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28 Nov 2011
I don’t miss running, says Donovan Bailey

Donovan Bailey became a national hero after winning the 100-metre sprint in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.

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23 Jun 2011

Tristan Thompson, a 6-foot-9 forward from Brampton, will very likely become the highest drafted Canadian in the league’s history, usurping Steve Nash, who was drafted 15th overall by the Phoenix Suns in 1996.

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21 Jun 2011
That’s What She Said, Vancouver Riots, Plastic Money

“#ThatsWhatSheSaid”: Sway Magazine’s Online Recap of Current Events. This week: Vancouver under siege and the Mint’s switch to plastic bills.

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13 Jun 2011

As the Dallas Mavericks celebrated their first NBA championship before a stunned crowd at American Airlines Arena, the Heat ended one of the most scrutinized years in the history of North American pro sports with a thud that was as dramatic as it was difficult to see coming.

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10 Jun 2011

The game turned out to be about the Dallas Mavericks turning into the Dallas Mavericks, finally, with crisp ball movement, deadly shooting, solid defence and a true team game that’s now given them momentary control of the NBA Finals.

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8 Jun 2011

It was an ugly, fascinating game, one dominated by missed shots and sick stars and disappearing acts.

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6 Jun 2011

For having been pretty much a nonfactor for about 47 minutes and 30 seconds, Chris Bosh put an emphatic stamp on the biggest game he’s ever played in his hometown.

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5 Jun 2011
NBA Finals: It’s Showtime

Miami Heat battles the Dallas Mavericks in a rematch of the 2006 NBA finals

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1 Jun 2011
That’s What She Said, MJ vs King James, Allergies Schmallergies

“#ThatsWhatSheSaid”: Sway Magazine’s Online Recap of Current Events. This week: Is Lebron really the greatest of all time and allergy pains

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27 May 2011
Four black players among top drafts

For the first time ever four black players were taken in the first 12 picks of the OHL draft