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  1. NBA players' protection from unions and contracts leave little ro...

    Howard Bryant

    To be an NBA coach is to be stepped on, cursed at, stared down -- that is, when you're not being flat-out ignored. In ESPN The Magazine, Howard Bryant writes about the difficulty NBA coaches have in demanding accountability from their players.

    Story | Conversation | December 05, 2012
  2. Boston Red Sox swoon a product of sustained MLB success

    Howard Bryant

    Sooner or later, the Red Sox balloon was bound to burst. No franchise could be expected to sustain such a draining and taxing regimen for so long a time.

    Story | Conversation | April 18, 2012
  3. MLB -- A classless end to Red Sox's greatest glory

    Howard Bryant

    The Red Sox were able to break away from past failings to build a championship franchise. But it took only one month to allow ego, pettiness and division to tear down their greatest run of success.

    Story | Conversation | October 13, 2011
  4. Theo Epstein should be held accountable for the Red Sox collapse

    Howard Bryant

    It's time for a good long look at what Theo Epstein has wrought in Boston in the wake of the Red Sox's September collapse. One writer says the view isn't pretty.

    Story | Conversation | October 06, 2011
  5. David Ortiz of the Boston Red Sox stands firm in the belief his s...

    Howard Bryant

    The home runs are nonexistent and the batting average is embarrassing, but David Ortiz stands firm in the belief that we are not witnessing the decline and fall of Big Papi.

    Story | Conversation | May 11, 2009
  6. Francona has earned his lofty spot in Red Sox history

    Howard Bryant

    Terry Francona has outlasted the legendary Boston star system to quietly become the most successful manager in the history of the Red Sox.

    Story | Conversation | October 14, 2008
  7. Francona becomes voice of retro Sox

    Howard Bryant

    Amid an era in which the GM has become a franchise's dominant figure, the Red Sox have gone retro, allowing manager Terry Francona to be the voice.

    Story | Conversation | August 29, 2007