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Ankle Sprains: One of the Most Common Sports Injuries for All Ages

Melo or middle school, anyone can be sidelined by an ankle injury.

  Melo or middle school, anyone can be sidelined by an ankle injury. Most athletes are no stranger to a sprained ankle. Though they can be possibly traumatic, often times they seem more like a painful annoyance keeping us from our game. Ankle sprains are more common in sports with increased lateral movement, as in tennis or basketball, but can affect More...

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By Guest On Saturday, December 15th, 2012
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Athlete’s Voices: Essence Carson, Episode 2

This is the DoubleGSports.com Athlete’s Voices column in which local star athletes provide guest posts updating their fans on what they have been up to. Today’s post is from former Rutgers Women’s Basketball More...

Tom Brady led the Patriots to a big win over the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football. (Mandatory Credit: Michael Ivins-USA TODAY Sports)
By Vin D'Anton On Thursday, December 13th, 2012
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NFL Week 15 Power Rankings

Tom Brady led the Patriots to a big win over the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football. (Mandatory Credit: Michael Ivins-USA TODAY Sports) 1. New England Patriots (3): Here we go again; the late surge for the More...

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By Jackie Daly On Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
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Super Bowl Champ to Hand Out Toys to Kids in NYC

  Photo credit: Jim McIsaac This upcoming Tuesday, December 18, NY Giants fullback Henry Hynoski, who has teamed up with Second Chance Toys and Kidville, will be at PS 142 in New York City handing out toys to More...

The northeast is no stranger to playing sports in cold weather.
By Katie Boushie On Friday, December 7th, 2012
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Conquering Cold Injuries

The northeast is no stranger to playing sports in cold weather. Winters in the northeast can be tough, but so are its athletes. Whether you are a year-long runner or biker, skier, snowboarder, or heading into post-season, More...

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By Greg Rappaport On Wednesday, December 5th, 2012
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Big East Men’s Basketball Power Rankings as of December 5, 2012

St. John's currently sits in the middle of the pack in the Big East Power Rankings. Big East Power Rankings: December 5th   1. Syracuse (6-0) – With 6th man James Southerland dropping a career high 35 points More...

Houston Texans are No. 1 in this week's Power Rankings.
By Vin D'Anton On Tuesday, December 4th, 2012
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Week 14 NFL Power Rankings

Week 14 NFL Power Rankings   Houston Texans are No. 1 in this week's Power Rankings.   1. Houston Texans (1): …and the beat goes on. Could come to a halt this week at New England and they don’t More...

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By Guest On Saturday, December 1st, 2012
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Athlete’s Voices: Cappie Pondexter, Episode 2. Working Hard Through the Holidays.

This is the DoubleGSports.com Athlete’s Voices column in which local star athletes provide guest posts updating their fans on what they have been up to. Today’s post is from former Rutgers Women’s Basketball More...

It is very important to take cuncussion symptoms and treatment serious.
By Katie Boushie On Friday, November 30th, 2012
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Use Your Head: Concussion Symptoms and Treatment

It is very important to take concussion symptoms and treatment serious. Concussions have become a mainstay in media discussions, primarily in football and hockey. Although the NHL may be in a lockout, the AHL is More...

Operation Hat Trick raised money for Hurrican Sandy relief funds.
By Susan Zane On Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
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Opposing NHL Fans Unite to Watch Operation Hat Trick Game, Raise Money for Hurricane Relief

Operation Hat Trick raised money for Hurrican Sandy relief funds. Atlantic City, New Jersey - Over the past few months, hockey fans have had little to feel good about. The NHL lockout continues, with games being More...