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Closing Thoughts On The NBA Championship

1.    The Spurs came as close as anyone has ever come to a title [caption id="attachment_14535" align="aligncenter" width="567"] Photo Credit: (AP Photo/Eric Gray)[/caption] Heartbreaking. Gut-wrenching. Devastating. Crushing. You can call it whatever you’d like, but the point is perhaps no other team has come this close to an NBA title and gone home empty-handed. The Spurs were a made free throw away, or a ...

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Top 5 Current Coaches in the NBA

It's playoff time and we should take a look at who the best coaches in the Association really are. [caption id="attachment_13529" align="aligncenter" width="576"] via thesportsbank.net[/caption] 5. Erik Spoelstra, Miami Heat: Yes, Coach Spo has one of the most talented rosters in the NBA, but the man deserves a lot of credit for his success with the Heat since 2008. Since Spo was named head coach, the Heat ...

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Should he stay or should he go: Shane Larkin

The choice to enter the draft or stay at school can be easy or hard. For some guys, they are just looking to jump ship and join the NBA. For others, the decision can take weeks. Miami Hurricanes point guard Shane Larkin is trying to make the choice, but his time is running out. To me, the answer is obvious. [caption id="attachment_13511" align="aligncenter" width="660"] via Associated Press[/caption] The U ...

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Interleague Conundrum

We all knew this was coming. As soon as Bud Selig forced the Astros to move to the American League as a part of the sales agreement this problem was bound to come up. I want to get one thing out of the way; I love interleague play. I think it is great. Interleague play was a great way to split up some of the monotony of the season by playing new teams. As a young Yankee fan I can remember going to a game wh ...

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The Madness Continues: Sweet 16 Style

Just when you thought you had your bracket won, more madness came along to mess with our minds. #3 Marquette 71 vs. #2 Miami 61 Out of the gate Miami looked sluggish and Marquette looked as on point as can be. The Golden Eagles opened the game up 17-7, and did not look back from there. Reports that Miami point guard Shane Larkin had been up all night because of sickness ended up being the microcosm to the e ...

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Oh the Fun of Future Rounds

‘March Madness’ is probably the most appropriate description for the NCAA Tournament you’ll ever find. Unlike the regular season, the 68 teams that the committee selects to compete in the tournament all have no power over whom they will play. Number one seeds like Louisville do not have the option of packing early round matchups with teams like the Manhattan Jaspers or the Charleston Cougars (Both of which ...

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Sleeper Alert: Stunners Making It Into The Second Weekend

#7 Creighton It seems every expert is giving Creighton no respect. The best team field-goal percentage in the country coupled with Dougie “Fresh” McDermott could make a mini-run in the tourney. With a [caption id="attachment_12950" align="alignright" width="350"] via AP[/caption] second round matchup against Cincy, most analysts are picking the Bearcats over the Bluejays. This matchup will be Sean Kilpatric ...

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