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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Still, they have <a href=\"http://www.ohio.com/sports/cavs/41666467.html\">bigger goals</a>: &#8220;Sunday night, the Cavaliers cut down the New Jersey Nets 96-88 at the Izod Center to tie the franchise record for most wins in a season held by the 1988-89 and 1991-92 teams that featured Mark Price, Brad Daugherty, Larry Nance and John &#8221;Hot Rod&#8221; Williams. On the same night, one of Williams&#8217; records fell as center Zydrunas Ilgauskas, fresh from reaching his 10,000th point Saturday afternoon against the Atlanta Hawks, broke the former Cav&#8217;s record for blocked shots at 1:33 in the second quarter, when he slapped his third on a reverse layup by the Nets&#8217; Jarvis Hayes. Ilgauskas finished with four and holds the mark with 1,202. &#8216;When you&#8217;re on a bad team, you can&#8217;t enjoy it as much,&#8217; he said of both marks. &#8216;So far, it&#8217;s been a special season and a lot of records have fallen. It means really nothing if you don&#8217;t win a championship.&#8221;&#8221;</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fcavs-keep-setting-records%2F&amp;title=Cavs%20Keep%20Setting%20Records\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fcavs-keep-setting-records%2F&amp;title=Cavs%20Keep%20Setting%20Records\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fcavs-keep-setting-records%2F&amp;t=Cavs%20Keep%20Setting%20Records\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fcavs-keep-setting-records%2F&amp;title=Cavs%20Keep%20Setting%20Records\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fcavs-keep-setting-records%2F&amp;title=Cavs%20Keep%20Setting%20Records\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fcavs-keep-setting-records%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fcavs-keep-setting-records%2F&amp;submitHeadline=Cavs%20Keep%20Setting%20Records&amp;submitSummary=%20&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:c3591f8f5971777f182329af85d38eb9' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>His coach, to O&#8217;Neal&#8217;s <a href=\"http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/B/BKN_SUNS_SHAQ_TWEET?SITE=AZMES&amp;SECTION=BASKETBALL&amp;TEMPLATE=DEFAULT\">endless dissapointment</a>, knew (and didn&#8217;t care) that he was <a href=\"http://twitter.com/THE_REAL_SHAQ/status/1367930089\">going to Tweet</a> at halftime against the Wizards: &#8220;And sure enough, a brief message was posted on Shaq&#8217;s feed before the third quarter. &#8216;Shhhhhhh,&#8217; it read. It was the same message O&#8217;Neal delivered when asked about his Twitter plans before the game. When told Phoenix coach Alvin Gentry already knew about it, O&#8217;Neal bent over, leaned against the locker-room wall and groaned loudly, saying his plans were blown. &#8216;I was going to do it and not get in trouble, then brag about not getting in trouble,&#8217; O&#8217;Neal said. Gentry, when asked about O&#8217;Neal&#8217;s plans before the game, said he didn&#8217;t care. &#8216;As long as he gets 25 (points) and 11 (rebounds), he can do whatever he wants. He can Twitter, Facebook, MySpace,&#8217; said Gentry, who also has a Twitter account set up by his daughter.&#8221;</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fshaqs-twitter-plan-foiled%2F&amp;title=Shaq%27s%20Twitter%20Plan%20Foiled\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fshaqs-twitter-plan-foiled%2F&amp;title=Shaq%27s%20Twitter%20Plan%20Foiled\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fshaqs-twitter-plan-foiled%2F&amp;t=Shaq%27s%20Twitter%20Plan%20Foiled\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fshaqs-twitter-plan-foiled%2F&amp;title=Shaq%27s%20Twitter%20Plan%20Foiled\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fshaqs-twitter-plan-foiled%2F&amp;title=Shaq%27s%20Twitter%20Plan%20Foiled\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fshaqs-twitter-plan-foiled%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fshaqs-twitter-plan-foiled%2F&amp;submitHeadline=Shaq%27s%20Twitter%20Plan%20Foiled&amp;submitSummary=%20&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:430397616b6be3179bc16d5abde49acb' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><em><em><em></em></em></em><em><em><em><em><a title=\"mailto:marcelmutoni@gmail.com/\" href=\"mailto:marcelmutoni@gmail.com/\"><em>by Marcel Mutoni</em></a></em></em></em></em><br />\nMike Dunleavy&#8217;s reign of ineptitude could soon be coming to an end. Some of it, anyway.<br />\nWord on the street is that Donald Sterling is looking to bring in a real GM for his bumbling franchise, and one of the guys reportedly being considered has a long history with the area.<br />\nFrom the <em><a href=\"http://www.boston.com/sports/basketball/articles/2009/03/22/lacking_in_one_respect/?page=3\">Boston Globe</a>:</em><br />\n<em>Several NBA sources said the Clippers are quietly considering relieving coach/general manager Mike Dunleavy of his GM duties and bringing in someone else. Rumored candidates include former Heat GM Randy Pfund, a former Lakers coach, and ex-Lakers and Grizzlies GM and Hall of Famer Jerry West.</em></p>\n<p>Jerry West is seemingly only interested in joining terrible franchises at this point in his life. Hey, to each his own, right?<br />\nBecause of his contract - and also because Clipper fans have apparently not suffered enough - Dunleavy isn&#8217;t expected to lose his coaching gig for at least another season.</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fa-new-gm-for-the-clippers%2F&amp;title=A%20New%20GM%20for%20the%20Clippers%3F\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fa-new-gm-for-the-clippers%2F&amp;title=A%20New%20GM%20for%20the%20Clippers%3F\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fa-new-gm-for-the-clippers%2F&amp;t=A%20New%20GM%20for%20the%20Clippers%3F\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fa-new-gm-for-the-clippers%2F&amp;title=A%20New%20GM%20for%20the%20Clippers%3F\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fa-new-gm-for-the-clippers%2F&amp;title=A%20New%20GM%20for%20the%20Clippers%3F\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fa-new-gm-for-the-clippers%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fa-new-gm-for-the-clippers%2F&amp;submitHeadline=A%20New%20GM%20for%20the%20Clippers%3F&amp;submitSummary=%20&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:129437527359dfafa0cf2734d9099ee2' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Manu hopes <a href=\"http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/spurs/Ginobili_begins_to_pester_Pop_to_play.html\">it&#8217;s sooner</a> rather than later: &#8220;The war of wills has begun. Spurs guard Manu Ginobili, 37 days removed from his last game action, said before Friday&#8217;s game against the Boston Celtics that he has begun to pester coach Gregg Popovich to get back on the court. With an eye on the playoffs, Popovich continues to turn a deaf ear to Ginobili&#8217;s entreaties. &#8216;I&#8217;m already asking for permission to do more,&#8217; said Ginobili, who was diagnosed with a stress reaction in his right distal fibula after the NBA All-Star break. “But you know how it works.&#8217;&#8221;</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fwhen-will-popovich-let-ginobili-play%2F&amp;title=When%20Will%20Popovich%20Let%20Ginobili%20Play%3F\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fwhen-will-popovich-let-ginobili-play%2F&amp;title=When%20Will%20Popovich%20Let%20Ginobili%20Play%3F\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fwhen-will-popovich-let-ginobili-play%2F&amp;t=When%20Will%20Popovich%20Let%20Ginobili%20Play%3F\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fwhen-will-popovich-let-ginobili-play%2F&amp;title=When%20Will%20Popovich%20Let%20Ginobili%20Play%3F\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fwhen-will-popovich-let-ginobili-play%2F&amp;title=When%20Will%20Popovich%20Let%20Ginobili%20Play%3F\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fwhen-will-popovich-let-ginobili-play%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fwhen-will-popovich-let-ginobili-play%2F&amp;submitHeadline=When%20Will%20Popovich%20Let%20Ginobili%20Play%3F&amp;submitSummary=%20&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:e30063aa4ba1a4fe51623641bf116a06' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><em>Time has the tendency to fly by. If your eyes stutter-step, you miss a day. Fall asleep, you miss a month. Get caught up in work, you miss a year. This point was hammered home today, when we—Ben really—came to the realization that it has been just about 20 years since the UNLV Runnin&#8217; Rebels ruled the world, and were owners of an NCAA Championship. That means it&#8217;s been 20 years since Larry &#8220;Grandmama&#8221; Johnson, Greg &#8220;The Mouth&#8221; Anthony and Stacey &#8220;Plastic Man&#8221; Augmon held court on the Strip like it was never held before and hasn&#8217;t been since. It being March, and our memories needing some jogging, we decided to un-archive this classic from SLAM 50. Let your eyes do the walking. —Tzvi Twersky </em><br />\n<em>by Michael McNulty</em><br />\nBecause a passion for basketball flows through his veins, Anderson Hunt boards a plane destined for Saudi Arabia. Somewhere out in the vast desert a franchise posted a sign: Guard Needed. Hooping for a living beats punching a clock, so he deals with the long, grueling flight to a foreign land. And like many of us, he’ll use relaxation techniques to combat a nerve-racking take-off, turbulence and boredom.<br />\nNo worries. Hunt has his routine down cold. As the immense bird lifts off Detroit soil, he shuts his eyes, leans back in his coach seat and thinks about his younger glory days playing in a desert closer to home—a place from which Hunt’s UNLV crew once ruled college basketball like the mob once ruled Las Vegas.