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  1. So I've been watching The Basketball Tournament's games this weekend, and was fascinated by a new(ish) rule they're using called the Elam Ending. Here's a quick explanation to how it works... The traditionalist in me doesn't really like new rules that drastically change sports. With that said, I wouldn't be against the Elam Ending becoming an alternative to overtime. Just make the OT target score 10 more points and call it a day. What do you guys think? Could this rule ever make it's way into mainstream basketball (NBA, NCAA, FIBA)?
  2. For those of you who are interested The Basketball Tournament or TBT officially released the logos for 60 of the 64 teams that have been accepted into the tournament so far.
  3. I'm interested in posting a series of jersey collages on Instagram on Throwback Thursday. I'd like to do it city by city. The idea being creating a square photo of different jerseys of each pro team per city. Thus, if I'm doing Miami, you'd see a Dan Marino (Dolphins), Glen Rice (Heat), John Vanbiesbrouck (Panthers), Gary Sheffield (Marlins), Miami Fusion, and Ft. Lauderdale Strikers jersey in the photo. The jerseys have to be arranged as to be visible, and if possible, I'd prefer to see the names on the backs of the jersey if there are any. Otherwise, then it's okay to use the front. Jerseys should preferably be from 1960-2002. As I have all Miami stuff, would anyone else like to participate and provide other cities? Obviously I'd tag you and put "provided by XYZ." Thoughts?