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By Tim Peterson It’s a different game now. Boston’s Kevin McHale clothes lined the Lakers’ Kurt Rambis in the 1984 NBA Finals and all he received was a personal foul.
Yes I did watch the entire Laker game on Sunday. I’m also into caning, flogging, electric shock and Chinese water torture. It was ugly – one of the ugliest losses in Laker playoff history, along with game six at Boston in the 2008 Finals.
With the mess that is going on in the NFL right now March Madness couldn’t have come at a better time. If there is no football in September, we’ll worry about it then, but right now we can turn our attention to the best two weeks in sports – the NCAA college basketball tournament, aka […]
By Tony Solorzano (Los Angeles) – A spectacular buzzer-beater in overtime by Washington’s Isaiah Thomas propelled the Huskies to a 77-75 victory over Arizona Saturday afternoon to claim their second consecutive PAC-10 title at the Pacific Life Pac-10 Basketball Tournament at Staples Center.
By Tony Solorzano (Los Angeles) – a 43-point output from Klay Thompson was not enough to get Washington State past their in-state rivals as Washington held on for a 89-87 victory to advance to the Semifinals of the Pacific Life PAC-10 Tournament Thursday night at Staples Center.