<br />\nThe Runnin’ Rebels didn’t just beat teams 11 seasons ago. They annihilated opponents with a flurry of athletic talent and sheer intensity. Forget the work-it-around-the-perimeter-and-wait-for-a-good-shot mentality. Booooring. It never would have played in a town that allows slot machines in the john. This team had things to do after the game. Parties to attend. People to see. They wanted to outshoot you, outhustle you, outbreak you and—most importantly—outscore you. The ’89-90 team averaged 93.5 points per game—including 16 games of 100 points or more—while holding opponents to 78.5.<br />\nBordering the infamous Strip, which was less Disney-fied in those days, the University of Nevada-Las Vegas had the perfect attitude to represent its gun-slinging city: flashy, gaudy, high-rolling, glittering, over-the-top basketball. The season started with a win over Loyola Marymount and culminated in Denver with a 103-73 demolition of mighty Duke in the ’90 Championship—the biggest margin of victory in an NCAA title game and quite possibly the most embarrassing loss in Blue Devils history.<br />\nThe architect behind the delicious madness was Jerry Tarkanian, who—regardless of what you think of him—deserves props for molding a band of recruits from across the country into one of sport’s greatest shows. Forget Wayne Newton or Ol’ Blue Eyes. When the Rebs dazzled the Thomas &amp; Mack Center with their five-man medley, it was the toughest ticket around. This UNLV squad was the original bling-bling team. It showed us winning needn’t be conservative, that it can be fast and furious, sizzling and soulful. And it all began with the man they call Tark.<br />\nDepending on who you ask, Tark the Shark is either Tony Soprano, Father Flannigan, or a combination of the two. The king of second chances, he simply can’t turn away a hard-luck case—at least, not one with All-American talent. Still, he probably never received enough credit for winning a startling 83 percent of his games while at Vegas. While Bobby “Bail Bondsman” Bowden is a mythic figure and Bobby Knight’s supporters idolize the General like an actual war hero, the man with sleepy eyes never receives his full coaching due.<br />\nYou might argue the backup waterboy could have coached three future NBA top-12 picks (Larry Johnson, Stacey Augmon and Greg Anthony) to a ring in ’90. Two quick counterpoints. One, have you heard of Michigan’s Fab Five? No ring there. Two, such a comment underestimates Tark’s ability to trust his players and delegate power.<br />\nWith his familiar moist towel clamped between his teeth, he engineered the Runnin’ Rebs’ 35-5 blitzkrieg through college hoops.<br />\n“It started with our general, who was Coach Tarkanian,” says Johnson, the Knick forward who was a junior during in ’89-90. “The way he coached, and his coaching staff, made us what we were. He brought out the best in everybody. He was an excellent player’s coach. Everybody loved him and we were all a team, we were all like brothers.”<br />\nSome teams are tight. Some are close. But UNLV enjoyed a bond that never frayed. Every guy interviewed for this story made a family reference when discussing the ’89-90 squad. One big fraternity. Brothers. The fellas. Even the coach couldn’t resist drawing the same analogy.<br />\n“That was a great group of guys, a close-knit family,” Tarkanian says from his office at Fresno State. “Greg Anthony was our spokesperson, Larry Johnson outworked everybody in practice and Stacey Augmon was as tough as nails.”<br />\nAnother key to success: Know your roles. Four guys can’t drop a triple-double every night. Despite its surplus of talented individuals, UNLV perfected the art of suppressing ego and avoiding jealousy.<br />\n“We had the type of players who understood the value of being unselfish and the value of just winning,” Johnson says. “We were all pulling for each other. It was a unique opportunity where everyone is on the same page as far as trying to do the right thing, trying not to be selfish, trying to make the right play at all times.”<br />\nWhere did the stress-free environment originate? Was it luck? Did the five starters—as well as sixth-man specialist Moses Scurry, who was imported from St. John’s—just happen to mesh?<br />\n“It was instilled by the coaches,” says Augmon, like Anthony a member of the Portland Trail Blazers. “The games were easier than the practices. For two hours, we drilled. We worked harder than anybody else.”<br />\nAugmon, who played high school ball in Pasadena, CA, jokes he may not have attended UNLV if he knew practices would be sweaty, disciplined workouts. But intense practices may have been UNLV’s brilliant secret. While its exterior sparkled with Vegas hype, the team’s interior was comprised of fierce loyalty, a Puritan work ethic and a coaching staff that knew how to extract the most production from each individual. That’s where assistant coach Tim Grgurich emerged as a vital figure in the team’s success. Without him, the Rebels lose their structure.<br />\n“Coach Grgurich held us all together,” says Hunt, who started in the backcourt with Anthony. “During timeouts, people would come, sit down, and look at Coach Grgurich. Coach Tarkanian was more of the media guy. As far as keeping us out of trouble, it was Coach Grgurich.”<br />\nYou want trouble? Walk 100 yards from the Vegas campus and you’ve entered the mecca of mischief. Gambling. Liquor. Drugs. Prostitution. All on one five-mile stretch of pavement. Average college dudes have enough problems avoiding vice in sleepy university towns. Try and imagine how a 20-something male—particularly a star athlete—avoids the Strip’s allure.<br />\nSays Hunt: “I only have one regret. It wasn’t a Chapel Hill or a Bloomington or an Ann Arbor. There was a lot of temptation. Las Vegas is not a college town. That’s what I really missed.”<br />\nIf Grgurich was the one steering the Rebs clear of trouble off the court, he was also the one providing much of the leadership on it. According to Hunt, Grgurich (now a Trail Blazers assistant who doesn’t speak to the media) was the hands-on micro-manager. Tarkanian was the macro-manager, concerning himself with the big picture.<br />\n“He was an X’s and O’s guy strictly on defense,” Johnson says of Tark. “On offense he let your natural talent take over.”<br />\nTarkanian’s genius was in dealing with relationships. The guy is revered by his players, and it’s pretty much impossible to find an ex-player who badmouths Tark. The reason seems logical: He’s a father figure. He understands where these kids come from, what situations they faced before arriving in his locker room. From there, he gives them a lifetime supply of second chances. And love.<br />\n“He was more than just a coach on the floor. He was a guy you could talk to,” Johnson says. “Not only the number one [guy] but the two, three, four, five guys. Anybody on our team could go and talk to Coach Tarkanian. That was the unique thing about it.”<br />\nTark also dispensed confidence. For instance, he took a timid Stacey Augmon and helped shape him into a force. Known as Plastic Man for his elastic abilities, Augmon arrived at UNLV apprehensive.<br />\n“He’s really a personal guy, he’s a motivational guy,” Augmon says. “He makes you believe in yourself. He would say, ‘Stacey, you’re a scorer, you can do it.’ I didn’t believe it at first. But he cares a lot about us.”<br />\nTark also got his team to believe a championship was a realistic goal. “We thought we had as good a chance as anybody,” he says. Don’t let that ho-hum attitude fool you. Behind closed doors, he outlined a title route a year in advance.<br />\nTark knew his team’s motivation to get to Denver started in Denver. In the spring of ’89, UNLV played P.J. Carlesimo’s Seton Hall Pirates at McNichols Arena in the Mile High City. The winner earned a trip to the Final Four in Seattle. Despite the presence of LJ, Augmon, Hunt and Anthony, the Rebs were beaten soundly. Tark told his players to use the loss for motivation. Hunt recalls leaving Denver with the attitude of: “We’ll be back in one year.”<br />\nEntering the fall of ’89, Tark looked for the right combinations. He let Anthony, who went around telling people he was a young Republican, handle the ball and run his mouth from tip-off until the final horn. And nobody talked more than Greg Anthony. “After he broke his jaw, he still led the team in technicals,” Hunt laughs. “That was after he got his jaw wired up.”<br />\nMeanwhile, LJ spoke more with his team-leading 20.6 points and 11.4 rebounds a game. Though still a starter for the Knicks, Johnson finds himself on the downslope of a long NBA career. Winning a pro ring may never happen. But one thing is certain. Larry Johnson has always kept himself in phenomenal shape—just like at UNLV.<br />\n“Before the season started, we were playing a pickup game,” Hunt recalls. “Me and Larry were on different teams. I went up for a rebound, and I thought I had it, but he came right over me and bumped me out of the way. My shoulder hurt for two weeks after that. He was one of those guys where his body is like four percent body fat. It’s cut up. It’s like a Greek god.”<br />\nAssisting Johnson was the cagey Augmon, who averaged 14.2 points and 6.9 boards. In addition, an unheralded individual on the title team was David Butler, a 6-10 senior center who, last anyone heard, was playing ball in Cyprus. Butler’s 15.8 points and 7.4 boards were crucial. Meanwhile, Hunt became the Rebels’ second-leading scorer thanks to his speed on the break and silky three-point stroke.<br />\nThat left Moses Scurry to come off the bench. Despite his omnipresent smile, Scurry was a bulky 6-7 Brooklyn senior who intimidated opponents with nasty shoulders and quick hands. He spelled Butler, Johnson or Augmon and became a solid college player. After going out on top, he never made it in the pros and now works at the Hard Rock Cafe in Vegas. Although he looks back on the season fondly, but says if he had to do it all over again, he never would have left St. John’s.