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03/26/2015 03:04 PM
Giancarlo Stanton and Jason Heyward hit mirrored bombs in same game

Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton and St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Jason Heyward actually have a lot in common. Both players are former top prospects who play the same position, and both are considered to be rising stars in the game.

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The comparisons continue Thursday, as both players hit nearly identical shots, albeit to opposite fields, in the same game. 

Stanton struck first, taking one out to deep left in the top of the inning.

Heyward then followed that up with a nearly identical homer in the bottom of the first.

Both shots made it the balconies on the buildings behind the field. For what it's worth, both players also have face guards on their helmets. More comparisons! 

For Stanton, hitting bombs is nothing new. This was his second home of the spring, and he appears to be full-go for the regular season. Stanton will look to build off his MVP-caliber 2014 after signing a $325 million deal in the offseason.

Heyward, on the other hand, is hoping to see some offensive improvement this season. There's some hope that a change of scenery will help, as Heyward will be working with a new set of coaches this season. Heyward has put up solid numbers this spring, but this was his first home run of the month. 

The comparisons could extend into the season. If Heyward can regain his old swing, there's a good chance he'll join Stanton as a strong MVP candidate in the National League. 

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03/26/2015 03:54 PM
Vikings sign absolute behemoth Polish tackle from German Football League

There's a template for making it to the NFL: Grow up in the United States watching and playing football, move on to play college football to get noticed, get drafted or signed by a pro team.

It's not often you hear about a story like Babatunde Aiyegbusi.

The Minnesota Vikings signed Aieygbusi, an offensive tackle who played in the German Football League last season, seven days after he got his travel visa to the United States. Aiyegbusi is – are you ready? – 6-foot-9 and 351 pounds. He's the fifth Polish-born player in NFL history. Three of the other four are kickers.

Aiyegbusi never played college football. In 2013 he was playing in the Polska Liga Futbolu Amerykanskiego (the Polish American Football League if you need the translation). But when you're the size of an airport hangar and can move, you're going to get noticed if you're playing football on the moon.

According to an ESPN.com story, agent Jeff Griffin heard about Aiyegbusi from Kevin Curtis, a Texas Tech assistant coach who played safety in the NFL and NFL Europe. Curtis got a YouTube video of Aiyegbusi from a former coach in Europe, but Aiyegbusi couldn't play in college because of his professional experience. So Curtis passed it along to Griffin, and that started Aiyegbusi's journey.

I'll give you all the caveats before you watch this highlight video, that the competition is not what he will see in the NFL and he might be overwhelmed by the speed and size of defensive ends at the highest level and on and on ... but man just look at Aiyegbusi absolutely freaking maul his opponents. Just watch and have a laugh at this guy who looks like he was made on "Madden" push around guys half his size:

Ahhhh, you want more Babatunde highlights, don't you? I know I do:

Can Aiyegbusi (the Vikings say his full name is pronounced bah-BUH-tune-day ah-YEG-boo-see if you're curious, but "Babs" for short) make it in the NFL? Who knows. He's obviously raw.But the 27-year-old obviously showed the Vikings enough in a pro day workout at the University of Texas-San Antonio and a private workout in Minnesota this week to sign him.

He came to the United States on a 22-hour flight, arriving in Sn Antonio at 3:50 a.m. on Sunday, according to the Vikings web site and ESPN.com. Judging by his highlight films, the defensive linemen in Poland and Germany are hoping he makes it in the NFL, just so they never have to deal with him again.

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03/26/2015 03:58 PM
Bob Cousy saves his first Bill Russell comparison in 40 years for Hassan Whiteside

Since retiring from the NBA in 1963 and again after a brief return to action in 1970, Bob Cousy has seen plenty of incredible defensive-minded big men. The 86-year old, who winters in Florida, doesn’t have to hover over NBA League Pass every night to see all manner of rim protectors cabled to him on either national TV, or through local Miami Heat broadcasts.

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Those Heat have had an up and down year, as partially exemplified by the ascension or former journeyman center Hassan Whiteside. And just 41 games into Whiteside’s career with the Heat – that’s half an NBA season – Bob Cousy has seen enough.

In a good way. He's now comparing Whiteside to the legendary Bill Russell. From Bill Doyle at the Telegram & Gazette:

"I have never said this in the 40 years since I retired," Cousy said in a recent telephone interview, "but he is the first big guy, not (Patrick) Ewing, (Hakeem) Olajuwon, Shaq (O'Neal), who reminds me defensively and on the boards of Russell. He runs the floor well, he has excellent timing, he blocks shots and keeps them in play the way Russell did."

What.

