Posts Tagged ‘college’
Life is good when you’re the NBA’s reigning MVP. Warriors guard Stephen Curry was in the market for a new puppy, apparently, and he went big. Curry dropped $3,800 on a Goldendoodle puppy, according to TMZ
Prior to his sophomore season with the Miami Marlins, Ichiro showed up to Spring Training wearing a shirt with (no doubt) his favorite player on the front. Yup, that’s a crude drawing of Ichiro on the front of the future Hall of Famer’s shirt. Fun, right
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Ichiro’s T-Shirts Now Have Their Own Twitter
Roy Williams is 66 years of age, and he can dance better than I can, which I’m not even ashamed to admit. We’ve all seen his eccentric yet classy suits he can pull off wearing during games, but we don’t usually see him show much emotion on or off the court. Williams is usually cool, calm and collected.
Ivan Barbashev made his NHL debut with the Blues back on January 26th against the Columbus Blue Jackets. At the time, Barbashev was called up as an injury replacement for Kyle Brodziak and the plan called for him to split time with Wade Megan. A lot can change in just two months.
Pau Gasol has been lighting it up from three-point range as a reserve. The 36-year-old center has more than doubled his attempts per game since the All-Star break and has hit 58.5%, which is the highest clip in the league among players with more than 35 attempts in that stretch. Gasol has hit 24 three-point shots in 16 games since moving to the bench after the All-Star break.
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Why Pau Gasol is so Hot from Three
The race for first place in the Western Conference boils down to two teams—the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs. After today, both teams will have 10 games left in the regular season, and the Warriors currently hold a 2.5 game lead over the Spurs for the top spot. To best determine which team will finish first by the end of the season, let’s take a look at the remaining games for Golden State and San Antonio.
Former UND All-American forward Brock Boeser scored his first NHL goal against the hometown Minnesota Wild. According to Brad Schlossman of the Grand Forks Herald : Boeser returned home to Grand Forks with the team Friday night and flew to Minneapolis on Saturday morning. Head coach Brad Berry drove him to the airport
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Boeser Scores Against the Wild
One of the most exciting days of the fantasy baseball season is draft day. Like Spring Training, it’s an opportunity to wipe the slate clean from the year before and begin a new quest to win a championship. Everyone focuses on who to chase after in the early rounds, but picking the right guys to take fliers on at the end can be even more important to the ultimate success or failure of your squad
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Fantasy Baseball: Do Any of These 5 Late-Round Options Hold Value?
What makes the NCAA Basketball Tournament so compelling each year are the buzzer beaters and the Cinderellas. Thirty years ago, the 1987 championship game concluded with a late basket from a player who enjoyed his own Cinderella story. Keith Smart scored 17 second-half points against Syracuse – the last two giving the Indiana Hoosiers a 74-73 victory and a fourth national title
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Episode #73 (3/22/17): Keith Smart