<br />\n“I would have been better off as far as longevity and playing time—and self-confidence,” he says now. But that doesn’t mean Scurry doesn’t have warm memories of his time with Tark. “I think about it almost every day,” he admits.<br />\nOut of the 40 games they played that season, the ’89-90 Runnin’ Rebels suffered just five losses: to Kansas in the preseason NIT on a neutral court in New York; and to Oklahoma, New Mexico State, LSU, and UC Santa Barbara, all on the road. On the surface, that final defeat looks like bad. But the Gauchos qualified for the NCAA tournament and almost pulled off another regular-season upset of the Rebels when they lost by only two points in Vegas.<br />\nIt wasn’t the only close call. Despite winning 21 of 22 to finish out the season, the Rebs nearly dribbled the title off their foot with an aorta-gouging 69-67 squeaker over Ball State in the NCAA regional semifinals. Call it an aberration, because UNLV then went on to beat Loyola—which had ridden the emotion of Hank Gathers’ memory all the way to the Elite Eight—131-101 only two days later to earn a Final Four spot.<br />\nFinally, it was back to Denver, where the championship seed had been planted a year earlier. The Final Four was played in the cozy confines of 17,000-seat McNichols Arena, a bi-level gym built in the ’70s. Despite excellent sight lines, the antiquated building has since been razed—which is exactly what UNLV did to Kenny Anderson and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the semifinals. After a 90-81 run-you-off-the-floor win over Bobby Cremins’s Ramblin’ Wreck, the Blue Devils got next in the Championship Game.<br />\nPerhaps using the word “racist” is overly harsh, but there were obvious stereotypes heading into the finals. Duke, which played Bobby Hurley (a total non-factor against the Rebs because of a stomach virus) at point and Christian Laettner in the frontcourt, was a school known for its scholarly background, discipline and upper-crust breeding. UNLV was perceived as the exact opposite. The athletes didn’t care about attending class, right? The Strip and all its evil permeated the entire program. Coach K stood for truth, justice and the American way. Coach Tark was the Vegas rogue who overlooked NCAA rules.<br />\n“When they compared us to Duke, we were the bad boys,” Scurry says. “But at the same time, we were people too.”<br />\nThe preppy academics from the white-collar, high-minded East Coast institution were royal flushed, 103-73, by their slick, high-flying Vegas opponents. Most games contain ebbs and flows, or at least a handful of key moments and squandered opportunities that define the contest, but not this one. UNLV treated Duke like an annoying fly buzzing around the kitchen table. It nonchalantly rolled up the nearest section of newspaper, took aim and swatted the pest with a quick, precise stroke. Splat! Up 57-47 early in the second half, the desert posse cashed in its chips for an 18-0 run over a 2:51 span. Hunt scored 12 during that streak and finished with 29 and the MVP trophy. Duke limped back to Tobacco Road to regroup.<br />\n“That’s the best any team has played against us—ever,” Coach K said to reporters following the game. But ask the Rebs about that magical night, and they have trouble explaining it.<br />\nSays Tark: “Everything went right.” Hunt says: “I thought we were going to win, but to be truthful I didn’t think we were going to beat them by 30.” And Augmon: “We really surprised ourselves. It was one of those days when everything fell.”<br />\nOne year later, UNLV could have used another one of those magical days. Following the elation of the championship in Denver, the Rebels didn’t lose a game until the ’91 Final Four. Then, despite having the nucleus back and Tark saying it was “our best team,” the Rebels were ambushed by Duke, which avenged their 30-point Denver debacle. No repeat for a team certain to repeat.<br />\nBut they’ll always have ’90. They always have the night when all was right. And you know what’s ironic? 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He missed only 10 all year.<br />\n - Villanova scored 46 points in the paint.<br />\n“Tonight we definitely played 40 minutes of Villanova basketball,” Dante Cunningham said.<br />\nIf Villanova continues to play its brand of basketball, the Sweet 16 will just be another step along the way. The Wildcats dominated in the paint, set the tone on the glass and punished the Bruins for their mistakes.<br />\nIf the game had to be summed up by one play, it would be Dwayne Anderson’s all-out defensive effort with 4:43 to play. Collison hauled in a rebound and got out on the break. He neared the Villanova three-point line when Anderson, sprinting from behind, dove head-first at the ball and knocked it out of Collison’s hand. Villanova was leading by 22 at that point.<br />\n“I&#8217;m disappointed that this is our last game of the year,” said UCLA coach Ben Howland. “It&#8217;s not the way we would like to have gone out.”<br />\nFollowing the UCLA game, the University of Connecticut welcomed head coach Jim Calhoun back from the hospital with a convincing 92-66 win over Texas A&amp;M. A.J. Price and Jeff Adrien combined for 50 points to lead the Huskies who appear to be peaking at just the right time.<br />\n“For anyone to question our No. 1 seed, I think we answered those questions by playing hard and showing people that we can beat good teams,” Price said. “It wasn&#8217;t our goal to come in and try to blow teams out or show anybody up. We just wanted to come out and play as best as we could play, and we&#8217;ve done that these first two games.”<br />\nThe way UConn took care of business in Philly, the team should like its chances next week against Purdue.<br />\nDay 3 over. Next stop: Boston.<br />\n<strong>NOTES:</strong><br />\n&#8211; American University gave Villanova a necessary wakeup call. The urgency with which the Wildcats played last year as the underdog returned to Jay Wright’s squad on Saturday.<br />\n&#8211; Collison is one of the country’s top defenders. He moves his feet well and has great instincts. With his reliable ball-handling skills his basketball career in America is far from over. He’s also a capable scorer.<br />\n&#8211; ‘Nova sixth man Corey Fisher hit three incredibly difficult, contact-filled layups. His contributions off the bench may determine how far the Wildcats go.<br />\n&#8211; UCLA take note: You’re not going to win many games in which you give up 89 points.<br />\n&#8211; I’m happy for Jason Colenda. During last year’s Tourney I wrote <a title=\"Bench players learn to relish role \" href=\"http://www.usatoday.com/printedition/sports/20080408/c10ncaafiller08.art.htm?loc=interstitialskip\">an article</a> for <em>USA Today </em>about end-of-the-bench players at top schools. I asked Colenda why he chose to walk on to the Villanova team when he probably could have starred at a mid-major. He told me: &#8220;I know if I made different choices, I could be in other places, maybe having my shining moment, having my name on ESPN. But it&#8217;s not about that for me. I love it, because I got a great group of guys who care about each other. That&#8217;s as gratifying, having that team connection, as getting the opportunity to hit the shot of a lifetime.&#8221; With under 30 seconds to play, he hit two free throws – his first points in a Villanova uniform – to hit the shots of a lifetime.<br />\n&#8211; Stanley Robinson has serious hops. His ability to play above the rim must be a serious distraction to the Huskies’ opponents.<br />\n&#8211; It’s scary to think how good Connecticut would be with Jerome Dyson. His teammates estimated that with him in the lineup, they probably would have posted more than 130 points against Chattanooga. Jerome, thanks for keeping the playing field more level.<br />\n&#8211; Before entering the court, Connecticut’s pre-game ritual is awesome. They huddle around Jeff Adrien who riles them up by slapping at a basketball and conducting repetitive whoops, screams and chants. 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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><em>by Franklyn Calle</em><br />\nThe stage was set for another historic moment at the World’s Most Famous Arena. Madison Square Garden was about to witness once again another historic basketball moment right in its own wooden floor. This time it was a high school basketball historic championship up for grabs. All the hype that started in the Brooklyn streets when Lance Stephenson was in the 7th grade came down to this game. It seems like it was only yesterday when Stephenson aka “Born Ready” exploded into the national scene in July 2005 after he gave the best high school basketball player in America at the time, OJ Mayo, all he can handle at the Reebok ABCD camp. That match-up will go down as one of the greatest moments in ABCD Camp history. Born Ready caught Mayo off guard at the start the game and was scoring from the perimeter as well as in the paint. He was making Mayo look bad to the point that OJ decided to make the game into a one-on-one match instead of a five-on-five. Oh by the way, Lance had just finished the 8th grade at the time while Mayo was about to enter his junior year in high school. It seemed as if the game was being played in Coney Island instead of at the Farleigh Dickinson University campus in Teaneck, New Jersey by the amount of people cheering Stephenson on. But somewhere in the middle of that epic match-up, Mayo turned into a monster and finished off the game on fire. I remember that on a couple of possessions, Mayo holding the ball would tell Lance to step-up and play defense more closer only to dribble a couple of times and score right on him. When it was all over, Stephenson finished with 16 points while Mayo scored 21. But the stat sheet didn’t quite explain what had taken place. At the time, no one had ever really challenged Mayo during his first two years of high school. Then all of the sudden an eighth grader comes in and plays at the same level as him. Both players shook hands afterwards with Mayo just relieved that he was able to finish the game strong while Lance seemed have a bit of bad taste in his mouth knowing that he was so close from out-shining and exposing the best high school baller in America. But in reality Stephenson had gained the attention and respect from Mayo himself, who called the Brooklyn native “real”, as well as from the national media, scouting services, and college coaches. Two months later, Stephenson was getting ready to start his high school career at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School. After the first three days of school, Born Ready transferred out the Fort Greene school and enrolled into Abraham Lincoln High School located in his own neighborhood, Coney Island. What would transcribe over the next three and a half year would go down as history in the New York City high school basketball world.