Tag "Levi Levine"

Heaven is a Playground — Levi Levine, Vince Carter, racism, and Rucker Park

The most important basketball game in the sports history occurred on Feb. 19, 1948, when the embodiment of pointed white elbows, stiff horizontal movement, set shots and athletic goggles faced off against the “negro quint,” as they were dubbed by

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#TBT — OBW Classic Clip: Albany’s Chris Wyatt dunks all over BU

In honor of “throwback Thursday” AKA TBT, OBW editor-in-chief will be delving into his video archive

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The death of a dream and the birth of a calling

God never closes a door without opening a window. To most, it is a clichéd saying

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The Mouth of the America East continues to roar

Albany, NY – The mouth of the America East will continue to roar. On Thursday afternoon

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Goodbye and Good Luck, Glowiak

“I have to remind myself that some birds aren’t meant to be caged. Their feathers are

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“Ball ’till I Fall,”

The legend goes that former University of Albany enforcer Levi Levine was once bitten by a

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Tough Enough: Albany head coach Will Brown and the Great Danes are fighting until the end.

(Albany, New York) – Three minutes into the first half of the second semifinal of the

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Morris for 3

Of all the former America East players suiting up amongst the ranks of professional ball, Tyler

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The Past is Present: Which alum could help your team?

How many times have fans sat back and thought, “Man, if only we had player X

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