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Tag:NFL Draft
Posted on: April 23, 2009 10:46 am
Edited on: April 23, 2009 10:50 am
 

Magic hold off Sixers and Rangers edge Capitals

Magical

The Magic are a good team, even when Dwight Howard struggles. As the Defensive POY deals with foul trouble, Orlando blows an 18-point lead but holds off Philadelphia 96-87 to even the series at 1. Full story

Related Links: Series: Tied at 1 | B/R: Howard | Yo!

Taking control

Alex Ovechkin finally breaks into the scoring column, but the Rangers edge the Capitals 2-1. Chris Drury and Paul Mara score to push New York to a 3-1 lead in the series. Game 5 is Friday in Washington. Story

Related Links: NYR 3, WAS 1 | B/R: Is Ovechkin NHL's Iverson? | Talk!

Double vision

Want a draft sneak preview? Using the latest scuttlebutt from their best sources, Rob Rang and Chad Reuter dish up 10 predictions on what's going to go down this weekend in New York. Story

Related Links: Prisco: Risers, fallers 

Posted on: April 17, 2009 10:32 am
 

Best QB in the draft and Berger's NBA predictions

Arms race

So much for senior leadership. A very thin QB class is led by three underclassmen before a big drop to the depths. Frank Cooney breaks down signal callers and gives special attention to special teamers. Story

Related Links: QBs | K's | P's | You: Stafford or Sanchez? | Stafford

Playoff preview: East

Cavaliers over Pistons and Celtics over Bulls? Locks. Magic sweeping the 76ers? Yep. Only Heat-Hawks gives Ken Berger problems in his East preview -- but only one team has Dwyane Wade. Story | Series

Related Links: GoHornets

Welcome to the jungle

The Stanley Cup champion Red Wings give the Jackets a rude welcome to their first playoff appearance with a 4-1 beating. Wes Goldstein says experienced Detroit takes advantage of a jittery Columbus team.

Related Links: Series: DET 1, CLB 0 | Bracket | Expert Picks | Puck!

 
 
 
 
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