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  1. CelticsBlog exit interview: Abdel NaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Boston Celtics

    If it feels like we know Abdel Nader pretty well at this point, that's because he has spent 2 full seasons around the team and the affiliated Maine Red Claws. In 2016-17, Abdel Nader promisingly lit up the G-League with 21 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists per game where he won the Rookie of the Year award.

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  2. Report: Abdel Nader to miss 2-3 months following right wrist surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | Boston Celtics

    Celtics forward Abdel Nader is expected to miss 2-3 months of basketball activities following a right wrist arthroscopy and ulnar osteotomy he underwent last Friday to take care of lingering effects felt from a fracture that occurred back in high school. And while the team expects him to be fully healthy for training camp this fall, the procedure will force him to miss valuable time players typically use to improve their games over the offseason-including Summer League.

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  3. Celtics news: Abdel Nader undergoes wrist surgeryRead the original story

    Monday Jun 11 | InsideHoops

    Last Friday, June 8, Boston Celtics guard/forward Abdel Nader underwent a right wrist arthroscopy and ulnar osteotomy. The purpose of the surgery was to correct lingering issues stemming from a fracture he suffered way back in high school.

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  4. 100 Things Cyclone Fans Should Forget Before They Die: The Aaron Craft DaggerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | Wide Right & Natty Lite

    After an up and down 2013 season, the Cyclones headed into the NCAA Tournament with a myriad of expectations. But after a shellacking of Notre Dame in the first round, the 10th seeded Cyclones sprinted headfirst into the Ohio State Buckeyes, and one Aaron Craft.

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  5. 100 Things Cyclone Fans Should Forget Before They Die: Niang's Broken FootRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 26 | Wide Right & Natty Lite

    Congrats on making this far, I know if I would've seen this headline I would've continued to scroll. I have tried to forget this incident since the day it happened.

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  6. Iowa State emerging as favorite for KyKy TandyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | A Sea of Blue

    According to Rivals' Corey Evans, the Iowa State Cyclones are in great shape to land the 2019 combo guard as of right now. The Cyclones are looking to replace former point guard Monte Morris , who graduated in 2017 after scoring 1,708 career points.

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  7. Former Hoosier Bryant on G League 1st teamRead the original story

    Apr 18, 2018 | Journal Gazette

    Thomas Bryant earned a significant honor in his first season of pro basketball Wednesday, as the NBA G League announced he is a member of its First Team, the top five performers in the league this season.

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  8. Jazz two-way player Georges Niang 'thankful' to be named to All-NBA G League first teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2018 | Deseret News

    Obviously it's pretty cool to be highly thought of enough to be voted to the first team and I am thankful for my teammates and coaches because none of this would have been possible without them. OKLAHOMA CITY - Georges Niang may not have been the center of attention among media members Monday morning as the Utah Jazz practiced at Chesapeake Energy Arena, but the two-way player has certainly made an impact during the 2017-18 season.

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  9. Bulls honor Loyola for its thrilling run to the NCAA's Final FourRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2018 | Chicago Tribune

    Members of the Loyola basketball team were recognized during the first half of the Bulls-Nets game Saturday night. Members of the Loyola basketball team were recognized during the first half of the Bulls-Nets game Saturday night.

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  10. Wagner, Michigan end Loyola's run 69-57 in Final FourRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2018 | The News

    Staring down a 10-point, second-half deficit against an underdog that seemed nothing short of blessed during the madness of March, Moe Wagner and Michigan clamped down on Loyola-Chicago and ended one of the most memorable NCAA Tournament runs ever. Wagner scored 24 points, Charles Matthews added 17 and the Wolverines rallied to beat the Ramblers 69-57 Saturday night in the Final Four.

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  11. Wagner, Michigan end Loyolaa s chapter in Final Four, 69-57Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2018 | Minot Daily News

    Staring down a 10-point, second-half deficit against an underdog that seemed nothing short of blessed during the madness of March, Moe Wagner and Michigan clamped down on Loyola-Chicago and ended one of the most memorable NCAA Tournament runs ever. Wagner scored 24 points, Charles Matthews added 17 and the Wolverines rallied to beat the Ramblers 69-57 Saturday night in the Final Four.

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  12. Loyola halted by Wagner, MichiganRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2018 | Albany Times Union

    MARCH 31: Moritz Wagner #13 of the Michigan Wolverines reacts against the Loyola Ramblers in the second half during the 2018 NCAA Men's Final Four Semifinal at the Alamodome on March 31, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. The Michigan Wolverines defeated the Loyola Ramblers 69-57.

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  13. Michigan's second-half rally ends Loyola's miracle runRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2018 | Yahoo!

    Moritz Wagner rallied Michigan from a 10-point second-half deficit, halting the Ramblers' improbable run to the Final Four and sending the Wolverines to Monday's championship game. Wagner was the hero of Michigan's 69-57 victory as he scored 24 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and played the biggest role in the Wolverines' comeback.

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  14. Moser: Loyola's run may reverse a trendRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2018 | NWAonline

    Loyola-Chicago's miraculous run to the Final Four will be remembered for clutch shots, the "Wall of Culture," a couple of guards who have been playing together since grade-school and, of course, Sister Jean. Regardless of whether the Ramblers beat Michigan in the Final Four on Saturday night at the Alamodome to become the lowest seeded team to reach the national championship game, they have been the stars of this NCAA Tournament.

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  15. Loyola looks to continue run vs. MichiganRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2018 | News Tribune

    Loyola-Chicago's miraculous run to the Final Four will be remembered for clutch shots, the "Wall of Culture," a couple of guards who have been playing together since grade-school and, of course, Sister Jean. Regardless of whether the Ramblers beat Michigan in the Final Four tonight at the Alamodome to become the lowest seeded team to reach the national championship game, they have been the stars of this NCAA Tournament.

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  16. Loyola coach Porter Moser 'went out of his way' to land Clayton CusterRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | The Capital-Journal

    Clayton Custer had been granted his request for a release of scholarship from Iowa State shortly before a window closed when the NCAA permits college coaches to contact recruits. Moser had to work fast.

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  17. Loyola-Chicago's Cinderella run is special for Washington State...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | The Spokesman-Review

    Washington State assistant coach Bennie Seltzer directs his team during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Arizona in Pullman, Wash., Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018.) First things first: Bennie Seltzer didn't stick around long enough to experience Loyola Chicago's improbable run to the Final Four, but you won't get him to confess to wishing he was with the Ramblers this weekend in San Antonio. Or scouting the Michigan Wolverines with Porter Moser and the Loyola assistants he used to call colleagues.

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  18. Final Four coaches: Transfer rule changes could 'uproot lives'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | Genesee Country Express

    Clayton Custer's path to Final Four fame - from a Kansas City suburb, through the heartland of Iowa, to the nation's third-biggest metropolitan area - has been one of the most popular storylines surrounding a Loyola-Chicago team that seemingly slipped from incognito mode into a central position in the national basketball consciousness. But Custer's decision to swap schools, leaving the Big 12's Iowa State after his freshman season, isn't the focus.

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  19. Sister Jean makes Final Four a blessed eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | Boston.com

    Don't let the saintly face of Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt fool you. Loyola Chicago is here because of divine execution, not divine intervention.

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  20. Final Four Matchups: What to Expect From Michigan-Loyola and Villanova-KansasRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | The New York Times

    WHAT TO EXPECT These teams known for their offense should probably be known for their defense. Fans have long adored Coach John Beilein's Wolverines teams for their gorgeous sets in which the ball travels from player to player with speed and grace.

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