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Buckeyes Stay at Top in DI/DII!
With a month until Selection Sunday, there are still a number of teams in contention for the 68 spots in the NCAA Tournament. The major conference teams will dominate most of the At-Large bids that are awarded in the NCAA Tournament, but there are some small conference teams to keep an eye on and some close conference races. Earlier this week I detailed the races in the Major Conferences
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Mid-Major Conference Rundown
Adele had a moment of weakness performing at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, but persevered and rebounded like the boss she is to make up for it. The pop singer cleaned up and won five awards total, including album and song of the year. She had a funny moment accepting one of the awards as well, as it broke in half. Adele broke the Grammy in half to share with Beyoncé pic.twitter.com/oZY2tGx7BI — Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) February 13, 2017 Adele was tasked with doing a George Michael tribute, as she performed “Fast Love.” But she had to stop and start over just a few seconds into the song, as she either flubbed the lyrics or was off rhythm.
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Adele flubs George Michael tribute performance at Grammys, starts song over (VIDEO)
Not too many people could pull off the look that rapper/producer Cee Lo Green did at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. Green rocked a golden outfit that made him look like a robot wearing pajamas. Yeah, I guess that’s probably the best way to sum it up
Here are your video highlights from last night’s 112-104 over Utah. The win is Boston’s 9th in it’s last 10, and another one at Dallas tomorrow would have them finish 3-1 on their latest road trip. First up, peep Isaiah Thomas dropping 29 on the Jazz-a fete which now gives him 38 straight games with 20 or more
Videos of the Day: Celts keep rolling, KD returns to OKC
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big story line. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. No wonder Thomas is happy.
The young Wolves, hot under the collar after winning eight of their previous 11 games, got run over by a buzzsaw tonight. The Love-less Cavs (isn’t that so poetic?) coming into tonight had lost eight of their last 14, and Angry LeBron, fresh off a very entertaining media circus , was in the building from the get-go. He proceeded to put up his customary 27-8-12 assist night on 11-14 shooting
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Sometimes The Bear Eats You… Wolves lose 97-125
Charles Barkley probably had to walk to school up hill, in the snow, both ways to get to school, too. Barkley, like so many others, forget a few fundamental things. First of all, if LeBron was of age to join the NBA in the Barkley era, there is a good chance that we would never have known the depth and breadth of his talent, and an even better chance that we wouldn’t have him around for this long to enjoy the evolution of his game
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Old School -V- New School: A Look At Barkley -V- LeBron
Hailey Langland etched her name in the record books on Thursday night, becoming the first female to successfully pull off a 1080 in the X Games. Oh, we should probably mention that she’s only 16 years old. Langland accomplished the feat in the big-air event (snowboarding), and as you might imagine, she won the gold medal for pulling off the amazing feat.
Oregon guard Dillon Brooks flopped not once, but twice on the same play against Utah on Thursday night, and that’s not something we’re used to seeing. It happened when Utah’s Sedrick Barefield attempted to back him down, and then extended his arm. Brooks tried to sell the contact, even though there really wasn’t any