Chris Paul, The Clippers, and What They Deserve


Miguel de la Fuente-lau post mortems the Clippers shocking series loss to the Rockets. And he needs a hug.

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Running Side by Side: A Simple Act of Kindness


In this video that’s sweeping the Internet, Matt Woodrum shows inner strength and heart. His gym teacher and classmates show the beauty of a simple act of human kindness.

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When Is a Free Throw Really an Assist?


Inside Jim Walker’s incredible free throw marathon: one hour every day for twenty four straight days = 20,000+ free throws to benefit the American Cancer Society.

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Bad Decision-Making Is a Pattern with the New York Knicks

FILE - In this Oct. 5, 2014, file photo, Isiah Thomas acknowledges applause from the crowd during a pre-season NBA basketball game between the Toronto Raptors and Sacramento Kings in Vancouver, British Columbia. Thomas has filed paper work for partial ownership of the WNBA's New York Liberty, two people familiar with the situation said Wednesday, May 13, 2015. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Darryl Dyck, File)

When we look at Dolan denying the reality of a sexual harassment trial, we should keep in mind that this behavior fits a pattern. His teams keep doing the same thing over and over again

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: On Greatness


“You can’t win unless you learn how to lose.”  – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ♦◊♦ The Good Men Project’s On Greatness brings you the most inspiring quotes and related imagery from the world of sports. Join us! If you have a favorite sports quote, please send us your submission via email to anyone on the GMP sports team: Mike at […]

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Sports Explained: Your Definitive Guide To The Preakness Stakes and The Triple Crown


Within hours of today’s 140th running of The Preakness Stakes, Sports Explained provides you with all you need to know on The Triple Crown, Kegasus, and racing ponies in the wake of the Baltimore riots.

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Why We Run #23: A Group That Runs Together, Drinks Together (Or Something Like That)


Kase Johnstun says he runs for the camaraderie and honesty that can only be found in the brutality of those long miles together.

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Real or Fantasy, Football Is Now Consumed By Numbers


With the rise of fantasy sports and video games, the way we consume sports is changing, and its focused on statistics more than ever.

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Good Men Project Sports Wants YOU: Calls For Submissions


We’re looking for a few good…contributors to GMPSports features like Why We Run, From the Frontlines…of Sports, Sports Ink, and Sports Explained.

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Shelley Smith, Bald Heads and Living Courageously

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Justin Ricklefs is moved by ESPN’s Shelley Smith, now back on air after a year-long battle with breast cancer, and how she is paving the way for women and families battling this unwelcome disease, including his sister.

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Say What? The #DeflateGate Edition


This week Say What? takes a look at the some of the best quotes surrounding DeflateGate. May 7-13, 2015.

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Sportsmanship Lives #BecauseItsTheCup

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Game 7 is the best event in sports, they say. GMP Sports’ Wai Sallas focuses not only on the play but the players and explains why, when it comes to sportsmanship, we should take a page out of the least popular of the bigtime pro team sports: Hockey.

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Seattle Seahawk, Russell Wilson is … Doing It Right


A class act on the field, in the locker room and out in the public, Russell Wilson is doing it right. ____ “I’m Russell Wilson. I’m a rookie for the Seahawks. I was hoping to set up a weekly visit to the Children’s Hospital.” Since that proclamation, the Seahawks star quarterback makes a weekly visit to […]

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Tom Brady Is a Liar, But So Are We


We live in a culture of lying, and it’s not Tom Brady’s fault, it’s our own. We’ve outgrown integrity.

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Much Ado About Some Things

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, front, and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) part after speaking following the NFL football AFC Championship game Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015, in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots defeated the Colts 45-7 to advance to the Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Something is rotten in New England, and Nate Graziano thinks the Patriots and their fans are protesting far too much.

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Mitch Clark: The Light Within The Dark


Admiring the honesty and courage of AFL club Geelong’s recruit Mitch Clark, David Packman takes a look at the rising specter of depression among professional athletes.

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