Sports

What To Do About Nerlens Noel

When the Dallas Mavericks sent Justin Anderson, Andrew Bogut, and what should end up being two second round picks to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for a young rim protector in Nerlens Noel, the storyline surrounding the deal was that Dallas had swindled the Sixers front office. Over the remainder of the season, Noel would see action in 22 games for the Mavericks, averaging 8.5 points, 6.8 rebounds, and a block per contest. In those 22 games, he would start just 12 times and continue battling nagging injuries. It wasn’t stellar by any means, but there were flashes of what could be, and for Dallas, that was more than enough.

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College Football

Final Thoughts on Bob Stoop’s Legacy at Oklahoma

After writing last week about Bob Stoops’s surprising retirement just three months before the beginning of the college football season, Darreck Kirby decided he had a little more to say on the matter. Check it out here!

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Pop Culture

PSG: Let’s Play Axiom Verge – Part 9

Lots of wandering but some new shit as well, so that’s good at least. The hypo atomizer certainly will prove useful -I just need to figure out where the hell to go so I can use it!

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College Basketball

March Madness: The Final Act

And then there were two. Josh Wiggins chronicles the journey to the championship for Duke and Wisconsin.

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