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Kelso 25 Unit Chairmans Club Mismatch
My Chairman’s Basketball Club Made A Major Score Last Night With Eastern Washington’s 25 Point Win And It’s Another Mismatch Winner Tonight
Kelso 2-0 Tuesday Night Best Bets
My Best Bets Basketball Club Went 2-0 Last Night With Virginia And Kansas State And Is Set To Do It Again With Two Teams In Right Spot
Kelso 50-Unit Tuesday College Blowout
Tonight’s Basketball Schedule Is An Outstanding One For Bettors With Many Of The Top Team In Action And One Of Them Has 90% Chance To Win In Blowout

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NBA Western Conference Report Cards


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Grade: A+

OKLAHOMA CITY (37-20) - Save for the Thunder's pre-All-Star Game clunker loss to N'Orleans, this has been a storybook season for OKC and it's not just triple-double maven G Russell Westbrook (21.7 ppg / 11.2 rpg / 11.2 apg) as Paul George (28.7 ppg) deserves some MVP talk too. Spread Record ... 33-24-0

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Hitting a Wall


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In mid-February you'll hear TV announcers talk about freshman players "hitting a wall" in college basketball. That's because we've reached the point in the calendar where high school seasons would normally be ending (in terms of the number of games played), and first-year college students aren't prepared for their new endurance test.

Personally, I think people make too much of this most of the time. A coach doesn't want to admit he made a tactical error, so he blames a freshman. Coaches make so many mistakes! And, even when it does happen, the player eventually gets a second wind in March once the tournaments start. You don't hear about tired freshmen in March. Cream rises.

But, there will probably be a few instances in the next two weeks were a handful of freshman PLAYMAKERS and GAMEBREAKERS will start to play tired. This caliber of athlete has been carrying a heavy load, and isn't yet to the point where tournament adrenaline kicks in. It's not freshman backups who hit a wall. It's the STARS that are doing heavy lifting.

How do you find these players? Here are a few tips.

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AP college basketball writer Jim O'Connell dead at age 64

NEW YORK (AP) Few held court like Jim O'Connell.

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Wild brawl mars Australia-Philippines basketball game

MANILA, Philippines (AP) Basketball's international governing body has opened disciplinary hearings against Australia and the Philippines after a wild brawl that included Milwaukee Bucks forward Thon Maker broke out in their Basketball World Cup qualifying game Monday.