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For years, the Washington Wizards have followed a very specific, low-trajectory narrative arc. Their shorthanded win in Game 3, even if it is their last win of the season, is memorable specifically because it suggests that a different story is possible.

Memphis, The Grizzlies and William Eggleston don’t beg for understanding or acceptance. Why should they?

Gregg Popovich has earned a reputation as the NBA's reigning salt-lord. That he's also gracious in defeat seems more surprising than it is. For Pop, it's always about what he cares about, and what he doesn't.

No playoff series feels quite as unfinished and in flux, or as likely to tip on a thunderbolt of bad luck, as the one between the Cavs and Bulls. This is what makes it worth watching.

It's a NEW DAY for the WWE, and the moments that are making it happen keep piling up.

Converging on a BattleWorld can be a hard thing but if the WWE and comics industry stay the course they are currently on, things may just work out in the end. 

One brave man tries to devise some surfire schemes to stop the most dangerous scorer in the league.

Randy Johnson's first attempt at 300 was rained out, and the second nearly was. But it all turned out all right.

Chicago's battered point guard is enjoying basketball again. It's about time we do the same while watching.

In which the director of Superman once again returns to a classic, mythic theme: a bartender who makes the Golden State Warriors with the help of a ragtag group of circa-1980 stereotypes.