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Nate Robinson joins Nuggets
Nate Robinson is packing his travel bags for the seventh time in his eight-year NBA career after signing with the Denver Nuggets. This change comes after playing in a career-high 82 games for the Bulls last season in which he averaged 13.1 points in the regular season and a thrilling 16.3 points in the postseason. The Nuggets could use a spark plug, having lost in the playoffs in the first round four years in a row. In addition to signing Robinson, Denver has a new head coach in Brian Shaw as well as a new general manager. Will all the moves pay off?
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Would you play in Greece if you could make twice as much money?
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Fans demonstrate daily how much they hate rival teams and fans. And then come the All-Star games, during which the guys are buddy-buddy.
Is Randy Moss responsible for Matt Cassel's success?
The Chiefs are going to pay their new quarterback more than $60 million over six years, expecting him to be more than a one-season wonder.
And our final question
An 11-3 record wasn't enough to get the 42-year-old knuckleballer into the game, even though his first All-Star appearance might also be his last. Should he have gotten a chance?
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