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2017 NFL Season Thread
Today, 07:44 PM
I missed this guy. Welcome back to NY. I doesn't matter the Rangers will still miss the playoffs. At least I have some reason to watch them again.
Cash-strapped Pens deal Kovalev to Rangers
I loved seeing this guy play, especially that patented Sky Hook, how he and Magic had their Showtime goin' on!!! Anyway, if anyone shares my passion f/the big guy, how he's participating, I figured I'd add this.
Jabbar returns to college, as analyst
by Jim Baker
Wednesday, February 12, 2003
CBS yesterday fortified its NCAA basketball tourney team by hiring Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as an analyst and teaming him with...
From all the skiers (the skier?) on this board - Congratulations! Go USA!
Miller's Win Revives Hopes of Underachieving U.S. Team
By BILL PENNINGTON
All day yesterday, and continuing today, I've been hearing that a deal between the Sixers and Knicks is almost complete involving Latrell Sprewell and Kieth Van Horn. Supposedly, it was first reported on ESPN Radio, although I haven't heard it there, and haven't heard it anywhere else. I still don't believe this is true, but now I'm hearing it's being reported on ESPN Insider, which I don't have.
I was just wondering if someone who does have Insider could just let me know whether this is...
Boy did they do our school proud, 2003 STATE CHAMPS!!!
WE GOT A THREE-PEAT!!
It's Easton, Easton, Easton!
Powerful Red Rovers remain No. 1 with third straight title
Sunday, February 09, 2003
Now batting, Richard Dutrow
Trainer Richard Dutrow Jr. said he has known New York Yankees manager Joe Torre and bench coach Don Zimmer for the last four years and had been wanting to name a good horse after them for a while. Torre and Zim, who makes his stakes debut in Saturday's Whirlaway Stakes, is that horse.
"They call me every time I have one in," Dutrow said. "They love the action. They love the racing game. We've been to the stadium a...
Wow!!! Wow!!! Did anybody see this young man play in the tournament at Trenton?
Unbelievable performance! Fifty-two points (a career high) five steals (back-to-back to start the second half finished off by slams) a near half court trey, and some no-look passes.....
This kid is unreal. For once, the hype just might be earned.
Tonight's loss, proudly broadcasted on Crappyvision's MSG Netnork, was brought to you by Sandy McCarthy. With the game knotted at 3 apiece midway through the third on the Rangers on a power play McCarthy thought it would be a great idea to take a retaliatory penalty in the offensive zone. Of course, Ottawa scored on the ensuing power play and the Rangers continue to plummet out of playoff contention.
Thanks, Sandy. I hope Glen Sather has two words for you tomorrow: healthy scratch. I...
This is disappointing. I thought Vindication looked great when he won the BC Juvenile, and I was looking forward to his 3-year-old campaign. I guess we'll have to wait until they run a couple more prep races to see who the new favorite will be.
Vindication out of Derby
By STEVE ANDERSEN
ARCADIA, Calif. - Vindication, the champion 2-year-old colt of 2002, will miss the Triple Crown because of a suspensory injury to his left foreleg,...
December 10, 2002
NEXT: LeBron James
This time, Next is robbing the cradle.
There's this boy/man/narcissist out there, impersonating an NBA player, except he's 17 and still subject to a Catholic high school dress code. He lives in a two-bedroom Akron apartment, with an Ann Iverson clone, and the place is a virtual shrine to a 6'6" guard from North Carolina. "Got like 50 pictures of MJ on my wall -- that's all you need to know about me," the phenom says. "Got Iverson, McGrady, Magic...
I was listening to the Dan Patrick Show and they said that it's the 10th anniversary of the death of Arthur Ashe. It's hard believe it's been 10 years. :(
Arthur Ashe: A story of courage, grace and reputation
Arthur Ashe was one of the world's greatest tennis players. In 1975, he was the first African American to win the Wimbledon tennis championship, defeating Jimmy Connors. He wasn't given any chance to win. But, while he may be remembered most for his athletic accomplishments,...
The 2003 conference season has begun. I'm looking forward to an exciting year from my team the Syracuse Orangemen. They have one of the top freshman in the country, Carmelo "Melo" Anthony. Best player in an orange uniform since Moten. He is the Big East leader in scoring and second in rebounding. SU is very young this year, but Boeheim usually does better coaching youngsters.
The opening game of ESPN's "Big Monday" featured ND vs. Pitt. The Panthers dominated the 2nd half enroute to a blow...
No, I'm not a sore loser. Neither team meant much to me. Ask people who know nothing about football, and they would say Oakland looked awkward. In my honest opinion, they looked pretty damn awkward! You know how much the mob made on this upset in Vegas and what-not.
Am I the only one here who thinks this? 2,000,000 rioters in oakland can't be wrong!
Jayson Williams settles suit in shooting death
Driver's family believes shooting wasn't intentional
TRENTON, N.J. -- Former NBA star Jayson Williams has reached a settlement with the family of the limousine driver who was shot to death at Williams' New Jersey mansion.
Williams' attorneys have not released terms of the settlement,...
The sprotsline.com homepage has a note that says:
B R E A K I N G N E W S
Report: Rangers fire Trottier
A radio report says New York, stumbling along with a 21-26-6-1 record, has fired its coach in the middle of his first season.
Man, if it's true they sure didn't give him much time.
Jimmy boy Dolan says the Rangers are going to win the Stanley Cup this year! He has to be the biggest moron in business.
It was announced on local TV News tonight that UConn Men's Basketball coach Jim Calhoun was diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer. They said it was caught very early and is treatable. He is hoping to be back in 3-4 weeks after undergoing treatment. While I am a Duke fan and a rival of the UConn program, I had the pleasure to meet Coach Calhoun a few years back and he is a great guy. My best wishes to him on a speedy recovery!
While I'm not usually big on all-star games, today's NHL game was really a good one. Really intense there at the end!
Makes me wish the Rangers were good.:o
Second avalanche kill in two weeks. What's the matter with these people? Dey crazy! :confused:
Saturday, Feb. 1, 2003
Seven Killed in Western Canadian Avalanche
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) - Seven people were
JASON WHO? NETS CRUISE
By MARK HALE
Nets 89 - Hornets 72
February 1, 2003 -- A game like this - maybe that's when you really know you have a special team.
Last night at the Meadowlands there was no Jason Kidd. There was no Richard Jefferson. No Dikembe Mutombo. No Rodney Rogers.
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