The Atlantic Files: Episode 3

The third installment of The Atlantic Files was released late last night as games were being played. One team continues to keep winning, one team continues to keep losing, and the rest stay in a very inconsistent pattern. Host Alex Fischbein (@ThatKidFisch) is back to give you all the news and game outcomes of the

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Society NBA Power Rankings (Week of 11/24)

Are the Toronto Raptors a contender or pretender? After a few weeks of NBA action we’re seeing teams establish themselves early and others are still meshing. Here’s this week’s society NBA power ranking. 1. Toronto Raptors (12-2, Next three: @ ATL, vs. DAL, @ LAL) Toronto has won five in a row, including an impressive road

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Byron Scott will give Kobe Bryant more rest in practice

Lakers head coach Byron Scott plans to rest Kobe Bryant in practice more often. Through 14 games this season, Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is averaging 35.7 minutes per game. Not only is Bryant playing the most minutes per game amongst his Laker teammates, he’s 12th league wide in total minutes played (500.) As

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Timberwolves' Kevin Martin will have wrist surgery

Kevin Martin will undergo surgery on his right wrist on Tuesday. According to Jerry Zgoda of the Minnesota Star Tribune, Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin, who broke his right wrist in a win over the New York Knicks last week, will undergo surgery to repair the injury on Tuesday. Zgoda reports that Martin has chosen to get

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Lakers' Xavier Henry out for season with ruptured Achilles

Xavier Henry will miss the rest of the season. The Los Angeles Lakers have been swimming in a pool of misery ever since the summer, when they missed out on superstars LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony, and acquired Jeremy Lin and Carlos Boozer as constellation prizes. After starting the season 3-11 and losing both Steve Nash

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Carmelo Anthony exits Monday's game vs. Rockets with back spasms

Carmelo Anthony left Monday’s game against the Houston Rockets with back spasms.  New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony, who revealed last week that he has been playing with discomfort in his left knee since the second game of the season, suffered another injury during New York’s 91-86 loss to the Houston Rockets on Monday night. Anthony left

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Dwight Howard and Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony recalls Dwight Howard's hard recruiting efforts this summer

The hottest free agent ticket this past summer (before LeBron decided to opt out) was Carmelo Anthony. The New York Knicks ultimately retained Anthony, which is never mentioned without noting the extra $27 million incentive, but he did make his rounds to several teams. The Chicago Bulls had their visit with Carmelo, as did the

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LeBron James

LeBron James on Cavs struggles: "I stink..I'm not doing my job"

LeBron James on Cavs struggles: “I stink..I’m not doing my job” It hasn’t been a pretty or ideal start for LeBron James with his new Cleveland crew. The Cavaliers are 5-7 to start the season and their early struggles have come from several areas, but LeBron isn’t happy with his individual play during Cleveland’s four-game

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Jimmy Butler

Jimmy Butler: "Hell yeah" Bulls are a championship team

Jimmy Butler: “Hell yeah” Bulls are a championship team The Chicago Bulls are currently 8-5 and tending to several key injuries to Derrick Rose, Pau Gasol, and Taj Gibson. Chicago is one of several teams considered legitimately equipped to represent the Eastern Conference in the NBA Finals. If you ask Bulls shooting guard Jimmy Butler, it’s

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NBA and NFL

NBA-NFL Crossover Part II

Baseball since it’s inception has been America’s favorite past time, but let’s be honest for just a second… Today in 2014, how many of us in this 21st Century- American Society are still captivated by the game of baseball? When we speak about American Sports, two come to the forefront quicker than all others: American

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