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Isiah Thomas

Isiah Thomas
Isiah Thomas (April 30, 1961 - ) is a retired professional basketball player. He played for the Detriot Pistons. He was named the head coach of the Florida International University Golden Panthers on April 14, 2009.
Isiah Thomas (April 30, 1961 - ) is a retired professional basketball player. He played for the Detriot Pistons. He was named the head coach of the Florida International University Golden Panthers on April 14, 2009. « Show less

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  • Spike Lee shoots Lakers - with all 18 cameras on Kobe

     
    I suppose I should tell you more about the goings-on at the ESPN Upfront Tuesday. Frankly, it's all quite overwhelming and it was a challenge to keep all the stuff straight. I do know that snowboard goddess Gretchen Bleiler was...
  • Willie on the hot seat -- again (with updates)

     
    You would think after the Mets just enjoyed a mini-sweep over the Yankees, manager Willie Randolph could enjoy a break from the intense glare of the media spotlight. But noooooo -- and he has only himself to blame. Randolph's comments...

    Jeff Van Gundy has some issues with Isiah Thomas

     
    viewNode("60ae4d613d280",{player_profile: 'link'}); Interesting stuff here from JVG (around 1:45 into it) in an interview with SNY's Gary Apple, in which he takes issue with a fellow former Knicks coach....

    TNT, ESPN put Knicks in witness protection program

     
    My Tuesday newspaper column celebrates the Knicks opener Wednesday, with items on the team's absence from national TV this season, on an indelicate joke by Charles Barkley about Isiah Thomas and on the Knicks' improving media relations. I'll be spending.....

    Sir Charles Barkley is a media addiction

     
    Accessible, quotable and therefore irresistible, Charles Barkley long has been a go-to opinion-spouter not only for TNT, his primary employer, but for rival networks such as ESPN, premium channels such as HBO, radio shows such as Dan Patrick???s, blogs...