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NBA Playoffs: Predictions and Analysis
By Josh Mathews | Published 04-28-06

The NBA playoffs are the spectacle of April and May, as the best basketball players on the best teams in the world come together to see who can be crowned champion. Will the Detroit Pistons repeat? Will the Dallas Mavericks steal the West away? Who will even survive the first round? Read more to find out.

Friday, April 21

- 1
Winthrop - 15

Saturday, April 22

- 5
Winthrop - 2

Sunday, April 23

- 8
Winthrop - 6

Wednesday, April 26*

Game One
Liberty - 0
- 5

Game Two
Liberty - 1
- 3

* Denotes a double-header.

04-26-06 - Men's Basketball Head Coach Byron Samuels signed Joey Lynch-Flohr, a graduate of Fairfax High School, to a National Letter of Intent. Lynch-Flohr will join the team in Fall '06.

04-27-06 - The NFL Draft takes place this weekend, get full coverage here!

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- Michael Jordan

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