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I thought back to that this week, when the national anthem again entered the news, this time because Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, ordered his team’s home games this season to start without playing the anthem.
Two teams will fall to the second division, and a third will enter a playoff.
Jakub Vrana, who entered the covid-19 protocols Saturday, was removed from the list Tuesday.
No player had entered the NBA out of high school in more than two decades.
He took the mic from David to demand the team re-sign him as the nine-year veteran enters unrestricted free agency this offseason.
Maybe there was a little doubt entering March, but closing with victories over Maryland and Purdue effectively removed it.
When entering a room full of mannequins, not all of them creak and squeak to life.
That’s where we’ll begin our look at the most pressing roster questions entering the offseason.
New players who entered the server, only to find themselves on the bad end of an increasingly lopsided score, would immediately quit.
The drive increased Tampa Bay’s lead to 21-6 and punctured any momentum the Chiefs hoped to build entering halftime.

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