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It’s amazing how perceptions change

May 5, 2010

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I’m a firm beilever in giving people chances. When Ty Willingham was feeling the heat at Notre Dame, I felt that once he got players who fit his system maybe the Irish would be back in contention. Unfortunately, Willingham would be canned after three years in South Bend. I felt that former CBU women’s basketball […]

The worst kept secret is out…

May 3, 2010

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On the radio show, I along with Nico had been lobbying for Vinny Del Negro to not get fired. Although after the Bulls limped to a 1-9 record to start the season, it was clear to many observers that Del Negro was going to be shown the door. It was just a matter of when. […]

Mavs prove their overrated status once again

April 25, 2010

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Let’s all state the obvious. The Dallas Mavericks has been one of the best teams in the NBA in the last ten years, after many years of being the laughingstock of the NBA. The Mavs are a good regular season team. But when the playoffs begin, the Mavs simply disappear. After putting up a challenge […]

Bandwagon is getting full while streak continues

January 26, 2010

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On my Facebook status today, I asked was everyone now trying to find a spot on the Grizzlies bandwagon. Out of all the responses to the question, a couple of them stood out, both coming from former Crichton basketball player Michael Sapp. “Everyone thought that Z-Bo,” Sapp commented on my post, “wasn’t going to do […]

What a way to end a career

November 25, 2009

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From the day that Allen Iverson arrived in this city, with a smile and a Beale Street blue guitar, the city was awash in the euphoria of having one of the greatest point guards suiting up for their team, four months removed from leaving a terrible situation in Detroit where Michael Curry just didn’t know […]

Penthouse to the outhouse in five months

November 25, 2009

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For some, transition means going from an average situation to a better situation. Sort of like what I had going from Crichton College, a school on the verge of shutting down to Christian Brothers University, located just a stone’s throw away from where I grew up this year. Not the other way around. Courtney Lee, […]

So it finally happened……….

September 9, 2009

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Welcome to Memphis, Iverson.