"I don't get excited too often about these guys," Cousy said, "but this kid looks to me like a turn-around guy.

"This kid moves to every rebound, he just reacts to everything on the defensive boards and he reacts the way Russell did. He leaves his man and comes over to help. He'll block five or six shots a game and he catches them. The league hasn't caught up with him yet."

Cousy paused for a moment and added, "Maybe I'm overreacting."

And how did Whiteside respond to Cousy possible overreaction?

"That's a great honor," Whiteside said before the Celtics hosted Miami Wednesday. "Everybody knows that Bill Russell is probably one of the best shot blockers that ever lived. That's really a big honor that he thinks of me that way."

Whiteside, suffering from a laceration on his right hand, did not play against the Celtics and will be listed as “questionable” for Friday’s Heat game against the Atlanta Hawks. Like the left-handed Bill Russell, however, Whiteside blocks a goodly chunk of his shots with his left hand.

And, once again, he’s only 41 games into his season with the Heat, he may only finish the campaign with 50 games to his credit and 33 starts due to injury, suspension, and the fact that Miami didn’t even sign the guy until the third week of November, and didn’t play him until Dec. 1.

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After being selected with the 33rd pick in the 2010 NBA draft, the 6-11 center bounced around with the Sacramento Kings, five different D-League clubs, and professional outfits in Lebanon and China prior to finding a home with Miami. Whiteside does have a bit of a problem with his temper, something he’s copped to, but under the guidance of fellow basketball vagabond Michael Beasley the Heat hope to act as the stabilizing force that can turn Whiteside into a perennial All-Star.

Still, Bill Russell?

Blocks weren’t even kept as a statistic during Russell’s Hall of Fame career, and the NBA didn’t even differentiate between offensive and defensive rebounds during his run as the league’s best defender from 1956 through 1969. Still, Boston’s perpetual ranking atop the NBA’s defensive efficiency charts and all manner of black and white game tape show Russell absolutely dominating on that end of the court, acting as a modern NBA player in what was more or less an archaic style of game throughout most of Russell’s career.

As a result of this, and the speed in which the game was played in the 1950s and 1960s (Russell’s 1964 Celtics averaged 125 possessions per game, in comparison to the Golden State’s league-leading 99 possessions per game in 2015), Bill Russell put up some borderline-laughable rebounding numbers in averaging nearly 25 a game one year and 22 per contest on his career. It’s highly conceivable that Russell could have enjoyed some seasons with six or seven blocks per game averages:

How does Whiteside compare?

Not only has the game slowed down, but centers are encouraged to alter shots defensively rather than outright swatting them in the modern era, so as to not leave themselves out of position defensively or on the glass. Whiteside averages “just” 2.5 blocks per game, but he blocks nine percent of the shots taken against his Heat when he is on the floor – that number would lead the league by a wide margin had Whiteside played enough minutes this season, and it would rank him sixth all time in terms of yearly block percentage. Whiteside would fall behind players like Manute Bol and Shawn Bradley on that list, two centers that were asked to swat at just about everything, regardless of defensive positioning.

Whiteside’s defensive positioning allows the Heat to act as an average defensive team when he’s on the court, which doesn’t seem like much until you consider the fact that the Heat’s defensive numbers rank them amongst the worst teams in the NBA on that side of the ball when Whiteside is off the court. Whiteside’s 9.8 rebounds per game wouldn’t even rank him in the NBA’s top this season, but because Whiteside doesn’t lope after every block, the percentage of defensive rebounds and total rebounds he reels in tops the NBA.

“Tops the NBA” if he’d played enough minutes, that is, which is why Bob Cousy admitted to a possible overreaction after spying some of Hassan Whiteside’s 928 total minutes in 2014-15.

For Cousy to laud Whiteside ahead of defensive luminaries such as Hakeem Olajuwon, Dennis Rodman, David Robinson, Nate Thurmond, Kevin Garnett, Dikembe Mutombo or Ben Wallace? Don’t dismiss the Hall of Famer.

It’s a small sample size, and Whiteside has disappointed before, but the 25 year old has the potential to be a destructive force on the defensive end for another decade. His offensive game is limited to put-backs and lobs at this point and he barely makes half his free throws, but Whiteside has nailed 61 percent of his shots with the Heat (in a different era, Russell’s top career mark is 46.7 percent) and is far from a liability on that end in averaging nearly double-figure points in just 22 minutes a contest.

Bob Cousy may be overreacting, and perhaps he should have credited some centers from previous eras prior to 2015, but Bob Cousy also knows a stud when he sees him. If Hassan Whiteside can continue at his current rate, leading the NBA in both block and rebound percentage at unprecedented levels, he will most certainly have earned those comparisons to the great Bill Russell.

