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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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  • Amare Stoudemire Says He Never Spoke to Isiah

    Amare Stoudemire Says He Never Spoke to Isiah
    Amare Stoudemire tells New York Magazine that Isiah Thomas, former Knicks President of Basketball Operations, did not speak with him during his recruitment process. Knicks officials actually thanked "Zeke" at a press conference introducing Stoudemire who...
  • Fourth-quarter burst lifts Hampton past N.C. Central 27-13

    DURHAM, N.C. – Hampton scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter and rallied beat North Carolina Central for the second straight year. The Pirates prevailed 27-13 thanks to a19-yard touchdown reception by Javaris Brown and interception returns...
  • NBA arena rankings: No. 10 Detroit Pistons' Palace of Auburn Hills

    NBA arena rankings: No. 10 Detroit Pistons' Palace of Auburn Hills
    It's difficult to build an NBA arena that stands out from the pack. In sharp contrast to the sport of baseball — which enables architects to create quirky outfield dimensions and venues that sometimes employ retractable roofs — basketball...
  • It's time for Hampton University to play more consistently

    <big>It's time for Hampton University to play more consistently</big>
      THE MILESTONE Donovan Rose is entering his third season as the Pirates' head coach after 17 years as an assistant, and says the program now bears more of his imprint than in the past two seasons, which have produced a combined .500 record. If that'...
  • Why not open NCAA tournament to everyone?

    Why not open NCAA tournament to everyone?
    With Kemba Walker and Connecticut headed to the Final Four after finishing ninth in the Big East, it's time to consider opening the tournament to everybody. … The regular season already has been rendered virtually meaningless, and quadrupling the...
  • Last-second call leaves Hampton U's football team upset but undaunted

    After midnight on Thursday night, Antwon Chisholm walked slowly off the field at Municipal Stadium, pads off and head bowed. He looked like a football player who'd absorbed dozens of body blows, and indeed, he and his Hampton University team had —...
  • Hampton U hopes for more pleasant Princeton memories

    Dyrri McCain has special reason to remember Hampton University's first game against Princeton. McCain, now a senior wide receiver whose 220 yards and 55 yards per game rank second on the team, was a little-used freshman on Oct. 6, 2007, on kickoff duty...
  • Jan. 22, 1995: At last it's Allen Iverson vs. Felipe Lopez

    Two complete strangers, linked for two years by talent and anticipation, will finally meet Tuesday. Felipe Lopez. Allen Iverson. El Senor. Bubbachuck. Mere freshmen, they are heralded as the saviors of the Big East, a once-mighty basketball conference...
  • Carmelo Anthony Goes to Knicks in Blockbuster Trade

    Carmelo Anthony Goes to Knicks in Blockbuster Trade
    Remember when Carmelo Anthony was the Denver Nuggets' problem? Now he's the New York Knicks' problem. In an amazing blockbuster, seeing as how the Knicks might have signed Anthony as a free agent in the summer, they traded almost everyone except Amare...
  • Notebook: ODU pleased with strong showing in 757

    Saturday's victory against Hampton was personal for Old Dominion junior defensive tackle Ronnie Cameron. Cameron, a native of Westbury, N.Y., who transferred to ODU this season after Hofstra folded its football program, didn't so much want to beat the...
  • HU fumbles away chances to win in 23-18 loss to Bethune-Cookman

    Going into halftime, Donovan Rose's Hampton University team had a seven-point lead on undefeated Bethune-Cookman, the No. 11 team in the country, a team that hadn't trailed all season and was putting up 44 points a game. "I felt great," Rose said. Rose'...