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May 8th, 2023

The NHL playoffs have seen some surprises but the Florida Panthers are a Cinderella story. They beat the top team in the regular season, the Bruins, then jumped to a 3-0 lead on Toronto.
The NBA playoffs have been wild.The Celtics and Sixers are tied and could go seven in an intense battle.
I’m thrilled that we set a record $12.4 million for pediatric cancer research at the Dickie V gala.
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May 1, 2023

The NBA playoffs saw a few surprises. The Miami Heat as an eight seed stunned top-seeded Milwaukee. Jimmy Butler was dominant with back-to-back40+ point games. The seventh-seeded Lakers knocked off the Memphis Grizzlies.
The NFL draft saw Bryce Young go number one to Carolina. Will Levis of Kentucky fell out of th first round.
The NHL playoffs also saw drama. The Florida Panthers won game seven in overtime in one of the biggest shockers in NHL history. They beat a Bruins team that set a win record in the regular season. The Seattle Kraken, in its first playoff ever, beat the defending Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche."
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April 24, 2023

The NBA playoffs have provided lots of excitement. The New York Knicks took a 3-1 lead over Cleveland. The Celtics took a 3-1 lead over Atlanta. The Lakers took a 2-1 lead over Memphis.
Baseball has seen the Tampa Bay Rays remain on fire. They jumped out to a 19-3 record/ Pittsburgh won seven in a row while the Orioles won six straight.
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April 17, 2023

The NBA playoffs got underway. DeAndre Fox and Malik Monk, former Kentucky teammates combined for 70 points as the Kings won a playoff game for the first time since 2006. The Knicks won game one in Cleveland.

The Boston Bruins finished with 65 regular season wins and 135 points. It was truly a special season.

The Tampa Bay Rays saw their season-opening win streak end at 13 games. It was a nice start!

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April 11, 2023

Congratulations to the NCAA men’s basketball champion UConn Huskies. Danny Hurley’s team won all six tourney games by double figures. Adama Sonogo and Jordan Hawkins led the Huskies to the winner’s circle.
A salute to Masters champion Jon Rahm. He beat Phil Mickelson and Brooks Koepka.
The transfer portal has seen numerous players move. Caleb Love went from North Carolina to Michigan. Denver Jones, who averaged 20 ppg. last season, went from FIU to Auburn. Houston got help adding LJ Cryer from Baylor.
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 Keep battling and fighting to achieve your goals! - Dick Vitale