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Jimmy Butler, Bulls, Outlast Emotional Celtics 106-102

On a night where sports took a backseat to the real world for a moment, Isaiah Thomas’ late sister, Chyna, was honored before Sunday’s first round playoff game. Playing just one day after 22-year-old Chyna Thomas was killed in a car accident in their home state of Washington, Isaiah Thomas led …

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NHL Playoffs Begin Wednesday; No Tampa Bay for First Time Since 2013

There may not have been much drama on the final day of the National Hockey League season, but there’s plenty to be excited for now that the playoffs are here. The first set of postseason games kick off Wednesday at 7 p.m. featuring the New York Rangers against the Montreal …

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NCAA Tournament Run Ends, SEC Looks Ahead to Bright Future

The SEC, a conference that was disrespected by “experts” around the country, really shined in the month of March. South Carolina stunned the nation with their second round victory over two-seeded Duke. Then the fun really started, as the Gamecocks knocked off three-seed Baylor and fourth seeded Florida before losing to …

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Gators Men’s Swimming & Diving Finish Third Nationally

Four national titles aided the Florida Gators men’s swimming and diving team to an overall third at the NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana. The events took place this past weekend in the IU Natatorium. Florida, led by Gregg Troy, scored 294.5 points over the four-day meet, which matches their best team finish under …

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Tim Tebow Headed to Mets’ Low Class-A Team

Tim Tebow dominated the South Carolina Gamecocks in his 3 years starting at Florida, but now he’ll be stationed in Columbia, SC; playing for the Fireflies. The Columbia Fireflies, the Mets’ low Class-A affiliate in the South Atlantic League, is where the former quarterback is officially headed. Tebow will keep …

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Hawthorne faces Madison County in Boys’ Hoops Regional Finals


2016 ended with a one-point loss in the Regional Finals for Hawthorne High School and head coach Greg Bowie. The team they lost to? Hamilton County. The Hawthorne Hornets came out last week against Hamilton County in the Regional Semifinals and defeated the Trojans 56-43. Now coach Bowie must find a …

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P.K. Yonge Girls Basketball Plays in Regional Finals

Going undefeated in any sport, at any level, is extremely difficult. The P.K. Yonge Blue Wave will attempt to end Providence High School’s undefeated season on Tuesday night in the regional final at Providence HS in Jacksonville. P.K. Yonge (21-4) is coming off a 55-39 victory against University Christian in …

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Brady Cements Himself as “Greatest Of All Time”

#12 is the G.O.A.T. Let’s start with that. There’s no argument, no debate, no controversy. Tom Brady orchestrated the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history to defeat the Falcons 34-28 in OT. One week ago, I wrote about the legacy that Brady and his coach, Bill Belichick, carved out through their …

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#3 Gators Baseball Practice Kicks Off

While the northern states are worried about shoveling snow, that college baseball team in Gainesville started practicing on Friday. Indeed, Florida Gator baseball held three practices over the weekend as Opening Day approaches. The Gators open the season with a three-game series against William & Mary Feb. 17-19 at McKethan …

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