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Lets See How This Looks Using Firefox: Changing Over Again August 15, 2007

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Reggie Miller Is About to Land His Big Ears August 8, 2007

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Grant Hill. After all those disappointing years with the Magic, Hill goes to the Phoenix Suns for a chance at a championship. His playmaker’s passing and mid-range shooting fits the Suns’ system perfectly. What’s more, he can still finish on the break. Best of all, too, the Suns kept Hill from signing his economical deal with the champion San Antonio Spurs.

Mikki Moore. As one G.M. said, he would’ve wanted Mikki Moore when he was trying to earn himself a guaranteed contract – not after being given the security of a three-year, $18 million contract. Moore, a 7-foot journeyman, made the most out of gobbling up Nenad Krstic’s minutes with the Nets, but like so many others, his inflated field-goal percentage was a product of playing with Jason Kidd.

This Guy Can Hit a Baseball Bat Like Nothing August 8, 2007

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Boston’s talented young forward Al Jefferson and the expiring contract of veteran Theo Ratliff are the centerpieces of the trade that’s been on and off for months between buddies Kevin McHale and Danny Ainge. The Celtics are also including Gerald Green and Sebastian Telfair.

The Celtics and Minnesota will also exchange future No. 1 picks, sources said.

One possible snag is the re-working of Garnett’s contract, which includes a 15-percent trade kicker of $6.75 million this year. It is believed that Garnett is willing to play in Boston after rejecting a deal in May, but the Celtics still must come to terms with Garnett on a contract extension.

If the deal does go down, Boston is a legitimate Eastern Conference contender with Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen. After years of insisting that his young talent would bring back veteran stars, Ainge delivered with Garnett. Without a contract extension, though, the 31-year-old Garnett could opt out of his deal next summer when he’s scheduled to make $23 million.

The draft night deal that sent the No. 5 pick to Seattle for Ray Allen allowed the Celtics to keep their most important trading chips: the 22-year-old Jefferson and Ratliff, whose expiring deal helps Minnesota regain some salary cap flexibility.

And Now, The Spanish Inquisition Y’alls August 5, 2007

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This is how it sucks to be a clippers person right about now, your team had a fluke amazing season a couple of years ago and now everything is back to “clippers are the worse team in pro sports leagueLike any of that will help you when your fans leave right? I mean it sucks balls on the highest level.

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Y’all check out this outlink son [People news]

Would This Left side August 5, 2007

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This Needs A Stronger Brand Name August 5, 2007

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This is how it sucks to be a clippers person right about now, your team had a fluke amazing season a couple of years ago and now everything is back to “clippers are the worse team in pro sports league

Like any of that will help you when your fans leave right? I mean it sucks balls on the highest level. Donald mean it sucks balls on the highest level. Donald Sterling would be proud. This won’t end well for anyone on Sterling would be proud. This won’t end well for anyone on This won’t end well for anyone on Sterling would be proud. This won’t end well for anyone on

A Table For Everyone To See How Cool August 2, 2007

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Charles Oakley is supposed to put out a book with the usual “TELL ALL” keyword that gives book agents boners. So, with that said, from whom else would a tell-all book be appropriate? Word on the Streetz surveys:


Kelly Burns
Philosopher
“I’d like to read a book
by Kobayashi. You just
know there’s bound
to be at least one story
of him going down on
dudes.”

Lord Richard Feather
bottom
Writer
“Heave ho! What’s
this scocery? How
did I get trapped in
this white box?!?
Release me I say!”

Charles Barkley
Former NBA player
“There’s only one book
y’all need to read,
and it’s mine! If you don’t
read it, I’ll eat you all!”

Hmmm, Would This Be Long Enough? August 1, 2007

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Charles Oakley is supposed to put out a book with the usual “TELL ALL” keyword that gives book agents boners. So, with that said, from whom else would a tell-all book be appropriate? Word on the Streetz surveys:


Kelly Burns
Philosopher
“I’d like to read a book
by Kobayashi. You just
know there’s bound
to be at least one story
of him going down on
dudes.”

Lord Richard Feather
bottom
Writer
“Heave ho! What’s
this scocery? How
did I get trapped in
this white box?!?
Release me I say!”


Charles Barkley
Former NBA player
“There’s only one book
y’all need to read,
and it’s mine! If you don’t
read it, I’ll eat you all!”










This Is Another Testy Test Test August 1, 2007

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The biggest question first: But What About Mark Madsen? Who is he going to turn to when he’s out there screaming by his lonesome?? Oh sigh.

And yeah, pretty big news… only like… 4 years in the making. Kevin Garnett is going to be a Celtic.

The trade is for Al Jefferson, Ryan Gomes, Gerald Green, Sebastian Telfair, Theo Ratliff, a giant sandwich, three juice boxes, nine boxes of Juicy Fruit a No. 1 pick.

On the one hand, KG not in the dreary old Minnesota uniform is a welcoming sight. It’s also good to see him able to take a leap of faith in a new direction. However, on the other hand… meh… it’s the Celtics. They just traded away their entire bench (and possibly 3/4 Red Auerbach’s cigar collection) for millions and millions of dolla $igns.

Oh I’ll be watching, hopefully — Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and Garnett is bananas, but let’s be real for 2 seconds: they are not going to win a championship. Sorry Bostonians, not like this.

This is a big image August 1, 2007

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The first most important sign is the speed limit at which one must follow carefully. Going too fast will undoubtedly result in an unwanted traffic ticket—in NBA terms: overachieving/peaking too soon (i.e. Orlando Magic).

Consequences of such violation could be dangerous, as high speeds cause severe injuries. Injuries of course may not always be of the physical kind, but of mental ones as well: the elite game of one Carmelo Anthony early on sparked many to forget his troubled activities and embrace his

The first most important sign is the speed limit at which one must follow carefully. Going too fast will undoubtedly result in an unwanted traffic ticket—in NBA terms: overachieving/peaking too soon (i.e. Orlando Magic).

Consequences of such violation could be dangerous, as high speeds cause severe injuries. Injuries of course may not always be of the physical kind, but of mental ones as well: the elite game of one Carmelo Anthony early on sparked many to forget his troubled activities and embrace his

This Is Going To Be A Very Long Title Let’s See If It Fits May 8, 2007

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The first most important sign is the speed limit at which one must follow carefully. Going too fast will undoubtedly result in an unwanted traffic ticket—in NBA terms: overachieving/peaking too soon (i.e. Orlando Magic). Consequences of such violation could be dangerous, as high speeds cause severe injuries. Injuries of course may not always be of the physical kind, but of mental ones as well: the elite game of one Carmelo Anthony early on sparked many to forget his troubled activities and embrace his

The first most important sign is the speed limit at which one must follow carefully. Going too fast will undoubtedly result in an unwanted traffic ticket—in NBA terms: overachieving/peaking too soon (i.e. Orlando Magic). Consequences of such violation could be dangerous, as high speeds cause severe injuries. Injuries of course may not always be of the physical kind, but of mental ones as well: the elite game of one Carmelo Anthony early on sparked many to forget his troubled activities and embrace his

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