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  • Hello? Everyone? We Need to Talk

     
    If anyone would actually examine the tone of the Sentinel-dubbed “letter”, they would see that I was being facetious. I would never actually use such a casual tone if I wanted to make a point towards someone as authoritative and important as...
  • Lakers don't counter Phoenix's adjustments in 118-109 Game 3 loss to Suns

     
    The Lakers pledged to carry the momentum into Game 3 of their Western Conference finals series against Phoenix and not waste any time in putting the Suns away. Instead, the Lakers found themselves unable to duplicate the same balance and lost, 118-109,...
  • Dissecting how Phoenix's zone defense befuddled the Lakers in 118-109 Game 3 loss to Suns

     
    Frustrated with how Phoenix's numerous defensive adjustments in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals did little to prevent the Lakers from scoring, Suns Coach Alvin Gentry jokingly asked reporters after the game for any suggestions heading into Game 3....
  • Lakers' late-game execution propels them to 103-101 Game 5 win over Phoenix Suns

     
    The second the ball dropped through the hoop, Lakers forward Ron Artest jumped into Kobe Bryant's arms. Lamar Odom quickly joined in, wrapping his arms around the back of Bryant's head and over Artest's shoulder moments before the rest of the team...
  • Lakers maintain calm attitude during current struggles

     
    A five-minute interview that consisted of Kobe Bryant offering rapid-fire responses had almost come to an end. In between each of his short and direct answers, a reporter fired another question, ranging from how the Lakers allowed Phoenix to tie the...
  • Dissecting performances by Kobe Bryant and Ron Artest in Lakers' 111-103 Game 6 victory over Phoenix

     
    Lakers guard Kobe Bryant and forward Ron Artest have both fielded plenty of doubt entering the postseason. Many wondered whether Bryant could overcome numerous injuries -- including a fractured right index finger, a sprained left ankle and a swollen right...
  • Lakers' 111-103 Game 6 victory over Phoenix Suns illustrates how momentum makes a difference

     
    The Lakers at the time nursed a comfortable 15-point lead over Phoenix and appeared only a quarter away from clinching their third consecutive NBA Finals appearance. But then what appeared to be an innocuous play involving Lakers reserve guard Sasha...
  • Obama shoots hoops with NBA greats

     
    by Mike Memoli Talk about a "Dream Team." President Obama shot hoops Sunday with some NBA superstars, a combination late birthday present and a showcase for some wounded warriors and participants in the White House mentoring project. The guest list......
  • 'For sale' signs go up at Isleworth

    'For sale' signs go up at Isleworth
    Isleworth has reigned as Orlando's most prestigious address for more than a decade. The lavish 300-home subdivision on the Butler Chain of Lakes near Windermere is, above all else, known as the place Tiger Woods, other athletes and prominent business...
  • Pacers 122 Suns 114 - Another Conseco Fieldhouse Comeback

    Pacers 122 Suns 114 - Another Conseco Fieldhouse Comeback
    For the second consecutive game, the Pacers overcame a huge second quarter deficit to win a game. Monday the Pacers trailed by 23 points against the Raptors and came back to win 105-101. Wednesday, the Suns led by 24 points in the second quarter, but the...
  • 'Average' Devils got most of talent

    'Average' Devils got most of talent
    Better Duke teams than this did not win the national championship. Why, better Duke teams did not advance to the Final Four. How this collection of, by Blue Devils standards, ordinary skills won an extraordinary title is a tale of perseverance,...
  • Mr. Basketball of Illinois 1994 | St. Martin de Porres' Jerry Gee: Gee a whiz, thanks to Mom

    Jerry Gee sits behind the athletic director's desk at St. Martin de Porres, filling it out rather impressively with his 6-foot-7-inch, 215-pound frame and a solemn face that bears the maturity of a college upperclassman. If he seems at ease in this...