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Posted on April 6th, 2019 in 2019 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four, Student Work by rgeneral

By Zach Griffith | @ZachGriffith17 Sports Capital Journalism Program MINNEAPOLIS – Duke freshman Zion Williamson was named Player of the Year by both the United States Basketball Writers Association and the Associated Press on Friday. Williamson, who is projected to be the number one pick in this year’s NBA Draft, first accepted the USBWA’s Oscar …

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Posted on June 13th, 2018 in Weekly Roundup by Jonathan Sauber

Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) of Sports Illustrated examines why the Golden State Warriors’ dynasty will keep going for the foreseeable future. Ari Wasserman (@AriWasserman) of The Athletic profiles Ohio State’s Tyreke Smith and the role of race in his recruitment. Sweeny Murti (@YankeesWFAN) takes an inning-by-inning look at the Houston Astros strange combined no-hitter. Chris Haynes …

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Posted on May 3rd, 2018 in Weekly Roundup by jaspears

Noam Scheiber (@noamscheiber) of The New York Times profiles Doris Burke and her rise to being one of the top analysts in the NBA. Matt Bonesteel (@MattBonesteel) of The Washington Post describes one of the more unique traditions in the NHL and how some Tennessee Titans players got involved with it. Brittany Bronson (@BrittanyBronso1) of …

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Posted on June 6th, 2017 in Weekly Roundup by Mark Alewine

Seth Davis looks back on his 22 years with Sports Illustrated in his final article with the magazine. Tommy Caldwell writes in Outside that he fears for his close friend, climber Alex Honnold, after he became the first person to free solo climb El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. Luke O’Neil of Esquire writes about …

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Posted on July 30th, 2016 in 2016 USA Basketball Exhibition (Chicago), Student Work by fgogola

By Frank Gogola | @FrankGogola Sports Capital Journalism Program CHICAGO – There’s no concealing the fact that this is Mike Krzyzewski’s most inexperienced Olympic team. There’s no LeBron James, Kobe Bryant or Chris Paul. In fact, Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Durant are the only players on the 12-man roster with Olympic experience. That doesn’t mean …

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