Best Of The SB Nation Network: September 17, 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!


-- Hot Hot Hoops follows up the big news that Josh Harrellson signed with the Heat with a fantastic analysis of how he can help the NBA Champs repeat.

-- Ever wonder how the Utah Jazz wing players got their points? Mystery solved.

-- The magnificent destruction of the Maloof's reputation (with charts and graphs).


-- Brew Crew Ball was on site in Appleton to greet the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and congratulate them on their Midwest League Championship.

-- Baseball Nation wonders if the Dodgers already regret the big trade they made with the Red Sox last month that brought Josh Beckett, Adrian Gonzalez, and Carl Crawford to Los Angeles.

-- AZ SnakePit analyzes the intentional walks the Diamondbacks have received and handed out this season.

-- Camden Chat has the past week's player performance for the fighting-for-first-place Orioles.


-- Who's the best team in the Eastern Conference? Hot Time In Old Town makes a compelling case that it's the Chicago Fire.

Combat Sports

-- Bloody Elbow's Steph Daniels has an amazing 2 part interview with UFC fighter Dan Hardy:

Part 1: Dan Hardy Gives Extremely Detailed Account Of His Psychadelic Ayahuasca Experience

Part 2: 'I Would Love To Coach TUF Just To Make A Last Stand For The Reputation Of MMA'

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