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Recapping Week 3 of College Basketball: Duke Goes Down, Kansas Outlasts Tennessee, Next Week’s Best Games, and More!

Auburn Makes Duke Look Mortal

Before Duke was beaten by Gonzaga the next night, Auburn made them look like they definitely weren’t unbeatable.  Duke won 78-72 but Auburn definitely could have won.  If I were an Auburn fan I would have been extremely frustrated.  Auburn could have pulled off a memorable upset but didn’t because they didn’t box out, threw dumb alley-oops, and tried to match Duke’s style of play.  Nobody has the athleticism to come close to beating Duke at their own game.

Despite these repeated mistakes, the Tigers still looked good.  Jared Harper proved that he is among the best point guards in the country.  He’s an excellent shooter and passer and finished with 22 points and 6 assists while shooting 6-10 from three-point range.  Austin Wiley impressed me off the bench.  The junior center played physical and put up 17 points and 9 rebounds in just 19 minutes. Continue Reading!

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NHL Offseason Grades: Part One

By Danny Kraft

Anaheim Ducks

The Ducks have had a fairly uneventful offseason; they have let go of some older players (Francois Beauchemin, Kevin Bieksa, Antoine Vermette) to clear cap space. The big resigning of this year was Adam Henrique, who came from New Jersey and got a five-year extension worth more than $5 million per year. In the last five years, he has scored 20 or more goals four times. Anaheim has also picked up Brian Gibbons, Carter Rowney, Luke Schenn, and Andrej Sustr.

Grade B-

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Inside the Vegas Golden Knights’ Historic Debut

By Thomas Jeffrey

Last summer the NHL conducted an expansion draft to fill the league’s newest member, the Las Vegas Golden Knights. Hockey fans were just excited to get a new team, especially in a big city like Las Vegas. However, none of those fans expected the Knights to win 51 games and the Pacific division.The Golden Knights have put together arguably the most debut season for a new franchise of any sport in history, and here’s how they did it.

In order for a hockey team to have a chance at being successful, they have to have a good goaltender. Read Full Article Here!