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From the Basement | NBA’s ongoing struggle to return from injury

Benny Greenspan, Staff Reporter April 27, 2022

As the New Orleans Pelicans are neck and neck in a series with the league leading Phoenix Suns, the question that has been looming over the Pelicans is still relevant: when will Zion Williamson come...

Beach volleyball has mixed end to the regular season

Beach volleyball has mixed end to the regular season

Mark Keplinger, Sports Editor April 27, 2022

Since the March window, Tulane University beach volleyball has had a middling April. The squad has gone 6-4 over two tournaments and a home doubleheader. The Green Wave will travel to Huntsville, Alabama...

2022 NFL draft

The Hullabaloo’s 2022 NFL Mock Draft

Jake Blancher, Associate Sports Editor April 27, 2022

The 2022 NFL Draft is now just days away. It is a much anticipated night for both players and fans alike. Here are The Hullabaloo’s predictions for what will happen on day one, as the first 32 picks...

Tulane baseball is now top of the AAC after taking two of three from ECU.

Tulane baseball reclaims top spot in the AAC

Jeremy Rosen, Staff Reporter April 27, 2022

This weekend, Tulane University faced off against the conference-leading East Carolina Pirates in a huge three-game series, winning the series 2-1. The impressive performance placed the Green Wave...

NBA superteam

From the Basement | Death of NBA superteam

Jeremy Rosen, Staff Reporter April 22, 2022

Back in August, it seemed almost inevitable that the Los Angeles Lakers and the Brooklyn Nets were going to match up in the NBA Finals. The top-end talent on both teams looked absolutely insane on...

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Tulane women’s golf AAC champions after heroic comeback

Mark Keplinger, Sports Editor April 20, 2022

Tulane University women’s golf won the American Athletic Conference championship, the first ever in program history. Hosted in Pinehurst, North Carolina by East Carolina University, the Green...

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From the Basement | Why is hockey’s popularity falling?

Zach Brandwein, Staff Reporter April 20, 2022

When you think of the North American “Big Four” sports leagues, what comes to mind? Traditionally, it is the NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL. Not anymore. Recently, soccer overtook hockey in American viewership.    Personally,...

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Tulane baseball battling for top spot in AAC

Mark Keplinger, Sports Editor April 18, 2022

Tulane baseball remains second place within the American Athletic Conference heading into a major three-game homestand against the conference leaders East Carolina Pirates. In the past two weeks, the...

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2022 NFL offseason: ‘Craziest of all time’

Zach Brandwein, Staff Reporter April 18, 2022

Although free agency started less than a month ago, so much has gone down that some are already calling this offseason the “craziest of all time.” What makes this offseason so great is all the...

Zion Williamson

From the Basement | Zion should come back to Pelicans

Max Yazdian, Contributing Reporter April 8, 2022

On May 14, 2019, the entire city of New Orleans celebrated as the New Orleans Pelicans won the draft lottery with just a 6% chance of doing so. While receiving the first overall pick is always a big...

Beach Volleyball

Beach volleyball on winning streak entering home stretch

Ethan Goodman, Staff Reporter April 6, 2022

After coming off a dominant performance of 5-0 at Tulane’s White Sands Volleyball Courts, The Green Wave Beach Volleyball team headed to Gulf Shores, Alabama to compete in the March to May Tournament...

Tulane baseball has won the last six of their eight games

Luis Aviles, Green Wave baseball rolls hot heading into April

Mark Keplinger, Sports Editor April 6, 2022

Tulane baseball is on a hot streak heading into April, as they won their last two series and their last six of eight. Powered by catcher Luis Aviles and pitcher Grant Siegel, the Green Wave is surging...

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