ATHLETIC VOICE: East vs. West, the power struggle

November 2, 2017

By RENE ESCOBAR As 16 former All-Star players have moved organizations, an imbalance of power is in flux within the NBA in the new season. The Eastern conference of the NBA possessed promising intrigue at the start of the season, but that potential train has derailed. On opening night, the Boston Celtics were at the […]

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ATHLETIC VOICE: Raise NBA age limit

April 20, 2017

By RENE ESCOBAR As the men’s college basketball season ends, work for the players is just beginning. The dreams for these athletes is starting to become a reality. The National Basketball Association has begun sending invitations to the nation’s top prospects to attend the combine where scouts, coaches, and general managers find their next franchise […]

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Which pro dunk was best?

February 16, 2017

By RENE ESCOBAR The NBA Slam Dunk Contest, one of the greatest athletic competitions, will feature the best dunkers the league has to offer on Feb. 18 in New Orleans. The dunk contest has showcased some of the most spectacular feats in sports, but which was the greatest ever? We’re not talking one dunk but […]

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Athletic Voice: Which NBA team was best ever?

April 21, 2016

By CASEY MUSE JR. and JASON WEIR We could write all day about the greatest team in NBA history, but let’s get right to the point. CM: As a fan, I never thought a team would look as dominant as the Golden State Warriors this season. It has to be the greatest team of all […]

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ATHLETIC VOICE: Court storming must end

March 24, 2016

By JASON WEIR The home team plays its division rival, a team that won the conference tourney for the last six years. This time the home team is ahead when the final horn sounds, and jubilant fans storm the court. Sports fans have seen the moment many times and debated it for years. Those against […]

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Sports Analysis- This decade: the evolution of sports

September 17, 2015

By BETO HOYOS Now I know 2005 doesn’t seem like that long ago, but in the world of sports much has changed and some things have stayed the same. Players and teams have had their fair share of triumphs and tribulations. In February of 2005 the New England Patriots won the Superbowl when they defeated […]

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Sports Analysis: Basketball players need more time in college

April 23, 2015

By WILL WILLCOXSON In a dream world, our favorite college basketball stars would keep their talents at our schools as long as possible. But in today’s world of college sports, the majority of the great players break for the opportunity to shine in the NBA. The current rule set by the National College Players Association […]

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NBA Jam redux is on fire

November 9, 2010

By JAMES KELLEY Let’s face it: sports games, especially basketball games, are just not as fun as watching sports. They are usually one game and done. But the new NBA Jam, already out for Wii and coming soon to Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, is so addicting that I have to watch the clock […]

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