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Logan Schayes

Reporting from the NBA All-Star Game 9

  • Posted by: Logan Schayes
  • February 25, 2013, 1:08 PM

For all the basketball fans out there, you will love this!!!!!

Houston Rocks! I had a great time all weekend at the All-Star events. It seemed like the whole city was decorated for the games. There was cool stuff to do all day long. Many events that I went to were at the arena called the Toyota Center. The arena is really big and boss music was playing all the time. Not only did I get to go to the great events but I got to meet and interview many of my basketball heroes!

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Haley Smilow

Remembering Baseball's African-American Pioneers 20

  • Posted by: Haley Smilow
  • February 21, 2013, 8:27 PM

February is black history month. This made me think about the impact that African-Americans have had on the sports world. One of the biggest impacts, in my opinion, was the Negro Leagues. In August 2011, I was lucky enough to go to Kansas City to see a Royals vs. Yankees game. What I did not know was the history of baseball in K.C. is more then just the Royals.

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Logan Glick

LeBron vs. Jordan: Can Number 6 Win Six Like 23? 76

  • Posted by: Logan Glick
  • February 19, 2013, 4:29 PM

LeBron James and Michael Jordan, two of the NBA’s greatest legends, are heating up the airwaves again. NBA All-Star weekend was filled with open questions about the greatest player to ever play the game. James, at age 28, has one ring under his belt. More »

Will Forbes

Clayton Kershaw: Great Player, Great Person 21

  • Posted by: Will Forbes
  • February 14, 2013, 1:29 PM

When the Los Angeles Dodgers drafted 18-year-old Clayton Kershaw with the seventh overall pick in the 2006 MLB Draft, everyone knew the Dodgers were getting a great baseball player. He had gone 13-0 with a 0.77 ERA his senior year at Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas. Along with Tim Lincecum and Evan Longoria, Kershaw has been one of the stars of a strong draft class.

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Faizan Ali

Ray Lewis Goes Out with a Story Book Ending 29

  • Posted by: Faizan Ali
  • February 12, 2013, 2:23 PM

Well, the Baltimore Ravens are your 2013 champions of the world. But man, what a game that was. Now, if you didn’t watch it, here is a recap: The Ravens led going into halftime 21-6, and the first play of the second half was Jacoby Jones going for a 108-yard kickoff return. It was first a 109-yard return but they had changed it to 108. Anyway, after that a power outage happened with about 7:49 to go in the third quarter. More »

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