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The Big Ten Tournament in New York City was a success


Big Ten basketball and New York City are more compatible than we thought. Thanks to strong fan turnout, the aura of an unrivaled venue, and a conveniently high number of competitive games, commissioner ’s oft-criticized decision to bring the conference tournament to the Big Apple has become a lot more defensible after watching the action unfold. (SB Nation)

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