Best Of The SB Nation Network: Aug. 9, 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!

Football

-- Field Gulls talks about the influence Bill Walsh had on Pete Carroll.

-- Vontae Davis took a beating on Hard Knocks, The Phinsider chronicles his response.

-- Windy City Gridiron delves into the mystery of Brian Urlacher's knee.

Basketball

-- Not-very-helpful advice for each of the Charlotte Bobcats.

-- While in London, the OKC Thunder take a fictional trip to the fictional 'Office.'

-- Digging deep on the play of new Wizard Emeka Okafor.

Hockey

-- If there's an NHL lockout in 2012-13, who should play for the Stanley Cup?

-- To boo, or not to boo? Winging It In Motown chimes in on Sergei Fedorov's return to Detroit.

-- Matchsticks & Gasoline wonders how a work stoppage could affect the Flames' roster.

Soccer

-- Shalrie Joseph left an undeniable mark on the New England Revolution, which The Bent Musket recounts here.

Combat Sports

-- MMA Mania's Brian Hemminger interviews featherweight prospect Lance Palmer.

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