This Week In Sports

Simon McCormack
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This Week In Sports
Tim Duncan and the Spurs needed two overtimes to beat the Suns this weekend.
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NBA Post-Season Kicks Off

As intriguing as the NBA playoff matchups are, in the early going, there haven’t been a whole lot of surprises. Other than the 7th seeded Philadelphia 76ers stunning victory over the heavily favored Detroit Pistons, the first games of each series all went to the higher seeds. The Spurs had to climb back from a 16 point deficit and escape through two overtimes to beat the Phoenix Suns on Saturday, but every other game was decided by comfortable margins. To see exactly how things went down,
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Spring Baseball

The Arizona Diamondbacks picked up where they left off last year’s regular season and are once again the best team in the National League. The D-Back’s 13-5 record is tops in the majors. In the American League, the defending World Series Champion Boston Red Sox are sitting pretty with a league leading 14-7 record.
Here’s where all the teams stand after more than three weeks of baseball.

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