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Norv Turner Fired from Oakland Raiders

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NFL,

Norv Turner became the sixth NFL head coaching casualty since the end of the season, joining Mike Martz, Mike Tice, Mike Sherman, Jim Haslett and Dom Capers on the unemployment line.  You could see the end of the line for Norv Turner when Randy Moss was interviewed in the middle of the season, and was asked his opinion of Turner.  In pro sports when it comes down to the star player or the head coach, …

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Damon Stoudamire Out for Entire Year

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, NBA,

Guard Damon Stoudamire of the Memphis Grizzlies suffered a torn tendon in his knee last night in Portland.  He and new backcourt-mate Eddies Jones, have been leading the Grizzlies to another playoff bound season.  This will be a big blow to the team, as Stoudamire was already named team co-captain along with Jones in just their first year on the team.  They will now rely on their other point guard Bobby Jackson, who has been …

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Saints to Going Back to Louisiana

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Posted by Edwin Soto
Categories: Front Office, NFL,

The Saints and the NFL have come to an agreement in where they will play next season and it looks like they are going home.  After lots of speculation about San Antonio and Los Angeles, looks like they will be going to their regular facility just outside of New Orleans and expect to play the majority of regular season games at the Superdome.  Wasn’t it in shambles?  Apperantly the damage that was reported to be unrepairable …

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Happy 21st Birthday Lebron James

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Posted by Edwin Soto
Categories: Athletes, NBA,

Just 21 years ago, an NBA Legend-to-be was born.  To grace us with many a thunderous dunks, to soar to the beyond and contest Micheal Jordan’s greatness.  More importantly than all of this: the limos, the women, and all the money in the world graces one of the most beloved 21 year olds in the nation.  A genuine Happy Birthday Lebron, basketball plans on never being the same without you.  Oh, and stop asking Carmelo “how …

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Kobe Bryant Suspended for 2 Games

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, NBA,

Kobe Bryant will miss 2 games for the elbow shot he gave Mike Miller of the Grizzlies during Wednesday night’s game. Bryant took an accidental shot from Miller earlier in the game. The Lakers sure need an enforcer on team to make sure stuff like that doesn’t happen to its star player, someone to play the Charles Oakley, Dale Davis type role. Thanks for nothing, Kwame Brown, Andrew Bynum. I thought high school kids were …

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Oklahoma Sooners Defeat #6 Oregon Ducks

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NCAA, College Football,

This game caught my eye last night, I’ve been hearing that the Ducks were being disrespected by not being invited to a BCS bowl game. With the result, the bowl selection committee was correct. The final score 17-14, with the Ducks threatening to score in the final minutes, already in field goal range, Ducks quaterback throws an interception to end the game. Funny notes towards the end of the game: Brady Leaf (Oregon) threw an INT …

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What does Glory Road Say About Disney?

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Posted by Edwin Soto
Categories: Editorial, NCAA, College Basketball,

The Media Giant, aka Rulers of the Free World, aka Disney will hit us up with “Glory Road” on January 13th of ‘06.  Granted they want the strongest possible audience, so it was a good call dodging “The Chronicles of Narnia”, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” and of course “King Kong.”  Jerry Bruckheimer produces the film adding to his long line of successes, but while he’s mostly known for blockbusters, how did he come …

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Pat Riley Trying to Stop USC’s 3-peat

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Editorial, NBA, NCAA, College Football,

Not only do the USC Trojans have to worry about the Texas Longhorns in the Rose Bowl, but they are trying to be stopped by NBA coach Rat Riley’s lawyers. Coach Riley came up with the phrase and actually has a trademark on its use: If anyone else uses “threepeat” or “3peat”, he can demand financial reward for infringement. Anyone who wants to manufacture clothing with the term “3peat” will need to get a license from …

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McFarlane Toys Sports Action Figures

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: MLB,

I’ll admit, I don’t know a lot about sports collectibles, regarding what the going rates are, if one model is particularly scarce or a limited edition. Something struck me as very peculiar, a Nomar Garciaparra figure in a Red Sox uniform was on sale for $6.99, which makes sense because he is no longer with the team. So then why is the Garciaparra figure in a Chicago Cub uniform still retail price at $12.99? He never …

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What Is Larry Brown Doing?

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Editorial, Front Office, NBA,

The New York Knicks lost again last night to the Orlando Magic, dropping their record to 7-20. With this loss, they are now tied for the second worse record in the entire league, and have already played 18 different starting lineups. This year many Knick fans were hoping for a shot at the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference, but this is now pretty much a long shot, with no help in sight. Larry Brown has …

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