<br />\nSo here we are three and a half years later. Stephenson playing at the “Mecca of Basketball” was looking to win his fourth straight PSAL (Public School Athletic League) championship and become the first player to do so. So you know Slam had to be in the building to witness the historic accomplishment.<br />\nAs the players took the floor for warm-ups, you could tell that Lance was in his own capsule. He jogged on the lay-up line so calm as if he was playing at The Garden floor for the 200th time, not his 4th. He showed no emotion, very quiet. He was alone shooting jumpers on the right wing across from the visitors’ bench for a while. One thing I took notice was that while his Lincoln team was sporting Under Armour and Adidas sneakers, he was the only player wearing Nike (That’s right Lance still loves his Nikes despite being left out of the Jordan Brand Classic). He was wearing the black/white/blue Nike Zoom LeBron VI to be exact. Now could it be that he wearing Nike for the championship game was a sign or hint as to what school he will be committing to in ten days?&#8230;Just for the record his three finalists are St. John’s-a Nike school, Kansas-a Adidas school, and Maryland- a Under Armour school… Well I guess we shall find that out in ten days if the sneakers had anything to do with where he might be leaning towards. But to be fair, I should note that he has been wearing Nike for most of the season.<br />\nSo the ref blows the whistle and the game starts. We all knew that Lance was going to start the game strong as he was looking to surpass Sebastian Telfair’s (Minnesota Timberwolves) three PSAL titles after already breaking his scoring record last month to become New York State’s new all-time leading scorer. In the first 2:32 of the game, Stephenson scored six of his team’s first eight points through a jumper with a hand on his face, a fast break lay-up after stealing the ball, and a put back on a miss free throw, to give Lincoln an 8-2 lead over JFK from the Bronx. Later in the quarter, Stephenson would go all the way to the hole from the top of the key, blazing by three defenders for a lay-up. On the next possession, Born Ready hit nothing but net on a three point field goal. A minute and a half later with 26 seconds to play, Stephenson hit another three to give Lincoln a 21-12 lead and finish the quarter on an 8-0 run, with six of them from Stephenson.<br />\nAfter one quarter of play, Stephenson already had 14 points and 4 rebounds while shooting 6 for 8 from the field and 2 for 2 from behind the perimeter. Maryland-bound center James Padgett scored 5 points and grabbed five boards.<br />\nWithin the first minute and twenty seconds of the second quarter, Lance stole the ball and flashed up the court for a coast to coast lay-up. But those would be his only points of the quarter as he picked up his third foul at about the halfway mark of the quarter and sat out the rest of the way. That is when the 6-8 senior Padgett stepped up and made sure that the Knights didn’t get comfortable even though Stephenson was on the bench. He dominated the boards as well as in the paint, scoring 8 points in the second quarter to give the Lincoln Railsplitters a 41-32 lead heading into the locker rooms at halftime.<br />\nFor Lincoln, Stephenson led with the way with 16 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 steals while Padgett had 13 points and 9 rebounds while shooting a perfect 5 for 5 from the field.<br />\nFor JFK, junior guard Naquan Pierce led the team in scoring with 12 points.<br />\nStephenson was back on the floor for the start of the third quarter in which Lincoln was able to deliver the knockout punch. The 6-5 shooting guard scored four points in the quarter on a put back and two free throws but it was the role player that were able to expand the lead to 15 by the end of the quarter. Guards Darwin “Buddha” Ellis, a senior who is headed to St. Francis College, and Shaquille Stokes, a sophomore who transferred from national powerhouse St. Patrick’s in Elizabeth, New Jersey, both stepped up on both ends of the floor. Another transfer, Anthony Allen, who transferred from Apex Academy in Jersey, also had his presence felt. And Padgett just kept dominating the boards. Padgett actually is also a transferred as he went to Lincoln from Xaverian High School in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn after his sophomore year.<br />\nLincoln held JFK to only 9 points in the quarter. After three quarter of play, the Railsplitters were up, 56-43. Stephenson at the time had 20 points and 8 rebounds while Padgett already had a double-double in 14 points and 13 rebounds. Pierce led KFK with 13 points.<br />\nIn the fourth, Lincoln continued to show poise and had no intentions of letting this game get close. Stephenson got to the basketball for a couple of lay-ups in the first three minute of the quarter. And when Lincoln took their largest lead of the game with 1:28 left in the game, 72-52, Stephenson was taken out the game to a standing ovation at MSG, where he might very well call home next year if he chooses St. John’s.<br />\nAs the buzzer sounded, the Lincoln bench stormed the floor and celebrated the 78-56 victory which handed them the historic fourth consecutive PSAL Championship and gave Stephenson and teammate Ellis their historic fourth city title in their four years of high school. You can tell from the players facial expressions that they were just overjoyed to know that they were part of history. It was a long and bumpy season for the Railsplitters as they went from being ranked one of the top teams in the nation in the pre-season polls to getting knocked off the rankings and loosing 10 games in a very adamant schedule. For Stephenson himself, he has had some rough times the last nine months from being cut off the Team USA National 18&amp;under squad last summer to the alleged sexual assault charges in the fall and everything in between. But despite all of the pressure and distractions, Born Ready found himself in the history books and possibly leaving the question as to being the best player to ever come out of New York City. You could see in his eyes that he was just relieved that it was all over.<br />\nStephenson won MVP honors and finished with 24 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 steals. Padgett scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, shooting 6 for 7 from the floor. Guards Ellis and Stokes chipped in 15 and 7 points respectively, while Allen finished with 10 points and 8 rebounds.<br />\nFor JFK, Pierce finished with 17 points while senior Jeffrey Azru had 12 points and 6 assists. Senior Shea Spence also had a strong game as he scored 11 points while grabbing 9 rebounds.<br />\nFor Lincoln head coach Dwayne “Tiny” Morton, it is his 7th city championship in the last eight years. But most importantly he got to avenge the 2000 and 2005 losses to JFK’s head coach Johnny Mathis at MSG.<br />\nLincoln will now go upstate next weekend to play for the New York State Federation title where they have come out crowned champions the last two years.<br />\nIn ten days, Lance will make his college announcement at Media Day of the McDonald’s All American Game on March 31st.<br />\nAs people made their way out The Garden, I heard some wondering who might be the next Lance. Well looking at next year, there is a very familiar face in Coney Island that will be entering the 9th grade. He goes by the name of Ethan Telfair. That’s right Sebastian’s little brother who you may remember from the end of the “Through the Fire” documentary where he is working on his game at the park very early in the morning. Whether or not he goes to Lincoln next year is yet to be known but some close to him have told me that he might be looking to go in a different direction and attend another school. But then yet the same was said about Stephenson until he transferred into Lincoln from Bishop Loughlin on the first week of school of his freshmen year. Usually if you are from Coney Island and you can ball, then you are going to attend Lincoln High School.<br />\nBut for now, Madison Square Garden can brag that once again an historic basketball game was played in its building. 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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><a title=\"Mail!\" href=\"mailto:aaronjkap@gmail.com\"><em> by Aaron Kaplowitz</em></a><br />\nDuring the full second that a basketball needs to reach the rim on a three-pointer, visions of David’s stone whizzing toward Goliath’s head materialized on the collective conscience of the Villanova-heavy crowd at Philadelphia’s Wachovia Center on Thursday night. The 14-seed American University Eagles were about to become the newest Cinderella, less than 20 minutes away from slaying the powerful Villanova University Wildcats on the first day of NCAA Tournament &#8216;09.