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Davon Reed awaits fate in NBA Draft
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Davon Reed awaits fate in NBA Draft

Early in his sophomore year during the 2014-15 NCAA season, current NBA draft hopeful and former University of Miami guard Davon Reed was at a crossroads. After injuring his knee, doctors said he would be out until late January, maybe even early February, meaning the year was over for him. During a somber meeting, Miami…

Club basketball player transitions from college athlete to law school student
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Club basketball player transitions from college athlete to law school student

The Division I basketball team is not the only team with standout talent at the University of Miami. Mukiya Post, a 25-year-old member of UM’s club basketball team, once played for Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. Born in Victoria, British Columbia, the Jamaican-Canadian found his way around before receiving a scholarship to attend Miami’s law…

Hurricanes are No. 8 seed going into NCAA Tournament
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Hurricanes are No. 8 seed going into NCAA Tournament

The University of Miami is officially set to play in the big dance. The Hurricanes have been selected as an eight seed for the NCAA Tournament and will face off against the nine-seed Michigan State Spartans on Friday in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “I’m just absolutely happy to be back in the tournament,” senior captain Davon Reed…

Sports Roundup
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Sports Roundup

Men’s basketball The No. 25 Hurricanes look to bounce back after a tough loss to the Virginia Tech Hokies Monday night – the same day the team made it into the national rankings for the first time this season. In its regular-season finale, Miami travels to take on Florida State 4 p.m. Saturday in Tallahassee….

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