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The Two-Way

Clang! Three Reasons Why Many Shots May Miss Tonight

Playing inside a dome, in front of 70,000 people and on a raised court is going to make things tough on the players when they take shots, coaches say.

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It's All Politics

Next For GOP: A Brief Stop In Kansas And A Southern Swing

Kansas holds its GOP caucuses on Saturday. But not all the candidates are making appearances there.

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