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  • James Worthy to be inducted into National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame

     
    The nickname "Big Game James" was bestowed on him at North Carolina, and now James Worthy's consistency in fulfilling that reputation at his alma mater has earned him a spot in this year's class of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame...
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Did the Knicks participate in a special lottery where they nearly drafted Bob Cousy?

     
    BASKETBALL LEGEND: The Knicks participated in a special lottery where they nearly drafted Bob Cousy! STATUS: True. Fans of the NBA are quite familiar with the story of the first NBA draft lottery, which was also one of the greatest......
  • Dwight Howard, Marcin Gortat no longer on friendly terms

     
    Marcin Gortat spent years with the Orlando Magic backing up superstar center Dwight Howard, a relationship that benefited the both of them. Gortat learned and improved while playing with the NBA's best center every day in practice, and Howard was...
  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Wednesday, March 16

     
    The comments exchanged between Stan Van Gundy and David Stern are still resonating throughout the NBA. That incident is discussed, as well as plenty of other hot button issues with the Magic and the NBA, are in today's links. 1. Magic seem convinced...
  • Video: Orlando Magic and Dwight Howard evoke stir at Baruch College

     
    NEW YORK — Stan Van Gundy and his players knew next to nothing about Baruch College, the school in Manhattan where their team practiced Tuesday afternoon. But Baruch College students knew all about the Orlando Magic....
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Did a missed free throw by an Austin Peay player in 1987 change the direction of the New York Knicks?

     
    BASKETBALL LEGEND: A missed free throw by an Austin Peay player in 1987 changed the direction of the New York Knicks for the next fifteen years. STATUS: Basically True. Clearly, the history of basketball is filled with seemingly minor decisions......
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Did the U.S. vote against sending NBA players to the 1992 Olympics?

     
    BASKETBALL LEGEND: The United States voted against sending NBA players to the 1992 Olympics. From the first men's basketball tournament in the Summer Olympics in 1936, where the United States won a thrilling, high-scoring 18-9 victory over Canada (okay,...
  • We interrupt this lockout for some perspective

    O h, no, am I here all alone? Actually, the world didn't end when the NBA locked its players out. The NBA didn't even end, even if it felt as if it were about to as darkness moved across the land. I have nothing against doomsday scenarios ... but if...
  • Derek Jeter Named 'New York's Greatest Athlete Ever'

    Derek Jeter Named 'New York's Greatest Athlete Ever'
    Yankees Shortstop Derek Jeter is the greatest New York athlete of all time, that's according to results from a new poll released Tuesday. Jeter, the current all-time Yankees hit leader, even managed to best fellow Yankee icon Babe Ruth who came in a...
  • Pacers take back-to-back games over Knicks, 119-117

    Pacers take back-to-back games over Knicks, 119-117
    It may not have gotten as loud as the old Market Square Arena, but the retired #31 Reggie Miller and Central Division Champions banners were left shaking. After suffering what was possibly looked at as a season determining six-game losing streak, the...
  • 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...