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    @RadioJoeSports: 18 years of... - Ray being traded for the Glove, Glove leaves - False hope during Redd Era - #FearTheDeer season, but B…

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    @AdamMKaufman: Can. Not. Wait. #Celtics #Bucks https://t.co/UQ5v4XtUcs

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  • @detnewsRodBeard: I'll remind people that the dominant player in the #Pistons-#Bucks series was a No. 15 pick in the 2013 draft. Only fi…

  • @AdamMKaufman: The #Celtics are ready for the #Bucks... https://t.co/MuJu3lbhDI

  • @__taylordecker: My dude isn’t a slob. Save that title for big daddy and the boys. #bucks https://t.co/QRtTKA6Uh6

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  • @LewisCox_star: Shaun Whalley and Ryan Barnett. Town wing wizards of the past, present and future. Twelve years apart but good friends a…

  • @RadioJoeSports: And think about all of the stupid contracts the #Bucks handed out over that stretch... - Drew Gooden - John Salmons - L…

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  • @_YoungGamble: @EBled2 Logo Hats available now! https://t.co/PzxowMS33S #FearTheDeer #TheBledShow #Bucks https://t.co/fyYTm8a3wt

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  • @AdamMKaufman: If Terry Rozier doesn't show up to Game 1 in Milwaukee in a Drew Bledsoe jersey, we've all failed. #Celtics #Bucks

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Las Vegas gives Clippers 100-to-1 odds to beat Warriors in first round

    If you happen to have a premonition that the Los Angeles Clippers will somehow beat the Golden State Warriors, run, don't walk to Las Vegas. The SuperBook of Westgate Las Vegas has dropped a whopping 100-to-1 odds on the Clippers to upset the NBA's two-time defending champs, per ESPN. On the other side, the Warriors are -50,000 favorite to advance to the second round, meaning you would have to put up $50,000 to get $100 back on a bet.
    14 Apr @ 10AM

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  • NBA peers name Bucks' Mike Budenholzer as Coach of the Year

    He led the Milwaukee Bucks to an NBA-best 60-22 record this year, and now Mike Budenholzer is being recognized by his peers for this accomplishment and other accolades. According to the association, Budenholzer was named the 2019 recipient of the Michael H. Goldberg NBCA Coach of the Year honors. Mike Budenholzer in his first year as head coach of the Bucks, led the franchise to the top record in the entire NBA.
    13 Apr @ 11PM

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  • Celtics favored to beat Pacers, six percent chance to make NBA Finals

    Celtics favored to beat Pacers, six percent chance to make NBA Finals originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com The Boston Celtics entered the 2018-19 season as the favorites to win the Eastern Conference. However, after a regular season that saw them fall short of expectations, their odds to win the Eastern Conference and the NBA Finals are in the middle of the pack. According to Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight, the Celtics have the ninth-best chance of winning the Finals with a mark of less than one percent.
    13 Apr @ 1PM

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  • The NBA Playoffs Are Here. And We Have Thoughts.

    That's subjective, I know, but they have a pretty big hill to climb — having to win three road series against three VERY good teams (likely Milwaukee, Toronto and Golden State, in that order) even if they get past Indiana. chris.herring: I'll be honest: I'm not very amped about the East's first round at all. But that second round will probably be eons better than the West's conference final.
    12 Apr @ 1AM

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  • We're about to find out way more about the Sixers as the NBA playoffs loom

    They may have closed out the regular season on a 16-game winning streak in 2017-18, but they're better set up for postseason success heading into the playoffs now. In the NBA, more so than any other professional sport, the regular season means almost nothing. Would it be nice to be the Milwaukee Bucks and be guaranteed home-court advantage throughout?
    11 Apr @ 3AM

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  • BYU picks Pope as new coach

    BYU has hired Mark Pope as its next basketball coach, the school announced Wednesday. Pope has been the head coach at Utah Valley for the past four seasons, taking over a program that went 11-19 in 2014-15 and improving the record in each season. Pope was an assistant to Rose for four seasons, from 2011-15.
    11 Apr @ 3AM

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  • Raptors finish with NBA's 2nd-best record after win over Wolves

    Kawhi Leonard scored 20 points as the visiting Toronto Raptors completed their regular-season schedule with a 120-100 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves Tuesday night. The Raptors (58-24) secured the second-best record in the NBA with the win, behind only the Milwaukee Bucks (60-21), who play their final game Wednesday. Fred VanVleet added 16 points for the Raptors, Chris Boucher added career bests with 15 points and 13 rebounds, Pascal Siakam and Norman Powell each scored 10 points.
    11 Apr @ 3AM

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  • Warriors star Curry leaves Pelicans game with foot sprain

    Stephen Curry left the Golden State Warriors' game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday with a foot sprain. The Warriors star suffered the injury when he stumbled and fell in the first quarter. Curry has struggled with lower leg injuries in the past. The Warriors, who have clinched first place in the Western Conference, will have to hope his latest issue doesn't hinder his playoff performance or availability.
    11 Apr @ 3AM

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  • NBA roundup: Nowitzki scores 30 in home finale

    In the final home game of a legendary career, Dirk Nowitzki gave an exuberant sellout crowd one final show with a season-high 30 points in the Dallas Mavericks' 120-109 win against the visiting Phoenix Suns on Tuesday. Nowitzki, 40, announced after the game that he would retire following the Mavericks' season finale Wednesday at San Antonio. The 7-footer, who entered the league in the lockout-shortened 1999 season and revolutionized the power forward position, scored 10 points in the opening seven minutes and had 19 points on a season-high 18 shot attempts in the first half to power Dallas to a 68-38 halftime lead.
    11 Apr @ 3AM

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  • Finale means more to Thunder than Bucks

    On the surface, Wednesday's regular-season finale in Milwaukee against the Bucks seems like a good setup for the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Bucks' playoff position is set as the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, and they'll sit Most Valuable Player candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo and starting center Brook Lopez to prepare for the playoffs. "We've got to have a competitive spirit 1/8Wednesday 3/8 and not look at who's playing and not playing," Thunder coach Billy Donovan said.
    11 Apr @ 3AM

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