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In the most immense offseason in NBA history, fans witnessed the league finally restored to balance, and it would be fair to thank one individual, Kawhi Leonard. This postseason, Leonard defied all odds and not only outshined in the Eastern Conference, but defeated the unstoppable Golden State Warrior team. Granted, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, and Demarcus Cousins all battled injuries, but Kawhi changed the game, not only for one season, but for the benefit of many NBA franchises for a long awaiting future.
This is shaping up to be a Super Bowl for the ages, let's see what the minds of 42Fifty have to say about the biggest sports event of the year.
The Oswego High School boys varsity soccer team beat Romeoville 4-1 on Thursday, Sept. 26. OHS improved to 10-4-1 on the season (5-0-0 in the conference) while Romeoville dropped to 4-9-0 (1-5-0 in conference). The most notable takeaway from this game was the improved communication of the Panthers’ players.
The Panthers began the first quarter with high energy. An energy that was portrayed through senior center Connor McCance’s posterizing put-back dunk over the Romeoville starting center. McCance wasn’t the only player fuel to the Panthers’ fire, off of the first of McCance’s six monstrous rejections, senior guard Jack Kahoun rainbowed a contested three-pointer on the fast break.
It is the end of October, and half of the NFL season has gone by. Many teams have faced ups and downs throughout the eight weeks of, and there have also been a few teams who have been booms so far, and some who are busts.

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