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  1. Recruiting notebook: Under Armour game

    Tom Van Haaren

    Orlando, FLA. -- The first day of practice at the Under Armour All-America game went smoothly as the players transitioned into work mode. The recruits got the chance to build chemistry with their teammates and learn the playbooks for the actual game....

    Blog | December 29, 2014
  2. NBA - How does Rajon Rondo fit with Dallas Mavericks?

    Bradford Doolittle

    Following the Mavericks-Celtics trade on Thursday that sent Rajon Rondo to Dallas, Bradford Doolittle projects how the point guard will fit in with his new team and what obstacles exist.

    Story | Conversation | December 19, 2014
  3. Up close with Texas hoops

    Fran Fraschilla

    The Texas Longhorns struggled through a 2012-2013 season that saw them miss their first NCAA tournament under coach Rick Barnes since he took over in 1998. Poor team chemistry led to the exodus of his four leading scorers to professional basketball a...

    Blog | October 16, 2014
  4. Chemistry the culprit in Detroit?

    Joe Kaiser

    To say that the Detroit Pistons underachieved this season would be a massive understatement. The offseason additions of Josh Smith and Brandon Jennings were supposed to make the Pistons one of the most exciting teams in the league, but things star...

    Blog | April 18, 2014
  5. NFL - New York Jets can challenge for AFC East title in 2014

    Chris Sprow

    Chris Sprow writes that because of the addition of Michael Vick and some new skill-position weapons, the Jets can legitimately challenge for the AFC East title -- because Rex Ryan fielding an elite defenses is one of the NFL's constants.

    Story | Conversation | April 04, 2014
  6. MLB division previews based on formula for clubhouse chemistry --...

    Jeff Phillips

    For ESPN The Magazine's MLB Preview Issue, experts built a fancy algorithm that measures clubhouse chemistry. The result? The Rays should ready themselves for lots of Champagne showers come October.

    Story | Conversation | March 20, 2014
  7. Can Kyrie Irving, Dion Waiters coexist?

    Nick Borges

    That question has been asked by the media on a few occasions and each time both say they can and are working to improve chemistry on the floor. Once again that is a topic and both are still saying they can coexist on the floor at the same time, even ...

    Blog | February 11, 2014
  8. Ranking the best Olympic special teams

    Craig Custance

    One of the challenges of succeeding in a short tournament like the Olympics is getting immediate success on special teams. Not only do you need to develop chemistry and timing in short order, you also have to quickly straighten out things like termin...

    Blog | January 14, 2014
  9. Gary Neal on the block

    Nick Borges

    The Milwaukee Bucks have struggled this season due to a bunch of injuries and a lack of chemistry between some of the players. A confrontation between Larry Sanders and Gary Neal took place on Saturday and word came out on Tuesday that Neal is being ...

    Blog | January 08, 2014
  10. Top tandems in college basketball

    Fran Fraschilla

    Basketball is a game that obviously relies on both talent and chemistry among the five players on the court. But within that five-man unit, sometimes it's a special link between just two players that can significantly affect that team's performance. ...

    Blog | December 31, 2013
  11. McShay Mock Draft 1.0: Denver Broncos

    ESPN Insider

    The 2013 season has seen Denver turn in one of the most explosive offensive performances in NFL history. With an added season of familiarity and chemistry, Peyton Manning took the passing game to new heights, while a revitalized Knowshon Moreno ancho...

    Blog | December 18, 2013
  12. Defensive pairings less important than forwards?

    Neil Greenberg

    Neil Greenberg breaks down the importance of chemistry between defensive pairings. While its crucial among NHL forwards, his analysis shows it's less important on the defensive end.

    Story | Conversation | November 06, 2013
  13. Behind the forward pairs strategy

    Craig Custance

    NHL history is filled with forward pairs who had chemistry and success together that somehow transcended reality. Bossy and Trottier. Gretzky and Kurri. Hull and Oates. Sedin and Sedin. Play enough with one guy and it becomes second nature. In the c...

    Blog | October 30, 2013
  14. NHL - How the forward pairs strategy sets teams up for success in...

    Neil Greenberg

    How much does the chemistry on forward lines affect performance in the NHL? ESPN Insider Neil Greenberg explains why a certain stat involving forward pairs is more important than full trios.

    Story | Conversation | October 30, 2013
  15. Focus, hard work continue to define Sox

    Buster Olney

    BOSTON -- For the Boston Red Sox, Tuesday was just another day in 2013, with the players and staff scattered all over Fenway Park. Before the workout began just after 5 p.m., Dustin Pedroia stood inside the batting cage, wearing a ski hat and chattin...

    Blog | October 30, 2013
  16. Behind the forward pairs strategy - NHL

    Craig Custance

    Craig Custance looks closer at how pairing forwards together for long periods of time help NHL teams. He speaks with Hall of Famers for reasoning, including Brett Hull and Luc Robitaille.

    Blog | Conversation | October 30, 2013