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  • 2013 McDonald's All-American Duke-UNC Smackdown, Part 7

    Apr 04, 2013, 12:05 am
    We add another chapter to our renowned Duke-UNC Smackdown series at the McDonald's All-American game in Chicago.
  • 2011 McDonald's All American Game: Louisville-Kentucky Smackdown

    Mar 30, 2011, 10:50 am
    Six top recruits sit down to settle the score in our very first Louisville-Kentucky smackdown at the McDonald's All American Game in Chicago.
  • 2011 McDonald's All American Game: Duke-UNC Smackdown, Part Four

    Mar 29, 2011, 09:12 pm
    Our annual Duke-UNC Smackdown continues with another session at the 2011 McDonald's All-American game in Chicago. Participants this year include: Austin Rivers, Quinn Cook, P.J. Hairston, Marshall Plumlee and James McAdoo.
  • 2010 Boost Mobile Elite 24: Duke vs. UNC Smackdown Part 3

    Aug 30, 2010, 09:47 am
    University of North Carolina commit James McAdoo and Duke University commit Michael Gbinije debate which school is better and discuss the rivalry during the Boost Mobile Elite 24 event in Venice Beach, CA.
  • Jared Reiner: Just Rolling With the Punches

    May 13, 2010, 05:18 am
    Jared Reiner's latest stop brought him to Puerto Rico, where his team is competing for a playoff spot.
  • Jared Reiner: Waiting Game in the Dog Days of Summer

    Aug 14, 2009, 12:27 pm
    Call me old-fashioned or lame, but I don’t feel the need to update people on whether my Browns were successful in that morning’s Super Bowl. That is why I don’t Tweet or use Facebook. My cell phone is so old it doesn’t even have Internet. I am obviously out of touch with all the new waves of communication, since I only blog.
  • Scouting the 2009 All-Star Celebrity Game

    Feb 14, 2009, 06:47 am
    Here at Draft Express, we travel the globe from Anchorage to Zimbabwe, the ACC to the USSR, from Kalamazoo to Katmandu, to scout basketball at all levels in an attempt to uncover the next great prospect. Today we find ourselves in Phoenix, Arizona for the 2009 All-Star Celebrity Game looking for “the next big thing”.
  • Brother Ferry's Travelling Salvation Show

    Feb 02, 2009, 12:09 am
    Danny Ferry has gotten it wrong for a while now. In trying to surround the most awe-inspiring player in twenty years with enough talent to compete for a title, Ferry has waddled into a bevy of anti-climactic and ill-founded moves, which somehow saw the Cavaliers land an NBA Finals appearance, yet never really saw them as feared competitors. However, Ferry did something I wasn't expecting - he got it right.
  • Awake or Not?

    Dec 30, 2008, 11:34 pm
    On a Monday the 15th I found out that my services were needed in Europe. On that Tuesday afternoon I traveled for roughly twenty hours to Germany. On that Friday, I went through two fun-filled practices with some serious jetlag. On Saturday, I played surprisingly well against my former team considering I had the biggest case of noodle-legs ever. On Sunday morning, I boarded another flight back to the states for a four day Christmas break. On Christmas Day, I flew back to Germany.
  • Not a Starbucks within a hundred miles

    Nov 11, 2008, 05:40 pm
    Hunting with firepower out in South Dakota is what I did after Philadelphia released me. I had called my brother Matt to inform him that my wandering in Philadelphia was over, so he offered his condolences in the form of a hunting trip. He did warn me that there wouldn’t be a Starbucks within a hundred miles, though. Much obliged, I headed west.
  • Hey Guys, Can I Play?

    Sep 25, 2008, 01:12 am
    Explaining what it is like trying to make a NBA roster on a non-guaranteed contract produced the aforementioned comment from one of my friends.
  • Because That's What Brian Boitano'd Do

    Sep 08, 2008, 10:50 pm
    Two weeks ago, I personally saw to it that everything that society thought it knew about genetics, biological science and the design of the human anatomy was shown to be little more than a disjointed symposium of bollocks. I ensured that the vast compilations of research data handed down through generations that we today know as "science" were callously undermined, never to be referenced again. I challenged the very fabric of modern society, shaking modern medicine to the core. And I did this by playing a game of Wii Sports Baseball.
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