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The only mystery surrounding the top pick in this year’s N.B.A. draft was resolved a month ago. On May 16, the San Antonio Spurs won the draft lottery, giving them the opportunity — or, perhaps more aptly, the obligation — to select Victor Wembanyama with the first overall pick. Wembanyama, a 7-foot-4 French superstar, is
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Only four games remain in the 2022-23 EuroLeague Women season, as the competition’s Final Four (postseason semifinals) tips-off Friday, pitting Fenerbahçe Alagöz Holding against Beretta Famila Schio and CBK Mersin Yenişehir Bld against ZVVZ USK Praha. The winners will then meet for the EuroLeague Women Championship on Sunday with a third-place game also being held
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We continue our conference preview series with the SEC. Here is a look at each team in order of predicted finish according to the preseason coaches poll. 2021-22 record: 35-2 (overall), 15-1 (conference) Players to watch (preseason All-SEC list): Aliyah Boston (First Team and preseason Player of the Year), Zia Cooke (First), Victaria Saxton (Second)
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We continue our conference preview series with the Big 12. Here is a look at each team in order of predicted finish according to the preseason coaches poll. Players to watch (preseason All-Big 12 list): Ashley Joens (First Team), Emily Ryan (First), Lexi Donarski (First) The Cyclones had loftier expectations than just one Sweet Sixteen
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In Part 1 of a three-part podcast, The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo and Joe House for the annual NBA over/unders podcast. They make their picks for regular season win totals in the Western conference! Host: Bill SimmonsGuests: Ryen Russillo and Joe HouseProducer: Kyle Crichton In Part 2, Bill Simmons, Ryen Russillo,
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The second of two regular-season matchups between the Celtics and Warriors is best remembered for Steph Curry’s second-quarter injury. Marcus Smart went nosediving for a loose ball, rolled up on Curry’s foot, and the resulting sprain threatened to derail the Warriors’ season. It didn’t. Jordan Poole exploded into another tier during the month Curry missed.
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The Las Vegas rehauled their front office this offseason, bringing in Becky Hammon as head coach and Natalie Williams as general manager to replace Bill Laimbeer and Dan Padover, respectively. They also lost veterans Liz Cambage and Angel McCoughtry in free agency. Those are dramatic changes for a team that finished with the second-best record
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