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Friday, April 25, 2003

Melo announced for NBA
Hopefully the down trodden Knicks can get him at #3, but of course there is prob some french center that they want to draft or they'll trade his rights for some hobbled veteran who can't play.

Thursday, April 24, 2003

Karl is bitching about Martin's foul
but what about Kukoc's walk you dumb bastard?

Stoudemire beats Yao out for top rookie honor
I had them both on my championship winning fantasy basketball team. []

Wednesday, April 23, 2003

The Yankees have played 15,484 regular-season games, going 8,794-6,690 and most of those 6690 were in the 80's.

Tuesday, April 22, 2003

NBA: I feel a little bad for KG. Now they are going to get on his case again for not making it out of the first round. They're playing the Lakers! I definitely don't think the Lakers are a lock. If forced to choose I say its Sactown's year. That team is crazy deep. No one is as ruthless as the Lakers though. Spurs have a shot if they make it past the Suns. Mavs have no shot. The East? Who cares? I don't think Detroit has the offense to make it far. I don't care how good their defense is. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if McGrady single-handedly knocks them out in the first round. NJ is the team to beat in the East. Pacers could take the East if the make it past the Celts which will be tough. Philly has been playing well and if Iverson continues to roll then Philly could reclaim the East title. I say it comes down btwn NJ and Philly in an East Coast throwdown. NJ takes it unless Iverson scorches them which is possible. Sac over NJ in a 7 game run-and-gun finals.

NHL. The Devils sometimes have trouble with teams like the Lightning but I think they'll survive. The Devils defense has just been sick. Against Boston, once the devils got the lead they just shut them down. Boston was often having trouble getting the puck out of their own end of the ice. Best defense in Hockey plus one of the best goalies ever equals another Eastern Conference championship. The Senators will have a tough time against the survivor of the Flyers/Leafs. If the Flyers survive they could possible take the East but with Dejardin out with a broken foot it will be tough. The Leafs/Flyers game 7 tonight should be a classic. Three multi-overtime games in a series? Could tonight be a fourth? Both teams have just gone all out this series. In the West, if Giguire on the Ducks keeps playing like a god then no one will score on the Ducks and they'll take it. I think the Stars will find some chinks in his armor. There has to be some right? I think the Stars are clearly the class of the West especially now that the Wings are out of the way. If they can find a way to score on "Gigi" and make it past the Ducks then they'll win the West. They play great together, have a lot of weapons, experience, depth, and a great goalie. Dallas versus New Jersey in the finals with the Devils shut down defense leading them to another Stanley Cup win.

Monday, April 21, 2003

Judge orders Polynice to get help for temper
SALT LAKE CITY -- Former NBA player and Jazz center Olden Polynice was fined $450 and ordered to get anger management therapy for yelling obscenities at a prosecutor. Polynice, 38, pleaded guilty Friday to disturbing the peace for the hallway confrontation with Holladay city attorney Lohra Miller when she was prosecuting him for a golf-course assault. Polynice was back in court Friday, a day after he finished two days in jail for assaulting the golfer. That conviction violated terms of a plea bargain Polynice made for a previous conviction of impersonating a police officer, his lawyer Greg Skordas said Saturday. "You may not chase a public official down the hallway yelling obscenities. It makes the community uncomfortable,'' Ward said. Swenson testified that he tried to apologize to Polynice about an errant tee shot by a member of his foursome, but the 7-foot, 250-pound Polynice pushed him, punched him in the kidney and spit in his eye.
Associated Press

Friday, April 18, 2003

Here are Vegas' odds on the NBA playoffs:
Sacramento Kings 2-1
Los Angeles Lakers 11-5
San Antonio Spurs 3-1
Dallas Mavericks 8-1
New Jersey Nets 20-1
Detroit Pistons 20-1
Indiana Pacers 25-1
Portland Trail Blazers 25-1
Minnesota Timberwolves 35-1
Philadelphia 76ers 35-1
New Orleans Hornets 50-1
Utah Jazz 50-1
Orlando Magic 60-1
Milwaukee Bucks 75-1
Boston Celtics 75-1
Phoenix Suns 75-1

Wednesday, April 16, 2003

In the Booth
with the Iraqi information minister Mohammad Saeed Al-Sahhaf and Michael Kay. [Jim Caple Page 2]

Red Sox tickets on sale online
Boston Globe article Scalper dot-com lists sites to find high priced tickets to crappy ass Bosox games.

Angels for Sale
Walt Disney Co. has tentatively agreed to sell the World Series champion Anaheim Angels for nearly $200 million, abandoning dreams of building a West Coast sports and broadcasting empire, The Washington Post reported. The buyer is Arizona businessman Arturo Moreno, a Mexican American near-billionaire who hopes to draw more of Southern California's Spanish-speaking population to Angels games, the source said. [Washington Post]

Fan Attacks Umpire During Game in Chicago
A fan came out of the stands during a game between the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox and attacked first base umpire Laz Diaz. [NYT]

Monday, April 14, 2003

Sports Quips
Barry Zito: "I'm the anti-strip club guy. I don't like paying a chick a hundred bucks to hang out with me and act like she likes it and all that shit."
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Stuff Magazine: Any request a girl might make in the sack that you'd say no to?
Steve Francis: "Get out of bed and go make me something to eat."

Monday, April 07, 2003

Portland is so entertaining
but not in a good way. A few highlights from an article about their loss to the Wolves last night. They're in a virtual tie with the Wolves for the 4th playoff seed.
But as usual with the Blazers, the focus Sunday wasn't just on their play. The game marked the return of reserve forward Zach Randolph, who was suspended for two games and fined $100,000 for punching teammate Ruben Patterson in the face during practice earlier this week. Randolph entered the game with about three minutes left in the first quarter to boos from the crowd. Patterson came into the game a minute and a half later.

Patterson said earlier that he accepted Randolph's apology and vowed not to retaliate. ''He's my teammate, he made a mistake, and I can't retaliate, trying to fight him or beat him up, because I'm on probation, so I would get in trouble,'' Patterson said.

Randolph's punch was the latest in a string of problems the Trail Blazers have had on and off the court this season. Just in the past week, rookie Qyntel Woods was cited for mari*uana possession following a traffic stop in Portland, while Wallace settled a misdemeanor mari*uana possession charge from a traffic stop in Washington back in November.

Patterson is on probation for a modified guilty plea he entered involving charges of sxeual assault on his nanny. ... Blazers team owner Paul Allen, who rarely comments to the media, said the team will address unacceptable player conduct head-on. ''The community deserves a team of which we can all be proud and I am fully committed to improving the Blazers' conduct on and off the court,'' he wrote to The Oregonian newspaper.

CBS to Cover Masters Without Ads
The controversy over the Augusta National Golf Club's men-only membership policy will force the network to do without advertisers. [NYT]

Thursday, April 03, 2003

The Anti-Ichiro
Why Hideki Matsui will make a perfect Yankee

Wednesday, April 02, 2003

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They are apparently being hosted here.

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