Best Of The SB Nation Network: September 9, 2010

We have 277 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all today we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!


- With the arrest of new Laker Matt Barnes, Silver Screen and Roll looks at morality in sports.

- Clips Nation recaps the Team USA win over Russia in the 2010 FIBA World Championships.

- Posting and Toasting is happy Team USA won but focuses on new Knick big man, Russian Timofey Mozgov.


- Big changes in Miami recently has the normally optimistic Phinsider worried.

- Buffalo Rumblings chats with Jim Kelly about the new-look Bills.

- Over at Big Blue View, they're discussing the Giants 2009 draft, which looks like a full-on disaster.

- A Vikings fan chronicles her thoughts on the Saints/Vikings re-match at Daily Norseman.


- Western College Hockey Blog breaks down the goalies of the WCHA.

- Lighthouse Hockey looks at the "Barely-Landers," those impact players who barely played for the Islanders.

- Who's the better shooter - Ilya Kovalchuk or Jody Shelley?

College Sports

- The California Golden Blogs provide an excellent breakdown of their Saturday opponent Colorado.

- Crimson and Cream Machine scouts Florida State QB Christian Ponder.

- EDSBS makes the picks for college football's week two action.

- Rocky Top Talk explains in brilliant detail why Chip Kelly's Oregon offense is so explosive.


- The Cubs stink and their attendance situation isn't as rosy as they had hoped. Bleed Cubbie Blue lays out the facts.

- Yea, the Red Sox have a master plan. And it's already in full effect. Or something.

- R.I.P. the 2010 St. Louis Cardinals. Viva El Birdos says they are who we thought they were.

- The Mets are well out of playoff contention, but there are still some ways for fans to keep their interest in the games. Amazin' Avenue has a few of them.

Combat Sports

- Cage Side Seats remembers MMA's historic summer of 2010.

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