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A Look Back at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics

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Atlanta is a beautiful,vibrant city with many things to offer. It is one of the top metropolitan cities in the entire United States and while it is not on par as far as being a major hub of the world with the likes of New York City or Los Angeles, but it is definitely on par with other major cities, like Boston or Miami. Atlanta is on the upswing, and has been for the better part of two and a half decades, however the city does not always get the respect it deserves.

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The Five Best Atlanta Braves Of All Time

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The Atlanta Braves, Georgia’s longest running professional team, is a storied organization with a ton of history and legendary players. From the sixties, to the Ted Turner Era, to becoming “America’s Team” on the Superstation, to The Bobby Cox era, Braves fans have experienced an amazing selection of baseball history.

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4 Reasons The 2012 Dream Team would never Beat the 1992 Dream Team

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The Men’s olympic basketball team, dubbed The Dream Team since 1992, has won 4 of the last 5 Gold medals and dominated the competition for the better part of 20 years. It all began with the 1992 dream team, consisting of the likes of Jordan, Ewing, Pippen, Drexler, and Magic and Bird together at last. It was a huge national moment, one that may not be seen again for a long time. The team routed each country with an average winning score of over 40 points.

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2012 NBA Finals: Legends in the Making

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The Heat has secured their first Championship with Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh. The Heat were leading  the series versus the Thunder  3-1, and it appears as if the gap between them lead to James’ first championship, and a stop at least 40 percent of all the sports related memes.

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LaDainian Tomlinson Announces Retirement

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Five Time Pro Bowler LaDainian Tomlinson has announced that he will retire from the NFL Monday. In a nice gesture, he is signing with his former team the San Diego Chargers for one day, so that he can retire with the team where much of his illustrious career was spent. L.T. is fifth all time in the rushing list throughout NFL history. He has played for 11 seasons, including the last two with the New York Jets. In 2007, he was awarded the MVP award.

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The Carter and Oklahoma: A Sports Drama That Shouldn’t Be

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In the world of professional sports, one sees many things. The various fans coming out to root for their team of choice, the screams of anguish from a player after a bad play, the awkward, but jovial movements of the mascots; and what sports game would be complete without the occasional celebrity appearance? For many celebrities, attending a sports event is a good way to not only bring in more fans who might get a chance to interact with the celebrity, but it’s also a good way to get more press in order to sell more tickets.

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T.O. acts like T.O. Again, the World Laughs

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Terrell Owens’ entire career plays out like the first half of any given sports movie. He comes in, does excellently, surprises everyone, and become a breakout star. Then he acts like a prick, but no one cares, because he’s a great player. He continues this path of deplorable behavior: bad-mouthing every quarterback who had the privilege to throw to him, insinuating that certain teammates were homosexual, insulting coaches and fans and generally being the most disliked sports personality until Lebron James, who got sick of Cleveland.

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Four Reasons Why the Jonathan Vilma Lawsuit is a Waste of Time

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The NFL gets sued frequently, and is fighting many lawsuits at any given time. This goes from the highly important, like former players pressing charges because they’re getting Alzheimer’s disease in their 40s, to the unimportant, like the Jonathan Vilma lawsuit. Currently, Saints Linebacker Jonathan Vilma is suing Roger Goodell, the Commissioner of the League, for defamation, pinpointing Goodell as the ringleader of the bounty program.

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NBA Playoffs: Road to a Champion

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After the 2011 lockout, some doubted whether this NBA season would ever happen. However, we are in the mix of an exciting, and bloody playoff battle in the East, and we are on the eve of possibly one of the most exciting Western Conference Finals in recent memory. The Playoffs are where legends live and die, and even with a shortened season that has lead to many rough injuries that even superstars like Derrick Rose could not avoid, this season is no different.

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