Max Borowitz

NBA Preview: The Central Division

NBA Preview: The Central Division

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09/17/2014

Among the three divisions in the Eastern Conference, none has improved nearly as much as the Central division. Cleveland Cavaliers At the top of the Central lies the nascent Cleveland Cavaliers, who have failed their way into a super team. Enough has been made of the series of events that led LeBron James and Kevin…

NBA Preview: Southeast Division

NBA Preview: Southeast Division

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09/09/2014

In one of surprises of the offseason, the Southeast division has become one of the league’s least predictable, with some serious potential to produce surprises come playoff time. Miami Heat One must start the conversation with the Miami Heat, the squad that won this division the last four years. Obviously, with LeBron James gone to…

Women’s soccer wallops Wolfpack, tames Tigers

Women’s soccer wallops Wolfpack, tames Tigers

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09/04/2014

The Georgetown women’s soccer team (3-0-1, 0-0 Big East) defeated North Carolina State (1-2-0, 0-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) this past weekend in dominating fashion by thrashing the Wolfpack 6-0.  While the visitors were certainly capable of competing with the Hoyas, some bad luck early in the game put them behind 1-0. After only 11 minutes,…

NBA Preview: The Atlantic Division

NBA Preview: The Atlantic Division

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09/03/2014

To start the NBA season preview, one might as well begin with the most depressing division in the NBA, the remarkably mediocre Atlantic Division. The woeful Atlantic features a second tier playoff team in the East as its best club. Next come two over-extended and cash-strapped teams who would love to make the playoffs but…

Borowitz Repor: Pacers Lose Appeal

Borowitz Repor: Pacers Lose Appeal

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04/10/2014

Before the season started in the fall, I had gleefully pronounced that I thought the Indiana Pacers would win the NBA title. This prediction was what you would call a “sexy pick,” since Indiana would be as close to a starless championship team as the league has ever seen. Yet from an outside perspective, Indiana…

Women’s lax snaps streak

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04/09/2014

Despite struggling during the last few games, the Georgetown women’s lacrosse team defeated Big East rival Marquette last Saturday, ending a six game skid that saw the Hoyas struggle to play up to competition. The Blue and Gray improved to 4-7 (1-1 Big East) following the 12-5 victory over the Marquette Golden Eagles. Meanwhile, the…

Scintillating Spurs Silence Silly Naysayers

Scintillating Spurs Silence Silly Naysayers

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04/04/2014

Despite fan enthusiasm for the Okahoma City Thunder, the Indiana Pacers, and any residual belief in the Miami Heat, the best team in the NBA is, once again, the San Antonio Spurs. For whatever reason, basketball’s intelligentsia decided to underrate San Antonio following their heartbreaking loss in the 2013 NBA Finals. The rationale was that…

Post Madness: 2014 Draft Best Ever?

Post Madness: 2014 Draft Best Ever?

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03/27/2014

As the NBA season begins to wind down, the teams like Philadelphia and Milwaukee that have successfully gone about demolishing their rosters have distinguished themselves in the race to tank. Other squads like Detroit and Cleveland now find themselves in the NBA’s unenviable middle ground. They’re not bad enough to get a valuable draft pick,…

Baseball falls to Towson

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03/27/2014

  The Georgetown baseball team fell to 9-12 on the season following a three-game series against Towson that saw the Hoyas lose two out of three. The Hoyas started their series against Towson on a strong note, taking the first game at home 6-2. Unfortunately, the Hoyas struggled mightily over the next two games, being…

Borowitz Repor: Philly looks to the future

Borowitz Repor: Philly looks to the future

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03/20/2014

When the Philadelphia 76ers started the season on a stunning winning streak, the basketball world took notice. Philadelphia began with a remarkable come-from-behind victory over the defending champion Miami Heat, led by a performance from rookie Michael Carter-Williams, who looked like a seasoned veteran for much of the contest. Experts began talking about Philadelphia as…

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