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Warriors Head to Fifth Straight Finals After Sweeping Portland

The Golden State Warriors are on their way to a fifth straight NBA Finals appearance after sweeping the Portland Trailblazers. The Warriors are only the second team in NBA history to appear in five straight finals joining the Boston Celtics who did it from 1956 to 1966. In Game Four …

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Gator Athletic Director Scott Stricklin Talks Changes to Gator Sports

University of Florida Athletic Director Scott Stricklin was a guest this Tuesday on ESPN 98.1 FM 850 AM WRUF’s Sportscene with Steve Russell radio show. He spoke about a variety of subjects, including an upcoming new look the Gators will have in their athletic facilities. There will be a lot …

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FEATURE: Playing at the Next Level

Playing at the collegiate level as a student-athlete is not easy. The increase in their workload does not compare to what they experienced in high school and it can be overwhelming. They have to balance the lifestyle of a student-athlete that includes two-a-day practices, games, traveling and going to class. …

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NBA Playoffs: Toronto Blows Out Orlando to Close Out Series

The Toronto Raptors are moving on to the second round of the playoffs for the fourth year in a row. This came at the expense of the Orlando Magic as they were eliminated in five games. Game 5 was another blowout win for the Raptors 115 to 96. Three out …

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NBA Playoffs: Portland Protects Home Court, Denver Evens Up Series

The first round of NBA playoffs continued last night as four Western Conference teams were in action. The Portland Trailblazers blew out the Oklahoma City Thunder by 20 points, 114-94, and the Denver Nuggets came back from 19 points down to beat the San Antonio Spurs 114 to 105. Damian …

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Dwyane Wade Shines in His Final Home Game In Miami

Dwyane Wade put on one last great performance in his final game in Miami. The future Hall-of-Famer scored 30 points while hitting four three-pointers in the fourth quarter. He led all scorers and the Miami Heat defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 122-99. The news of the Heat being eliminated from playoff …

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AAF Folds Operations Before the End of the Season

The Alliance of American Football did not even complete its first season before closing up shop. Carolina Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon pledged a $250 million investment to the AAF. The billionaire hockey owner had to bring financial aid to the league in only the second game of the season. Dundon was …

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Pass Interference Calls Can Now Be Challenged for 2019 Season

Starting in the upcoming NFL season, offensive and defensive pass interference calls can now be reviewable. Non-calls for pass interference can be challenged as well. The rule will be implemented in the first 28 minutes of each half and the final two minutes will be a booth review. It was …

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First Four Play Kicks Off 2019 NCAA Tournament as FDU, Belmont Earn Wins

With March Madness set in motion, the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament hosted its first round of games last night. In the First Four matchup, Fairleigh Dickinson went up against Prarie View A&M and Temple took on Belmont. Both games were close and competitive but Fairleigh Dickinson and Belmont came out …

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Bucs Look to Stay Active in 2019 Free Agency

The NFL free agency period is set to begin at 4 p.m. and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking to sign key players this offseason. The Bucs haven’t been in the forefront in free agency and are not expected to be big spenders, but they do need to fill some …

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