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Nembhard’s commitment to Florida

Andrew Nembhard’s freshman season was one for the books. The 6-foot-5-inch, 191 pound, guard from Ontario, Canada, managed to go down in UF history after posting 196 assists. This is the fourth-highest single-season total in Florida history and second-most by a freshman. Nembhard also managed to score a 3-pointer with …

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NBA Finals, injury-plagued Warriors lose Game 3

Warriors Battling Uncertainty For the first time since 2015- the beginning of the three-championship reign of Golden State- the Warriors are trailing in Game 3 of a Finals series. Last night’s Game 3 in Oakland ended 123-109, putting the Toronto Raptors in the lead of the series 2-1. The Warriors …

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Raptors Take Down Warriors 118-109 in Game 1 Behind Siakam’s Career Night, Durant’s Absence

Pascal Siakam came into the NBA Finals with 50/1 odds of winning Finals MVP. That was before Siakam sank 32 points to lead the Toronto Raptors to a 118-109 win in Game 1, giving Toronto its first taste of a Finals victory in franchise history. Toronto’s historic Game 1 win …

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Top-5 High School Recruit RJ Hampton Chooses Overseas Rather Than College

On Tuesday afternoon, RJ Hampton chose to play overseas and skip college. He was considering Kansas, Texas Tech, and Memphis. Where’s He Going? Hampton signed a contract with the New Zealand Breakers of the Australian National Basketball League. He becomes the first player to willingly skip college for an international pro …

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LSU Reinstates Coach Amid Recruiting Scandal

LSU head basketball coach Will Wade has been reinstated after being suspended amidst a recruiting scandal. Corruption in the Program Speculation of a recruiting scandal first came to life in 2017. Wade faced accusations involving an alleged wiretap. He supposedly spoke to recruiting middleman Christian Dawkins about making an offer …

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Miami Heat Playoff Hopes Dwindling after 112-102 Loss to Boston Celtics

The Miami Heat was unable to take advantage of an opportunity to jump into the sixth seed in the NBA’s Eastern Conference playoff race with four regular season games to go. Miami lost 112-102 to the Boston Celtics at home last night after losing to Boston on April Fool’s Day. …

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