Tag Archives: basketball

LA Clippers owner in trouble after comments

Allen Bridge, ‘Doah Staff Writer April 30, 2014 In today’s world of sports, racism is no longer a thought. African Americans have integrated into professional sports, like basketball, and have become a regular part of everyday life. In the NBA, which is a predominantly black professional sports league, racism was never a problem- that is until the owner of the

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Top ten athletes of all time

Allen Bridge, ‘Doah Staff Writer April 2, 2014 What makes an athlete great enough to be called one of the best in the game? What makes an athlete so great that they are not only one of the best in their sport, but one of the best athletes to ever walk on this earth? Many things go into consideration in

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March Madness: Final Four

Joe Bittner, ‘Doah Staff Writer April 2, 2014 Only four teams remain in the quest for a national championship. The tournament started with 68 teams, including the play-in games. Many teams failed to live up to their expectations while others exceeded. The Final Four is made up of the University of Florida Gators, University of Connecticut Huskies, University of Wisconsin

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Wear and tear on Kevin Ware’s tibia

Steven Walker, ‘Doah Staff Writer April 10, 2013  What a year it has been for the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament. Every year upsets surprise players and fans alike. However, this year, madness doesn’t even begin to describe the one “upset” that shocked our nation, Kevin Ware’s broken tibia. Louisville Cardinal Kevin Ware suffered a traumatizing injury in the NCAA regional

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