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Warriors Reach 73

May 8, 2016 6:55pm | Alessandra Jacimovic '18, Sports Editor

Last month, I wrote about the Warriors reaching 73 wins with cautious optimism. I had no reason to believe they wouldn’t accomplish the record, but it would have been pretty awkward to neglect any doubts. Luckily, none of that was actually necessary in the end […]

Madness in March: An Explanation

May 8, 2016 6:53pm | Odelia Putterman ’19, Sports Editor

When I first signed up to write about March Madness, I had no idea what it was. I had to nag my little brother and dad to explain it to me. Apparently, March Madness is when 68 college basketball teams come together to compete against each other in […]

The End of the Mamba Era

May 8, 2016 6:52pm | Julian Manyika '18, Sports Editor

2007 MVP, 4-time All-Star MVP, 2-time Finals MVP, 18-time All-Star, and 5-time NBA champion aren’t the first things that come to mind when I think of Kobe Bryant. When I think of Kobe, I don’t think of his 81-point game and his many other scoring […]

Bulldog Basketball Star Busted

April 29, 2016 2:35am | Chloe White '17, Blast From the Past Editor

The Yale University Men’s Basketball Team has been the center of a lot of controversy recently. The most widely known in the past month is their disheartening, bracket-busting upset win over Baylor in the first round of the NCAA March Madness tournament. The less talked-about, […]

March Madness Upsets

April 29, 2016 2:28am | Alessandra Jacimovic '18, Sports Editor

Each March, time (and work) almost seems to stop as people’s lives are consumed with the “madness” of the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship. This year was marked by the sheer number of upsets, many of which occurred in the early stages of the […]