1. Practice Makes Perfect: Ronnie Brewer Is the SG the Bulls Were Asking For

    In an era where player movement and “super teams” dominate basketball, Ronnie Brewer reminds us of the power of practice...

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  2. Chicago Bulls: Best Move This Offseason is No Move at All

    The Chicago Bulls fell short this season. They were outplayed by the Miami Heat who proved that the Bulls were not the best team in the league...

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  3. Michigan Basketball Proves a Bright Future Is Ahead

    In a valiant effort against top-seeded Duke, the Michigan Wolverines fell an inch short of forcing overtime. This loss was no surprise, but Duke received more trouble than they expected...

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  4. Hockey Fighting: How It Looks to an Outsider

    In short, it looks like professional wrestling—it’s fake. I only became a hockey fan in the last two or three years, so I haven’t been immersed in its culture for long...

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  5. Chicago Bulls Surpass Boston Celtics for First Place in the East: What's Ahead?

    A 98-79 win over the Washington Wizards Tuesday night lifted the Chicago Bulls to the top of the Eastern Conference with 16 games remaining. Things are looking bright for Chicago ...

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  6. Princeton Earns NCAA Tournament Bid in a Thrilling Finish with Harvard

    It doesn’t get any more “March Madness” than this. After playing down for most of the game, the Princeton Tigers clawed their way back to take their first lead with just under five-and-a-half minutes to go...

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  7. Why You Should Root for the Ivy League Representative in the NCAA Tournament

    The entire nation, with the exception of Duke fans, was rooting for Butler in last year’s NCAA championship game. Whenever a mid-major squares up with a college basketball powerhouse, it’s a classic David vs...

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