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Dallas Mavericks' PA Announcer Suspended

The NBA issued a two-game suspension to Dallas Mavericks public-address announcer Sean Heath for criticizing officiating via twitter following the Mavs’ 122-120 overtime loss to the Golden State Warriors on April 1. 141 more words

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How Did I Miss This? NAACP National Champions?

How did I miss this?

Usually I’m all over stories like these but this one somehow got by me. We all know by now that the UConn Huskies were crowned champions of the NCAA men’s tournament Monday night but according to of Fox News Networks’ Heather Childers the Huskies were actually crowned NAACP Champs! 28 more words

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Woods Out Of Masters After Back Surgery

UNDATED (AP) — Tiger Woods will miss the Masters for the first time in his career after having surgery on his back.

Woods said on his website that he had surgery Monday in Utah for a pinched nerve that had been hurting him for several months. 87 more words

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Freeman & Heyward Lead Braves Past Brewers 5-2

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Freddie Freeman hit a pair of solo home runs and Jason Heyward added a two-run shot to back a solid outing by Alex Wood and power the Atlanta Braves to a 5-2 victory over the Brewers on Tuesday night. 90 more words

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Thinking About Getting Engaged At Your Favorite MLB Stadium?

Have you ever thought about getting engaged at your favorite MLB Stadium? Swimmingly.com reached out to all 30 teams to find out how much it would cost for an in game proposal… 615 more words

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ICYMI: Keith Sailor Talks National Music Scholarship Fair

On the 3-28-14 edition of the HBCU Report we were joined by Keith Sailor founder of the National Music Scholarship Fair.

The NMSF offers an event like no other! 131 more words

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76ers Tie NBA Record For Consecutive Losses

(AP) — The Philadelphia 76ers already owned the NBA record for most losses in a season, doing it 41 years ago. They now share the league mark for most consecutive losses after James Harden torched them for a triple-double in just three quarters of Houston’s 120-98 blowout over the Sixers. 58 more words

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