Best Of The SB Nation Network: November 29, 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!


- Wait, is Clarke MacArthur an elite scorer?

- Now, it's time to start judging coaches in the Southeast Division, writes Canes Country.

- St. Louis Game Time thinks Ken Hitchcock is a smart dude.


- GSOM answers the burning question on the minds of all NBA fans: What's up with Reggie Williams?

- LeBron is gone but the NBA talent tree grows new fruit. Fear the Sword checks out some talented Cavs rookies.

- The Dream Shake makes a strong case why the next ten months never happened in Houston.


- The big stories today are coming out of Jacksonville, Big Cat Country covers it all.

- Pride Of Detroit is okay with the Ndamukong Suh suspension.

- The Colts decided to give someone else a try at QB reports Stampede Blue.

- Mile High Report says Broncos fans should just focus on the here and now.


- Lookout Landing has some thoughts on the Mariners' interest in Prince Fielder.

- Fish Stripes takes a reluctant peek at the worst games in Florida Marlins history.

- Pinstripe Alley revisits some of the biggest free agent signings from 2006.

- AZ SnakePit wonders how Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson rank among the best pitching duos ever.

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