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44 Minutes?…. C’mon now!!

As everyone probably knows, the NBA experimented with a 44 minute, (4, 11 minute quarters) game this past Sunday when The Nets played the Celtics in Brooklyn. The experimental game

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44 Minutes?…. C’mon now!!

As everyone probably knows, the NBA experimented with a 44 minute, (4, 11 minute quarters) game this past Sunday when The Nets played the Celtics in Brooklyn. The experimental game ended in a time of 1 hour and 58 minutes, approximately 15-20 minutes shorter than an average 48 minute NBA game. OK, Mr. Silver, the […]

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We Owe Them Our Best

They come in every variety. Some swagger to hide their fears. Some are full of hesitation and their self-doubt is written in their every gesture. Some are loud and their speech says the world is their turf, just for them. You can barely hear some, suddenly they seem limited to a whisper. Some wear the […]

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Sonny Dykes and the Unfairness of One-Year Scholarships

One-year scholarships bother me. The standard recruiting pitch all but guarantees four years, at least verbally. Until 2012, NCAA rules prohibited multi-year scholarships. Why are multi-year scholarships important? The NCAA’s own words: “Allowing these schools to award scholarships for longer than a single year gives student-athletes greater assurance their education will continue even if they […]

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Carolina In The Crosshairs

PHILADELPHIA– This was another sad day on Tobacco Road. The University of North Carolina has always placed a value on academic and athletic excellence. But the Tar Heels’ pristine reputation took a huge hit Wednesday after the release of the findings of an eight month investigation conducted by Kenneth Wainstein, a former U.S. Justice official, […]

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