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NBA Playoffs: Round One So Far

Midway through the first round of the NBA Playoffs some teams have proven why they belong there, and others are still fighting for respect. So far, home-court advantage hasn’t been all that advantageous. For instance, the Boston Celtics lost both of their home games and now will be on the …

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Down to the Wire: NBA Season Finale

The season that consisted of Kevin Durant joining the Warriors, Dwight Howard leaving Houston and Dwayne Wade returning to Chicago–will be ending today. Here’s how the season went. 2016-2017 Recap After Durant left the team that drafted him, Thunder fans didn’t know what to expect from their team. Luckily for them, …

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Milton-Jones Promoted to Head Coaching Job

DeLisha Milton-Jones has been promoted to the head coaching job for the Pepperdine Waves. She will be replacing Ryan Weisenberg, who had a combined record of 28-94 over four years. DeLisha joined the Waves this past season after retiring from the WNBA after 17 years. Milton-Jones first joined the staff …

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UCLA Prepare for Wildcats

The Kentucky Wildcats and the UCLA Bruins will be going head to head for the second time this season. When the two teams met earlier this year, the Bruins ended the Wildcats’ nine-game win streak. The 97-92 Bruin win didn’t just end that streak, but it also ended Kentucky’s 42 …

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The Razorbacks Return to the Tournament

The Arkansas Razorbacks have made it back to the NCAA tournament. They have appeared in the postseason 30 times but only have one national title. The Razorbacks are 41-30 in the tournament and their lone title came in 1994 when they defeated Duke. Arkansas hasn’t made the tournament since 2015 when they lost to North …

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SEC Men’s Basketball Tuesday Recap

Tuesday’s night comeback win over the Vanderbilt Commodores (16-14) wasn’t just any senior night for the Kentucky Wildcats (25-5). Before tipoff, senior forward Derek Willis hyped up the crowd by proposing to his girlfriend. But that wasn’t the only thing that caught the crowd’s attention on Tuesday night. A poor …

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Braves Begin Spring Training

The Atlanta Braves are in the midst of getting ready for the upcoming MLB season, with players already reporting to Spring Training. The coaching staff for the Braves is excited to see how their young prospects will perform in the upcoming season. Atlanta finished fifth in the National League East last season, …

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Gainesville High First Round Bye

After finishing 23-2 in regular season play, the Gainesville High Hurricanes earned a first round bye in district play. The Hurricanes were led by head coach, Kelly Beckham. Beckham’s History Beckham has been coaching the Hurricanes for seven seasons. Within his seven year tenure, he’s managed to take his team …

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SEC Preview: Alabama and Auburn Rematch

This weekend, the Alabama Crimson Tide (13-7)  and the Auburn Tigers (14-8) will face off in a rematch from their game in mid-January. In that matchup, the Tigers came away with a lopsided 84-64 win. The Tigers outscored the Crimson Tide by 20 in the second half, following an even score at …

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Lightning Finding their Identity?

Just over halfway through the season, the Tampa Bay Lightning (22-22-5) are still trying to find their identity. After finishing with a 46-31-5 record a season ago, the Lightning are not currently on pace to repeat that. Tampa Bay finished second in the Atlantic division and sixth in the Eastern conference. …

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