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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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  • Hampton schedules 10 games for 2012 football season

    Hampton schedules 10 games for 2012 football season
    Hampton will play just 10 football games in 2012, with two bye weeks in the schedule released Monday by the school. The Pirates, coming off a 7-4 record in head coach Donovan Rose's third year, have open dates on Sept. 22 and Oct. 6. HU last played a...
  • S1MEON All Access | Smith says Wolverines not the best — yet

    S1MEON All Access | Smith says Wolverines not the best — yet
    Simeon may be ranked No. 1 in the country by ESPN and MaxPreps, but coach Robert Smith saw at least one team Saturday at the Chicago Elite Classic he thought was better. Lone Peak of Utah walloped Proviso East 84-46 behind 24 points from BYU recruit T....
  • Forest Park grad Antoine Myers commits to Florida International

    Forest Park grad Antoine Myers commits to Florida International
    While his friends and former AAU teammates embarked on their college basketball careers, Antoine Myers toughed it out at prep school and then junior college, wondering if he’d one day join the ranks of Baltimore natives playing Division I ball....
  • Where do Magic trades rank all-time?

     
    What's the best trade the Magic have ever made? The worst? Is it the recent blockbuster deals on the same day that netted Gilbert Arenas, Jason Richardson and Hedo Turkoglu and sent Vince Carter, Rashard Lewis and Marcin Gortat packing? Or was it the...
  • Van Camp in Cal getting ready; and Around the Belt

     
    Talked with former Owl QB Jeff Van Camp this week. JVC graduated in December and is now out in Irving, Cal., working out in preparation for the NFL Scouting Combine that begins in late Feb in Indy. Van Camp......
  • FAU has to think its way out of the current slide

     
    There are two ways to play beyond the Sun Belt basketball tournament, which is March 5-8 in Hot Springs, Ark., ??? win it or win the regular season title and be assured an NIT bid if you lose in......
  • Welcome the Owls back to The Burrow -- 4:30 p.m. today

     
    UPDATE: Flight delays. New time is 4:30 p.m. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Just been informed about an impromptu party at 3 p.m. at The Burrow today -- Friday. Fans are invited to come out to...
  • Isiah Thomas returns to The Burrow -- Behave, fans

     
    FAU hosts the Kitties tonight. - - And that means Isiah Thomas will be in The Burrow. And that means fans have to come up with more accurate chants than in the past. That one of ???Rapist??? is not going......
  • James Worthy shares NBA All-Star memories

     
    After a while they all strung together. Former Lakers forward James Worthy appeared in seven consecutive All-Star games from 1986 to 1992, and over time they served as nothing more than a relaxing weekend and an opportunity to hang out with the league's...
  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Wednesday, March 2

     
    In today's links we get into last night's victory over the Knicks, give an update on a former Magic great (hint: It's gotta be the goggles), and an ex-Magic guard is now on the open market. 1. Orlando Magic get big lift from reserves Richardson, Duhon...
  • AS WE ALL KNEW: RED GRANGE NAMED NO. 1 BIG TEN ICON

     
    We all knew it would be the case: Red Grange, the legendary Illinois running back in the 1920s, today was named the Big Ten Conference's No. 1 icon by the Big Ten Network. But that doesn't make him No. 1......