Best Of The SB Nation Network: November 22, 2011

We have 317 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!

Basketball

- Another NBA lockout casualty: Hip-Hop.

- J.R. Smith suffered a scary knee injury playing in China but turned out fine. His fight with his Chinese team however, is not over.

- Hard to believe a company built on selling magic magnetic bracelets wouldn't survive. Will they drag down the Kings with them?

Football

- Baltimore Beatdown gives their take on the Har-Bowl taking place Thursday night.

- Niners Nation chimes in on the Har-Bowl.

- Mile High Report comments on the release of Kyle Orton.

- Hogs Haven is battling through the Redskins' disaster season.

Baseball

- Bluebird Banter talks about the problem with awards in the wake of the BBWAA giving the AL MVP to someone other than Jose Bautista.

- South Side Sox examines the new collective bargaining agreement and its impact on the White Sox: Part 1 and Part 2.

- MLB Bonus Baby also analyzes the new CBA, in this case from an amateur draft perspective.

- Amazin' Avenue makes the case for Bobby Valentine... to manage the Red Sox.

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