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OT: The NBA All-Star fan voting process is broken

OT: The NBA All-Star fan voting process is broken

“Fans continue to argue that they should have the final say in the voting, but being a starter in the All-Star Game is important to many players and to their legacy.”

Overtime: Donovan Mitchell is dominating the first round of the NBA Playoffs

Donovan Mitchell makes a move to the basket in an NBA playoff game. Mitchell has been one of the breakout superstars of the NBA bubble. Photo by Bleacher Report. JACK GUTZLER | SPORTS REPORTER | jgutzler@butler.edu Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell has caught the attention of the entire NBA in the early stages of the

OVERTIME: Pacers in good shape, Stevens looking at a rough year

BEN SIECK | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR The National Basketball Association regular season tipped off last night. There are two teams the Butler community might have an interest in this season: the hometown Indiana Pacers and Brad Stevens’ Boston Celtics. After coming within one game of reaching last year’s NBA Finals, the Pacers should have their

Men’s basketball: Smith entertains professional prospects

Six-foot-eleven senior Andrew Smith is looking to continue his basketball career in the U.S. or abroad. To prepare, he’s entered St. Vincent Sports Performance’s rigorous pre-NBA draft training program, which he will continue up until the draft in late June. “Going from college to the NBA is very different,” Smith said. “There’s no real way