Archive for March, 2010

There are many, many legendary basketball stories in the state of Indiana, but Butler’s appearance in the Final Four could turn out to be the biggest Hoosier story of them all.

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Over the years, football players have been among the best performers on Dancing With The Stars (DWTS). The new DWTS season which started Monday night finds another fancy dancer from the gridiron – Chad Ochocinco.

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The Right Job for Michael Jordan!

Posted: 20th March 2010 by DavidBurnett in Basketball, NBA
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No, Michael Jordan is not the guy who should manage the daily operations of a pro basketball team… But he is the icon who should Own one.

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Tourney time again. Have you made your picks? Not being a college basketball fanatic, it is hard for me to know much beyond what the polls and my weekly channel surfing tell me. On this March Madness there are two co-favorites to win the championship and they will face each other in the championship game. […]

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Tiger Woods to Return at Master’s

Posted: 16th March 2010 by DavidBurnett in Golf, Grand Slam, Masters, Tiger, Tiger Woods
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Despite the continued public ridicule, the sponsors who’ve abandoned him, and the devastating damage to his image, Tiger Woods’ announcement Tuesday that he will return to competitive golf at the Master’s in a couple of weeks is welcome news.

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The first headline I read the other day stated simply: Marion Jones Signs to Play for Tulsa Shock. First question I had was – who are the Tulsa Shock? Second question – is this the same Marion Jones? What I discovered was that the Tulsa Shock are a newly re-located team in the WNBA, formerly […]

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The fact is – whether we say it out loud or not, basketball is better when it is flashy, acrobatic and above the rim. I don’t care what the so-called basketball purists say, because if they were really true to their alleged principles, then they’d embrace ladies basketball and all other forms of ground-based hoops. Most people, purists included, do not like to see guys or gals who can’t run or jump. They say they do, but the attendance figures and the ratings don’t back that up.

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