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After news broke that the Toronto Raptors Training Centre was renamed to the OVO Athletic Centre on Thursday, The GIST had the opportunity to interview Raptors President, Masai Ujiri. To give you some background, Ujiri’s been the Raps’ fearless and progressive leader since September 2016. Ujiri was born in Africa and moved to the U.S. to play college basketball. While Ujiri only played a couple years of pro in Europe, he’s excelled on the business side of sport. Keep reading.

Why is February so short? To make room for March. Bring on the madness!

March Madness is an annual NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) basketball tournament. If you don’t remember cheering for your school while you were in your undergrad, that’s because you couldn’t. March Madness only includes 68 of the best college basketball teams in the U.S., with this year’s tourney taking place in 14 different cities from March 19th to April 8th. Keep reading. Or, enter our men’s and women’s brackets.

Earlier this month, The GIST had the pleasure of sitting down with Aimee for an interview to help spotlight women in the Sens organization. We asked Aimee about everything from the influence of sports in her life growing up to how she handles marketing after scandals like the, um, Uber situation, to if she prefers Justin Bieber or Shawn Mendes. Let’s get to know Aimee.


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