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Florida places two big men in the NBA All-Star Game for the second time in four years.
Joakim Noah, David Lee get All-Star nods: It'll be Noah's first NBA All-Star Game, and Lee's second, and it's the first time since 2010, when Lee and Al Horford were both All-Stars, that Florida has had two All-Stars in a year. (GatorZone)
Women's basketball falls to Mississippi: Shooting under 30 percent is usually not advisable. (GatorZone)
Sydney Moss loses her father figure: This is a sad story, and also probably the best one GatorZone will publish this year. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)
Florida lacrosse wins exhibition against England: That's right: Florida's lacrosse team is better than England's. (GatorZone)
On "knowing how to win": And, also, on the idea that being up 20 is a better indicator of the quality of a team than winning close games. (Ken Pomeroy)
The book of Bill Walsh: I've known about (and wanted) Finding the Winning Edge for years, but this story paints it as product and producer of obsession. (Seth Wickersham, ESPN The Magazine)
Florida basketball has nutty fans who take tons of video from the nosebleeds, too: I'm so proud.
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