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4 Downs: Cowboys VS Dolphins

After a slow first half the Dallas Cowboys picked up steam in the third quarter scoring two quick touchdowns on their way to a 31-6 win over the Miami Dolphins to move to 3-0 on the season. We take a look at the four biggest takeaways from today’s win. 1. Defensive Line Despite missing starters, […]

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Design
Fashion

Leave for the far world of grammar

Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control about the blind texts it is an almost unorthographic life One day however a small line of blind text by the name of Lorem Ipsum decided to leave for the far World of Grammar. The Big Oxmox advised her not to do so, because there were thousands of bad Commas, wild Question Marks and devious Semikoli, but the Little Blind Text didn’t listen.

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NBA News
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The Exclusive Eight: No. 6, the Houston Rockets

The Houston Rockets have dealt with a lot of growing pains after losing Chris Paul and acquiring Russell Westbrook in what seems like a last-ditch effort to make a run at an NBA title under Mike D’Antoni. The duo of Westbrook and James Harden seemed to be a match made in heaven through the first […]

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College Basketball
College Football
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Sports

JUCO Football moves to spring, could the NCAA follow?

News broke Monday that the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced that it will move its football season to the spring and delay basketball until January. This is huge as they become the first conference, league or football entity to flat out move it’s season. All across the various levels of the NCAA schools […]

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Inside Thunder

The mental state of the Black Athlete in America Pt. 1: The Wayside

Mental Health. Two words that are bypassed and unaddressed in the black community. The stigma of mental health as a black man usually carries a negative connotation. The concept of self-care is often misconstrued as being selfish. The risk of backlash leaves Black men in a limbo state, either risking vulnerability confronting their issues or […]

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Los Angeles Sparks
WNBA News

How the Sparks are navigating the bubble so far

From integrating another coach miles away to keeping sane in the bubble, the Sparks have been maintaining themselves. It has been almost a week since the league has departed to the IMG Academy. Traveling parties have been quarantined for most of the week and training camp has just begun on Friday. As practices have just […]

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Sports

The Exclusive Eight: No. 7, the Miami Heat

The seventh team on this list presents the second-biggest surprise on this list. No one expected the Oklahoma City Thunder to even compete for a playoff spot, yet they’re solidly in the mix. The same goes for the Miami Heat, who are just a tick better than the Thunder. 7th, Miami Heat: (41-24) Pat Riley […]

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Inside Thunder

The Exclusive Eight: No. 8, the Oklahoma City Thunder

The impending NBA bubble is just a few weeks away, and the excitement is brewing. It’s brewing for us all, and that’s why we couldn’t help but to curate who we believe are the best teams in the bubble. We’ll call them the “Exclusive Eight.” As you probably assumed, there are eight teams that we’ll […]

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Inside Thunder
Sports

Did the NBA hiatus benefit OKC, or stunt their growth?

The NBA bubble has finally come to fruition in Orlando, FL, with 22 NBA teams occupying Disney World for a three-month extravaganza of basketball that we’ve never witnessed before. The Oklahoma City Thunder flew into Orlando on Wednesday afternoon, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander inked his first shoe deal with Converse. Sorry, I had to sneak in […]

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