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Newsworthy? Not really, but this stuff is interesting as long as Eva sticks with Tony Parker. Eva Longoria tops Maxim’s seventh annual “Hot 100″ list of the most successful women in film, TV, music, sports and fashion for the second year in a row. “I was actually really shocked last year when I made the list,” said the 31-year-old Longoria, who ranked No. 91 on the 2004 roster. “So 91…

36 points12 rebounds12-12 from the field at one point, tying the record4 assists3 blocks Tim Duncan, MVP.

I know there are people out there reading this who think they’re Spurs fans. You go to some games, you own a Spurs shirt or two and maybe even a jersey, you cheer good plays, you read some articles. (And you obviously haven’t taken the SpursDynasty Purity Test.) Let me break this to you gently: If the Spurs are eliminated from the playoffs tonight by the _allas motherfucking Mavericks, it’s…

Ok, so Peter Vecsey’s column in today’s New York Post (“

While I work on the mother of all posts (to be posted later today), I thought it would be appropriate to share this pre-SpursDynasty missive, written during last year’s Finals, after the Spurs had their asses handed to them twice in a row. It’s been altered to reflect the current target of an imminent Spurs bitchslap: It is time to represent as you have never represented before, people. Wear black…

Either that, or we have a plagiarist in our midst. On April 17, Mark Cuban wrote on his site, blogmaverick.com: A team loses last years MVP of the NBA.Then it loses its 2nd leading scorer to a division rival.Its coach is in his first year as an NBA coach.The team is successful in turning its approach to the game around 180 degrees from offense first, to defense first.Four of its…

It was a great game last night … Should Dallas win again, fans might be disappointed to see the series end. Expectations have been building since it became obvious in December this would be a second-round matchup, and four games later it’s close to being a classic. This was the third one decided at the end, the first that required overtime. It’s been exhilarating to watch the two best teams…

Last year I read an interesting book by James Surowiecki, “The Wisdom of Crowds.” In it, he offers an accessible, entertaining “introduction to applied behavioral economics and game theory”: If four basic conditions are met, a crowd’s “collective intelligence” will produce better outcomes than a small group of experts, Surowiecki says, even if members of the crowd don’t know all the facts or choose, individually, to act irrationally. “Wise crowds”…

I’m appropriately ashamed. But as of today, Bramlet’s back, bitches.

The Spurs lost game 2, and it wasn’t close. Watch for the recovery, after several days of rest, to be a fierce rally in this series. I’m wagering dollars-to-donuts on this one. The Spurs will be well rested and make crucial adjustments, as well as play with a passion that will be terrible for the Mavs to behold. Seriously. Would you want to face the Spurs in Game 3?