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Redmen ready for postseason after demolition of Ottawa

The Redmen came out flying on Saturday night at McConnell Arena, dominating the Ottawa Gee-Gees at both ends of the ice en route to a 9-0 trouncing. With both teams' playoff fates already sealed before the opening face-off - McGill in, Ottawa out - the Redmen were able to use the game as a tune-up, and judging by their performance, they'll be able to enter the postseason with some much-needed confidence and momentum.
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THIRD MAN IN: The NBA Cares?

There are a number of words and phrases that we can use to describe the embarrassment that was the NBA Dunk Contest on Saturday night: worst of all time; forgettable; pathetic; mind-bogglingly bad. With a lineup featuring zero legitimate stars, and two players averaging less than 22 minutes per game, the event that many suspected was on wobbly legs finally came crashing down.
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Bouchard leads the way as Redmen demolish helpless Citadins

On a night dedicated to the departing seniors of the Redmen basketball team, McGill's talented youth movement almost stole the show. Freshman point guard Olivier Bouchard put up 16 points and five assists to lead the Redmen to an impressive 93-63 drubbing of first-placed UQAM on Saturday night at Love Competition Hall.
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THIRD MAN IN: Wild ‘n Out

Things are not going well in Minnesota. Three summers ago, Minnesotans watched as their once-beloved Kevin Garnett celebrated his first NBA title as a member of the Boston Celtics. Two weeks ago, they watched in horror as Brett Favre threw an interception late in the fourth to halt the Vikings' march to their first Super Bowl since 1976.
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Concordia hits buzzer-beater, defeating Redmen in see-saw affair

The McGill Redmen men's basketball team's 67-65 loss to the Concordia Stingers on Saturday had it all: lead changes, mental lapses, great defence, and a dramatic game-winning shot. After a dismal second quarter - in which the Redmen scored a measly two points - McGill slowly clawed their way back to lead by four in the final minutes.
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