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Halftime NBA Draft Preview: Buddy Hield Scouting Report

Halftime NBA Draft Preview: Buddy Hield Scouting Report

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05/29/2016

Welcome to Halftime’s preview of the 2016 NBA Draft, where our writers will be analyzing the players and teams that will headline this summer’s selection process.  Strengths: Scoring. Buddy is a prolific scorer, especially from behind the arc. He made almost 46% of attempted three-pointers last year, and averaged 25 points per game for Oklahoma, exploding during their…

Can Leicester Close out its Miracle Season?

Can Leicester Close out its Miracle Season?

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04/21/2016

As the Premier League is nearing the end of the 2015-16 season, an unlikely contender is still positioned at the top of the table. Leicester City, who entered this year as a favorite for relegation, has already clinched a top four finish and is leading the league with four fixtures remaining. Throughout the season, people…

The Truth About NCAA Tournament Upsets

The Truth About NCAA Tournament Upsets

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03/23/2016

The NCAA Tournament always brings craziness to the sports world, and this year has been no exception. Ten first round wins by double-digit seeds is a new tournament record, and thirteen first round upsets (games where the lower seed won) ties the highest number since the tournament field was expanded to sixty-four teams in 1985….

CBS, NCAA, and the Mutilated Selection Show

CBS, NCAA, and the Mutilated Selection Show

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03/19/2016

If someone told me Sunday night’s NCAA Tournament Selection Show could have been any worse, I don’t think I would believe them. One of the more exciting nights for college basketball fans across the country and the ceremonial kick-off event for March Madness was butchered by CBS’s greed and ignorance. Both the NCAA and CBS,…

The Presidential Election is NOT FIFA’s Most Important Vote

The Presidential Election is NOT FIFA’s Most Important Vote

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02/25/2016

On February 26th, FIFA will convene a special Congress to elect the next President of the world’s most prominent soccer organization. Its previous president, Sepp Blatter was reelected for another term on May 29th, 2015, but subsequently resigned four days later amid about twenty different ongoing corruption investigations, so FIFA’s session this Friday will choose…

The NCAA’s Postseason Problem

The NCAA’s Postseason Problem

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02/16/2016

While there are still games left to be played in the 2016 college basketball regular season, the postseason is already looming large over the remaining three weeks. Experts are restlessly predicting the sixty-eight team NCAA tournament field, coaches are vigorously planning to enhance their teams’ resumes with a few more marquee wins, and fanbases are…

Jurgen Klinsmann’s Conundrum

Jurgen Klinsmann’s Conundrum

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02/03/2016

On October 15, 2015, Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber claimed that Jurgen Klinsmann, the United States men’s national team manager, made comments detrimental to the league when the former German star claimed that it was difficult to find high levels of play in the MLS, compared to top-flight European leagues. Just a week ago, the…

The Rise of Leicester City

The Rise of Leicester City

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01/26/2016

In a Premier League season overflowing with interesting storylines, one the most intriguing must be Leicester City’s meteoric rise to the top of the table. Throughout the first half of the season, soccer experts debated when, or if, Leicester would implode and fall down the league standings. That implosion has not yet come. Even the…

The Philly Sixers’ Bold Rebuild

The Philly Sixers’ Bold Rebuild

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12/08/2015

The Philadelphia 76ers are off to an absolutely abysmal start to the 2015-16 season, going 1-20 over their first 21 games. Though they were close to breaking the record for the worst losing streak ever to begin an NBA season, their team-building philosophy is actually looking promising, despite (or, perhaps because of) their terrible on-court…

College Football Playoff: Better, but Not Best

College Football Playoff: Better, but Not Best

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12/03/2015

As multiple NCAA football conferences hold their title games later this weekend, one can only guess what teams will be participating in the second annual College Football Playoff. About eight to ten different schools are still in somewhat realistic contention for the four coveted spots in the CFB Playoff. Even though this system is a…

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