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October 27, 2014

FOR OCT. 27, 2014

Trading Post

As the NBA season prepares to tip off, SI.com unveils its list of prime trade candidates for 2014--15. Who's on the block? Pistons small forward Josh Smith, for starters, who already led the league in off-season trade rumors. Is a deal with the Kings back on the table or will Smith fly south to join the Pelicans? When (not if) the Suns trade guard Gerald Green, will the seven-year veteran's next stop be Chicago or Portland? Go to SI.com/nbapreview for complete NBA coverage, including Matt Dollinger's preseason power rankings, Rob Mahoney's take on the challenges facing new coaches and Ben Golliver's All-Redemption team.

FanNation

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The FanNation fantasy sports app allows you to select a set of NFL players—a quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end—each week for the Football Throwdown. Challenge your friends for cash prizes or just for bragging rights. To learn more, go to fannation.SI.com

120 SPORTS

Conference Calls

120 Sports hosts Tim Doyle and Dave Ross discuss whether the year-old NHL realignment has made the league more interesting. "Detroit in the Eastern Conference? It doesn't feel right," says Doyle. "You've lost one of the greatest rivalries in playoff hockey [between Detroit and Chicago]." Counters Ross, "But now Detroit doesn't have to go from the Eastern time zone to the West all the time." For more of Doyle and Ross's Point/Counterpoint, plus 24-hour access to video highlights and analysis, go to 120sports.com

SI.COM'S TOP 10

1 Step Backward

For a roundup of last week's 10 most popular stories on SI.com, including Greg Hanlon's article about former NFL receiver Irving Fryar, who after seemingly turning his life around is facing bank fraud charges and potential prison time, go to SI.com/topstories

2 Young, gifted and homeless

3 A Royal surprise

4 Most intriguing NBA debuts

5 Covering Peanut Tillman

6 Russell Westbrook's turn

7 College basketball projections

8 Tamba Hali's mission

9 Parcells vs. Belichick

10 College football's midseason crystal ball

SI PRO-FILES

As successful as some athletes are on the field, some find even more success after they retire. To see videos of athletes turned business leaders, go to SI.com/Pro-Files, a series from the editors of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and FORTUNE.

PHOTOALEX BRANDON/AP (SMITH) PHOTORICK SCUTERI/AP (GREEN) PHOTOSAED HINDASH/NJ ADVANCE MEDIA/LANDOV (FRYAR) PHOTOGREGORY SHAMUS/GETTY IMAGES (DETROIT PLAYER) PHOTO ILLUSTRATION

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