Best Of The SB Nation Network: July 3, 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!


-- A lot of observers are scratching their heads at the Jazz trade for Marvin Williams, but Jazz fans give top grades to Utah GM Kevin O'Connor.

-- The Clippers need an upgrade at shooting guard, here's some free agent options.

-- Raptors HQ turns on the video camera to discuss the strong possibility of Steve Nash playing in Toronto.


-- Canal Street Chronicles isn't ready to hand Drew Brees a blank check in negotiations for a long-term deal.

-- Bufalo Rumblings brings up a former Bills player who might have been a pioneer in protection from concussions.

-- Dawgs By Nature tries to sort out the Browns QB situation.

-- Field Gulls offers the early guide to the NFL coaching hot seat.


- The Derek Roy trade marked the end of an era in Buffalo, writes Die By The Blade.

- The Cannon has more thoughts on new Blue Jacket Nick Foligno.

- Five For Howling on the Coyotes' search for a new top winger.


-- Eric Avila has long been a player many saw promise in. Waking the Red thinks he's finally coming through.

Combat Sports

-- Bad Left Hook has an Olympic boxing preview.

-- MMA Mania's Brian Hemminger interviews Ivan Menjivar who'll be fighting at UFC 148.

-- Bloody Elbow continues its "Gods of War" series with Anderson Silva as we lead into UFC 148.

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