This weekend, the 2015 NBA playoffs get started. We're going to miss Russell Westbrook and the Thunder, but other than that, the league's biggest stars will take the league's biggest stage on Saturday and Sunday, with all eight first-round series kicking off either Saturday or Sunday.
When Duke beat Wisconsin, 68-63 to win the NCAA Men’s National Championship, 12 year old Sam Holtz became a winner too. Holtz, a 6th grader from Lake Zurich, Illinois, won the top spot in ESPN’s bracket contest.
The Maine Red Claws for the first time, will be playing in the NBA Development League playoffs. The D-League affiliate of the Boston Celtics earned their first birth in the post-season by capturing the number one seed and will face number four seed and defending league champion, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
We are smack in the middle of the phenomenon known as March Madness where the titans of the sport duke (not Duke) it out for the title of national champion, as a field of 68 will be whittled down to one.
The Harlem Globetrotters are coming to the Augusta Civic Center. Their amazing skills will be on display March 30 at 7pm. They have been entertaining crowds since 1927 when they were known as the Savoy Big Five.
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