One and Done? D-League vs. NCAA

We have all (well, most) have heard about the one and done rule regarding the transition from college basketball into the NBA. If not, basically a high school student must play at least one year of basketball in college in order to be considered for the NBA draft. And Dallas Mavericks Owner, Mark Cuban, had […]

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Will The King soon relinquish his crown? KD vs. King James

We all know that LeBron James has been labeled “The King” of basketball; most agree that he is the best player in the NBA at the current moment. But will King James soon lose his throne to Oklahoma City Thunder star, Kevin Durant? Many could argue that the answer to this question is yes. The […]

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Kevin Ware’s Shocking Injury

By: Liz Justmann Playing sports requires athleticism; everybody knows that. But being athletic requires ability as well as risk-taking. For as long as sports have been around, injuries have been just as prevalent. Even if a player takes personal precautions to avoid injury, there’s no avoiding collisions and injuries resulting from the other players. Kevin […]

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March Madness, Barack Obama and Harry Potter.

By Adam Greenwald When the field of 64 teams was announced, almost every reader, fan, and sports analyst filled out their bracket with Georgetown and New Mexico advancing past the first round. For God’s sake, they had Florida Gulf Coast and Harvard as their opponents. Each of these teams had 0 NCAA tournament wins in […]

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Swoosh.

Austin Rivers. Mention that name to any Duke basketball fan, and immediately they’ll tell you he is a guard for their beloved team. Mention that name to a Celtics fan, and they’ll be quick to tell you he is the son of NBA coach Doc Rivers. Utter even a syllable of his name to a […]

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Coca-Cola’s Sponsorships

Since our speaker today is Scott Williamson, Director of Public Affairs and Communications for Coca-Cola and our topic of discussion for this week is sponsorships, what better theme for this blog post could there be than the history of Coca-Cola’s sponsorships? They’ve had a long history of sponsorships. Coca-Cola’s most widely known sponsorships are American […]

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