• NCAA Basketball: Beginning of Season Bracketology
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    East 1 Duke 16 Fairleigh Dickinson Knights/ Norfolk State Spartans 8 Georgetown 9 NC State 5 UCLA 12 Akron 4 Iowa State 13 Vanderbilt 6 Texas 11 Monmouth 3 Louisville 14 Florida Gulf Coast 7 Texas A&M 10 Ohio State 2 Virginia 15 Belmont Final Four Prediction: The team going to the Final Four in […]

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  • NBA Eastern Conference Predictions
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    Atlantic Division   Boston Celtics  2015-2016 Record: 48-34 2016-2017 Record Prediction: 55-27 With the addition of a top rookie named Jaylen Brown (Right) and a veteran free-agent Al Horford, the Boston Celtics will be a top contender in the east this season. While losing Center, Jared Sullinger and Shooting Guard Evan Turner, they will still […]

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