Best Of The SB Nation Network: December 6, 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 Lakers are exploring both Chris Paul AND Dwight Howard. Silver Screen and Roll explores the strategic options.

- Clips Nation was at the Clippers' training center where Blake Griffin is just as awesome as ever.

- With the NBA season ramping up, Golden State of Mind has an advanced stats primer.


- The bad news for Ndamukong Suh keeps rolling in reports Pride Of Detroit.

Cat Scratch Reader notes two more Panthers defenders hit IR, the defense is a M.A.S.H. unit.

- It's official, the Redskins lose two players to suspension, Hogs Haven discusses.

- Should the Dolphins fire or keep Tony Sparano? The Phinsider is running the poll.


- Baseball Nation has the latest on a malcontent Hanley Ramirez, who doesn't want to move to third base now that the Marlins have signed shortstop Jose Reyes.

- DRaysBay wonders what's up with Wade Davis.

- South Side Sox starts talking about the rebuilding process in Chicago.


- Pensburgh wonders why the CONSOL Energy Center has been so quiet lately.

- What if the NHL season ended today, and the new alignment was in place? Winging It In Motown takes a look.

- Anaheim Calling on the Ducks and realignment.


- Waking the Red does a little Q&A with Toronto FC homegrown player Matt Stinson.

Combat Sports

- Headkick Legend interviews Miguel Torres.

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