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NBA lockout: a deal can still get done

NBA lockout: a deal can still get done

Jonathan Stone

September 21, 2011

Jonathan Stone Journal Staff On March 11, 2011, the National Football League lockout officially began. Sports fans everywhere were worried if there would be a NFL season this year. After all, football is ‘America’s game,’ and what would a year be like without the Super Bowl? Obviously, these...

Sports Briefs June 6

June 6, 2011

Lakers hire Mike Brown as Head Coach Mike Brown was hired as the new coach of the Los Angeles Lakers on June 1st, replacing the legendary “Zen Master” Phil Jackson.  Brown went 272-138 during his 5-year tenure with the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2005-2010, leading the team to two conference final...

Dwight Howard trade rumors swirling

Dwight Howard trade rumors swirling

Alex Hall

June 6, 2011

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Rumors are heating up about the possibility of the Orlando Magic losing their all-star center to a handful of teams with a higher upside of holding the NBA championship within the next few seasons. This was the story of one time Magic great Shaquille O’Neal...

Dwight Howard trade rumors swirling

Dwight Howard trade rumors swirling

Mike Giannattasio

June 6, 2011

Alex Hall Journal Staff Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Rumors are heating up about the possibility of the Orlando Magic losing their all-star center to a handful of teams with a higher upside of holding the NBA championship within the next few seasons. This was the story of one time M...

NBA preview: Players and teams to keep an eye on

Mike Giannattasio

October 19, 2010

Mike Giannattasio Journal Staff With the NBA season opening up next week, there are many storylines that should be followed throughout the course of this season. This upcoming campaign is going to be very different from last year, as many teams have changed with the acquisitions of new players. Read More »...

Sports briefs Sept. 29, 2010

September 29, 2010

Rays' fan base called out by players While the Tampa Bay Rays are battling for the top spot in the American League East, their fan base has been a topic of discussion.  The team is on track to qualify for the playoffs for the second time in three seasons, but the organization is still having a h...

Sports Briefs March 3, 2010

March 3, 2010

Gold medal game pulls huge numbers Sunday's gold medal hockey game between Canada and the United States wasn't just huge on the ice, but on the airwaves as well. The game, which is being called one of the most exciting and intense ever played by some pundits, was watched by 27.6 million people in the Un...

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