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The Persistent Cult of *Arrested Development*

The show was too weird and self-referential to really succeed on network TV, especially in 2003. But times have changed, and now so has television.

May 2013
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My Roger Ebert Story

The first time I was ever published in a book was 1997. It was because I’d found Roger Ebert’s email and asked him a question.

Mar 2010
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The Glass Arm

Inside the art and science (but mostly still art) of keeping pitchers from getting hurt.

Mar 2013
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My Team Is Better than Yours

I know you’ll never love the Cardinals as much as I do.

Oct 2012
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The Anti-D’Antoni

Can Mike Woodson bring peace, and a championship, to the Knicks?

Oct 2012
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Rocket Man

A year ago, nobody knew Jeremy Lin from the Harvard kid in the next cubicle. But now, with a new NBA season about to start, it’s proving time: can this soft-spoken boy wonder lead a franchise of his own? GQ joined Lin for his first trip back to New York since he was cast out of the Knicks’ kingdom this summer and found out what he’s got in store for … Linsanity: The Sequel.

GQ
Nov 2012
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Hope in Shorts

In Amar’e Stoudemire, Knicks fans finally have a reason to believe.

Sep 2010
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This ’Melo Is

Don’t be fooled by his low-key vibe. Carmelo Anthony has brought excitement, and hope for a title, back to the Knicks.

Apr 2011
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Rex Deflated

It’s been a fun run, but the end of the Ryan era has arrived.

Nov 2011
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The Last Closet

When will a gay professional athlete finally come out?

Sep 2011
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The Impossible, Inevitable Redemption of Michael Vick

While we’re plenty ecstatic about the safe return of the NFL, we’re pretty sure no one’s happier than Michael Vick. After his string of transcendent performances last season—including five TDs in one half on Monday Night Football—it’s easy to forget that only two years ago, Vick was a third-stringer just out of federal prison. But in winning our forgiveness, has he really convinced us that he’s a changed man? Or does it just not matter when you play football like Michael Vick?

GQ
Sep 2011
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Databases Loaded

The latest frontier of statistical research in baseball—and the newest front in the Yankees vs. Red Sox arms race—is defense. And it’s yielding some surprising insights about which players are worth their salaries.

Apr 2010