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Mark Gunnels

22-year old college student at Lincoln University, majoring in journalism. I'm currently employed by Black Sports Online and Full Scale Sports as a sports columnist.

By Mark Gunnels On Friday, April 4th, 2014
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Russell Westbrook’s Ferocious Reverse Dunk (Video)

Oklahoma City snapped San Antonio’s 19-game winning streak tonight. Westbrook finished with 27 points, 6 dimes and 1 rebound. He also shot 50% from the field, but his highlight of the night came off a steal.  More...

By Mark Gunnels On Thursday, April 3rd, 2014
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Hawks GM Danny Ferry Says The 8th Seed Isn’t a Goal

The Knicks and Hawks are currently battling for the last playoff spot in the east. Atlanta has reached the postseason for six consecutive seasons. Danny Ferry couldn’t care less about the playoff streak. “We’re More...

By Mark Gunnels On Thursday, April 3rd, 2014
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Frank Vogel: “Guys Should Never Air In House Stuff To The Media”

The Indiana Pacers have been on a downward spiral of late, losing 6 of their last 9 games. The losing is obviously unacceptable for a team looking to claim the top seed in the east, but what’s even more concerning More...

By Mark Gunnels On Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014
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Erik Spoelstra Says Ray Allen Is “Super Human”

Ray Allen is formally known as “Jesus Shuttlesworth”, but Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra has found another nickname for the future hall of famer. “He’s super human,” Spoelstra said. More...

By Mark Gunnels On Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014
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Report: Mizzou Jabari Brown Declares For NBA Draft

Brown’s partner in crime Jordan Clarkson declared last week. Now it’s time for Jabari to take that leap to the next level. “This was a step I needed to take in order to make the most educated decision More...

By Mark Gunnels On Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014
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Report: 76ers Nerlens Noel Will Make Debut In Summer League

The Philadelphia 76ers sit next to Milwaukee as the two biggest laughing stocks in the NBA. On the bright side, both organizations will be able to obtain one of the biggest collegiate stars this June. This summer More...

By Mark Gunnels On Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014
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Report: Derek Fisher Denies Being Targeted For Knicks Job

Derek Fisher is one of the classiest and smartest guys in the Association. The 17-year veteran has played major roles in the NBPA and executive union. So it comes as no surprise to hear his former coach reach out More...

By Mark Gunnels On Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014
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Report: Several GM’s Think Jabari Parker Will Return To Duke

Duke superstar Jabari Parker would be a surefire top 3 pick in this upcoming NBA draft, but the Chicago native is considering a return to school. Multiple NBA general managers believe Parker is headed back to Duke, More...

By Mark Gunnels On Monday, March 31st, 2014
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KU’s Naadir Tharpe Takes Naked Club Selfie With Twodel (Photo)

Naadir Tharpe was in coach Self’s doghouse during tournament play. His untimely turnovers and lack of leadership forced Self to give freshmen guard Connor Frankamp extended minutes. Frankamp’s play More...

By Mark Gunnels On Sunday, March 30th, 2014
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UK’s Willie Caulie-Stein Doubtful Against Michigan

Kentucky’s starting center Willie Caulie-Stein likely won’t play today against Michigan. The Wildcats were able to defeat rival Louisville Friday night, despite missing Caulie-Stein for the entire second More...

By Mark Gunnels On Saturday, March 29th, 2014
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Florida Snaps Elite 8 Losing Streak; Cruises Past Dayton

The Florida Gators received multiple of questions about their elite 8 losing streak yesterday. A group that starts four seniors were heading into their fourth straight elite 8 game. They’ve lost the previous More...

By Mark Gunnels On Friday, March 28th, 2014
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South Regional Recap: Dayton and Florida March On To Elite 8

The magical run by the Dayton Flyers will continue for now. A mid-major from Ohio isn’t suppose to beat Ohio State, Syracuse and Stanford, but Dayton continues to prove us wrong. In all fairness to the Flyers, More...



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