Best Of The SB Nation Network: May 15, 2012

We have 322 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!

Basketball

-- How the Celtics have made their style of play so "ugly."

-- Glen Davis started out his Orlando Magic tenure terribly, but had a nice close to the season.

-- Using offensive and defensive efficiency to figure out who's title-worthy.

Football

-- Can a change in coaches improve the play of Blaine Gabbert? Big Cat Country has the story.

-- Field Gulls breaks down the Seahawks QB competition for the starting spot, plus other roster battles.

-- Behind The Steel Curtain speaks with free safety Chris Hope.

-- Stampede Blue looks at the two-tight-end offense, and the Colts' moves to implement it.

Hockey

-- Everything you could ever know about the new play-by-play voice of the Minnesota Wild.

-- Is Peter Laviolette's system to blame in Philadelphia?

-- How to conduct a defensive rebuild, via The Copper & Blue.

Baseball

-- AZ SnakePit has the first-hand story of a first date at a Diamondbacks game.

-- McCovey Chronicles considers the idea of signing Melky Cabrera to a long-term deal and compares that hypothetical contract with Aaron Rowand's hot mess of a deal.

-- Federal Baseball has you covered regarding Bryce Harper's first big-league home run.

-- Twinkie Town revisits two frustrating trades the Twins have made.

Soccer

-- Waking the Red attempts to make some sense of the managerial shakeup at Toronto FC.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow's Dallas Winston previews the main event of UFC on Fuel TV 3: Dustin Poirier vs Chan Sung Jung, "The Korean Zombie"

-- MMA Mania's Brian Hemminger interviews Brad Tavares before his UFC on Fuel TV 3 bout.

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