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Author: michael james callaham

Will Anthony Davis leave the Lakers in summer?

The Lakers’ results have been astonishing so far. With 49 wins and 14 losses, Lakers lead the Western Conference and hold the best result after the Milwaukee Bucks in the entire NBA.  The main driver of this fantastic result has been the duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Both of them look in great shape, and the coach Frank Vogel made the team more solid defensively.  However, there are rumors and predictions that Anthony Davis might leave the club at the end of the season even if Lakers manage to win the title and this article will examine...

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The Story of Riki Ellison in the NFL 

Riki Ellison is one of the best-known names in the National Football League. Riki Ellison is the football player from New Zealand and also is the first-ever New Zealander to play in the National Football League and to win the SuperBowl.  Riki comes from a very sporting family. His father, grandfather, and uncle all were football players and were quite successful in their fields. Riki Ellison has a very strong connection with sports, which is very visible in his performance as the sportsman and on the field.  As mentioned before, Ellison’s family definitely had some passion for sports. Tamati...

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Keys to the Game: Packers vs. Vikings

The Green Bay Packers head to Minnesota to visit the Vikings in a Week 12 divisional showdown. These two rivals have met 115 times during the regular season in a series that started in 1961. The Packers hold a 59-52-3 advantage in this series with the two teams playing to a 29-29 tie in Week 2. Minnesota is 5-4-1 on the season while the Packers are 4-5-1. The loser of this game will be all but eliminated from the NFC playoff picture while the winner puts themselves in the thick of the hunt. Here is a look at they key matchups and situations that will determine who wins this NFC North battle Sunday night. 1. Run the Football and Keep Running the Football This remains a recurring problem for the Packers. Last Thursday, the Packers ran the ball enough in the first half and even got the ball to Aaron Jones through the air. In the second half, the Packers only gave Jones five touches and the offense faltered. The Minnesota defense is a solid one and ranks a strong fifth in the league with only 94.8-yards rushing allowed per game. But even if Jones isn’t consistently gaining five or six yards per carry, the Packers cannot afford to abandon the running game. They need to keep the Vikings defense honest and off-balance. In addition, if the running game...

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