Denny Hamlin Leads At Dover

Hamlin, above, earned his second straight pole this season. (Photo: examiner.com)

When the field takes the green flag this Sunday for the FedEx 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover, the driver of the number 11 FedEx car, Virginia native Denny Hamlin, will be leading the way after qualifying on pole with a time of 22.788. This is the second straight week that Hamlin has qualified on pole. Continue reading

Heat Pull To Within One Win of NBA Finals

LeBron James, 6, rises up for a shot. (Photo: NBA.com)

Behind a stellar 30 point, eight rebound, and six assist night from LeBron James, the Miami Heat  are now just one win away from earning a spot in the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs after defeating the Pacers 90-79. Continue reading

Summer Reading: A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball

(Photo: Miami Herald)

Through the spring months of 2013, my book of choice was Michael Vicks Finally Free. For the summer, or at least the beginning of it, my sports book of choice belongs to Dwayne Wade.  Continue reading

Philly QB Trusts His Speed Over RG3’s

Do I see a charity football track meet in the near future?!

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As the Redskins Monday Night Football opener inches ever so closer to commence the start of the 2013 season, a delayed saga between two of the best dual-threat quarterbacks in NFL history may finally take place.

The highly anticipated Robert Griffin III-Michael Vick showdown was supposed to tear the house down last year as the two were going to trade highlight reel plays—except that never happened.

Instead, Vick had a front row seat on the sidelines to watch the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year gash Philly’s defense to the tune of 486 yards, six touchdowns, and two wins en route to an NFC East title.

No matter what stats Griffin III puts up, Vick boasts that he can beat him in one category: speed.

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Nats (Finally) Find Some Offense

Adam LaRoche, left, and Tyler Moore, right, celebrate following Moore’s fourth inning homer. (Photo: CSN Washington)

Last night at Nats Park fans got to see two things that they haven’t seen all year, starting pitcher Nathan Karns and the Washington Nationals offense.

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