Best Of The SB Nation Network: December 15, 2011

We have 316 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!


- The Timberwolves will be awful, and it'll be fun.

- The Chris Paul trade puts the Clippers in entirely unfamiliar positive territory.

- Reflecting on Chris Paul's tenure with the Hornets.


- A long-time veteran, a fan favorite in Minnesota, might be hanging them up after the season, Daily Norseman gives a tribute.

- Cat Scratch Reader has five lessons the Panthers need to learn from the collapse against Atlanta.

- Canal Street Chronicles is tracking Drew Brees's march towards breaking a big-time Dan Marino record.

- Baltimore Beatdown notes the Ravens are better when they play 'small-ball'.


- DRaysBay wonders if maybe the Rays have been too patient at the plate.

- Over The Monster breaks down the Red Sox's bullpen.

- AZ SnakePit takes a look way back at the the players on the 2010 Diamondbacks to see what they're up to now.

- Twinkie Town analyzes the Twins' recent signing of Josh Willingham.


- Pop Off Valve sits down with Phoenix International Raceway president Bryan Sperber to discuss whether the IndyCar Series could return to the track.

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