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NBA Notes: The Unstoppable Brooklyn Nets and the League’s Newest Superstar

NBA Notes: The Unstoppable Brooklyn Nets and the League’s Newest Superstar

March 27, 2021

Boy, are the Brooklyn Nets fun to watch (as long as you aren’t a Boston Celtics fan, or a Russell Westbrook diehard enthusiast like me who takes pain in every single Nets win).

Tom Brady Wins His Seventh Super Bowl—in Tampa Bay this Time

Tom Brady Wins His Seventh Super Bowl—in Tampa Bay this Time

February 26, 2021

From a 7-9 season last year to an 11-5 record and a Super Bowl title, how did Tampa turn it around? The secret lies in a 43-year-old quarterback from New England that many consider to be the greatest of all time. It took another lackluster season in 2019 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to finally wave goodbye to their former first-round pick, quarterback Jameis Winston and set their sights elsewhere. This coincided with Tom Brady’s departure from the New England Patriots where he had won six super bowls (a number unrivaled by any of his peers in NFL history). Brady’s frustration with the Patriots revolved around a lack of reliable pass-catchers, of which the Buccaneers had plenty. Teammates Mike Evans, a six-foot-five athletic wonder with a knack for winning goal line “jump balls,” and Chris Godwin, a similarly large receiver with a massive wingspan and great hands, were both key factors in Brady’s transition to Tampa Bay.

A Few (Early) Notes from the NBA Season

A Few (Early) Notes from the NBA Season

February 26, 2021

The National Basketball Association (NBA) season has gotten into full swing in the past month, and even in the midst of outbreaks among teams and games being postponed, the season has been one of the most entertaining in recent memory. Here are a few of my early thoughts:

Dustin Pedroia: A Career Retrospective

Dustin Pedroia: A Career Retrospective

February 26, 2021

Second baseman Dustin Pedroia finally retired on February 1st, marking the end of his fourteen-year career for the Boston Red Sox. Despite standing only 5’9”, Pedroia played with intensity and dedication, leaving a lasting impact on the many coaches, teammates, and fans that witnessed number 15 play.  After being drafted by the Sox in the second round of the 2004 MLB draft out of Arizona State University, Pedroia burst onto the scene in 2007 for Boston, both with his play on the field and his mentality and work ethic off of it. In 2007 Pedroia notched a .317 batting average, a .380 on-base percentage, and a .442 slugging percentage en route to the 2007 American League Rookie of the Year award.

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The Difficulties with Filming a Movie in a Pandemic
Mozarella Pizza Roll Recipe

Mozarella Pizza Roll Recipe

March 28, 2021

Do you want a quick, fun, creative, easy, and delicious pizza to enjoy with the people you love? This is the recipe for you! Just a few ingredients and about an hour tops to make and bake.

Golden Globes 2021: “Nomadland”, “The Crown”, and “Borat 2” Among the Winners

Golden Globes 2021: “Nomadland”, “The Crown”, and “Borat 2” Among the Winners

March 28, 2021

The 78th edition of the Golden Globes, which took place on Sunday, February 28th, reserved its fair share of surprises—acclaiming Borat 2 and Nomadland, while recognizing the domination of the series The Crown. Deprived by pandemic restrictions of the typical champagne and red carpet, the ceremony was held virtually for the first time, away from the traditional Beverly Hilton Hotel. The Master of Ceremonies was none other than Amy Poehler, and joined by her co-host Tina Fey. 

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