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Postcard from Minneapolis: When my inner child went crazy

At the Final Four, the games occupy just two of five days of events. There are press conferences, locker room sessions, celebrations of the game, parties — and three basketball games. One of the many events taking place within this packed five days is the announcement of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class.

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Postcards from San Antonio: When A Hall of Fame Announcement Connects to Childhood

He did it. Ray Allen will be enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2018. This is obviously a much-deserved honor as Allen is, in my opinion, the greatest pure shooter in the history of basketball.

However, when I hear the name Ray Allen, I am still […]

Weekly Roundup: Nov 14-21

Charlotte Wilder (@TheWilderThings) of SB Nation writes on absurdity and beauty of college football games played at Fenway Park in Boston.

Howard Beck (@HowardBeck) of Bleacher Report profiles LeBron James and the current state of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Zack Huffman (@zhuffman) of Vice Sports tells the story of five Kennesaw State football cheerleaders who started kneeling during the […]

Weekly Roundup: May 30th-June 5th

Seth Davis looks back on his 22 years with Sports Illustrated in his final article with the magazine.

Tommy Caldwell writes in Outside that he fears for his close friend, climber Alex Honnold, after he became the first person to free solo climb El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.

Luke O’Neil of Esquire writes about […]