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Noah Vonleh Injury: Updates on Trail Blazers Forward's Recovery from Leg Surgery

Noah Vonleh’s preparation for the 2016-17 season has hit a speed bump, as the Portland Trail Blazers forward had to undergo surgery on his right leg. 286 more words

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Chris Bosh: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on Heat Star's Future

After missing the latter part of the past two seasons due to blood clots, Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh is pushing to play in 2016-17. 297 more words

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Predicting NBA Stat Leaders for Every Major Category During 2016-17 Season

Is the NBA about to become Russell Westbrook‘s personal plaything?

In the wake of Kevin Durant‘s departure to the Golden State Warriors, the Oklahoma City Thunder point guard is primed to pursue the championship belt of three different marquee stat categories—points, assists and steals per game. 106 more words

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NBA Counterparts for College Basketball's Top Shooting Guards

As much as the NCAA and its coaches would try to convince you otherwise, college basketball is essentially a free minor league for the NBA. Since players are no longer allowed to go straight from high school to the pros—unless they want to go overseas—that means spending at least one year in college, during which time NBA scouts can closely follow their development. 122 more words

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Derrick Rose Sexual Assault Accuser's Court Papers Say He Is 'Victim Blaming'

Court papers for a woman identified as Jane Doe who is suing New York Knicks point guard Derrick Rose and two others for alleged rape “is blasting him for ‘victim blaming’ by calling her the ‘sexual aggressor,'” per… 281 more words

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Joffrey Lauvergne to Thunder: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The Oklahoma City Thunder announced Tuesday they traded two protected second-round draft picks in 2017 to the Denver Nuggets for Joffrey Lauvergne.

The 24-year-old Frenchman tweeted about the deal: 261 more words

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Slave Narratives and Olaudah Equiano


Olaudah Equiano was a prominent African in London, a freed slave who supported the British movement to end the slave trade. His autobiography, published in 1789 and attracting wide attention, was considered highly influential in gaining passage of the Slave Trade Act 1807, which ended the African trade for Britain and its colonies. 45 more words

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