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New York Sports Weekly Awards

What a week it was for our beloved New York teams. This week, we see the dethroning of the best team, and a repeat for player of the week. 477 more words

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"The Pulse" With Bull & Fox Monday 3/30: Cavs' Win Over 76ers, WWE WrestleMania 31, Cubs' Bryant to Start in Minors

Bull & Fox go around the sports world and give “The Pulse” including the Cavs’ one-point win over the 76ers despite not scoring a field goal in the final four minutes of the game, the playoff outlook as it stands right now, WWE WrestleMania 31 and the Cubs’ decision to keep Kris Bryant in the minor leagues to start the season. 6 more words

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Nets Keep Up Playoff Push, Beat Lakers For 3rd Straight Win

NEW YORK (AP) — Brook Lopez had 30 points and 11 rebounds, and the Brooklyn Nets kept up their playoff push by beating the Los Angeles Lakers 107-99 on Sunday for their third straight victory. 279 more words

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Handicapping the Race for Eighth in the East

It’s nearly April, and several teams are fighting for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Sure, these teams have sub-.500 records, but the playoff push brings out the best in teams late in the season, especially in head-to-head matchups. 1,449 more words

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Nets keep up playoff push, beat Lakers for 3rd straight win

NEW YORK (AP) — Brook Lopez had 30 points and 11 rebounds, and the Brooklyn Nets kept up their playoff push by beating the Los Angeles Lakers 107-99 on Sunday for their third straight victory. 109 more words

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Nets keep up playoff push, beat Lakers for 3rd straight win

Alan Anderson patrolled the locker room area in a Michigan State hat, screaming “Spartan!” so loudly that his teammates wondered how they could live with him for the next week. 663 more words

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Nets beat Lakers 107-99

The Brooklyn Nets outplayed the Lakers and won 107-99.

Scoring Leaders:

Lakers: Jordan Clarkson was 7/14 with 18 PTS

Nets: Brook Lopez was 13/22 with 30 PTS and 11 REB, Joe Johnson was 7/14 with 18 PTS, and Markel Brown was 6/11 with 17 PTS

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