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NBA Revamps All-Star Game Format and It Worked

Hunter Firement, Maroon-News Staff February 27, 2020

Picture this: all of your favorite basketball players on the planet playing a ruthless, hard-fought pickup game with hundreds of thousands of dollars to charity on the line. Some of them are even taking...

Baseball is Back: Previewing Each Division as Spring Training Starts

Aaron Notis, Maroon-News Staff February 27, 2020

Spring is just around the corner, which means that Major League Baseball (MLB) players are making their way down to Florida and Arizona to prepare for the coming season. Here’s a look at each division...

Names and Teams to Watch in the Quarterback-Heavy NFL Free Agency

Hunter Firement, Maroon-News Staff February 27, 2020

Although it tends to slow down for a few days after the Super Bowl in early February, the NFL news cycle never comes to a full stop. Currently, most of the talks are related to the new Collective Bargaining...

Gearing Up For the Madness: This Season Has Had it All

Cam Cobey, Maroon-News Staff February 27, 2020

In NCAA basketball, the madness usually starts in March. But this season, madness began in November, and it has not stopped since then. College basketball is known to be crazy, especially during the...

The Racial Implications of Talking About Coronavirus

Eva Wen, Maroon-News Staff February 13, 2020

The recent Coronavirus outbreak has led to heated arguments around increasing racial tension and xenophobia towards Asian populations around the world. Besides the worldwide protests against Chinese...

Alex Ovechkin One Shy of 700 Career Goals, Chasing Gretzsky

Ethan Marchetti, Editor-in-Chief February 13, 2020

Wayne Gretzky’s NHL scoring records are considered by many fans and players to be untouchable. They have been that way for the last few decades. The Hall-of-Famer compiled a mind-boggling 894 goals...

Checking in on the Boston Red Sox After A Busy Winter Offseason

Cam Cobey, Maroon-News Staff February 13, 2020

The Boston Red Sox are in a state of uncertainty, to say the least. What started as a quiet offseason, and was expected to stay that way until Spring Training, has devolved into one of the most eventful,...

Updates From a Loaded January Transfer Window in European Soccer

Hunter Firment, Maroon-News Staff February 13, 2020

With the closing of the January transfer window in European soccer, team personnel is now set for the rest of the season. Teams can no longer make transfers until the summer, so let’s take a look at...

Get Ready to Hit the Reset on Football: The XFL is Back

Aaron Notis, Maroon-News Staff February 13, 2020

Once the Super Bowl is over, football fans mourn the loss of their favorite sport. They impatiently wait another eight months to be able to watch some football. But now, after a 29 year absence, the...

The Heroes and Villains Across the Current NBA

Hunter Firment, Maroon-News Staff February 6, 2020

So I’m sitting on my bed on a Thursday night watching the late slate of west coast NBA games, and I flipped the channel to Mavs vs. Blazers. While I’m watching the two teams play in a meaningless,...

A Eulogy for the Late, Great NBA Legend Kobe Bryant

Theo Asher, Executive Editor February 6, 2020

This is surreal to even write: basketball legend Kobe Bryant passed away at age 41 in a helicopter crash. He, along with his daughter, Gianna, went down in a helicopter accident after flying in low altitude...

Passing the Torch to the Next Wave of NBA Stars: The International Shift

Cam Cobey, Maroon-News Staff February 6, 2020

The NBA has been built on its American stars since the league was founded in 1946. From Bill Russell to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, from Michael Jordan to LeBron James, the faces of the NBA have been predominantly...

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