April 2008

NBA Playoffs Begin

updated April 19, 2014by April 17, 2008

 The NBA Playoffs always offer their share of drama. The dominating teams, the surprise contenders, the story within the game. As the next few weeks unfold we’re sure to have a few things to say. For now, let’s pick out a few matchups we’ll probably enjoy: Atlanta Hawks vs Boston Celtics – While I don’t […]

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Woods Whiffs the Month

updated April 19, 2014by April 16, 2008

 Golf addicts will have to do without their fix of Tiger Woods for about the next month. The best player on the course underwent knee surgery yesterday and the recovery time is estimated to be about a month. That means Woods will probably miss out on the Wachovia Championship and most likely The Players Championship. […]

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New York Knicks Food Frenzy vs Camp Anaconda

updated April 19, 2014by April 15, 2008

  The New York Knicks have given their fans a food treat. As a reward for hanging in there, management gave away free food and drink to a sellout crowd. That’s worth enduring a 23-57 season up to that point don’t you think? In contrast, at Camp Anaconda in Iraq, you can get a free Belgian […]

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Curses, Foiled Again

updated April 19, 2014by April 14, 2008

 In one of the more amusing sports stories this week, the New York Yankees have averted disaster. Apparently, construction worker, also a Boston Red Sox fan, concealed a Red Sox jersey inside the concrete in the new Yankee Stadium. I have a few questions: Did this guy really believe this would curse the Yankees? Isn’t […]

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Stanley Cup Playoffs from a Cajun

updated April 19, 2014by April 9, 2008

 The closest I’ve ever come to an NHL game was the New Orleans brass. Coming from Louisiana, hockey has never been immediately accesible to me. I’ll admit that. In the interests of fairness though, I think at least a quick look at the Stanley Cup Playoffs is in order. Eastern Conference – In the Atlantic […]

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