<br />\nBrian Gilmore’s open three from the right side fell short, and AU missed an opportunity to go up 48-31. His shot would get marginalized in the box score as just another missed field goal, but Gilmore’s three was the game’s true turning point. Instead of going up by 17 points, American left the door open for Villanova to steal the momentum. Once ‘Nova found its footing, the Wildcats, powered  by Dante Cunningham, outscored American 39-16 over the final 14 minutes to win, 80-67.<br />\nAlthough it was an ephemeral flash of basketball brilliance, AU guards Garrison Carr and Derrick Mercer ran circles around the lauded Villanova backcourt, looking poised and confident as hunted took on the role of hunter. With an average height of 5-10, they played with boundless energy. Carr and Mercer v-cut with purpose, setting up backdoor cuts, effective flex screens and constant motion. In the end, the gas ran out, but AU seized the opportunity to display their talent and resolve on the national stage.<br />\n“I’m sure we changed a lot of people’s minds the way we came out and played,” said starting swingman Frank Borden. “The things we heard fueled us a bit. We weren’t going to go down without a fight.”<br />\nCarr was lights out from beyond the arc during the first half, drilling five bombs. He finished with six triples on his way to 22 points.<br />\n“He has a very quick release,” said Villanova’s Dwayne Anderson. “He&#8217;s a great shooter. We&#8217;ve played plenty of players like that in our conference.”<br />\nThe all-senior AU starting five may have played its final game together, but not all was lost. During halftime of the nightcap thriller between UCLA and VCU, the team stood unified as one in the players’ tunnel, taking in the inspiring sight of UCLA’s female dance team engaged in synchronized thrusting and gyrating at midcourt, all in the name of art. Not a bad parting gift.<br />\n*****<br />\nAs entertaining as the curvaceous UCLA dancers are, they played second fiddle to the UCLA Bruins-VCU Rams, the No. 6 vs. No. 11 matchup. Two years ago, behind Eric Maynor’s last-second shot, VCU knocked Duke out of the NCAA Tournament. With an improved Maynor returning, many had penned in VCU for an upset special &#8212; the same people who myopically disregarded UCLA’s three trips to the Final Four in the past four seasons.<br />\nWith seven minutes left, UCLA looked like a team ready to go deep into March, leading VCU by 11. But Maynor would have none of it. The senior box score filler (he finished with 21 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds) took the Rams on his back, bringing them to within one, 65-64, after knocking down two free throws with 48 seconds to play.<br />\nUCLA put the ball in floor leader Darren Collison’s hands. He drove hard to his left and flicked a layup that was swatted by VCU big man Larry Sanders, forcing a shot-clock violation.<br />\nVCU had 11.6 seconds to take the ball 90 feet, erase a one-point deficit and inscribe its name in Tournament lore.<br />\nEveryone knew who would be deciding the outcome.<br />\nAfter a VCU timeout, UCLA set up a full-court man-to-man press. Maynor got the ball across half-court and dribbled to the left wing. With Collison on him, he flung a fade-away jumper as time inspiring that clanged off the front rim.<br />\nDay One over.<br />\n<strong>NOTES:</strong><br />\n&#8211; BYU never seemed to find a rhythm on its way to a 79-66 loss to Texas A&amp;M. Physically, the Cougars have a massive front line. They have great spacing and run the break beautifully. But they couldn’t hang with the Aggies who played inspired at every position.<br />\n&#8211; After handily defeating BYU, Texas A&amp;M players were talking about how confident they are going into tomorrow’s game. Josh Carter said that if you would bring the Cleveland Cavaliers in tomorrow, they could beat them. When I threatened to tell LeBron, he laughed and thought it best not to.<br />\n&#8211; UConn played without head coach Jim Calhoun, who was hospitalized after his doctor recommended so. He is expected to be back on the sidelines for tomorrow’s game against Texas A&amp;M.  One has to wonder if Coach Calhoun would have left his starters in for as long as Coach George Blaney did. With the game well out of reach in the second half against Chattanooga, Blaney didn’t replace all of his starters until only a few minutes remained. One twisted ankle would have been enough to put Blaney on the hot seat for the rest of the Tourney. UConn squeaked by 103-47.<br />\n&#8211; By the looks of how A&amp;M played yesterday against BYU, I think they can play with any team in the country. With last year’s near upset over UCLA still fresh on their minds, UConn better not let Calhoun’s hospital stay become a distraction. A&amp;M plays a patient, inside-outside offense that deflates when they drain the three deep into the shot clock.<br />\n&#8211; According to an NCAA employee, the Texas A&amp;M pep band arrived late because someone prank called the bus driver, telling him to arrive an hour later than scheduled. When asked about the incident, the band members had no idea.  “They didn’t tell us anything,” said the trumpeter. Or was it the trombonist?<br />\n&#8211; Is it me or does BYU always seem to get an No. 8-seed in the NCAA Tournament? Does anyone out there know their seeding history?<br />\n&#8211; The 2008 <em>Princeton Review</em> lists BYU as the No. 1 Stone-Cold Sober School, a fact that BYU brags about in its media guide. Sign me up.<br />\n&#8211; I’m setting the over-under on BYU’s average age at 24. I dare you to take the under.<br />\n&#8211; Scottie Reynolds never really seemed to find his comfort zone. Villanova is not going to win too many games when its top player scores zero points in the first half.<br />\n&#8211; Eric Maynor struggled mightily when Darren Collison face-guarded him. Unfortunately for the UCLA senior, foul trouble forced freshman Jrue Holiday to cover the VCU star.<br />\n&#8211; When sitting, Hasheem Thabeet’s legs are the same level as Jerome Dyson’s chin.<br />\n&#8211; The VCU pep band director wore a black robe with gold sequins and black feathers around the collar and sleeves. While most directors lead with their hands, he leads with his loins. When he’s not humping the air, he’s either changing costumes, shedding clothing or integrating countless props all with the same slogan: “Total Package.” He’s college basketball’s version of Carrot Top, only if possible, less funny. But at least he has fun doing it. To get an idea, <a title=\" VCU Band Director/Stripper\" href=\"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGBLfoBsUP8&amp;feature=related\">check him out</a>.<br />\n&#8211; It’s hard to blame the kid, but Maynor should not have settled for a jumpshot on the final play. The play that was drawn up in the VCU huddle clearly broke down, when Maynor found himself struggling for breathing room and no pick in sight. He should have taken the ball to the basket.  UCLA was in the double bonus and Collison was guarding him with four fouls. 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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><a title=\"Mail!\" href=\"mailto:ryne@harris-pub.com\"><em>by Ryne Nelson</em></a><br />\nThe NBA announced yesterday that it fined referee Bill Kennedy an undisclosed amount for issuing what Doc Rivers claimed was “the most unprofessional tech I’ve ever had.”<br />\nRivers <a title=\"Injuries mount in Celtics loss\" href=\"http://www.bostonherald.com/sports/basketball/celtics/view.bg?articleid=1159388&amp;srvc=sports&amp;position=0\">was furious</a> after he got whistled for his second technical foul with 29.8 seconds left against the Bulls March 17.<br />\n<em>&#8220;Look at the film. I actually walked away. He asked me, &#8216;Where do you want the ball?&#8217; And I said, &#8216;Ask them,&#8217; talking about my players. That&#8217;s my right to say that, and he walked away.</em><br />\n<em>&#8220;He stood there and stared me down and stared me down and goaded me until I turned around and said, &#8216;What?&#8217; That&#8217;s when I got thrown out of the game. In a [5-point] game? Think about that.&#8221;</em><br />\nFor that postgame &#8220;rant,&#8221; Doc is <a title=\"Rivers and referee both fined\" href=\"http://www.boston.com/sports/basketball/celtics/extras/celtics_blog/2009/03/rivers_and_refe.html\">out 25 large</a>. But here&#8217;s the crux: If the League admitted Kennedy was wrong by enticing Doc to say something, why should the coach be fined?<br />\nCorrect me if I&#8217;m wrong, but the League has never undercut one of its referees for a poor decision made in a game. That&#8217;s admitting Kennedy made a mistake.<br />\nThe Referees Union, however, claims Kennedy did nothing wrong. Said spokesman <a title=\"Referees union critical of NBA for fine\" href=\"http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=4000739\">Lamell McMorris</a>:<br />\n<em>&#8220;Some things you cannot take out of the arsenal of the officials. It&#8217;s not a stare to start some kind of disagreement or goad him into getting ejected, it&#8217;s just like, &#8216;Hey, enough is enough. And basically he didn&#8217;t even stare him down. He walked away, he turned his back per what he is trained to do and he removed himself from the situation.</em><br />\n<em>&#8220;As far as we&#8217;re concerned, Billy Kennedy followed every rule according to the referee&#8217;s manual as it relates to handling situations like this. The only person in this scenario who has had a pattern of behavior that is unprofessional is Doc Rivers, not Billy Kennedy.&#8221;</em><br />\nAs McMorris said, referees are told to just walk away when confronted by a coach. Kennedy did not. 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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Morgan State forward Ameer Ali uses Blake Griffin to remake the <a title=\" Hasheem Thabeet vs. DeJuan Blair\" href=\"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTnDkOAuwYs\">DeJuan Blair-Hasheem Thabeet</a> flip.