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March 17, 2020

I met with Windermere sharpshooter Jeremy Chan (number 13) to discuss the basketball season, and how he felt during games and highlights of the year.

So you guys lost the first 3 games by less than 10 points in each game [61-70 Britannia, 73-81 Gladstone, 79-88 Magee], how did you feel after losing the first 3?

We felt like we could run more plays. We were just playing through one guy. We were not o...

February 24, 2020

Chicago, Illinois. Usually many things come to mind when you think of the Windy City, Al Capone; Michael Jordan and the Bulls; Lake Michigan; John Hughes and the Brat Pack; and the Willis (formerly Sears) tower. However for this past weekend, the best of the NBA gathered in the city to celebrate All-Star Weekend. 

On Saturday night, all eyes were upon the NBA Skills Challenge. More importantly, its...

February 3, 2020

     At the start of Kobe’s career, he made the decision of a lifetime going into the NBA straight out of Lower Merion High School in 1996. After 20 years of playing in the NBA, Kobe reflected on the best decision that he has ever made was “Coming straight to the NBA and skipping college.” He didn’t have the best start to his career, as in his rookie season he averaged about 15.5 minutes per game...

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