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Boomer & Carton: Jeremy Lin Is Adjusting To Life In LA

Oct 9 2014 5:05am CDT | Source: CBS New York

Jeremy Lin Takes A Shot At MeloBoomer & CartonplaypausejQuery(document).ready(function($) { cbs_audio_player_v2("audio-player-4"); }); Subscribe to the Boomer & Carton Podcast » Jeremy Lin certainly made the most of his time in New York, where Linsanity was born. After a two-season stint in Houston, Lin has taken his talents to Los Angeles, where he is teamed up with Kobe Bryant, so I guess you could say things are going pretty w ...
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Lupe Fiasco & Amar’e Stoudemire Producing “Little Ballers” AAU Basketball Documentary

Oct 6 2014 8:35am CDT | Source: All HipHop

(AllHipHop News) Chicago emcee Lupe Fiasco and New York Knicks All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire have signed on to executive producer an upcoming documentary about four 11-year-old basketball players in NYC’s Amateur Athletic Union. Little Ballers is set to air on Nicktoons on November 26 at 9 pm ET. [ALSO READ: Lupe Fiasco Urges People To Become “Peace Officers” In Response To Mike Brown Shooting] According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 80-minute fi ...
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Schmeelk: Knicks Are Talking The Talk About Defense, But Will They Walk The Walk?

Oct 3 2014 9:48am CDT | Source: CBS New York

By John Schmeelk » More Columns So far, Knicks training camp has been uneventful and controversy-free (forgetting Carmelo Anthony’s foolish “underrated superstar” comment), a nice change for a franchise that fired its general manager right before camp last year. Knicks players and coaches have said all the right things (once again, ignoring Melo), but we’ve heard that before. It’s much easier to say than to do. Derek Fisher taught only defense on his first day of practice, and preached that it w ...
Full article at: CBS New York


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Keidel: Underrated? Get Real — Melo Is Most OVERRATED In NBA

Oct 3 2014 6:15am CDT | Source: CBS New York

By Jason Keidel » More Columns Christmas came early this year. Santa Anthony delivered some semantic goodies in the old, October stocking. The Knicks’ resident gunner just popped off at Chris Broussard, boldly asserting that he is the most underrated player in the NBA. Only in the NBA and NYC would a one-dimensional player on a perennial loser assert his place atop the totem pole of basketball stardom. If you’ve ever parked by this slice of cyberspace you know yours truly drives the A ...
Full article at: CBS New York


Soccer Players File Discrimination Suit Over Plans To Play Women’s World Cup On Artificial Turf

Oct 1 2014 3:35pm CDT | Source: CBS San Francisco

(CBS SF) — Members of U.S. Soccer’s Women’s National Team, including Cal alumni Alex Morgan, have filed suit in Canada over plans to use artificial turf fields in next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup. The lawsuit against the Canadian Soccer Association and the Fédération Internationale de Football Association was filed in a Canadian human rights court and alleges the two associations are discriminating against female players by forcing them to play the preeminent soccer event on turf as oppo ...
Full article at: CBS San Francisco


Campbell: Phils End Disappointing Season, Eagles With Disappointing Loss

Sep 30 2014 11:49am CDT | Source: CBS Philly

By Bill Campbell Phillies The Phillies ended a disappointing season on Sunday with another disappointing 2-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves. Lefty Cole Hamels (9-9) was the only bright spot in the game, as he has been all season, delivering another stellar performance on the mound despite being hit in the face on Braves’ second baseman Tommy LaStella’s hard grounder up the middle in the second inning. He stayed to pitch through t ...
Full article at: CBS Philly


Stupid News – 09/26/14

Sep 26 2014 7:05am CDT | Source: Houston's Hot Hits

Stupid NewsHOT 95.7playpausejQuery(document).ready(function($) { cbs_audio_player_v2("audio-player-2"); }); This morning eBay is helping kick off stupid news after telling a man he can’t sell a LAMP. Sure the lamp is made from his leg that he had to have amputated but still… it’s now a lamp. Come on now! Let the man sell his lamp. He’s now currently looking for a private buyer. A college student in London was on his way to a test last week when five guys JUMPED him, and stabbed hi ...
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The U.S. Bombing Campaign: Is It War Or Counterterrorism?

Sep 24 2014 12:11pm CDT | Source: WNYC Music

President Obama says the goal is to roundly defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria because the threat is too serious to ignore. But he'd prefer you not call it a war. In a letter to Congress on Tuesday, the president said, "I have ordered implementation of a new comprehensive and sustained counterterrorism strategy to degrade, and ultimately defeat, ISIL," as the extremist group ...
Full article at: WNYC Music


Lakers' new head coach Byron Scott imagines new role for Kobe Bryant on team

Sep 5 2014 2:50pm CDT | Source: Southern California Public Radio

A Martinez interviews Lakers' head coach Byron Scott, in his office, ahead of the 2014-2015 season.; Credit: Jacob Margolis The new head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers - Byron Scott - grew up in Inglewood, just southwest of Los Angeles. He went to Morningside High School, which is right in the shadow of the Fabulous Forum, the former home of the Lakers and there almost wasn't a day in his life when he didn't at least see the arena once a day.  It was a ...
Full article at: Southern California Public Radio




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