Pints and Picks Special Edition: How Sweet the spread is

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During college football season each week DPB’s Kyle Magin and Andrew J. Pridgen pour on the prose with Pints and Picks™. Who to wager and what to drink while doing it. Here, a very special PNP—Viva Las Tournament. By Kyle Magin and Andrew Pridgen AJ, The second… Continue reading Pints and Picks Special Edition: How Sweet the spread is

41 facts you didn’t know about the great Steve Nash

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Steve Nash announced his retirement in El Segundo Tuesday because apparently he left his wallet there (sorry). During Nash’s 19-year NBA career, he won the MVP twice and broke more ankles than a pair of size-eight rental skates. By Andrew Pridgen Below, 41 facts you don’t know… Continue reading 41 facts you didn’t know about the great Steve Nash

When your son spikes a fever opening day of his first-ever Tournament and both of you get to stay home and watch hoops

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Everyone thinks their first kid is smart and I’m no exception. But today, I think he may be a genius. By Andrew Pridgen I figure eventually the truth is revealed. Either you have another, smarter kid and go, “Oh” or you get them to the Thunderdome that… Continue reading When your son spikes a fever opening day of his first-ever Tournament and both of you get to stay home and watch hoops

Thanks to a life-changing assist from his brother, Bobby Hurley is back in the Tournament

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I didn’t know if I’d ever see someone like Bobby Hurley in the NCAA Tournament again. This March, he’s back. By Andrew Pridgen He was the Kid ‘n Play generation’s answer to Maravich—punky and gaunt and off-putting—awkward to the point of believability. When Bobby Hurley initiated his… Continue reading Thanks to a life-changing assist from his brother, Bobby Hurley is back in the Tournament