The Clog

In which we take an unscheduled three-day weekend as we make our ways back to our computers after weekends spent doing various religious/cultural/familial things. Back to our regularly scheduled programming on Tuesday.

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Hats off, and small nylon shorts in the mail, to Kevin Slane, the champion of The Classical's Prognostic-achievers Bracket Challenge. How could he possibly have known that Kentucky could pull this off?

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O'Neal's ubiquitous skin care spot with his mom warmed a lot of hearts, but did it dodge the very point it was trying to make? 

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Spring Training is almost over, and the internet's foremost tumblr'ed repository of awful Spring Training art—Patrick Sullivan's Bad Spring Training Twitpics—is pretty well gone, too. In conversation, Sullivan remembers good times and terrible photos.

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When Rockies manager Jim Tracy tried to work himself up into a rage over the Ubaldo Jimenez-Troy Tulowitzki fracas for the media, he betrayed his most charming verbal tick.

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In which our hero scores a really amazing goal and people trump up a controversy instead.

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An in-depth non-conversation with a semi-celebrity, on occasion of (almost) talking to Mario Lopez about the ultimate Final Four garbage food.

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In anticipation of the Final Four, we're highlighting four players whose very presence on the court is a reason to watch. In the last of the mini-series, we check in with the uniquely graceful, un-angry and great Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.

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In anticipation of the Final Four, we're highlighting four players whose very presence on the court is a reason to watch. In this installment, we survey Ohio State guard's Aaron Craft's ability to turn annoyance into something like art.

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In anticipation of the Final Four, we're highlighting four players whose very presence on the court is a reason to watch. Here, we salute Thomas Robinson's unique combination of patience and passion.

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