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2014 Season: TPSNBA Update Playoff Preview


We were off for an extra week to get lined up for our TPSNBA playoffs. This week we talked about LeBron returning to Cleveland, the TPSNBA regular season, our TPSNMLB draft and the 100% chance that Michigan will win the NCAA Tournament.

Join the TPSN NCAA Tournament Challenge group. Sign-up info below:
Get in on the excitement of this year's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Compete against other fans as you fill out a bracket and earn points for every correct pick! Come out on top and you could win a $10,000 Best Buy gift card. Get a group together and earn plenty of bragging rights among your friends by winning it all. Best of all, it's free to play and win. 

Get in the action now: 
http://games.espn.go.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/en/group?groupID=6397&groupp=YnNtaXRoA&invitesource=email&inviteuser=NDAyNTg2NDY5A&ex_cid=invite-email-tcmen 

Group: Picks or it didn't happen 
Password: bsmith



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