerry West says LeBron James is No. 1, Ken Berger notes.

Series: LAL 1, DEN 0 | Nuggets-WWE | East | Picks | Yo!

Picture is Cleary

Mikael Samuelsson Nets the winner in OT and Dan Cleary scores again as Detroit tops Chicago 3-2 in Game 2. The Wings take charge of the series, but Wes Goldstein says the 'Hawks still believe in themselves.

Series: DET 2, CHI 0 | Goldstein: Cleary | B/R | Talk!

Another brick in the Wall

John Calipari proves his recruiting expertise by landing John Wall, the nation's top point guard. Rest of the nation beware: This is only the start to the success bound for Kentucky, Gary Parrish says. | Wall to UK

Parrish: Scholly numbers | Doyel: Called it in March | Wall | B/R | Yo!

Posted on: May 14, 2009 11:00 am
 

Nuggets advance and the Braves get a great arm

Capital collapse

Sidney moves on. Alex does not. Crosby marches his Penguins into D.C. and humiliates Ovechkin's Capitals 6-2 in Game 7. Wes Goldstein says it was such a one-sided affair, they should have invoked the mercy rule.

PIT 4, WAS 3 | Gonchar plays | Bleacher Report | Shoot!

Golden Nuggets

The Nuggets are headed to the Western Conference finals for the first time since 1985. Carmelo Anthony scores 30 points as Denver eliminates Dallas 124-110 to win the physical and emotional series 4-1. Full story

Series: Nuggets 4, Mavs 1 | Bleacher Report | Talk it up!

Special kind of Jair

Jair Jurrjens is used to being overlooked. It's always been the same story for the 23-year-old right-hander. But there's plenty of evidence proving that the Braves' 'best pitcher' is no fluke, Danny Knobler says. Column

Braves: Top Mets in 12 | 2010 options | Fantasy | Glavine back in May

Posted on: April 30, 2009 10:57 am
 

Nuggets advance and the Ducks look to stay hot

Game, set, series

Next stop on the playoff train for Denver -- the second round. Carmelo Anthony scores 34 points and the Nuggets close out the Hornets 107-86. Denver moves on for the first time since 1994. Story | Postgame

Related Links: Series: Nuggets 4, Hornets 1 | Experts | B/R | Speak up!

Video: West preview

Charging Anaheim sank the top-seeded Sharks and might be playing its best hockey in two years. But Wes Goldstein says the Ducks are about to face the NHL's best -- the Wings. PreviewsANA-DET | CHI-VAN

Related Links: Matchups: Ducks-Wings | Canucks-Hawks | Picks | B/R

Early birds

It makes total sense for someone like Hasheem Thabeet to declare early despite some of his imperfections, Gary Parrish says. But what is the point for those who have virtually no chance of being drafted? Story

Related Links: Entries | Parrish: The Thoughts | Wall does not apply

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