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TOR: Kevin Durant’s Decision Will Save the NBA

No matter what your take is on the role super teams play in the NBA, you must admit the NBA has a serious problem. The issue facing the NBA is simple. It is the core of every sporting league in existence; competitiveness. The NBA is no longer a cutthroat league. The past several years the…… Continue reading TOR: Kevin Durant’s Decision Will Save the NBA

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Tor: The Five Moves That Will Make The Boston Celtics NBA Title Contenders

How the Celtics President of Basketball Operations, Danny Ainge can make the Celtics a legitimate threat to win it all in 2018. BOSTON- Nearly four years have passed since the Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets completed one of the most lopsided trades in NBA history. This still haunts the Nets to this day. It is…… Continue reading Tor: The Five Moves That Will Make The Boston Celtics NBA Title Contenders

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Chris Holtmann’s Path to the Top

How the humble beginnings of Butler’s head coach helped him grow into one of college basketball’s best leaders https://youtu.be/M_Wxgg1QZ9U INDIANAPOLIS- Chris Holtmann, current Butler University Men’s basketball coach, once had goals of becoming a psychology professor, yet now leads one of the country’s premier college basketball programs. Much of Holtmann’s success can be tracked to…… Continue reading Chris Holtmann’s Path to the Top

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No. 4 Butler ends season with Sweet 16 loss against No. 1 North Carolina

GRANT ANSCHUETZ |  SLUMP SPORTS *Post originally published on thebutlercollegian.com The No. 4 seed Butler Bulldogs lost to the No. 1 seed North Carolina Tar Heels 92-80 on March 24 in the FedExForum in Memphis, Tenn. With the Sweet 16 loss, Butler finished the season with a 25-9, 12-6 Big East record. “This is a sudden end to…… Continue reading No. 4 Butler ends season with Sweet 16 loss against No. 1 North Carolina

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Arizona Blows Past North Dakota, Will Meet St. Mary’s in Third Round

Philip Tor | Slump Sports Blogger SALT LAKE CITY — The Arizona Wildcats did not wait to display their dominance in this tournament. Sean Miller’s team came flying out of the locker room and would not stop running from the moment the ball was tossed up until the final buzzer. The North Dakota Fighting Hawks…… Continue reading Arizona Blows Past North Dakota, Will Meet St. Mary’s in Third Round