Monthly Archives: March 2018

Nova Defeats Kansas to Advance to Championship Game

Villanova simply couldn’t miss tonight.  Hitting 18 3s which is the most ever in a final four game. Kansas hit the first shot of the game to go up 2-0 and then an Eric Paschall 3 would give Villanova the lead which they would never give up. Paschall was almost perfect tonight going 10-11 from the field scoring 24 points.

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Why you’ll see the Michigan Wolverines in the NCAA Championship Game.

The Wolverines have a record of 32-7, 13-5 in conference. They’ve beaten Montana, Houston, and Texas A&M so far in March, and will face the cinderella team Loyola-Chicago tomorrow for a trip to the Final.   First off, Loyola-Chicago is THE Cinderella team. They haven’t been in the tournament since 1963 and have never reached this far (obviously). They’ve had their

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Why Kansas will win it all

The Final 4 is among us. 4 teams have battled through tough opponents, buzzer beaters, and nonstop action the last month. On Saturday, Loyola- Chicago will take on Michigan and Kansas will take on Villanova, all looking to take one step closer to winning the National Championship. All 4 teams have a great chance to win, but this is why

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Dan Hurley, Savior of UConn Basketball

The atmosphere surrounding the UConn Mens team for the past two years has been flat. The team started the 2016-2017 season ranked #18 and full of hype. They proceeded to lose to Wagner and Northeastern at Gampel Pavillion to start the season 0-2. Injuries plagued the team the rest of the season and they finished with a losing record of

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Mat Mlodzinski’s NBA Draft Board 1.0

Marvin Bagley III Deandre Ayton Michael Porter Jr. Luka Doncic Jaren Jackson Jr. Wendell Carter Mo Bamba Trae Young Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Robert Williams Miles Bridges Kevin Knox Mikal Bridges Collin Sexton Keita Bates-Diop Lonnie Walker Hamidou Diallo Zhaire Smith Gary Trent Jr. Dzanan Musa Khyri Thomas Anfernee Simmons Chandler Hutchinson Mitchell Robinson Trevon Duval Troy Brown Jerome Robinson De’Andre Hunter

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