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Tim Lincecum went six innings allowing only four hits and one run in his first start since 2015. Gregory Bull / Associated Press
Tim Lincecum went six innings allowing only four hits and one run in his first start since 2015. Gregory Bull / Associated Press

The Freak is Back

Tim Lincecum has made his way back to the MLB and with a strong outing in his first appearance in an Angels uniform, staff writer Antonia Bird believes the Freak is back.
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2016 NBA Mock Draft

Prepared to tip-off this evening, the 2016 NBA Draft entail an abundance of talented prospects looking to excel at the next level. Staff writer Liam Bailey breaks down some of the potential lottery pi...
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After averaging 30.1 ppg in the regular season, Curry only managed 22.6 ppg in the Finals. Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images
After averaging 30.1 ppg in the regular season, Curry only managed 22.6 ppg in the Finals. Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images

More than a Loss

The game seven loss to the Cavaliers on Sunday Night was a devastating one for every Warrior fan, player, executive involved, but it most likely hurt the image of the leagues first unanimous MVP, Step...
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Witnessing The “King” Prevail

Despite facing a 3-1 deficit, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers managed to fulfill what no other team in NBA history has ever achieved by winning the series 4-3. Leading the Cavs' triumph was J...
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PETA Mistakes Freebirds for Poultry Activism Group, Backpedals After Seeing Nachos

Earlier this year, the group publicly endorsed the restaurant for its “pro-bird activism,” despite the fact that no member had set foot inside the establishment.
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NBA Free Agency: Celtics Searching for Gold

With NBA Free Agency set to begin in less than a month, staff writer Liam Bailey discusses the fate of the Boston Celtics and the possible moves that could be made in preparation for\ the 2016-17 seas...
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Why France Will Win the Euro 2016

With the 2016 UEFA European Championship beginning yesterday June 10, staff writer Ryan Burns provides an early prediction that concludes with the hometown team winning it all.
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Despite the lack of attendance at this year's Deltopia, students still enjoyed the first weekend of spring quarter. Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus

In Photos: Year in Review 2015-2016

Recapping the 2015-2016 school year through pictures from Daily Nexus photographers.
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Despite the lack of attendance at this year's Deltopia, students still enjoyed the first weekend of spring quarter. Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus
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A Universal Legend: Remembering Muhammad Ali

As we all mourn the passing of sports legend Muhammad Ali as of last Friday, staff writer Elliot Thornton puts the career and life of the "Greatest of All Time" in perspective.
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2016 Nexus Sport Awards: Gauchos in Full Effect

Reminisce on the best moments, storylines and highlights of the 2015-2016 sports season.
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Daily Nexus / Jasmine Vaughn

Clinton, Sanders Drop Out of Race, Chancellor Yang Set To Run

A regular superhero, Yang plans to fulfill his duties as chancellor for the remainder of the year while simultaneously running a full-fledged campaign.
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Haikus to Student Health

A series of Haikus dedicated to the unique experience of going to Student Health.
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#LeahStrong: Strength in Inches

Appearing in her father Devon Still's wedding as the flower girl some weeks back, the courageous battle of Leah Still is celebrated by Staff Writer Elliot Thornton.
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Clippers’ Dimming Future

After another season of not advancing past the second round, the Clippers are left in a sense of desperation as they look to move forward.
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The new Lakers new 'Big Three', Russell (left), Randle (center), and Clarkson (right), will try to bring the team back to relevancy. /courtesy of Getty Images
The new Lakers new 'Big Three', Russell (left), Randle (center), and Clarkson (right), will try to bring the team back to relevancy. /courtesy of Getty Images

Lakers Looking To Become Winners Again

The Lakers must try new methods to turn the franchise back into a championship contender after another lackluster season and the firing of the team's head coach.
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