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Bonnies Fall On The Road To Dayton

Demitrius Conger scored 22 points but it wasn’t enough for the Bonnies on Wednesday night as they fell on the road to Dayton 75-63. St. Bonaventure struggled defensively, allowing the Flyers to shoot 53.1% from the field and sent Dayton to the line 20 times. Conger had a great game for the Bonnies, shooting 8-11 [...]

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The Steve Nash Incident

This past NBA offseason there was quite a bit of chatter around the league involving free agent point guard Steve Nash. Many felt that the team most likely to land the services of the 39-year-old was the New York Knickerbockers; alas if you follow the NBA you know that prognostication didn’t come to be. Mr. [...]

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Canisius, Niagara Well Respresented on All-MAAC Teams

Canisius junior guard Billy Baron highlighted the All-MAAC first team announced Monday afternoon. He joins the stellar backcourt from Niagara as sophomores Juan’ya Green and Antoine Mason make their first appearance on the first team. Baron, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound junior point guard from East Greenwich, R.I., averaged 16.6 points per game this season, good for [...]

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Sabres Fall To Rangers: Rapid Report

Entering Sunday night, the Sabres were looking for their fourth straight win, and pull within two points of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Despite nearly giving the game away because of a five-minute major by Patrick Kaleta, the Sabres were able to overcome penalty issues to steal a point in a 3-2 shootout [...]

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