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Glen Rice

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  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 2/19 log (updated Wednesday AM)

    5 a.m.    Tennis: Women’s Dubai quarterfinals.--Tennis Ch. 9 a.m.    Golf: Indian Open first round (d. in New Delhi).--Golf 10 a.m.    Tennis: Various matches from Rio de Janeiro, Dubai, Delray Beach and Marseille.--Tennis Ch. 11:30 a.m.  ...
  • Dear ESPN, more cheering, less yelling

    Dear ESPN, more cheering, less yelling
    A link on ESPN.com Feb. 16 read, “Durant fires at media, ‘done with’ being P.C.”   You know what? I don’t care.   I love sports, but I do not care that a pampered NBA star is irritated with some reporters.  I’m not...
  • Game on: Providence one of Kennedy Cup favorites

    The first round: Benet vs. Mount Carmel, Providence vs. Fenwick, St. Rita vs. Brother Rice and Notre Dame vs. St. Ignatius. Now the real fun begins. With the regular season complete, the focus now shifts to high school hockey's most exciting time of...
  • Troy Howat leads Providence to upset of St. Rita

    The words were written on a board in Providence's locker room and Celtics coach Tim Trendel kept referring back to them. "David is gonna slay Goliath." Trendel's Celtics? That would be David, quite the underdog. Goliath? St. Rita, the Catholic...
  • Area bowling honor roll for Feb. 16

    Bowling Honor Roll Men's High Scores Dale Sands, Thunder Bowl 300; James Popp, Orland Bowl 300; Josh Glover, Lakewood Bowl 300; Brent McAvoy, Orland Bowl 300; Gary Nichiporuk, Arena Lanes 300; Phillip Whitehead, Crest Hill Lanes 300; James O'Keefe,...
  • Lowry doesn't disappoint in All-Star Game start

    NEW YORK Kyle Lowry had the resume to be here last season. But bigger names were picked over him as reserves: John Wall, Joe Johnson and even teammate DeMar DeRozan. So while more popular players were selected, the Toronto Raptors point guard kept...
  • West beats East but James moves into second place in All-Star scoring

    NEW YORK LeBron James pulled within one basket of history, but he and the East both fell short in the Western Conference's 163-158 victory in Sunday's All-Star game, the highest scoring in history. The Cleveland Cavaliers' James scored 30 points in the...
  • Daily Southtown local roundup for Friday, Feb. 13

    Boys Basketball Hubbard 57, Argo 55: Marcus Fry scored 18 points and LeVar Turner added 15 to lead host Argo (6-18). Thornwood 74, Andrew 36: Chelby Frazier put in 15 points to spark visiting Thornwood (17-5, 9-2) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Luke...
  • Smith's big night carries Phoebus into Ironclad semis

    Smith's big night carries Phoebus into Ironclad semis
    SUFFOLK — Of Robert Smith's 15 field goals Friday night, none were more enjoyable than his Tomahawk throw-down with 25 seconds left. It was the ultimate exclamation point on a career night that carried Phoebus into the Ironclad Conference...
  • Tom Sorensen: Anthony Mason never lacked heart

    The best season of Anthony Mason's 13-year career was his first with the Charlotte Hornets. In 1996-97, Mason averaged a career high 16.2 points, second on the team to Glen Rice's 26.8, and a career and team high 11.4 rebounds. Even though the Hornets...
  • Senior briefs

    Annapolis Center The following activities are offered through the Annapolis Senior Activity Center, 119 S. Villa Ave. Information: 410-222-1818. Income tax help Assistance for seniors through VITA is available Mondays through April 10. Black History...