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Matt Fargo +3662.0
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Chase Diamond +3395.0
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Bobby Conn +2425.0
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Rocky's Lock Club +2089.0
Matt Fargo +1941.0
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Dennis Macklin +2793.0
Matt Fargo +2726.0
Rob Vinciletti +2235.0
Ray Monohan +2161.0
Jesse Schule +2030.0
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Tony George +1440.0
Ben Burns +1400.0
Matt Fargo +1215.0
Rocky Sheridan +1190.0
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Tony Karpinski +2967.0
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Andre Ramirez +1415.0
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Chase Diamond +1862.0
Rob Vinciletti +1835.0
Will Rogers +1662.0
Ray Monohan +1560.0
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Jimmy Boyd +589.0
John Ryan +588.0
Matt Fargo +530.0
NHL Leaders
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Doc's Sports +2024.0
Ben Burns +1366.0
Jeff Hochman +1129.0
Rocky's Lock Club +1082.0
Sean Higgs +657.0
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Rob Vinciletti +2372.0
Chase Diamond +2039.0
Jeff Alexander +2017.0
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Cavs hope to bounce back in Game 5

By Glenn Andrew | Posted on May 25, 2016

Nothing is going as planned thus far in the 2016 NBA Conference Finals. Basketball experts anticipated a Cleveland Cavaliers/Golden St Warriors match-up, yet the way things look it could just as easily be the Toronto Raptors playing the Oklahoma City Thunder. LeBron James went of record as saying he though his squad would go undefeated this postseason. That premonition ended quickly in Game 3 as the Raptors held them to just 84 points after they had scored over 100 for 20+ consecutive games. One loss wasn’t anything to worry as the Cavs still held a 2-1 lead at that point, but losing Game 4 suddenly has them questioning themselves, and that could make for some interesting game from here on out. Raptors center Bismack Biyombo has made his presence felt this series. He’s posted back to back... 

Cavaliers expect to Rebound from Loss

By Glenn Andrew | Posted on May 23, 2016

Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals was the first time the Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t crack the 100 point plateau since losing to the Brooklyn Nets back on March 24th. That’s exactly 21 game and nearly 2 months ago. Basketball experts and LeBron James were anticipating a sweep of the Toronto Raptors just the same way the Cavs disposed of the Detroit and Atlanta, but Toronto put a halt to those plans with an impressive defensive performance that resulted in a 15 win Saturday. It is said that a series doesn’t truly start until a home team loses, and that’s exactly what the Cavs are hoping for tonight. Cleveland continued their torrid pace from behind the arc in knocking down 14 of 41 from 3 point land in Game 3. However, they forced shots and missed a bunch of wide open looks in shooting... 

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