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As a sophomore at Emsley A. Laney High School, Jordan is deemed too short and cut from the varsity basketball team. Coach Clifton "Pop" Herring selects 6-foot-8 sophomore Leroy Smith instead. Jordan would make the team the following year.

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The Browns must upgrade their offensive line if Baker Mayfield has any hope in improving on a porous sophomore campaign in the pros. Wirfs is the best pass protector in this class. Top needs: OT, S, LB

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Helen Hoang's sophomore novel proves she's here to stay and a new auto-buy author for me. "The Bride Test" introduces us to Khai, an autistic businessman who doesn't think he can love until his mom convinces a Vietnamese woman with secrets, Esme, to come to the U.S. and win his heart (and maybe give her grandchildren). A welcome new addition to romance, the novel is full of misunderstandings, complex characters and a boisterous family who noses into everything. You'll be smiling through your tears at the end.

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The one-and-done rule, which everyone has always hated, could soon be done-and-gone. USA Today reported in February that the NBA had asked its players association to change the age limit for players from 19 to 18 come 2022. That would override one-and-done, which has existed since 2005 and rendered college basketball a de facto way station for the best recruits. The weird part of one-and-done ...

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