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Scouting The Atlantic: Boston Celtics

The New York Knicks’ roster underwent significant change for the 3rd summer in a row under Phil Jackson. With the trade for Derrick Rose and Justin Holiday and free agent signings of Joakim Noah, Brandon Jennings, Mindaugus Kuzminskis and Willy Hernangomez, among others, the hope and expectation is that this version of the Knicks will deliver a playoff berth after a 3-year absence and the first in Phil Jackson’s tenure as president of basketball operations. 1,549 more words

New York Knicks

"Ben Simmons' True NBA Skill"

When watching Ben Simmons during Summer League, there’s a clear, NBA skill on display each time he’s on the court. It’s natural. It’s unforced. It’s beautiful. 289 more words

NBA

Bruins Signing Backes Defines Cap Era NHL

(Source: CSNNE.com) – “The Bruins signed rugged, productive center David Backes to a five-year contract worth $6 million a year that will take the 32-year-old up until he’s 38. 617 more words

Boston Bruins

Photos: Fake Shark, Atlantic Division, Among Legends @ Smiling Buddha

Photos by: Rachael Robins –

Indie rock band Fake Shark, who released their newest single “Something Special”, earlier this month, which is the first taste of new music since their 2013 album, … 341 more words

Music

Scenarios For UofL Baseball DIvision/Conference Title Aspirations

The #5 Cards completed the sweep of #10/12 NCST this weekend at the Jim. So what does this mean in the overall landscape of the ACC? 438 more words

Louisville Athletics

Cancer society makes plea for donations in light of ruined daffodils

In light of the fact that more than 30,000 bouquets of daffodils were ruined before reaching Nova Scotia, the Canadian Cancer Society is reminding people that donations are still essential to their operations. 197 more words

News

2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Predictions: Eastern Conference

I decided to try and mix in a quick preview of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs while also preparing for our own playoffs, so we’ll see how this turns out…naturally this is the shortest one I’ve ever done. 1,051 more words

NHL