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NBA preview

NBA preview

Sean Markisic, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

There is so much to look forward to this coming NBA season. The best teams over the past few seasons have been the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The top players of the Warriors, Stephen Curry (25.3pts, 4.5Reb, 6.6Ast), Kevin Durant (25.1pts, 8.3Reb, 4.8Ast) and Klay Thompson (22.3pts,...

Golden State vs Cleveland: The Trilogy

Golden State vs Cleveland: The Trilogy

Winston Traverz, Reporter

June 2, 2017


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

For the third time in as many years, the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers will face each other in the NBA Finals. With both teams claiming one victory, the third time around might be the best series yet. Both teams have shown the world what they are capable of by steamrolling their way...

NBA: Before Playoffs Edition

NBA: Before Playoffs Edition

Winston Tarvares

March 28, 2017


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

As mid April rapidly approaches, the NBA Playoffs race has stirred up significantly with many teams making a late season push to try and join the Association’s big dance. The top seed in the East is currently up for grabs as the Celtics sit tied the first seed, and the Wizards who now sit third in...

NBA: Past the Halfway Point

NBA: Past the Halfway Point

Winston Tavarez, Journalist

January 30, 2017


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

Since the last edition of THE NEW DEALER, a lot has changed throughout the NBA landscape. As we move past the halfway point of the season, and with the all star game rapidly approaching, many surprising headlines have surfaced. At the beginning of the season many basketball enthusiast believed that the ...

NBA Basketball: A Great Start

NBA Basketball: A Great Start

Winston Tavarez, Reporter

November 28, 2016


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

The NBA season has been underway for a little over three weeks now, however, there has been no shortage of impressive storylines and eye popping statistics. The NBA offseason featured a lot of changes that were crucial to the start of the season. The most notable change that took place was free agent ...

The Decider

The Decider

Kevin Shomonov, Fantasy Football Analyst

October 4, 2015


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

Forget everything you thought you knew about fantasy football going into the 2015 season. Maybe not everything, but we’re only four weeks in, and there have been plenty surprises happening. Some owners already need a huge comeback, for the setbacks of the last four weeks. Don’t worry; The Decider...

The NFL Draft

The NFL Draft

Adam Agababayev, Reporter

June 3, 2014


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

Football has been quiet ever since the beating the Seattle Seahawks gave to the Denver Broncos. Once the Superbowl ends every year, NFL talks dim down as focuses on ESPN turn to the NBA and MLB. But all Football fans are revived once the annual NFL Draft arrives. The 2014 NFL Draft was packed with talent,...

NCAA Tournament Does Not Disappoint- Again!

NCAA Tournament Does Not Disappoint- Again!

Adam Agababayev, Reporter

April 23, 2014


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

It was madness. MARCH MADNESS. The 2014 NCAA tournament finishes with a bang, but before I skip to the end, let’s take a look at how it started and most importantly, what upsets played out. The tournament began with Ohio State University vs. Dayton University. This 11th seeded Dayton team was a...

Men’s College Basketball: Freshman Insider

Men’s College Basketball: Freshman Insider

Adam Agababayev, Reporter

December 10, 2013


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

As we head into the NBA season, we also head into the NCAA Men’s Basketball season. This year should be an exciting one; there are many freshmen worth keeping your eyes glued on. Players such as Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins are two “ballers” fans should watch out for. Andrew Wiggins w...

Jets and Giants

Jets and Giants

Adam Agababayev, Reporter

October 11, 2013


Filed under Pro-Sports, Sport

There are two types of people in this world. One type: the people that wait for the  Fall to drink hot chocolate, wear comfy sweaters, and celebrate Halloween. The other type:  the people that wait for Sunday, Monday, and Thursday Football. As we head into the school year, we also head into the NFL...

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