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Golden State Warriors, Durant Look For Redemption in 2017

Kevin Durant’s departure from Oklahoma City will be the NBA’s biggest storyline to begin the 2016-2017 season. PHOTO/ Flickr Creative Commons – Derrick Story

By Sandy Mui Published: September 28th, 2016 The Golden State Warriors’ move to sign Kevin Durant this offseason was deemed surprising to many, but nevertheless marks the Warriors as the favorites for the championship in the 2016-2017 season. The Warriors shocked NBA fans last season after they failed to defend …

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After Slow Start, Women’s Soccer Dominates at Home

Senior and captain Jordan Kerwin has four goals and two assists to begin the season. PHOTO/ Damion Reid

By Adam Zaki Published: September 28th, 2016 After road trips to New Jersey and Whitewater, Wisconsin, the Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer team began their City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) play with a shaky 1-3 record. The Bulldogs’ first three contests resulted in their opponents outscoring them 18-0. …

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Chris Bosh Fails Preseason Physical, Career in Jeopardy

Wizards v/s Heat 03/30/11

By Samip Delhiwala Published: September 28th, 2016 Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh failed his preseason physical exam last Friday, and will not be cleared to participate in upcoming training camp activities after suffering from lingering blood clotting complications related to two season-ending blood clots in both 2015 and 2016. …

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Wawrinka and Kerber Claim First Career U.S. Open Singles Titles

Angelique Kerber claimed the No. 1 ranking after her first U.S. Open singles title. PHOTO/ Flickr Creative Commons - Naparazzi

By Samip Delhiwala Published: September 14th, 2016 In a sport that has been dominated by familiar names in recent years, two new players surged through challenging competition in front of thousands of tennis fans right here in the Big Apple. Germany’s Angelique Kerber solidified her No. 1 ranking by defeating …

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