regular-season love

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  • Teams that were better over the long haul—that is, the regular-season champions—won 66% of their NCAA tournament games.

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  • It included three straight days of full-pad practices, creating what some players characterized as a regular-season atmosphere.

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  • Louis Bullock, who has never appeared in a regular-season NBA game, has been an All-Euroleague first-team selection.

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  • He returned to play in one more regular-season game but lasted just 5 minutes, 29 seconds before reinjuring the leg and limping off the court.

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  • To "bridge the gap," the league agreed to award NBC an additional regular-season game for the 2010-2013 seasons.

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  • Illinois State played its best basketball near the end of the regular season, ripping off a six-game winning streak before a narrow loss in the regular-season finale at Northern Iowa.

    Missouri Valley Conference

  • The Panthers haven't suffered a significant injury and used the same starting five to produce 53 victories, two Missouri Valley regular-season titles, two Valley tournament crowns and two NCAA tourney wins.

    Missouri Valley Conference

  • THE GOOD NEWS: Freshman center Gene Teague averaged 9.9 points and 6.5 rebounds in his final 14 regular-season games.

    Missouri Valley Conference

  • A 14-year veteran who has never enjoyed a playoff victory, Galloway says after watching the Patriots win 97 regular-season games since 2001, he leaped at the chance to join them because he thinks it puts him in prime position to win a Super Bowl.

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  • After falling behind 3-1 on Thursday, the Red Wings scored five consecutive goals to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 6-4 before a lively crowd of 40,818 at Wrigley Field in the third regular-season outdoor game in NHL history.

    Red Wings give 'Hawks the cold shoulder at Wrigley

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