The Clog

This Thanksgiving, remember America's foremost placekicking family with a series of videos paying homage to Luis Zendejas, radical abstract minimalism, and (spoiler alert) Paul Rodriguez.

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After the worst season in the history of high-level organized basketball, the 2012-2013 Charlotte Bobcats have been able to competently compete in the Eastern Conference. How it happened and whether or not it is sustainable are entirely different questions. 

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In our penultimate survey on the origins of NBA players, we follow Jimmy Dolan (Kevin Bacon's Jimmy Dolan NOT JD and The Straight Shot's Jimmy Dolan) on a trip abroad, looking at where international players come from, how much they make, and why, for crissakes, are they so darn tall!

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Marlins fans might be having a difficult time getting motivated for next season. Luckily for them, the team's new left fielder Juan Pierre is here to help. Let's get psyched, everyone!

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In the sixth installment of our ongoing series on Bob Hope's college football "zingers", we enter The Hope Dojo in the year 1983. It's a stacked year  that includes future Hall of Famers Reggie White and Steve Young, transcendent athletes like Bo Jackson and a teaser for next week's A VERY ZENDEJAS THANKSGIVING (we're not kidding about that). 

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A disappointing vote for some, but one that has historical precedent. 

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Following Zlatan Ibrahimović's spaced-out wondergoal against England, the world once more wonders: what is the best strike in soccer history?

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In this installment, we’ll look at which schools do the best job of getting the best players. We're on a nationwide campus tour with the 404 current NBA players that actually went to college in the U.S. and the 126 colleges they went to.

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A close, but ultimately expected result with regards to both awards.

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You may not have noticed -- as you are likely not 80 years old -- but basketball, like the rest of the country, has slowly moved west over the past 50 years. And it's not just the West that's producing more players, as the football producing states of the South now seem to be exporting more cagers than ever before. What does this all mean and where does it all end? We're sure we'll figure it out. 

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