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Author: Aaron Eldredge

Tom Clancy, Literary Icon Dies at 66

by | Oct 2, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

Tom Clancy, the literary icon, has passed away at the age of 66. The Baltimore-born Clancy was known for his meticulous attention to detail in his writing, especially concerning military procedure and technology. His 1984 classic “The Hunt for Red October” shot him into the forefront of American military storytelling. Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin […]

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Top 10 Most Valuable Franchises in the NFL

by | Aug 16, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

The Dallas Cowboys top the Forbes NFL Franchise Valuations list for the seventh consecutive year, once again making them the most valuable team in the league. The Cowboys are worth a jaw-dropping $2.3 billion dollars, not bad considering owner Jerry Jones bought the team in 1989 for $150 million.

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Are Professional Athletes The Next Stars of Reality TV?

by | Jul 10, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

The Los Angeles Lakers, in their fevered-pitch to keep superstar NBA center Dwight Howard, apparently included a TV show in their offer. It is now rumored that the Houston Rockets followed suit and included a TV show in their pitch as well. Is this what professional contract negotiations have come to? Should Heat fans start […]

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Why The San Antonio Spurs Will Win Game 7 – NBA Finals 2013

by | Jun 19, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

“If you told us we’d be tied 3-3 with a chance to win a title, we’d sign it …. It’s a great challenge. We know we can beat them here.” Parker told reporters after Miami’s comeback win. The San Antonio Spurs controlled most of that game, they played the game they wanted to play and were within 30 seconds of hoisting another championship trophy. They just couldn’t finish.

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The 2013 NBA Draft has One Future MVP Winner, and His Name is C.J. McCollum

by | Jun 6, 2013 | Entertainment | 0 

Taking all the past MVP winners and breaking down their stats by position shows a general guide to what a player needs to have MVP potential. When you take this year’s draft prospects and compare them there are a few who stand out.

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