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The Brawl that set Philippines Basketball back years

For the record, I am Australian. The brawl that occurred a few days ago in a FIBA World Cup qualifier between Australia and Philippines is something that should never happen on any level of sport, let alone an international level. Both teams are responsible for their actions within this incident, and there should be multiple […]

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Dynasty Series: The Bill Russell Celtics

If you follow the NBA closely and know the history, you know of the dominant decade the Boston Celtics had through the 1950’s and 60’s. It is known one of the most dominant time periods for any team in the history of any and all sports. The team would go on to win 11 NBA […]

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The Big Game: UNC vs Duke

In this article, I will be giving my opinion on the second Duke vs North Carolina game held in Cameron Indoors. Here is the breakdown for each notable aspect: Who has the upper hand? Going into this game, North Carolina has the upper hand, simply because of the first time they met on February 8th, […]

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Duke’s 2018 Recruiting Class Could be Best Ever

It’s no secret that Duke is one of the most prestigious academic and athletic institutions in the United States, and it should come as no surprise when they have a solid recruiting class. However, over the previous weekend, Duke may have recruited one of the best freshman classes in the modern era. In an era […]

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Why Boston is the Greatest Sports City on the Planet

Located in the heart of New England, Boston, Massachusetts is one of the most historic cities in the United States. They’re not only known for their rich history, but it’s also their much respected sports teams. Boston has four of the best teams in their respective sports: the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Boston […]

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What Went Wrong For The USA Men’s Basketball Team in 2004?

We all know the dark days of Team USA Basketball. The back-to-back garbage performances in the 2002 World Championships and 2004 Summer Olympics, then the loss in Coach K’s first major tournament in 2006. It was dark, but perhaps the 2004 Olympics was the most embarrassing. The team lost 3 games that year, which is a […]

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Why the Los Angeles Clippers Can Make a Playoff Run

For the past few years, the Los Angeles Clippers have been the joke of the NBA playoffs. They always have an early exit, most times by choking. Such as last year when they blew a 3-0 series lead to the Houston Rockets or the year before when they looked dominate against the Golden State Warriors, […]

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Bo Ryan Announces His Last Season

Bo Ryan, 67, has been coaching the Wisconsin Badgers in the NCAA since 2001, and has brought the Badgers through various milestones and memories in the last 14 seasons. In a combined total, Ryan kept the Badgers at a respectable record of 357-125 over those years. In these same years, the Badgers made consecutive appearances […]

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Top 10 Free Agents and Who They Play for in 2016

An Honorable Mention: Rajon Rondo- Los Angeles Lakers I think this is the only place for Rondo to get anywhere near the amount of money he thinks he deserves; don’t be surprised to see Rondo in purple and gold next year. 10. Goran Dragic- Miami Heat                   […]

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UNC Under the Spotlight

   The University of North Carolina can never stay out of the spotlight it seems. First, in 2010, there were multiple cases of players receiving special treatment such as special parking passes. Then in 2011, cases of plagiarism from the players started popping up as well.  Now they are under extreme spotlight due to the […]

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