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Best Of The SB Nation Network: July 20, 2010

We have nearly 250 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all today we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!


- The Twins are just a few games back in the AL Central, and Twinkie Town looks at who could help -- and how much -- as the trade deadline nears.

- Rays first baseman Carlos Pena has been good-to-great in three months this season and positively abysmal in one (May). DRaysBay gives us the breakdown.

- The Orioles may own the worst record in all of baseball, but hey, they've still got Nick Markakis, and Camden Chat says that's nothing to sneeze at.

- Brew Crew Ball tabs Rollie Fingers at #5 on the SBN Wisconsin Hall of Fame nomination list.


- Lakers fans at Silver Screen and Roll weigh in on LeBron's superstar legacy. They should know.

- Clips Nation has video from the second SB Nation vs True Hoop pick-up game.

- Ridiculous Upside wraps up Vegas Summer League.

- Blazers Edge spends some quality time with the Trail Blazers new GM, Rich Cho.


- Lou Lamoriello made a mockery out of the NHL's Collective Bargaining Agreement. Find out how he can keep the 2011-2012 team under the cap.

- The Best NHL'er you've never heard of plies his trade on Long Island. A look at the outstanding Frans Nielsen.

- In keeping with his typical flair for the statistic, Gabe Desjardins figures out which U.S. neighborhoods are most hipster and which ones are the least ironic.

College Sports

- has the schedule for SEC Media Days along with a list of questions that no one will dare ask.

- Rocky Top Talk looks at coaching stability in the SEC. Is turnover good for the league?


- Music City Miracles on the new contract for star RB Chris Johnson.

- Revenge of the Birds says that Cardinals management needs to get Darnell Dockett signed for the long-term.

- Bleeding Green Nation endorses the idea of signing free agent lineman Chester Pitts.

- Buc 'Em tries to predict the future, assuring the Bucs fans the team will be better, but by how much?