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Saturday, April 17, 2021

Though a shortened season for men’s basketball, the team remains optimistic of its outcome

Emily Joss, Staff Writer After losing to St. John Fisher in the first round of the Empire 8 Conference Tournament nearly an entire year ago, head coach Sean Coffey and the men’s basketball team are ready to step back...

A student’s guide: Everything that happened in the NBA over break

Matthew Robinson, Staff Writer The 2020 NBA season was one that will be remembered forever. Locked in a bubble, with no friends and family is nearly impossible for such a long period of time, but the players and the...

Op-Ed: Los Angeles Lakers championship win stems from players’ hearts and motivations

Robert Stevens, General Assignments Reporter Basketball immortality for the 2019-2020 Los Angeles Lakers. “Laker Nation” can once again celebrate with utter joy after winning its 17th National Basketball Association Championship against the Miami Heat, 106-93, tying them with the...

Christopher Bamba: Beyond the Number 5

Robert Stevens, Special Assignments Reporter On June 23, news broke on the passing of Christopher Bamba while at Rondout Creek just outside his hometown of Kingston in High Falls. The 6 foot 7 inch forward had...

Utica College anticipates return of winter sports

Matthew Breault, Staff Writer After the cancelation of fall sports, many at Utica College are looking at the prospect of winter sports and the much-anticipated returns of hockey and basketball. Sporting events at the college have been put on...

NHL and NBA continue seasons in bubbles

Matthew Breault, Staff Writer When the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the United States, sports fans were uncertain when they would be able to watch professional sports again. After many months of anticipation and planning, the National Basketball Association and...