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A shitty week grinds Coach Coffman's gears. Plus: Cubs Win Winter; White Sox Battery & Assault; The Winter Olympics Are Disordered; Big If True; Ramblers On A Roll; Blackhawks Bad To Worse; and Marginal Bulls News.
:18: A Shitty Week Grinds Coach Coffman's Gears.
* "No competent society allows this to happen."
8:55: Cubs Win The Winter.
35:40: White Sox Battery & Assault.
39:45: The Winter Olympics Are Disordered.
* Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir:
47:48: Big If True.
Sources tell @YahooSports that the breadth and depth of material in discovery in the Basketball corruption cases will alter the sport of college basketball. Hall of Fame coaches, Lottery picks and top programs are all exposed to significant sanctions. https://t.co/u8cwrw0VOZ— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) February 15, 2018
48:57: Ramblers On A Roll.
* Phoenix: Loyola Athletics Lack Total Transparency.
52:53: Blackhawks Bad To Worse.
* Go Army!
58:46: Marginal Bulls News.
* Kerr on Parkland:
* LeBron Is Brilliant:
Laura Ingraham did an entire segment tonight about how LeBron James is dumb.— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) February 16, 2018
LeBron is brilliant. pic.twitter.com/xSZF9HImBJ
The "they" in "must they run their mouths like that?" is doing a lot of work here. https://t.co/NFLgC1UCDS— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 16, 2018
I'm going to let this go, but there is a long-running series of articles about how unusually brilliant LeBron is. There are lots of valid ways to criticize him, but there's no explanation for calling him an idiot other than racism. pic.twitter.com/JJxsknO7a9— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 16, 2018
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