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Days after his team’s first round exit, D-Lillard heads back to college to get the one thing that really matters
If you were watching the Brooklyn Nets vs. Portland Trail Blazers game last night, then you probably saw one of the most obvious missed calls in the NBA history. Both teams were playing for something, considering the Blazers can sneak into the third spot–and hold off the hot-as-lava Clippers–and the Nets need to hold off the Pacers and Heat, who are vying for the final Eastern Conference playoff spots.
As seen in the clip above, Lillard gets into the paint an pulls up for a jumper that should have counted as an obvious two pointer. But, somehow, the refs counted it as a three.
They were probably watchoing the end of the Duke-Wisconsin game.
If you haven’t realized that lately Tony Romo has become the Duke Blue Devils’ biggest fan. Although he didn’t attend the school himself, he and some of his fellow teammates and coaches have embraced Duke basketball culture.
Tony has appeared in several games over the past few seasons, and used their campus to have workout sessions. This isn’t news, considering other QBs such as Eli and Peyton Manning have worked out with Duke’s Head football coach, David Cutcliffe. What makes this a little different is that none of those quarterbacks have tried to trade a Super Bowl for a National Championship. Jahlil Okafor had posted on his Instagram earlier in the season that he had made a deal with Tony Romo: if Duke wins the National Championship, the Cowboys have to win Superbowl 50. Great.
Duke went on to defeat the Wisconsin Badgers last night, by a final score of 68-63. This wouldn’t be such a big deal if Tony Romo didn’t only have 2 playoffs wins in his career, and has never even been to the title game in his conference. But hey, Tony seems to do well under pressure right?
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