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Patrick Peterson or Morris Claiborne ?

Peterson had an ok rookie season mostly as a returner though as a corner he was good but I think a lot of people thought he could do better & expected a bit more. Claiborne was the next man up after Peterson was drafted into the NFL & he had a great season in college as a starter like Peterson so I'm just wondering will his rookie year he better that Peterson's & who do you think will turn out to be the better corner later on on their careers? http://www.mrjerse ys.com/category-12 8-b0-NFL+Jerseys.h tml  (Jun 7, 2012 | post #1)

NHL Hockey

Devils will win series 4-3?

The kings are all arrogant players and dont deserve to win especially when kopitar said hes better than gretzky http://www.mrjerse ys.com/category-11 0-b0-New+Jersey+De vils.html  (Jun 7, 2012 | post #1)

NHL Hockey

New Jersey Devils stay alive with 3-1 victory

The Los Angeles Kings will have to wait at least three more days for another shot at becoming true hockey royalty after Adam Henrique kept New Jersey Devils(New Jersey Devils Jerseys) alive in the Stanley Cup final. His late goal secured a 3-1 victory for the Devils in Game 4 on Wednesday. The New Jersey rookie, who scored in overtime to end the Eastern Conference final, showed poise in kicking the puck up to his stick before beating Jonathan Quick high at 15:29 of the third period. http://www.mrjerse ys.com/category-13 1-b0-NHL+Jerseys.h tml  (Jun 7, 2012 | post #1)

NBA Basketball

Oklahoma City Thunder beat the San Antonio Spurs 107-99

Kevin Durant scored 34 points as the Oklahoma City Thunder(Oklahoma City Thunder Jerseys) beat the San Antonio Spurs 107-99 for the fourth straight time on Wednesday night, putting the franchise in the NBA finals for the first time since the then-Seattle SuperSonics reached in 1996. It was the Thunder¬ís fourth straight victory in this series for the Thunder, who faced a 2-0 deficit after dropping Games 1 and 2 in San Antonio. The Spurs finished the regular season with a 50-16 record, tied for the best in the NBA and worth the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference. http://www.mrjerse ys.com/category-12 9-b0-NBA+Jerseys.h tml  (Jun 7, 2012 | post #1)

Major League Baseball

Harper sends Nats home winners in 12

The Mets made one thing clear to the Nationals on Tuesday night: They are going to be tough to deal with in the National League East. But Washington prevailed, 7-6, on a walk-off single by Bryce Harper in the 12th inning at Nationals Park. The Nationals were down, 6-5, when they rallied in the 12th against reliever Elvin Ramirez. With no outs, Ian Desmond doubled to left field, scoring Michael Morse, who led off the frame with a double. Four batters later, the bases were loaded, and Harper hit an 0-2 pitch to left field, scoring Jesus Flores. Zimmermann was given a 3-0 lead after five innings -- all of the runs coming against Mets right-hander Chris Young. In the third inning, Harper drove in the first run of the game when he singled to left field, scoring Danny Espinosa. Two innings later, Washington scored two more runs. With runners on first and second, Ryan Zimmerman singled up the middle scoring Zimmermann. On the same play, Steve Lombardozzi scored on an error by shortstop Omar Quintanilla to make it a 3-0 game. But the Mets would make it a one-run game in the top of the sixth inning off Zimmermann. Jordany Valdespin and David Wright both homered The Nationals' bullpen has been solid all year, but it had a hiccup on this day. With a 3-2 lead going into the top of the eighth inning, the Washington bullpen couldn't hold it. With runners on first and second and one out, Andre Torres doubled to center field, scoring Valdespin and Scott Hairston to give the Mets a one-run lead. But the Nationals would tie the score at 4 in the bottom of the inning off Frank Francisco. With two outs, Desmond singled to right field, scoring Zimmerman. Desmond ended up driving in three runs in the game. http://www.mrjerse ys.com/category-13 0-b0-MLB+Jerseys.h tml  (Jun 6, 2012 | post #1)

NHL Hockey

Giroux wins Wanamaker Athletic Award

So how good a run through the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs did Philadelphia Flyers center Claude Giroux have? He hasn't played since May 6, had surgery on both wrists, got the casts off and still no one has scored more goals in the postseason than the eight he had in his 10-game playoff run. His 17 points remained the best in the League until New Jersey's Ilya Kovalchuk passed him in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. He's still tied for third, with only Kovalchuk and Los Angeles' Anze Kopitar having more -- by just one point. Giroux was honored Tuesday by the Philadelphia Sports Congress with the Wanamaker Athletic Award, given annually since 1961 to the athlete, team or organization that has done the most to reflect credit upon Philadelphia and to the team or sport in which they excel. He's only the third individual Flyers player to win the award, following Bobby Clarke in 1974 and Bernie Parent in 1975. The award was presented during a luncheon at the Crystal Tea Room inside the historic Wanamaker Building. http://www.mrjerse ys.com/category-13 1-b0-NHL+Jerseys.h tml  (Jun 6, 2012 | post #1)

NHL Hockey

Radulov not in Nashville's plans

It appears Alex Radulov's days with the Nashville Predators are coming to a close. Predators general manager David Poile told The Tennessean on Tuesday that he's hoping to trade Radulov's rights to another NHL team or allow him to return to the Kontinental Hockey League. Radulov left Nashville for the KHL in 2008, but returned to the Predators in late March. He had six points (one goal, five assists) in eight Stanley Cup Playoff games. Radulov got off to a tremendous start in his return to Nashville, as he tallied five points in the club's five-game series victory against the Detroit Red Wings in the first round. But a curfew violation by Radulov and teammate Andrei Kostitsyn resulted in a suspension for both players for Game 3 during the Western Conference Semifinals against the Phoenix Coyotes. The Predators went on to lose that second-round series in five games. The New York Post reported Saturday night that Rangers general manager Glen Sather has been in contact with Poile regarding Radulov, who is set to become a restricted free agent. The Rangers are expected to begin next season without Marian Gaborik, who is out up to six months after undergoing shoulder surgery.  (Jun 6, 2012 | post #1)

NBA Basketball

If BOS wins NBA Finals, does the big 3 remain intact?

As in, the original big three, PP/KG/Ray? I sure hope so! They can compete for 3-4 more years, just wait till Jeff Green comes back! Then JaJuan Johnson becomes an allstar next year. They got a good 3-4 more years ahead of them. All of their games are not predicated on athleticism, so they can do it IMO http://www.mrjerse ys.com/category-12 9-b0-NBA+Jerseys.h tml  (Jun 6, 2012 | post #1)

NBA Basketball

Do you think the Spurs are done?

I started a bet with my co worker before the series began on the Spurs vs OKC. And obvi I'm going for the Spurs. The bet is only five bucks though, no big deal. But do you think they are done? Or do you think they have the ability to make a come back at OKC tomorrow? I honestly thought the Spurs were beast-team-fundame ntal type of team and were, for the most part, unstoppable. But it seems that the Thunder have stepped it up big time. [url=http://www.mr jerseys.com/catego ry-129-b0-NBA+Jers eys.html][b]nba swingman jerseys[/b][/url]  (Jun 6, 2012 | post #1)