The Clog

Corbin's second week of Battlebots coverage gets almost unbearably bleak.

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What, you thought The Classical wasn't going to provide in-depth Battlebots coverage?

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LeBron James' valiant effort to carry a severely depleted roster may have fell short, but how that has seemingly made him a bad guy in the story of basketball makes about as much sense as if Vince Russo wrote it himself.

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A poem about the most important moment in the history of baseball, which has not yet happened, and might not happen, but should definitely happen.

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#MULTIPLE#

Finally, the exploration of the many parallels between the tragic Dallas Mavericks and Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita that the internet has been waiting for.

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Steph Curry has spent a remarkable season racking up numerous accomplishments. Rendering his lame-ass number less lame is certainly one of them.

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Raymond Lewis was a legendarily nasty high school scorer and college standout in Los Angeles, and a first round NBA Draft pick. How and why he didn't have the career he should have—and didn't play a single minute in the NBA—is the story of a new documentary about Lewis' life and legend.

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The New Yorker did the world a favor by unlocking John McPhee's legendary profile of Bill Bradley, who was then at Princeton and seemingly bound for basketball immortality. There's a reason why this piece, more than most any other piece of basketball writing, has endured.

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March Madness is about fandom, and a lot more. Monday is the culmination of all of its parts at work.

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Kentucky is known for racehorses and Wildcats. On the eve of the Final Four, they seem more like one another than usual.

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