Best Of The SB Nation Network: May 31, 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!


-- Canal Street Chronicles breaks it all down regarding the Drew Brees contract situation.

-- Age discrimination in the Rams organization under previous head coaching regime? Turf Show Times on the recent lawsuit.

-- Breaking down the Titans' passing scheme by Music City Miracles.

-- Baltimore Beatdown reports from the Ravens' latest OTA sessions.


-- In the Western Conference Finals, Scheme is beating Talent.

-- A Hornets blogger's first profile of Anthony Davis, and it's glowing.

-- The Wizards are in a spot with the 3rd pick that can go several directions.


-- Camden Chat has the details on Nick Markakis heading to the disabled list.

-- Baseball Nation looks at three outfielders who are much, much wealthier now.

-- Athletics Nation describes the spring cleaning of the A's roster which is being undertaken.

-- Amazin' Avenue examines the Mets' starting rotation using a stat called xK%.


-- Nicklas Lidstrom's career in retrospect, via Winging It In Motown.

-- Jewels From The Crown has a statistical breakdown of Stanley Cup Finals Game 1.

-- In Lou We Trust compares Kings and Devils playoff beards.


-- How does it feel to travel 1,300 miles just to watch your team lose to a bunch of amateurs? Hot Time In Old Town finds out.

-- The Goat Parade tries to figure out what's wrong with the U.S. Open Cup and how to fix it.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow's Jack Slack breaks down the striking techniques of Fedor Emelianenko, the Last Emperor and greatest heavyweight in MMA history.

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