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    Apr 14, 19, 01:33 PM
    The ultimate frontrunner finally runs them down from behind on the last day.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:32 PM
    Tiger is now alone in second behind Jack for most Masters titles with 5.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:28 PM
    And Tiger does it! At long last! After 11 years without a major, finally he get #15! And it is his fifth Master's victory, 14 years after his last one.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:26 PM
    Mmmm. Tiger just barely missed that par putt. He sends it past the hole for about 2-3 feet. He'll have that for bogey and the title.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:23 PM
    Onto the green about, oh, 15-20ish feet away. I'm guessing this will be his first over par 18th for the week. But he just has to two putt for the win.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:20 PM
    Well..... Tiger's second shot wasn't exactly great. He's still on the fairway, well short of the green. But he's got three shots to get it in for the win.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:16 PM
    Koepka pushes his birdie putt to the left. Another one that never had a chance. Bogey is all Tiger needs for the win.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:11 PM
    Koepka knocks it on with a shot for birdie. If he can do that, then there will be some degree of drama. If not, Tiger would need merely a bogey for the win - he has par'd the hole each day.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:09 PM
    Tiger pushes his birdie putt to the right at 17, but honestly, he probably played for par there.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:05 PM
    Tiger with a makeable putt for birdie on 17 - though it's exactly of the type he's missed all week long. He has not birdied 17 at the tournament, and will finish +1 at the hole for the week if he fails to birdie here. Koepka on the 18th fairway.
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    Apr 14, 19, 01:00 PM
    Koepka slid about a 10-12 foot birdie putt to the left of the hole - it never had a chance. He'll tap in for par to remain at -12. If Tiger holds on, this will be the longest gap between Masters wins ever.
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    Apr 14, 19, 12:59 PM
    Schauffele went bunker to bunker on the 18th, and will have to hole a shot from the greenside bunker to be able to match Dustin Johnson's -12. Barring something miraculous, this appears to be Tiger versus Koepka head to head with 2 shots in hand for Tiger. Koepka has a birdie putt on 17 coming. Tiger's on the fairway.
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    Apr 14, 19, 12:55 PM
    Tiger headed to the 17th tee with a two shot lead fresh off of two straight birdies. Johnson cannot close the gap himself in the clubhouse; Schauffele is already on the 18th hole himself, so would either need to eagle or birdie to put pressure on. Koepka is on 17, and now appears to be the best challenger.
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    Apr 14, 19, 12:48 PM
    Tiger nearly got an ace at 16, caught the slope on the green and it nearly drifted all the way in. He's got an extremely makeable putt for birdie at 16 which would put him two clear.
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    Apr 14, 19, 12:43 PM
    Dustin Johnson shoots a 68 to become the leader in the clubhouse at -12.
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    Apr 14, 19, 12:42 PM
    Molinari was lucky not to go into the water twice on 15. The ball stayed up on the green downslope, when just about every time you see it roll right on down into the water. Tiger is breathing clean air at -13 through 15, the leader alone. His playing partners now sit at -10.
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    Apr 14, 19, 12:37 PM
    It's funny - after my post that is basically what happened. Molinari finally seemed to feel the moment, and has had his worst golf of the entire week now. Tiger hasn't exactly roared to the top, but he is tied for the lead. The interesting thing is that a lot of other golfers have risen too. Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, and Xavier Schauffele have all joined at -12 for the lead. Just a few holes left.
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    Apr 14, 19, 12:00 PM
    I guess what I meant is that in the final pairing on Sunday, he'd play his best, or at least well, and slam the door on everyone. If he was a modest -2 for the day, he'd be in the lead alone right now.
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    Apr 14, 19, 11:18 AM
    There’s still time, but this feels like the other close calls of late have. Once upon a time Tiger rose to the challenge and his opponent would wilt. That just hasn’t been happening, in both directions. This is there for the taking, but Tiger has been unable to capitalize. Still holding out hope.
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    Apr 6, 19, 07:17 PM
    They just said on the broadcast that Virginia should have been called for a double dribble.
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    Apr 6, 19, 07:13 PM
    Virginia has had back to back legit miracles.
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    Apr 6, 19, 07:11 PM
    It is incredible that we have had two of these last second calls on three pointers in this tourney. They never call those.
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    Apr 6, 19, 07:00 PM
    Virginia upchucking. Outscored 12-0 to fall behind. And then instead of going for a 2 for 1 when they got the ball with one minute left, they bled the entire shot clock for an atrocious shot, and now have to foul.
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    Apr 6, 19, 06:25 PM
    I mean, sure, it is possible he isn’t the best ever and it is possible that he got out coached in that game. I suppose overrated is a relative term, but I don’t see much of a leg to stand on to call him overrated. No one has won more titles in the 64 team era.
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    Apr 6, 19, 12:19 PM
    Most NCAA wins, most NCAA tournament wins, tied for most Final Four appearances (with Wooden), #2 in NCAA Championships (behind Wooden). What a bum.
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    Apr 2, 19, 03:38 PM
    Third team. He wasn't a first team selection by any of the major organizations. Anthony Davis, Draymond Green, Thomas Robinson, and Jared Sullinger were first team on the AP, USBWA, NABC, and TSN lists. Doug McDermott was on all but TSN, who selected Isaiah Canaan. The undefeated team only got one on the AP first team as well, Willie Cauley-Stein. Karl-Anthony Towns was relegated to second team.
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    Apr 2, 19, 12:49 PM
    First time a team has had multiple first team selections since Kentucky in 2010. Duke also had two in 2006. Interesting thing is that none of those three teams even made the Final Four. Duke was the last to do both, in 2001, when they won with Shane Battier and Jay Williams.
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    Apr 1, 19, 11:26 AM
    Even if they don't hit a Final Four in the next four years and Cal retires, he will do so as the second longest tenured coach at the school (tied for it with Joe B Hall), second winningest coach at the school (which he already holds), and will have taken them to the second most Final Fours (which, again, he already holds). He'll have an outside shot at having the best winning percentage in school history.
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    Apr 1, 19, 11:26 AM
    This is where you lost me. I don't understand how fans having a better and more proper outlook - some having started that way and some evolving to it - is a bad thing. I don't think it would be fair to harp on unrealistic expectations from some in the UK fanbase (which is common because, well, there are a lot) and then hammer the same fanbase for having a more proper outlook, or for having seen the error of their ways.
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