Who are the worst floppers: Basketball or soccer players?

Some of the most skilled athletes in the world play soccer or basketball, but sometimes otherworldly skills aren’t enough. Players of both sports employ flopping, which many fans believe is an unsportsmanlike tactic used by cowards. Soccer has a notorious reputation for giving the impression that any contact is somehow a life-threatening injury, but basketball players are giving soccer athletes a...
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Would Pelé still be as dominant if he played today?

Some consider Brazilian legend Pelé the greatest soccer player of all time. Many feel with his impeccable instincts and scoring touch, he would have flourished in the modern era of soccer. Still, with defenses becoming more intricate and players becoming more athletic, there are some who would doubt the dominance of Pelé in today's game. What do you think? ⚽
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More embarrassing Phil Mickelson U.S. Open moment: Winged Foot or Shinnecock Hills?

Phil Mickelson was charged a two-stroke penalty for hitting a moving ball at the U.S. Open, ruffling the feathers of golf fans. Mickelson hasn't had a lot of luck at the U.S. Open, the only major tournament he hasn't won. One of his worst moments was melting down at Winged Foot's 18th hole, well in position to win the tournament. Still, seeing Phil hit a moving ball like a four-year-old at a...
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Was it wrong for Landon Donovan to root for Mexico?

USA Soccer legend Landon Donovan supported hated-rival Mexico before the country's big win against Germany, igniting a firestorm of angry Twitter responses from USMNT fans. USA vs. Mexico is one of the fiercest rivalries in the world. To many, a USMNT player rooting for Mexico is the ultimate betrayal. However, the United States isn't in the World Cup and rooting for your neighbor, especially in...
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Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin: Who wins the rematch?

Let's try this again. After canceling a May 5 rematch due to two failed drug tests from Canelo Alvarez, HBO announced Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin will square off in the ring for a rematch on September 15. Alvarez is the younger fighter and hungry to avenge the loss he suffered late last year. But Golovkin won the last match to most observers, despite the official split draw result. He also has...
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Which team is a better fit for Kawhi Leonard: Knicks or Lakers?

Kawhi Leonard is reportedly unhappy in San Antonio, opening up a whirlwind of trade speculation around the 2014 NBA Finals MVP. Two teams routinely coming up in rumors are the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers. According to reports, the Knicks are the preferred destination for Leonard's personal team of advisors and he would be a star in Madison Square Garden. Still, the Lakers may get Paul...
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Will Rafael Nadal surpass Roger Federer as the greatest tennis player of all time?

With his 11th French Open title, Rafael Nadal retains the second spot on the all-time list of most Grand Slam titles behind Roger Federer. Time is on Nadal’s side—he is only three titles behind Federer, who is four years older. However, Federer is still playing at a high level and could continue to increase his Grand Slam record. What do you think? 🎾
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Who is the Lakers' most valuable young player: Lonzo Ball or Kyle Kuzma?

Los Angeles Lakers’ fans have a lot to be excited about, and a lot of their delight stems from two players who lit it up their rookie seasons—Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma. But who is more valuable? Ball is the wunderkind 20-year-old point guard with an unmatched feel for the game, finishing fourth in rebounding and second in assists among rookies. Kuzma finished second amongst NBA rookies in scoring...
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Will Luis Suarez bite someone at the World Cup?

Luis Suarez is expected to carry Uruguay to glory in the World Cup, but some soccer fans expect him to do more than score goals. Suarez is known as much for his scoring touch as he is for his propensity to bite opponents. Some think it's only a matter of time before he uses his mouth for more than just talking trash. Others think he's learned from his mistakes. What do you think? ⚽
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Do Kyle Kuzma and Lonzo Ball actually hate each other?

Kyle Kuzma and Lonzo Ball have traded shots at one another this offseason. One exchange was so savage, the Los Angeles Lakers reportedly had to step in and tell them both to cool it on the roasts. With both teammates getting personal, there has to be legitimate hate between the two. Still, some think this is just two good friends razzing each other. What do you think? 🏀
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