Previewing the NBA Playoffs and the contenders

With the postseason of the NBA fast approaching, the competition looks stiffer than it has been for the past four years. After LeBron James left Miami to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the league would seem to be without a superpower capable of constantly threatening…

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Duke beats Wisconsin in incredible March Madness finale

After stunning the then perfect 38-0 Kentucky Wildcats in the Final Four, the Wisconsin Badgers and Naismith College Player of the Year Frank Kaminsky challenged Duke in the championship game, but ultimately lost 80-70. The Duke Blue Devils rolled through March Madness, correcting all of…

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Kentucky looks to dominate March Madness

With NCAA basketball’s March Madness beginning its first round March 17, the competition looks to be dramatic. A year after Shabazz Napier set the tournament ablaze in leading the UConn Huskies to the championship, it looks like their challenger – the Kentucky Wildcats – will…

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Westbrook, Curry, shine over NBA All Star Weekend

The NBA official logo. February 25, 2015 / Volume XXXVII / Issue 2 Lately the NBA All Star Weekend has been fading in popularity, with basketball fans tired of watching a few tired competitions. Not this year. With possibly the best Three-Point Shootout group of…

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MLB Spring Training reveals a new baseball landscape

February 18, 2015 / Volume XXXVII / Issue I The 2014-2015 Major League Baseball (MLB) offseason has been an offseason like no other. Between a litany of trades and major free agent signings, the 2015 MLB season promises to bring a whole new league, and…

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The World Series hits it out of the park

This year’s World Series has been an amazing experience, with history being made in all different kinds of ways. The San Francisco Giants won their third World Series in five years, and the Kansas City Royals carried their year’s momentum all the way to their…

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Fast break into the NBA Season

What a crazy offseason it has been for the NBA. From LeBron James making his much awaited return to Cleveland, to a draft class that has seen more hype than any since 2003. Following last year’s roller coaster ride resulting in the San Antonio Spurs…

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NHL Season Primer

With the 2014-2015 National Hockey League season quickly approaching, it has become more and more apparent with the abundance of championship contenders that hockey fans will get their competitive fill. Last year, 17 of the NHL’s 30 teams earned more than 90 points throughout the…

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