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Cleveland Cavaliers Win 50th Game Clenching Another Central Division Title

The Cleveland Cavaliers can celebrate their 50th win of the season after defeating the New York Knicks Monday night 123-109.  Along with their 50th win, the Cavs also collect their 7th straight Central Division Title. 7x Central Division Champs. #AllForOne pic.twitter.com/DbMkfiPbOe — Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) April 10, 2018 Winning the Title …

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Armon Gates Named New Florida Gators Basketball Associate Head Coach

There has been one seat open on the bench for the Florida Gators Men’s Basketball Coaching staff since March 22nd. That was when top assistant Dusty May took the head coaching job at Florida Atlantic University. Since May’s departure, Head Coach Mike White has been searching for a new assistant coach to …

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Could the New Orleans Pelicans surprise in the playoffs?

It’s been three seasons since the New Orleans Pelicans have made the playoffs. It’s been a decade since they’ve advanced past the first round. They’ve lost four of their last five and are continuing to cope with the absence of four-time All-Star DeMarcus Cousins. But with four games remaining in the …

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Villanova Takes Second NCAA Title in Three Years

It’s been a good year for Philadelphia. The Villanova Wildcats have found themselves in a reigning position again since 2016’s buzzer-beat win over North Carolina, picking up their third national title overall and ending their season with a 36-4 record. Hey Jay, how many titles you got? ✌️#LetsMarchNova#NationalChampionship pic.twitter.com/R6eNvBRhQW — …

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Miami Heat Look to Clinch Playoff Spot

The Miami Heat are within reach of keeping their season alive in the playoffs. Currently, the Miami Heat (41-36) are number seven in the Eastern Conference playoff race in the NBA.  They are contending with number six Washington (42-35)and the eighth seeded Milwaukee Bucks (41-36) for a possible higher spot as …

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Magical Season for Mississippi State Women’s Basketball Ends In Heartbreak

For the second year in a row the Mississippi State Women’s Basketball Team, led by two-time SEC Coach of the Year Vic Shaefer, was in the National Championship Game. For the second year in a row, they got there after a dramatic overtime win in the Final Four, last year …

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