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#SSsports Chat Highlights 5/4/11

If you missed Wednesday night’s #SSsports Twitter chat, there are some highlights below. And, thanks to @alaskansurveyor, we have an incredible photo of the Delta River riverbed as our #SSsports picture! On Rashard Mendenhall’s controversial tweets regarding 9/11 and Osama bin Laden… @alaskansurveyor: #SSsports True that we shouldn’t celebrate a man’s death. But that has [...]

#SSsports Chat Topics 5/4/11

This is the time of year that we, as sports fans, should really be thankful for. We’re in the midst of the NBA playoffs, the NHL playoffs, and the MLB season is starting to pick up as we head into summer. Thus, this week’s topics make for some interesting fodder. As always, please follow the [...]

#SSsports Chat Highlights 4/20/11

If you missed Wednesday night’s #SSsports Twitter chat, here are some highlights below: On Mike D’Antoni’s playoff coaching… @cagalli_chan: If you want to sell tickets (offense) keep D’Antoni, if you want to win a championship (defense) get someone else. #SSsports @DBYankees1: Game 1, Amare doesn’t see the ball the last 7 pocessions. Inexcusable. No timeouts [...]

#SSsports Chat Topics 4/20/11

This is an exciting week of sports with playoff action, great MLB games, and other nonsense, so let’s dig right in. As always, please follow the chat from the Twitter account @SusanShanChat. There is only one requirement: please hashtag all tweets with #SSsports. To find out more about the chat, click here. Also, be sure [...]

NBA Midseason Review: Awards, Surprises, Playoff Predictions

Guest Post by Bryan Confer, Edited by Susan Shan When I wrote my NBA preseason preview, many things came to mind: a possible Lakers three-peat, Kevin Durant’s potential to improve as a player and whether he could take Oklahoma City to the next level, the Shaquille O’Neal signing with Boston, and obviously, like everyone else, [...]

The Road Back to the NBA Goes Through Boston

I’m not the biggest NBA fan. I lost interest at the turn of the century with the worst draft class in the history of the sport. Oh, yes, you know what I’m talking about. That awful, awful class of 2000 that was headlined by Kenyon Martin and produced such busts like Stromile Swift (No. 2), [...]

#SSsports Chat Highlights for 10/27/10

If you missed Wednesday night’s #SSsports Twitter chat, here are some highlights below: On Miami’s Big Three… @RTiongson: They scored a measly 30 points in the first half against one of the older teams in the league. Troubling? #SSsports @alaskansurveyor: Wade should be the PG. Thats what he played in college. LBJ skipped that party, [...]

Hot Fan: Angela Phillips, NCAA Basketball Player Turned Model

University of Kentucky basketball is a hot topic these days. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that 25-year-old former UK guard Angela Phillips has become a sizzling commodity in the modeling world. The former baller was the starting point guard her first two years at UK before transferring to Indiana St. “My favorite part [...]

Hot Fan: Carie, the Lingerie Football Player

Carie is a 33-year-old electrocardiograph technician in Fort Myers, FL who has coached junior high school boys basketball, junior varsity girls basketball, and girls lacrosse. She also models and acts part-time. But, what Carie really loves to do is play 7-on-7, full-contact, tackle football for the Lingerie Football League’s Tampa Breeze. If you’ve never been [...]

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