</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fmedia%2Fslam-tv%2F2009%2F03%2Fvideo-ameer-ali-takes-down-blake-griffin%2F&amp;title=Video%3A%20Ameer%20Ali%20Takes%20Down%20Blake%20Griffin\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fmedia%2Fslam-tv%2F2009%2F03%2Fvideo-ameer-ali-takes-down-blake-griffin%2F&amp;title=Video%3A%20Ameer%20Ali%20Takes%20Down%20Blake%20Griffin\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fmedia%2Fslam-tv%2F2009%2F03%2Fvideo-ameer-ali-takes-down-blake-griffin%2F&amp;t=Video%3A%20Ameer%20Ali%20Takes%20Down%20Blake%20Griffin\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fmedia%2Fslam-tv%2F2009%2F03%2Fvideo-ameer-ali-takes-down-blake-griffin%2F&amp;title=Video%3A%20Ameer%20Ali%20Takes%20Down%20Blake%20Griffin\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fmedia%2Fslam-tv%2F2009%2F03%2Fvideo-ameer-ali-takes-down-blake-griffin%2F&amp;title=Video%3A%20Ameer%20Ali%20Takes%20Down%20Blake%20Griffin\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fmedia%2Fslam-tv%2F2009%2F03%2Fvideo-ameer-ali-takes-down-blake-griffin%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fmedia%2Fslam-tv%2F2009%2F03%2Fvideo-ameer-ali-takes-down-blake-griffin%2F&amp;submitHeadline=Video%3A%20Ameer%20Ali%20Takes%20Down%20Blake%20Griffin&amp;submitSummary=Blake%20displays%20the%20temper%20of%20a%20sage.&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:d0165b1adbc45b63f98e0da8134c564a' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>As the team continues on its four-game road trip, neither the <em>Washington Post</em> or <em>Times</em> <a title=\"Newspapers Dying With Wizards\" href=\"http://www.nbcwashington.com/sports/basketball/wizards/Newspapers-Dying-With-Wizards.html\">have sent</a> reporters to cover the 16-53 Wiz. The <em>L.A. Times</em> stopped sending writers back in January. Be ready: Beat reports are quickly moving away from newspapers and heading in YouTube&#8217;s direction.</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fprint-media-dying-with-the-wizards%2F&amp;title=Print%20Media%20Dying%20With%20the%20Wizards\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fprint-media-dying-with-the-wizards%2F&amp;title=Print%20Media%20Dying%20With%20the%20Wizards\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fprint-media-dying-with-the-wizards%2F&amp;t=Print%20Media%20Dying%20With%20the%20Wizards\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fprint-media-dying-with-the-wizards%2F&amp;title=Print%20Media%20Dying%20With%20the%20Wizards\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fprint-media-dying-with-the-wizards%2F&amp;title=Print%20Media%20Dying%20With%20the%20Wizards\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fprint-media-dying-with-the-wizards%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fprint-media-dying-with-the-wizards%2F&amp;submitHeadline=Print%20Media%20Dying%20With%20the%20Wizards&amp;submitSummary=%20&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:f0747e79fa5e9735da6aa36aeb56fb39' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Both have been cleared to resume basketball-related activities. Ginobili is at least <a title=\"Manu practices, but won&#039;t play vs. Celtics\" href=\"http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/spurs/Ginobili_practices_but_wont_play_against_Celtics.html\">one week away</a> from competing, while the Lakers are playing it safe and keeping Bynum out for <a title=\" Bynum still a month away\" href=\"http://www.insidesocal.com/lakers/2009/03/jackson-bynum-still-a-month-aw.html\">another month</a>.</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fginobili-bynum-back-at-practice%2F&amp;title=Ginobili%2C%20Bynum%20Back%20at%20Practice\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fginobili-bynum-back-at-practice%2F&amp;title=Ginobili%2C%20Bynum%20Back%20at%20Practice\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fginobili-bynum-back-at-practice%2F&amp;t=Ginobili%2C%20Bynum%20Back%20at%20Practice\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fginobili-bynum-back-at-practice%2F&amp;title=Ginobili%2C%20Bynum%20Back%20at%20Practice\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fginobili-bynum-back-at-practice%2F&amp;title=Ginobili%2C%20Bynum%20Back%20at%20Practice\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fginobili-bynum-back-at-practice%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fginobili-bynum-back-at-practice%2F&amp;submitHeadline=Ginobili%2C%20Bynum%20Back%20at%20Practice&amp;submitSummary=%20&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:37dcfeabe3869b11ac2d48ba731da969' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>First there was the <a title=\" Hornets-Spurs Game 2 Halftime, Barkley as Super Hugo\" href=\"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEyQj9lMgh8\">failed ring-of-fire</a> Hugo dunk during last season&#8217;s Playoff first round. This year, a halftime performer got his leg stuck in the rim and clanged his <a title=\" Guy hits face on rim at hornets game\" href=\"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zUQLxSQgMY\">chin on metal</a> on a mistiming trampoline jump.<br />\nThen earlier this week, a Hornets cameraman suffered the most painful incident of them all. <a title=\"The Hazards of Working for the New Orleans Hornets\" href=\"http://blogofneworleans.com/blog/2009/03/18/the-hazards-of-working-for-the-new-orleans-hornets/\">View the images</a> at your own risk. (<em>via <a href=\"http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/blog/ball_dont_lie/post/More-gruesome-Hornets-in-game-entertainment?urn=nba,149145\">BDL</a></em>)</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fhornets-in-game-entertainment-hasnt-quite-improved%2F&amp;title=Hornets%20In-Game%20Entertainment%20Hasn%27t%20Quite%20Improved\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fhornets-in-game-entertainment-hasnt-quite-improved%2F&amp;title=Hornets%20In-Game%20Entertainment%20Hasn%27t%20Quite%20Improved\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fhornets-in-game-entertainment-hasnt-quite-improved%2F&amp;t=Hornets%20In-Game%20Entertainment%20Hasn%27t%20Quite%20Improved\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fhornets-in-game-entertainment-hasnt-quite-improved%2F&amp;title=Hornets%20In-Game%20Entertainment%20Hasn%27t%20Quite%20Improved\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fhornets-in-game-entertainment-hasnt-quite-improved%2F&amp;title=Hornets%20In-Game%20Entertainment%20Hasn%27t%20Quite%20Improved\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fhornets-in-game-entertainment-hasnt-quite-improved%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Fhornets-in-game-entertainment-hasnt-quite-improved%2F&amp;submitHeadline=Hornets%20In-Game%20Entertainment%20Hasn%27t%20Quite%20Improved&amp;submitSummary=%20&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:48cb60c607f4452491ddfbbc90f7c4b3' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Knicks center <a href=\"http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/1486195,eddy-curry-custody-son-noah-031909.article\">Eddy Curry has taken custory of his son</a>, Noah Henry-Curry. In January. police had found Noah in the room where his mother, Nova Henry, 24, and 10-month-old sister Ava were murdered. Nova Henry&#8217;s former attorney and ex-boyfriend, Fredrick Goings of Chicago, has been charge in the murders.</p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Feddie-curry-takes-custody%2F&amp;title=Eddy%20Curry%20Takes%20Custody%20\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Feddie-curry-takes-custody%2F&amp;title=Eddy%20Curry%20Takes%20Custody%20\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Feddie-curry-takes-custody%2F&amp;t=Eddy%20Curry%20Takes%20Custody%20\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Feddie-curry-takes-custody%2F&amp;title=Eddy%20Curry%20Takes%20Custody%20\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Feddie-curry-takes-custody%2F&amp;title=Eddy%20Curry%20Takes%20Custody%20\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Feddie-curry-takes-custody%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Feddie-curry-takes-custody%2F&amp;submitHeadline=Eddy%20Curry%20Takes%20Custody%20&amp;submitSummary=%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761169, expire = 1397847569, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:af7856827b0d1878f8b9e0d954749e07' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><em>by Jake Appleman </em><br />\nThere are no boundaries at the grammar school in the land of peace, chocolate, mountains and watchmen. Every nook and cranny, every angle and granny, is designed to affect the game and the way these kids—many of whom speak multiple languages—see the world. And, if you don&#8217;t know, now you know.<br />\nOoh, &#8220;look&#8221; said prophet Aron:<br />\n<em>3/2</em><br />\n <br />\n<em>“Ayo, my pen and paper cause a chain reaction</p>\n<p>To get your brain relaxin, a zany actin maniac in<br />\naction</p>\n<p>A brainiac in fact son, you mainly lack attraction</p>\n<p>You look insanely wack when just a fraction of my<br />\ntracks run</p>\n<p>My rhyming skills got you climbing hills</p>\n<p>I travel through your mind into your spine like siren<br />\ndrills</p>\n<p>I\'m sliming grills of roaches, with spray that<br />\ndisinfects.” </em><br />\n<em>– Eminem</em></p>\n<p>So it was written, and <strong>Eli</strong> Manning of Silver Springs, <em></em><br />\n<strong>Uwe</strong> Blab of G-Unit Burg,<br />\nAnd I, the <strong>fadeaway</strong><strong> J</strong> from the NY-Sizzle,<br />\nArrive at this Utopian dream early enough.<br />\nThe brand new ball--we\'ll call it \"Cesc Education\",<br />\nWord to my alma pa--<br />\nIs tugged through the streets of Geneva along<br />\nMy feet like the world\'s most loyal yo-yo.<br />\nNew age neo soul for the Arsenal.