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Death Takes A Toll In February

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    Earl Lloyd got 4-5 paragraphs in the L.A. Times. Disgusting. But those are the times we live in.
    February has been a cruel month when it comes to deaths of icons and sports figures. Unfortunately, we add Anthony Mason to the list.
    The Sports Fan Journal

February 28, 2015   No Comments

Don’t Hurt ‘Em Hammer

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    The 2nd-half of the season got off to a nice start, particularly if you’re a Thunder or Clippers’ fan. Spurs-Clippers was a yawner in the 1st half. But things picked up in the 2nd half. DeAndre Jordan was the focus of it.
    The Sports Xchange

February 20, 2015   No Comments

‘Missing Energy Guy On His Team’

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    Sucked 1st time we heard it. Gone too soon.
    Doc Rivers on Thursday: “It was sad. It’s very sad. He was very healthy. We saw him at our game the last time we were in Portland, so…52-years-old? That’s just very sad.”
    OregonLive.com

February 20, 2015   No Comments

Can’t Take The Leeds Out Of Charles

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    Some folks are a product of their environment. Take Charles Barkley and his hometown of Leeds, Ala.
    Excellent piece by Jesse Washington, who will be 1 of the featured writers for ESPN’s TheUndefeated.com, a site focusing on African American themes. No shit Sherlock.
    Still, as much as we’ve been Barkley’s biggest critics (and will continue to do so) because he doesn’t do his homework, and he needs to read more, this is good work and offers some insight.
    ESPN.com

February 20, 2015   No Comments

Numbers Racket

February 17, 2015   No Comments

Game With More Game

February 17, 2015   No Comments

Taking His Balls Home

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    “Right now, I need a lot of work on my game and to still spend time with the people that are important to me.”
    N.Y.Times

February 13, 2015   No Comments

It’s His World

February 13, 2015   No Comments

Jerry Tarkanian: 1930-2015

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    Lots of legends leaving the building past couple of weeks.
    First UNLV home game I saw was against Stacey King and the Sooners in the early ’90s. Stacey went for 49. This was the Stacey Augmon-Greg Anthony-Anderson Hunt Rebels. This was the year before they got Larry Johnson. But what stood out more, at least to me, was the fireworks and lights show at the Thomas & Mack before the game. Shit like that is common now, but back then? Nobody did that.
    Did we mention Mike Tyson was shooting baskets before that? Yep, with a grinning Don King standing nearby. Probably still stealing money from Mike as we speak.
    Of course there also was ‘Tark’ pacing the sidelines. And Billy Tubbs. Best of friends. 1 helluva game too, which OU won by a point.
    A legend before his time. RIP.
    USA Today

February 12, 2015   No Comments

Vegas: Sights & Seen

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In addition to an appearance at the Grammys in L.A. on Sunday night, New England Patriot and Super Bowl XLIX hero Malcolm Butler spent Saturday at the D Casino in downtown Las Vegas.

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February 9, 2015   No Comments