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Sports That Matters Powered By  INTERTOPS Sign-Up | Make a Deposit | Get Bonuses November 6, 2019 The No. 2 Kentucky Wildcats started their season with a win that will register well into March. Kentucky defeated the No. 1 Michigan State Spartans 69-62 at the 2019 Champions Classic on Tuesday at Madison Square Garden in New […]

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Sports That Matters July 3rd, 2019 Welcome back, it’s “HUMP” day already enjoy! 1. What’s New Gregory Shamus/Getty Images The Toronto Raptors haven’t backed off one centimeter and Drake is said to be mounting his own recruiting campaign on top of whatever the freshly minted champions are doing to convince Kahwi Leonard to stay. This […]

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Sports That Matters Brought to you by Site Ground June 14th, 2019 Welcome back have a great weekend! Congratulations to the Toronto Raptors for winning the NBA Championship for the first time! 1. What’s New Photo: Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors captured the country’s first major title in […]

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DUKE NOT RUSHING WILLIAMSON, KANSAS LOOKING FOR 15 STRAIGHT BIG-12 REGULAR SEASON TITLES

Photo: Sporting News Duke has no plans to shut down Zion Williamson after the freshman sensation suffered a knee injury earlier this week, according to coach Mike Krzyzewski. The Blue Devils coach explained Saturday after his team topped Syracuse, 75-65, that he hasn’t had any conversations with Williamson or his family about ending the forward’s collegiate […]

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Photo: (Getty Images) The most amazing thing about Tuesday night’s college basketball action, even more incredible than Duke’s comeback from a 23-point deficit, was that everyone watching on television got the identical picture of doom for “the Commonwealth’s” two top-25 teams. A television camera affixed to the top of the goal at Kentucky’s Rupp Arena […]