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Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

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02/23/2015

This year’s trade deadline saw more action than any deadline in recent years. Many expected a relatively unexciting end of the trading period, but the league exploded, with a multitude of teams swapping assets at a remarkable pace. The Winners: Oklahoma City Thunder The OKC Thunder turned a disastrous situation into a huge win. With…

Western Conference All-Star Break Retrospective

Western Conference All-Star Break Retrospective

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02/09/2015

Pretty much everyone expects that whoever comes out of the Western Conference will eventually win the Finals. I’m probably less bullish about this prospect than most others, but it is undeniable that the West is simply the stronger conference.   The Leader: The Golden State Warriors I was skeptical about how a first year head…

All-Star Break Retrospective: Eastern Leaders

All-Star Break Retrospective: Eastern Leaders

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02/02/2015

With the NBA All-Star game coming up, questions still swirl about the competence and depth of the much-maligned Eastern Conference. Everyone expected the Eastern Conference to be a two horse race between Chicago and Cleveland, but the reality has been anything but. Both the Bulls and Cavs struggled out of the gate, finding themselves at…

Women’s soccer climbs by  Mountaineers on penalties

Women’s soccer climbs by Mountaineers on penalties

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11/19/2014

The Georgetown women’s soccer team (11-4-6) shocked the No. 3 ranked West Virginia Mountaineers (16-2-4) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament this past weekend with a victory. After a 0-0 draw in regulation that had proved largely indecisive, the game was thrust into penalty kicks. Thanks to short moments of brilliance and grit,…

The Big East Team-By-Team Breakdown

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11/13/2014

The last few years have seen a dramatic change in the outlook for the Big East. Long the undisputed powerhouse of NCAA basketball, the famous conference had been the spiritual home of many of college basketball’s best rivalries. Nowadays, with the breakup of the old Big East, the days of yore have passed. Villanova and…

Volleyball falls to Marquette

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10/30/2014

The Georgetown women’s volleyball team (9-15, 3-8 Big East) fell in their crucial homecoming matchup last Saturday against Marquette (17-6, 8-3 BE), dropping the first three sets of the match 25-22, 25-22, and 25-12. Although Marquette is considered one of the better teams in the country, Georgetown was able to keep pace early in the…

NBA Preview: Southwest Division

NBA Preview: Southwest Division

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10/20/2014

As the NBA heads into the 2014-15 season, it seems rather clear that the Southwest Division stands head and shoulders above all others. With the Spurs entering the season as defending NBA Champions, the Southwest appears poised to make a major impact once again. San Antonio Spurs The San Antonio Spurs were indisputably the best…

NBA Preview: Pacific Division

NBA Preview: Pacific Division

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10/06/2014

In a conference full of remarkable talent and promise, the Pacific Division offers a peculiar mix of potential and weakness. Los Angeles Clippers At the top of the Pacific are the Los Angeles Clippers, a team whose biggest acquisition came off the court. The unmitigated disaster of the Donald Sterling debacle left the organization in…

Women’s soccer dethrones Dukes

Women’s soccer dethrones Dukes

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09/25/2014

The Georgetown women’s soccer team (5-2-2, 0-0 Big East) strolled to a comfortable victory over Duquesne University (3-3-2, 0-0 Atlantic 10) this past Sunday by a score of 2-0.               Georgetown struck first in the 12th minute with a goal from senior midfielder Daphne Corboz, tying the school record…

NBA Preview: Northwest Division

NBA Preview: Northwest Division

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09/24/2014

After a season of many surprises and even more disappointments, the Northwest Division heads into the 2014-15 season with quite a few questions still to be answered. Oklahoma City Thunder The presumptive favorite, the Oklahoma City Thunder, has been pegged by many to be a possible NBA champion for years now, and this year will…

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