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Dollinger watches basketball for a living and is a senior editor on the NBA team. He previously worked at Sports Illustrated.

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Eight Burning Questions Ahead of the 2022 U.S. Open

Rory and JT and LIV, oh my! This year’s U.S. Open could not be coming at a more dramatic time for golf, and the tenor of the tournament on and off the course could make for a wild week.

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Nine Questions Ahead of the 2022 Masters

What can we expect from Tiger Woods? How will world no. 1 Scottie Scheffler hold up under the pressure? And which dark horse could win the whole thing? That and more in our Masters preview.

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Biggest Needs for All 30 Teams in the 2021 NBA Draft

Which prospects should each team target? And which positions need addressing the most? We go team by team to preview each franchise’s to-do list heading into the draft.

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The Top 5 Coaches in the NBA

Who’s the reigning whiteboard maestro? We ranked the best head coaches in the game today.

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NBA Redraftables Reevaluations: The Big Brandon Roy What-If

The best, worst, and Knicksiest moves from the 2006 draft class

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The Top 5 Wings in the NBA

Can any player take Kawhi’s crown? We ranked the best perimeter players in the game today.

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How the Top Player in the Yao Ming Draft Went Ninth

The best, worst, and Knicksiest moves from the 2002 class

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NBA Redraftables: Dirk, the Kandi Man, and the 1998 Draft Class

The best, worst, and Knicksiest moves from a draft that produced multiple Hall of Famers … and one of the worst no. 1 picks of all time

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The Colts Are All In for 2020 With Philip Rivers 

Indianapolis has carefully constructed its roster by drafting wisely and accumulating cap space. But it needed a quarterback to make the leap. Enter the 38-year-old Rivers on a one-year, $25 million deal.

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The Conor McGregor Comeback Tour Will Define the UFC in 2020

McGregor knocked out Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone less than a minute into Saturday night’s fight. Just like that, McGregor is back in control of the sport he once ruled, whether you like it or not.