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A Tribute To John Beilein At Michigan

Nick Popio | May 15th, 2019

As the old saying goes -“you don’t know what you’ve got, until its gone.” Anyone that is remotely associated with Michigan can feel that sentiment hit a lot closer to home now that John Beilein is moving onward to the Cleveland Cavaliers. It leaves quite a hole behind that the Wolverines will not soon forget.

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Playoff Preview: Golden State Warriors vs Portland Trail Blazers

Pranav Ramasubramanian  | May 15th, 2019

The Golden State Warriors fought off a feisty Houston Rockets team in six games while the Portland Trail Blazers used their shooting to get past the Nuggets in seven games to get to the Western Conference Finals. Injuries have opened up this series and it may be closer than initially thought. Both teams are capable of putting up offensive fireworks giving them both a shot at the NBA Finals, here’s a look at how. Continue reading

The Unlikeliest of X-Factors

Josh Elias | May 14th, 2019

The series between Portland and Denver that just wrapped up should easily be remembered as one of the closest, most well-fought series in recent memory. Two moments seem very likely to really stand the test of time and be pointed to as defining stages of the battle between the two Northwest Division pseudo-rivals. Continue reading

John Beilein to the Cavs

Tom Greene | May 13th, 2019

Breaking News for you on this fine Monday Morning- Michigan Basketball head coach John Beilein has agreed to a five-year deal to become the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. To Michigan fans, this is an utter shock, and has people up north thinking, “Can I just hit the reset button on today?”

However, to the Cavs, the reaction is mixed. Allow me, a Michigan Fan, to break this down for you.

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Toronto and Philadelphia’s Game Seven Will Bring Salvation and Destruction

Kit Shepard | May 12th, 2019

The Toronto Raptors and the Philadelphia 76ers both prioritized the present over the future this season. By sacrificing continuity and steady progression for star power, both have transformed their rosters over the last 12 months to become true contenders. And after a chaotic six games between the two Eastern Conference heavyweights, they are each four quarters away from triumph or disaster.

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