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“The Nets were close to acquiring Anthony during the preseason, but a four-team deal that included Utah and Charlotte fell through.”
“The Big Ten Considers Four-Team Tournament The Big Ten Conference, historically opposed to a college-football playoff, might propose a four-team tournament with semifinal games played on campus, according to the Chicago Tribune.”
“They had to emerge from a four-team quarter-final play-off group and then overcome Bedford in the semi-final last Sunday.”
“The four-team knockout tournament will take place over two match days, with a final on Saturday to determine the winner and a playoff to decide third place.”
“It began as a four-team league for women in Cleveland.”
“Chelsea's tour of Malaysia, Thailand and Hong Kong – where they will play the local team Kitchee on Wednesday as part of the four-team Premier League Asia Cup tournament that also features Blackburn Rovers and Aston Villa – has provided the squad with a prolonged opportunity to work with Villas-Boas and his staff.”
“I count 81 four-team groups in World Cup tournaments from 1930 to 2006, of which precisely one pre-1990 group would have had a different ranking with three points for a win (and none as far as I can tell that would have been ranked differently since 1994 had there been only two points for a win):”
“He came to the A's from the Phillies by way of the Blue Jays as part of the four-team Roy Halladay-Cliff Lee blockbuster this winter.”
“And the Big Ten thankfully remains the most prominent obstacle in college football's march toward adopting the "plus-one" postseason format—which is essentially a four-team playoff, which would threaten the unique magnitude of the sport's regular season.”
“The four-team Aruban league finished in alphabetical order back in 2000.”
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