Nobody Listens To Worf [COMIC]

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One player that has not been able to get on track this season has been versatile forward Lamar Odom of the Dallas Mavericks.

However, Mark Cuban is wary of buying out Odom knowing that contenders will snatch him up and he could come back to haunt Dallas once again as a foe possibly in the postseason. Since the chances of something like this happening are possible, the Mavericks could look to ride out the remainder of the season with Odom on their roster and look to move him in the offseason depending on how free agency goes.

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Where do you think your state falls on the list?

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San Diego Chargers beat writer Kevin Acee is very tentatively reporting that offensive lineman Kris Dielman is leaning towards retirement. 

Dielman’s decision also affects the Chargers’ priorities heading into the draft.  With Dielman, Louis Vasquez and Tyronne Green all under contract the Chargers could have waited until later in the draft to add depth.  With Dielman’s departure, the team would have to seriously consider taking an offensive guard in the first few rounds. …

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If you’ve checked any hockey source within the last week, it seems Rick Nash has a new “likely” destination every day.

His Dwight Howard-esque trade talk is a cancer that is affecting every team. Aside from the fact that the NHL is full of classy players and Nash is the only one not talking about himself, the Dwight Howard style of trade talk simply promotes himself to only the good teams with good players—and it, like Nash, changes every day.

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Honest Oscar Titles: 2012

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Vitali Klitschko vs. Dereck Chisora is a violent heavyweight world championship match guaranteed to spill blood this Saturday, Feb. 18 in Germany.

Everyone has been asking if Klitschko can be beaten by anyone currently fighting in the heavyweight division, maybe Chisora has an answer. Prepare to find out right here to get the round-by-round results.

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