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Half a decade ago, the Hardy Boyz were a hot property for WWE. Today, they're working out their Cain and Abel complex in a bizarre, cinematic, totally goofy feud on TNA. It's a win, even if it doesn't sound like one.

Like the Thunder, the Orlando Magic once looked like a rising dynasty powered by a duo of young stars. Then one of the stars bolted, and things fell apart for more than a decade. The parallel might be too close for Thunder fans' comfort.

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Moments after disappearing from the camera’s sight, Dirk picked up a trashcan found in the visitors’ hallway of Oracle Arena, and in a failed attempt to exorcise the burden of defeat that hung on his shoulders, hurled it against a sheetrock wall.

Kyrie Irving brought the sdnobfwevg! on Monday night against the Warriors. This is just what some of us needed.

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