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03/26/2015 04:33 PM
Ten things we want at Sabres vs. Coyotes NHL Draft Tank-a-palooza

The Buffalo Sabres and the Arizona Coyotes meet in Buffalo on Thursday night, in what is somehow simultaneously the most important and least important game of the season. 

The Sabres are last in the NHL at 47 points in 73 games; the Coyotes have 52 points in 74 games and are second-to-last. The one who finishes in the basement is assured of getting super prospects Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel. The other one … not so much.

These crazy kids meet again on Monday in Glendale, too. So in honor of this unprecedented mini-series between the two draft lottery darlings, we present The 10 Things We Want To See At The Sabres vs. Coyotes Tank-a-palooza, because everything sounds fun when you add “palooza” to it. Shameless written in the style of a Buzzfeed listicle! 

And here … we … go.

10. Instead of the national anthem, have the singer belt out Tom Petty’s “Even The Losers Get Lucky Sometimes.”

9. Play a prerecorded message from Connor McDavid explaining how honored he is that both teams would sacrifice so much to have him join their team, and how both franchises are unique snowflakes and how they’re both beautiful in their own way.

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8. Play a prerecorded message from Jack Eichel in which he says “BUFFALO I’M COMMIN’ FOR YOU” before pounding a Bud Light.

7. Two words: Tank Zamboni.

6. The arena plays the home team’s goal song when the visiting team scores, allowing fans to celebrate their team getting pushed closer to defeat.

5. The arena plays the Debbie Downer sad trombone when the home team scores, matching the emotions of the fans. We’ll also accept the music they play when a contestant loses on “The Price Is Right.”

4. Iso-cams on Tim Murray and Don Maloney at all times, so we can watch them react when their best-laid plans for abject failure are scuttled by someone with the nerve to “try their best.”

3. During the home team’s power play, they just pass the puck around for two minutes without firing anything at the net, creating the first documented instance in which fans scream “DON’T SHOOOOOOOOOOOOT!” during a man advantage.

2. A Patrick Kaleta own goal or a Mike Smith butt-goal.

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1. Pull both goalies in the first minute and keep both nets empty the entire game. The NHL record for combined goals in a game is only 21! Hey, if you’re playing a game no one wants to win, might has well make it worthwhile...  

 

 

 

 

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03/26/2015 04:33 PM
Ten things we want at Sabres vs. Coyotes NHL Draft Tank-a-palooza

The Buffalo Sabres and the Arizona Coyotes meet in Buffalo on Thursday night, in what is somehow simultaneously the most important and least important game of the season. 

The Sabres are last in the NHL at 47 points in 73 games; the Coyotes have 52 points in 74 games and are second-to-last. The one who finishes in the basement is assured of getting super prospects Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel. The other one … not so much.

These crazy kids meet again on Monday in Glendale, too. So in honor of this unprecedented mini-series between the two draft lottery darlings, we present The 10 Things We Want To See At The Sabres vs. Coyotes Tank-a-palooza, because everything sounds fun when you add “palooza” to it. Shameless written in the style of a Buzzfeed listicle! 

And here … we … go.

10. Instead of the national anthem, have the singer belt out Tom Petty’s “Even The Losers Get Lucky Sometimes.”

9. Play a prerecorded message from Connor McDavid explaining how honored he is that both teams would sacrifice so much to have him join their team, and how both franchises are unique snowflakes and how they’re both beautiful in their own way.

Via The Sports Junkies

8. Play a prerecorded message from Jack Eichel in which he says “BUFFALO I’M COMMIN’ FOR YOU” before pounding a Bud Light.

7. Two words: Tank Zamboni.

6. The arena plays the home team’s goal song when the visiting team scores, allowing fans to celebrate their team getting pushed closer to defeat.

5. The arena plays the Debbie Downer sad trombone when the home team scores, matching the emotions of the fans. We’ll also accept the music they play when a contestant loses on “The Price Is Right.”

4. Iso-cams on Tim Murray and Don Maloney at all times, so we can watch them react when their best-laid plans for abject failure are scuttled by someone with the nerve to “try their best.”

3. During the home team’s power play, they just pass the puck around for two minutes without firing anything at the net, creating the first documented instance in which fans scream “DON’T SHOOOOOOOOOOOOT!” during a man advantage.

2. A Patrick Kaleta own goal or a Mike Smith butt-goal.

Or …

1. Pull both goalies in the first minute and keep both nets empty the entire game. The NHL record for combined goals in a game is only 21! Hey, if you’re playing a game no one wants to win, might has well make it worthwhile...  

 

 

 

 

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