</p>\n<p>Yo--you see those Shaq links? The Diesel knows<br />\nWhat is what, and what is, in fact, marketing<br />\nThough the Washington Mystics<br />\nMight disagree.<br />\nIt\'s a special night tonight so we\'re<br />\nJust going to Blaze the beef<br />\n--Ra(r)e steak in this case--<br />\nStraight down the middle because that\'s just the way<br />\nThe world works sometimes.    <br />\nThe ball scoots and skids across the slick concrete<br />\nLike a strange red and black Hondo/Rondo hybrid<br />\nWith fantastic gas mileage.<br />\nIt\'s only fitting, then, that we walked<br />\nTowards the concrete soccer court that lies near the<br />\nConcrete basketball court, on some straight <em>2000 Seasons/RFE</em> ish. Because<br />\nThe world needs our message. Ask my<br />\nyounger--but not<br />\nYoungest--brother.<br />\nHe knows what shirt I was rocking the<br />\nfirst night I<br />\nMet him. A Yankee fan.   </p>\n<p>3/1<br />\n“I\'m fantastic, FURIOUS like the Five from B\'lawn</p>\n<p>Brooklyn phenom\'</p>\n<p>Diss all peons, flow for eons</p>\n<p>Mos Def is beyond, in fact most cats can agree on</p>\n<p>Cause we on the same frequency, if not</p>\n<p>change your dial and get on it, I flip on this here beat<br />\nHit the deep street sonnets, who want it?”<br />\n- Mos Def<br />\nI\'m trying to get a game going but the kids are reluctant. What are these<br />\nAmerican Giants doing in their land of play and imagination.<br />\nCorruption? War? </p>\n<p>Wrong on both counts. We, an<br />\nAmerican trinity of sorts, came in<br />\npeace, as I flip bilingual scripts like</p>\n<p>Octavio Paz, with annotated blood-red (unity) Typeface.<br />\nIt doesn\'t help matters that there\'s a severe initial<br />\nLanguage barrier.</p>\n<p>Speaking Spanish and English has always served me,<br />\nBut appears to have abandoned me on this day. I might be<br />\nAuto Bart, the bus driver without a cause.<br />\nAnd then it happens.<br />\nThe beautiful game interjects itself into the<br />\nNarrative, a script changing plot point (hopefully) of glory.<br />\n\"Roo-sky?\" asks the kid with the biggish belly and<br />\nGood self-control. Being a man of the world, I<br />\nAnswer, that<br />\nYes, I do indeed have Russian blood--Ra, Ra, Ra--and<br />\nall that jazzy, orange-y grape soda wonderfulness for<br />\nand from the projects, a network established by a<br />\nHell Raiser with a heart of Gold. <br />\n(Note: Kel Loves Orange Soda.) </p>\n<p>But the interrogation isn\'t over. When I try to<br />\nCommunicate in Spanish with them, they look at me,<br />\nEyes wide, like<br />\n<strong> </strong><br />\n<strong>I could be from Spain. </strong><br />\n <br />\nEl rey Juan Carlos. Numero tres.  <br />\nDude \"shoots\" like a rapidly fired bolt of light.<br />\nI respond with one of my favorite songs: \"Fernando<br />\nTorres, la la la la la,</p>\n<p>Fernando Torres, la la la la la,<br />\nFernando Torres, la la la la la.\"<br />\n9+1=10; Pey Donna, please. Always.  </p>\n<p>They look at me with intrigue. Could this lanky<br />\nStork really be a surreal combo of this past summer\'s<br />\nEuropean Championship class.</p>\n<p>(Winning goal: TOWERS --&gt; TOWERS AND POWER...Salvation for Edward O (Le) Bannon)<br />\nThe answer is yes and no. </p>\n<p>Yes, I\'m sure of the fact that I have Sephardic<br />\nRoots--estranged middle brother of earth<br />\n <br />\nmisses Hale, Rain, Sleet and Snow, as well his protector.<br />\nAmy, &#8220;I&#8217;m a hoe and my heart is burning for your love,&#8221;<br />\nA wise fisherman once yelled<br />\nAt the top of his lungs whilst surrounded by a cul de sac of<br />\nDanger and self-loathing.<br />\nIt\'s middle brother who we\'ve gotten to peep on the regular<br />\nOver the past few years. But I also have<br />\n <br />\nFriends the world around, and that includes, </p>\n<p>Mexico (since Incubus),<br />\nPuerto Rico (bio luminescent),<br />\nColumbia (soap op<br />\nCon arroz con pollo)<br />\nGuatemalan assistants,<br />\nChilean spices and of course,<br />\nLeo Messi&#8230;ah&#8230;Spain and Argentina.<br />\nBarcelona&#8230;Catalina, land of peace&#8230;</p>\n<p>E!\'s Joel McHale would say that\'s a heck of a Chat Stew Home,<br />\nif he could say that in Spanish. Who knows, he probably speaks Latin,<br />\nor maybe managerial Minnie Soda.<br />\n <br />\n1/1<br />\n“Once the Grand spread his stuff, pockets fluff like Jiffy Puff</p>\n<p>\"Inside Stuff,\" Ahmad Rashad know I keep it rough</p>\n<p>Blazin for the two-cen\' and after black</p>\n<p>Once I spit the half to that, shorties form a line at the welcome mat</p>\n<p>Godly ways and action be fo\' yo\' satisfaction</p>\n<p>Chicks feel me like attraction, move shoes like Foot Action</p>\n<p>Justice Cypher Born be to leave the mic torn.”<br />\n- Grand Puba</p>\n<p>Eventually, we split up for the first 3 on 3--Scoop it up, like Hoop It Up<br />\nfor footie fanatics.<br />\nMidway through the game--I\'ve got two kids on my squadron and the Maryland Crabs have one—<br />\nI start asking<br />\nAn incredibly talented young boy with a medium S(h)ade of brown skin,<br />\nAbout the NBA hat that he\'s rocking.<br />\nIt has five teams on it and it looks cool<br />\nIn the front of the Green thing by the corner<br />\nWith the light blue elephants on it. </p>\n<p>Anyway, I ask the kids who they like in the league.<br />\n\"Kobe\", the uber-competitive one responds.<br />\n\"Hah, I like LeBron,\" I respond, refraining from launching into an abstract tangent in Spanish<br />\nRegarding the importance of opposite day.<br />\n(Oh, I shall mention now that the half-Japanese looking boy<br />\n&#8211;he said his name was Noveau or something similar&#8211;said he likes Pau Gasol.)<br />\nAnd here&#8217;s the true magic:<br />\nYoung Wannabe Kobe said he had something wrong with his head.<br />\nWhen the Shaqtus, or Shaq toos,<br />\n(As I was referencing myself in the thirty second person omniscient)<br />\nReached out to try and touch Kobe&#8217;s head,<br />\nKobe said, &#8220;No, I&#8217;m wearing a Moslem skull cap.&#8221;<br />\nStill, he allowed big brother’s hand to touch his head, ever so briefly,</p>\n<p>A unity of high ideals and mindsets and family.<br />\nAnd in that moment, the Shaq three twos realized that he didn&#8217;t need to tell Kobe<br />\nThat it didn&#8217;t matter that he was wearing the skull cap,<br />\n <br />\nBecause all three fundamentals<br />\n <br />\n(shooting, passing, rebounding)<br />\n <br />\nAre derived from the same creator;<br />\n <br />\nA Canadian whose family made their home in the same Hamlet as my family.<br />\nIt&#8217;s never rotten in Denmark if you&#8217;ve been marked.<br />\n<strong>Because when you&#8217;ve done enough work to ensure that the opposition will always keep a third eye on you, you&#8217;ve earned the respect of everybody that you&#8217;ve tried so hard to befriend. </strong><br />\n2/1<br />\n“Hi!</p>\n<p>Original Bad Boy on the case, cover your face</p>\n<p>Came in the place blowed, and sprayed Puffy with Mase</p>\n<p>I laced the weed with insect repellant, better check the smelly</p>\n<p>Eminem starts with E, better check the spelling</p>\n<p>With a capital, somebody grab me a Snapple</p>\n<p>I got an aspirin capsule trapped in my Adam\'s apple (hurry up!)”-Eminem<br />\nWe\'re running 3 on 5 (8) now because I\'m feeling this surreal, strong and bad<br />\nMystikal DANGER.<br />\nWATCH YOURSELF!<br />\nTotal football en espanyol.</p>\n<p>Just call me Johan Cryuff-mas, uniting with the wonderful Swiss-Miss, spliced with my<br />\nown Hugo Boss (Madrid) Rafa movement (Valencia Oranges, the cit-Russ of the Gods)<br />\n I should point out here that when we were walking to the school, I was doing a<br />\nMarvelous impression. In SPANISH.<br />\n\"El tiene la toca.\"<br />\nHE <em>HAS</em> THE TOUCH, word to the Mister Stats--an original believer in<br />\nThe Shaq three twos<br />\nAnd the mind-bending power of the backyard Carriage house and its game film and<br />\ngator Aid.  UC Davis….and Ellen Davis and Al Davis and Eric Davis and Daryl<br />\nStrawberry and mister D.J. 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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><em>by Holly MacKenzie</em><br />\nTell me this, is anyone going to grab a road win in Cleveland before the regular season ends?<br />\nHonestly, the Cavs look damn unstoppable on their homefloor. Last night was no exception as the Blazers managed to force overtime only to have LeBron claim his 7th triple-double this season and also steal back the win.<br />\nSkeets said last night, &#8220;Please stop trying to tell me LeBron James isn&#8217;t this season&#8217;s MVP. You sound like a fool.&#8221; I don&#8217;t think I can disagree with this statement.<br />\nLeBron isn&#8217;t fair. He is just that good. Too good.<br />\nHe finished with 26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists and 2 blocked shots last night.<br />\nLUUUUUUKE dunking over Ronny Turiaf really was too much for me. My heart almost jumped out of my chest because I was so surprised. Really, Luke Walton!<br />\nThe refs really let the calls go in that Lakers/Warriors game and it got kind of ugly.<br />\nIt was great to see Monta continue to work his way back and find his rhythm.<br />\nCould the Suns possibly make the playoffs? They&#8217;ve got to face Dallas once more this season and are currently 3.5 games back after the Mavs lost in ATL last night. It just doesn&#8217;t seem right to imagine the Suns watching from home.<br />\nThe Bobcats are in town tonight and I&#8217;ve got to say, I think I&#8217;m the biggest Raja Bell fan who is also a Kobe fan. Actually, I&#8217;m probably top five Raja Bell fans, family included.<br />\nQuote of the night: &#8220;His jersey is longer than his drawers&#8221; -Chris Webber on Inside, speaking on Charles Barkley&#8217;s short-shorts and long jersey combo.