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Pitcher Jack Morris and shortstop Alan Trammell have been voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame by the Modern BaaebalL Era Committee. Morris and Trammell be inducted in Cooperstown on July 29, 2018, along with any players elected by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, to be unveiled on Jan. 24, 2018.
• Maybe as good as it gets: Columbia/Legacy Recordings will release Miles Davis & John Coltrane - The Final Tour: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 6 on March 23, 2018.
• Or for Jimi Hendrix fans maybe this is as good as it gets: Experience Hendrix & Legacy Recordings will release on March 9 Both Sides of the Sky, with 13 studio recordings between 1968-70, ten of which have never been released.

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1. Carson Wentz QB Philadelphia Eagles
2. Dak Prescott QB Dallas Cowboys
3. Tom Brady QB New England Patriots

4. Ezekiel Elliott RB Dallas Cowboys
5. Von Miller LB Denver Broncos
6. Odell Beckham Jr, WR New York Giants
7. Antonio Brown WR Pittsburgh Steelers

8. Rob Gronkowski TE New England Patriots
9. James Conner RB Pittsburgh Steelers
10. Julio Jones WR Atlanta Falcons
11. Matthew Stafford QB Detroit Lions
12. Mitch Trubisky QB Chicago Bears
13. A.J. Green WR Cincinnati Bengals
14. Luke Kuechly LB Carolina Panthers
15. J.J. Watt DE Houston Texans

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1. Miguel Almirón
2. Bastian Schweinsteiger
3. Josef Martínez
4. Jordan Morris
5. David Villa
6. Clint Dempsey
7. Sebastian Giovinco
8. Kaká
9. Andrea Pirlo
10. Nicolás Lodeiro

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Chris Paul, Jimmy Butler Put NBA Back On The Road Again To The 'Big Dance'

By Barry Janoff

March 6, 2017: With a league filled with former college players — many of whom competed in March Madness, aka "The Big Dance" — the NBA two years ago found an organic marketing platform in its "March Madness/Road to the Playoffs" campaign.

This time, the second year of the effort, "The Dance Never Ends," stars:

Chris Paul (Los Angeles Clippers/Wake Forest Demon Deacons)

Jimmy Butler (Chicago Bulls/Marquette Golden Eagles)

Gordon Hayward (Utah Jazz/Butler Bulldogs)

Kemba Walker (Charlotte Hornets/UConn Huskies). Walker's Huskies defeated Butler in 2011 to win the National Championship.

Each player is featured in a 15-second video that highlights their former colleges’ signature mascot, colors and fan celebrations.

It also touts the upcoming NBA playoffs, scheduled to begin April 15.

According to the NBA, the campaign illustrates "the pride that ties these players back to their respective alma maters (and) conveys that NBA players possess the same passion and intensity for competition that they showed in college."

Among the NBA players who appeared in the previous "The Dance Never Ends" campaign for March Madness in 2015 are Stephen Curry, James Harden, Russell Westbrook, Dwyane Wade, Paul Pierce, Al Horford and Klay Thompson.

"The Dance Never Ends" is part of the league’s "This Is Why We Play" umbrella platform.

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