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Denver Bronco And Seattle Seahawk players who played high school football in the NY/NJ area

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NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee Social Media Command Center on Bloomberg.com

See where I been working out of NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee Social Media Command Center

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March Madness equals Warren Buffet Money!

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#SB48 NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee Gear

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20 Teams Dream Big On MLK Day

NBA.com | Hang Time Blog

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VIDEO:GameTime’s crew previews all of the MLK Day action

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — More than Christmas or even All-Star weekend, the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday provides the NBA a platform to showcase some of the best players and teams the league has to offer. Stars young and old, championship teams and those aspiring to join those ranks … they’ll all be on display Monday.

A total of 10 games from across the country will highlight a day of celebration of both the game and the Dream Big mantra of not only Dr. King but also the league. What to watch for during the MLK Day hoops smorgasbord, the official halfway mark of the regular season:

Dallas vs. Cleveland, 1 p.m. ET (League Pass)

The skinny: The Cavaliers are feeling good after a 3-2 road trip and look to take advantage of a Mavericks team still smarting…

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Playoffs Snapshot — April 17

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HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — It all comes down to this, the final night of the NBA regular season.

We’re not used to the one-and-done stuff around here, not when champions are crowned in a best-of-seven environment. It’s rare that we get to see teams dealing with a 48-minute cauldron that decides their fate (there are still tons of moving parts, as we detailed earlier in our complex playoff scenarios update). For some that means determining whether or nor they make the playoffs at all. For others it’s the difference between a desired (or dreaded) seed in the playoffs. And for some, that means whether or not you host a first-round series or start on the road.

Either way, it all comes down to this one night. The clock is winding down on the regular season for everyone. All 30 teams are on the schedule tonight, but the finale means…

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