NCAA Tournament

Was this the best Men’s NCAA Tournament of all time?

Sports can encompass the world like nothing else can. Moments of joy that bring tears to your eyes, fits of rage that end up costing you a brand new TV and friendships that are created out of thin air only for the true fact that both of you are rooting for the same team, the

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NBA

NBA Roundtable: What’s Next for OKC? NCAA Talent Pool in Danger?

One of the best months of basketball continues with the NCAA Tournament and the race for the NBA Playoffs in full swing. We got together this week to talk about future NBA prospect decisions, Kevin Durant, the Oklahoma City Thunder, and more. Writers this week: Sean Linhares – @Linhares_BBS Justin Kirkland – @jkirk41 Evan Anderson

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Obama

CBS Sports’ Clark Kellogg says President Obama ‘took advantage’ of him in a 2010 basketball game

Former U.S. President Barack Obama’s love affair with hoops has been pretty well-documented. Obama’s been courtside at Washington Wizards games and at the United Center checking out the Chicago Bulls. During Obama’s presidency, many sports teams have also relished in the opportunity to visit the White House after winning a championship CBS Sports analyst, Clark

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NBA Finals

The Sunday Fadeaway, Episode 17: Marc Zumoff joins the show!

A very special episode of The Sunday Fadeaway as Philadelphia fan favorite and voice of the 76ers Marc Zumoff joined the show! Zumoff talks about the fate of the current 76ers and their push into the playoffs, he talks about his favorite Sixers moments since he took the play-by-play job in 1994, answers some Twitter

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NCAA Tournament

Top Clips from the Round of 64 of the Men’s NCAA Tournament

The madness is upon us. The round of 64 of the men’s NCAA Tournament begun only as it could, with upsets and game-winners and some glorious highlights. Here were some of our top clips from the day via Clippit.tv Donte Ingram hits the game-winning three-pointer for no. 11 seed Loyola to upset no. 6 seed

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Schmidt Talking: NCAA Tournament Preview – The Atlantic 10 Edition

It’s been an up and down year for the Atlantic 10, to say the least. The chances of getting more than two teams into the NCAA Tournament looked very slim after non-conference play. The Rhode Island Rams and the Saint Bonaventure Bonnies looked like the two front-runners to make the Big Dance come March, but

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NBA Finals

The Sunday Fadeaway: Episode 16 – March Madness Reactions and Predictions

This week on the Sunday Fadeaway Ryan welcomes long-time guest of the show Brandon Carfagna to the mic to discuss all things March Madness. In just a few hours after the release of the bracket, Ryan and Brandon took to the microphone to discuss the field of 68 who was in that shouldn’t have been

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Trae Young

Can You Trust Oklahoma’s Trae Young At the NBA Level?

Although he’s playing point guard this year, he’s not a natural point guard that an NBA team can rely on to run a team …Will have to adjust to not being a volume shooter which could have an effect on his effectiveness … Doesn’t like when defenses are too physical with him … Not a

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March Madness Day 3: Madness has begun

The third day of March Madness is in the books and we can officially say that the madness has begun. The round of 32 has seen its fair share of upsets, but nothing as huge as #1 Villanova going down. If a number 1 goes down this early, then it’s time to declare the Madness.

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March Madness

March Madness Day 1 Recap: Bracket already Busted?

March Madness is upon us.  The first day of the NCAA Tournament we like to call, March Madness, is in the books and it is as advertised. Plenty of good games are on today as teams battle it out to reach the coveted National Championship game. We take a look at the results and react

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