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Tacko Fall to Work Out for Knicks

The New York Knicks will reportedly host former UCF center Tacko Fall for a private workout at the team’s training center in Tarrytown, New York. 497 more words

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Player Likeness for NCAA

The announcement the NCAA is looking into allowing players to get paid for their likeness was a HUGE deal over the past week. The biggest voices have come from gamers, all are praying for the return of the beloved college football and basketball video games. 400 more words

College Sports

Review: The Duke in My Bed by Amelia Grey (2015)

Heirs Club of Scoundrels, Book 1

Heat Factor: Moderately coercive

Character Chemistry: Loathing each other, longing for each other

Plot: Dissolute Duke makes a vow to marry a dying man’s sister… 749 more words

Review

Trail Blazers Reveal Plan for Seth Curry to Tell Mom if Steph Beats Him Too Badly

by Alex Poletti

In a press conference after Thursday’s loss to the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, Portland head coach Terry Stotts unveiled his plan to defend against two-time MVP Steph Curry by having his younger brother, Trail Blazers guard Seth Curry, tell their mom Steph is beating him up. 421 more words

Basketball

Zion to New Orleans, Even Though He Really Wants to Stay at Duke Another Year

Every college basketball fan’s worst nightmare was almost realized and we didn’t even know it. Zion Williamson actually wanted to go back to Duke for another year. 414 more words

NBA

One Night of Surrender - Darcy Burke

After one passionate night a decade ago, Valentine Fairfax, Duke of Eastleigh, never forgot Isabelle, the intelligent, witty and forbidden daughter of a head of college at Oxford. 419 more words

Romance

If the NCAA were Smart (They’re Not) They Could Get Zion to Stay at Duke

Zion Williamson was QUICKLY whisked out of the room after Pelicans were announced the winner of the draft lottery. Source said the former Duke star was rooting to go to New York, but now is going to New Orleans.

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