Remembering Boston Celtics Legend John Havlicek

By Olivia Koravos John Joseph Havlicek, former NBA star who played every season of his career with the Celtics, accumulating an incredible 16 years in the NBA, passed away in late Apr. 2019 at the age of 79. Havlicek won eight championships for Boston, with only two other players in Celtics history winning more than him. According to Tim Bontemps […]

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The Lives of Division III College Athletes

By Kurtis Kendall For the Love of the Game We often hear a lot about division one (D1) athletes on a nationwide scale. Many of these individuals we watch on TV, cheering for or against them while we take in the game before us. We debate about where these athletes might get drafted, perhaps hoping for one of them to […]

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Virginia Wins Men’s First National Basketball Title

By Jaly Marquez Last year, the Virginia Cavaliers experienced a huge upset as the first No. 1 seed to lose to a 16 seed in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. This year, the Cavaliers had mounting pressures to try and redeem themselves after an unfortunate early finish the year prior. It’s safe to say that they did, in fact, redeem […]

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No Matter What Happens, the Celtics Are Set for the Future

By Kurtis Kendall The Boston Celtics find themselves in a very positive situation for their future. This season will largely be determined by what Boston does in the playoffs, with their early season struggles and team drama getting pushed to the side. Once the seven-game series’ start, those are the only results that will really matter for this team. While […]

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March Madness 101

By Jaly Marquez Sports fans all love March because if you have any real love for college basketball you live for March Madness. March Madness is the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament. It is highly anticipated because it is a single-elimination tournament of 68 teams that each compete in seven different rounds for the national championship. To be able […]

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