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The Kovalchuk Saga Continues

It may be the NHLPA’s job to look out for their players, but sometimes all player’s associations, hockey or any other, needs to get a reality check. When Ilya Kovalchuk signed a 17-year deal to stay with the New Jersey Devils, it immediately became a topic of debate, whether or not it was a way to get around the salary cap, or if it was just a way to keep Kovalchuck under contract for an amount of time he really wanted to play. While long deals are uncommon in most other sports, it is not as bad as it seems…

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Will The NBA Ever Clean Up The Mess They Made For NCAA Hoops?

One-and-done players are nothing new in college basketball. There have always been players who felt they needed just one extra year to polish their skills before going into the NBA. But when the NBA made a rule that players had to be out of high-school for at least one year before being eligible to play in the NBA, it created a whole new brand of one-and-done players. Now one-and-done players have gone from guys who want to play at the collegiate levels before turning pro, to guys who are just wasting time before they can. I understand that the NBA…

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The Forgotten Free Agents

In a year where free agency headline’s have been dominated by names like LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh, Amar’e Stoudemire, and Carlos Boozer, the two guys with the most established careers are still on the market. At one point in their respective careers, both Shaquille O’Neal and Allen Iverson were considered to be the face of the NBA. While both are seen a guys who are “over the hill” or at the end of their playing days, one must wonder how neither one is drawing much, if any, attention from NBA teams looking to add a player that could…

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