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Who's Responsible for the NBA's Corner Three Revolution? – Bleacher Report


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Who’s Responsible for the NBA’s Corner Three Revolution?
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The following year, Denver Nuggets guard Voshon Leonard (remember him?) became the first player to ever attempt at least 100 threes from both corner positions. That kind of equal disbursement was something of an oddity as, for some reason, most players …

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Justin Bieber & Orlando Bloom Fight Ends with Classic Passive Aggressive … – Bustle

Justin Bieber & Orlando Bloom Fight Ends with Classic Passive Aggressive
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Cell phone footage shows that Bloom shoved or attempted to shove Selena Gomez’s go-to man before Bieber’s body guard got in the way. Eyewitnesses told TMZ that Bieber ducked one of Bloom’s punches and taunted him by screaming, “What’s up, bitch?

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Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco hits high, low points in camp Wednesday – Baltimore Sun

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco hits high, low points in camp Wednesday
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Ravens guard Marshal Yanda participates in a training camp practice at the Under Armour Performance Center. … He dropped a perfect ball right over Torrey Smith’s shoulder from around 30 yards out in the back right corner of the end zone. Flacco

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Minnesota Vikings Preseason Battles to Watch: SKOL Notes – Guardian Liberty Voice


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Minnesota Vikings Preseason Battles to Watch: SKOL Notes
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It is no secret that in the NFC North division, cover safeties are just as important then a good cover corner, but Minnesota lacked at both positions last year down the stretch. Blanton has the lead so far, but expect Sanford and Sendajo to compete as

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Practice observations: Brandon Browner dominates Kenbrell Thompkins; Jimmy … – Boston Herald


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Practice observations: Brandon Browner dominates Kenbrell Thompkins; Jimmy
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Brady and Brandon LaFell later beat Revis, thanks to Brady’s dime to LaFell in the back right corner of the end zone. Brandon Browner was the … Marcus Cannon got a lot of work at right guard, likely his most at the position during camp. Defensive end
Big, bad Browner and other Wednesday blogservationsPatriots.com (blog)
Making sense of the moving partsESPN

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