December 9, 2018

Cavs To The Finals Again?

Posted on May 20, 2018 by in Sports

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The Celtics stormed to double-digit wins in the first two games of these Eastern Conference finals, and they also seemed to demoralize the Cavaliers in the process. The Cavs were frequently left with their shoulders sagging, their fingers pointing, and their effort seemingly lacking, especially considering the stage.

A series in which Cleveland had opened as the favorites had suddenly shifted to one that could send them home for the summer quite quickly.

BOX SCORE: CAVALIERS 116, CELTICS 86

For those reasons, the 116-86 massacare the Cavaliers handed to the Celtics in Saturday’s Game 3 came somewhat out of the blue. But Boston point guard Terry Rozier, for one, said it was a welcome reset.

“We needed to get our butts whipped, come back to reality, and take care of business on [in Game 4] on Monday,” he said.

Multiple People at Hollywood High School think that Lebron has another final in him but I don’t believe so.

Go Print Out A New Bracket!

Posted on March 17, 2018 by in Sports

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Ryan Toovi
Crimson Chronicle

No. 16 seeds had tried 135 times. And 135 times, they had failed. Then the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Retrievers played the game of their lives on Friday night, and changed college basketball history.

UMBC shocked No. 1 overall seed Virginia in the first round of the NCAA tournament, 74-54, a score that sent shockwaves throughout the sport, and throughout the sports world as a whole. It busted brackets and opened up paths to the Final Four in San Antonio.

No. 16 seeds had come close in the past. They had twice come within one point. They had once taken a No. 1 seed to overtime. But they had also been on the wrong ends of countless blowouts. At Last, a #16 seed beats a #1 seed!!!

Do you want to get paid to play in College?

Posted on February 25, 2018 by in Op-Ed, Sports

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Ryan Toovi

Chronicle Reporter

These NCAA scandals are really getting out of hand.

Most colleges are supposedly paying student athletes to come to their school. Recently a 5-Star recruit named Shareef O Neal decommited from Arizona University because of these allegations.

On Friday night, ESPN.com reported that Sean Miller – in his ninth season as head coach at Arizona – was caught on FBI wiretap discussing a $100,000 payment to star freshman Deandre Ayton. It’s not known if Ayton received the payment. His family issued a statement saying it was “outraged and disgusted” by the allegation. What are your thoughts about it?

Hopefully they find if this is true or not because this is affecting student athletes of playing in college and it isn’t right.

Fighting For Best Super Bowl Commercial

Posted on February 3, 2018 by in Entertainment

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Ryan Toovi
Chronicle Reporter

With The Super Bowl Tomorrow We all are exicted for the big game. But the game might not be the best showing on Television. Im talking about the famous ads that come out on Super Bowl Sunday. Here is a few plots of the commercials that you will be seeing on Sunday and will be discussing with your friends on Monday at School.

PepsiCo brands Doritos and Mountain Dew throw down in a lip-sync battle airing in the first half of the game. Peter Dinklage reps Doritos with Busta Rhymes in his corner, and Morgan Freeman pairs with Missy Elliot on team Mountain Dew.

NBC will air a new episode of its biggest show, the tearjerker drama This Is Us, after the Super Bowl ends. Fans are already sobbing over the promo for the episode, which promises to answer “all of your questions.” For real, this time. Maybe.

Musical artist Cardi B, chef Gordon Ramsay, actress Rebel Wilson, and actor Anthony Hopkins try to replace Amazon’s Alexa in the commercial.

These are not even the best ones. We just have to Stay Tuned For More.

Lonzo to the G League?

Posted on November 17, 2017 by in Sports

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Ryan Toovi
Chronicle Reporter

Lately around school I’ve been hearing that people think that Lonzo Ball should go to the G- League due to the lack of production.The Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard hasn’t lived up to the hype through the first 15 games of his NBA career, and Nick Wright believes it’s time for the Lakers to make a move.

The G-League, formerly known as the Developmental League, is where young players who have yet to prove they belong in the league cut their teeth, and Wright believes it will help Ball regain his confidence.
“So what I would do with Lonzo is, I would consider putting him in the G-League,” Wright said. “If you’re not going to play him, in 20 minutes, and he’s not going to have any confidence, I would say, because we know Lonzo can hit some free throws, he hit about 70 percent in college. We know he can finish around the rim, he had an above 70 percent field goal percentage in the paint in college. We know he’s not the worst 3-point shooter in the world, he was an above average, not great but above average 3-point shooter in college.
In my opinion they shouldn’t send him to the G League he is still a rookie he has to get accustomed to the style of play in the NBA. Just give him a little more time to develop.


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