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1 Word for Boeheim's 900th: Amazing

Rich Barnes/USA Today Sports

Jim Boeheim earned the 900th win of his coaching career Monday night with a win over Detroit, and I would love to come up with 900 observations about that. But I won't, because:

A. I don't have 900 observations.

B. Boeheim would absolutely loathe anybody writing 900 things about him, and I don't want to be rude.

C. It would be a more fitting tribute to Boeheim to cut those 900 observations down to five and get the hell out of here.

So here we go.

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