<br />\nCan I just say once more how much I enjoy the presence of Chris Webber on Inside, NBATV and anywhere else that he feels like showing up? He&#8217;s fantastic.<br />\nDay one of the tourney is in the books, how&#8217;d you all do? I&#8217;m sure a lot of you were here, checking in with Justin Walsh and his liveblogging, but, tell me, favorite moment of yesterday? I&#8217;ve already had a few that have killed me, seeing the guys who lose, with their face in hands, jersey pulled up to cover tears, that just rips me. In a good way though. It makes me appreciate the game so much more.<br />\nThoughts are with Coach Calhoun who, according to Charlie V&#8217;s twitter account, will be coaching today. Either way, thinking of him and wishing him health and wellness.<br />\n<strong>Cleveland 97 Portland 92 OT<br />\n </strong><br />\nAfter a disgustingly brutal first half that saw Cleveland lead, 36-34 (yes, at the half), the Blazers managed to stick with the Cavs despite being without <strong>LaMarcus Aldridge</strong> and <strong>Nicolas Batum.</strong> In the fourth, it appeared as though <strong>LeBron James</strong> would lead the Cavs to the win as he knocked down back to back shots to put his team up 86-82 with 34 seconds remaining but the craftiness of <strong>Brandon Roy</strong> drew back to back fouls on <strong>James</strong> and <strong>Roy</strong> then hit four free throws to tie the game up and force overtime. In the extra session however, the shorthanded Blazers stumbled, and went down by five before scoring their first basket of the period. By then, <strong>James</strong> had found his rhythm again and knocked down two more shots, including a beauty jump hook in the lane. Game over, Cleveland wins. <strong>Zydrunas Ilgauskas </strong>scored 21 points for the Cavs while <strong>Joe Smith</strong> and Mo Williams each added 12. The Blazers had a 24-point, 7-rebound, 7-assist night from <strong>Brandon Roy</strong>, 17 points from<strong> Travis Outlaw</strong> and a 13-point, 11-rebound double double from Joel Pryzbilla.<br />\n<strong>LA Lakers 114 Golden State 106</strong><br />\nThis was a win for the Lakers, but it was an ugly one. With LA holding onto  52-51 lead at the break, it appeared as though the game was all but over in the third quarter when the Lakers rang off a 22-6 run to take an 18-point lead. LA allowed their guard to come down and forget they were playing the pesky Warriors and before they knew what had happened, Golden State had come back and trailed by only five points in the final minutes of the game. <strong>Kelenna Azubuike</strong> helped his team in their run, connecting on a career-high five three-pointers. With the game on the line, the Lakers were just a step ahead of the Blazers as <strong>Trevor Ariza</strong> knocked down a huge three to give his team some breathing room. <strong>Kobe Bryant</strong> and <strong>Pau Gasol</strong> each scored 21 points with <strong>Gasol</strong> needing 10 less field goal attempts and also adding 14 rebounds. <strong>Lamar Odom</strong> had 16 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocked shots. <strong>Azubuike</strong> led the Warriors with 25 points and 8 rebounds as <strong>Monta Ellis</strong> added 27 points and <strong>Brandan Wright</strong> added 11 points and 10 rebounds in the loss.<br />\n<strong>Atlanta 95 Dallas 87</strong><br />\nThe Dallas Mavericks continue to lose games they need in their quest to keep a strong grip on the eighth playoff spot in the West. With the 95-87 loss to the Hawks, the Mavs keep the door cracked open for the Phoenix Suns who are now three and a half games back. With the Hawks victory, they now hold a four game lead over the Heat for homecourt advantage in the East. While the Hawks led early thanks to a second quarter that saw them outscore the Mavs 33-16, the Mavs tried their best to mount a comeback in the second half before falling short. Cutting the 17 point lead down to two at the start of the fourth quarter, the Mavs would not get any closer thanks to the solid play of <strong>Joe Johnson </strong>who finished with 24 points to lead the Hawks. <strong>Flip Murray</strong> added 19 points off of the bench, <strong>Al Horford</strong> had 13 points and 8 rebounds and <strong>Josh Smith </strong>scored 15. 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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p><a title=\"ben\" href=\"http://slamonline.com/online/category/blogs/continuing-ed-by-ben-osborne/\" target=\"_blank\">Ben</a> and I started talking about this story in 2001, after I interviewed William Paterson University coach Jose Rebimbas for a story on D3 late-bloomer (and future Detroit Piston) <a title=\"horace\" href=\"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horace_Jenkins\" target=\"_blank\">Horace Jenkins</a> — &#8220;this story&#8221; being an old-school feature on the <a title=\"box\" href=\"http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/boxscore?replayId=373\" target=\"_blank\">1989 NCAA title game</a> between Michigan and Seton Hall. Rebimbas was the 12th man on that Seton Hall team, so I knew he had stories for days about that team. It helped that this was the first NCAA final that I really paid attention to. We talked about doing the 15th anniversary story in &#8216;04, but it didn&#8217;t work out; last year, we revisited the idea, and I agreed to knock it out on the 20th anniversary.<br />\nYou can check the article in the <a title=\"127\" href=\"http://slamonline.com/online/blogs/the-links/2009/03/links-slam-127-on-sale-now/\" target=\"_blank\">current issue of SLAM</a>, but, as lack of space always makes it tough to tell a story like this in mag form, I figured I&#8217;d run more extensive interview stuff here. Ideally, for a story like this, I&#8217;d talk to three or four key players and/or coaches from each team and really be able to re-tell the game story through their memories. As it happened, I talked to three or four key guys from Seton Hall, and virtually no one from Michigan. For whatever reason, the Wolverine alumni were next-to-impossible to track down ahead of time; they did a few interviews with Ann Arbor-area media in the days leading up to <a title=\"um reunion\" href=\"http://www.mgoblue.com/basketball-m/article.aspx?id=161706\" target=\"_blank\">their reunion in January</a>, but when I tried, through numerous channels — the Michigan sports information department, individual player agents, the NBA Retired Players Association — I got a string of responses that added up to &#8220;Good luck with that.&#8221;<br />\nCoach Steve Fisher, now at San Diego State? Neither he nor anyone else at SDSU returned my emails.<br />\nStrangely, considering that they <em>lost</em> the game, the folks at Seton Hall couldn&#8217;t have been more helpful. Rebimbas was easy enough to track down — he&#8217;s still <a title=\"jose\" href=\"http://www.wpupioneers.com/staff.aspx?staff=8\" target=\"_blank\">coaching at William Paterson</a>, one of the better D3 programs in the country. I got John Morton at St. Peter&#8217;s in New Jersey, where <a title=\"morton\" href=\"http://www.spc.edu/pages/2316.asp?ssid=5046&amp;bid=3462\" target=\"_blank\">he&#8217;s an assistant coach</a>. I got Andrew Gaze in Australia, where he coaches, does TV commentary, and generally remains <a title=\"gaze\" href=\"http://www.gaze.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&amp;task=view&amp;id=5&amp;Itemid=11\" target=\"_blank\">a basketball icon</a>. I thought I had PJ Carlesimo, but as he&#8217;d recently been fired by the Thunder, my timing wasn&#8217;t great. And I actually did get Gerald Greene, sort of; by the time I found him indirectly and he got my message and called me back, it was too late to make the story.<br />\nWhy the disparity? I don&#8217;t really know, but based on my conversations with the Seton Hall guys and what I was told about the Michigan guys, it seems the Pirates got a lot more out of the loss than the Wolverines took from the win. I don&#8217;t want to oversimplify this: I know Morton, Greene and the rest of the Seton Hall kids would&#8217;ve given anything to lift that trophy 20 years ago, and I know the Rumeal Robinson, Glen Rice and Co. wouldn&#8217;t trade that success for anything. But I also know that, to a man, the Seton Hall players talked about how close that team was, and how important is was for them not to bitch and moan about the horrible <a title=\"youtube\" href=\"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vkukr6FgzpA\" target=\"_blank\">controversial call at the end</a> that helped decide the game.<br />\nOn the flip, I know what I read about most of the Michigan players barely being in touch with each other or returning to campus since they graduated, and Robinson&#8217;s seemingly bitter quotes about the Fab Five getting more attention than his title-winning squad. All of which is too bad. People should — and hopefully most do — still remember those Wolverines for how they overcame the late-season departure of coach Bill Frieder, and for how Rice&#8217;s ridiculous shooting and Robinson&#8217;s toughness and clutch FTs overcame a resilient bunch of underdogs from Seton Hall in the final.<br />\nSo, like I said, check SLAM 127 for the article, and keep reading for longer outtakes from my conversations with Seton Hall&#8217;s John Morton, Andrew Gaze and Jose Rebimbas and Michigan reserve Rob Pelinka&#8230;<br />\n***<br />\n<em><strong>John Morton</strong>, a senior guard from the Bronx, scored a game-high 35 points and keyed Seton Hall&#8217;s second-half rally in the title game. Without Morton, Michigan would&#8217;ve won going away.</em><br />\nMORTON: It was such a humble team. Basically, we were a veteran team that didn’t boast or get too excited, over-celebrating or anything. We just accepted the way things were and played to win. Our toughest competition sometimes came in practice. It was 12, 14 humble guys, including the walk-ons. I’ve never experienced another team like that in my career. It’s remarkable in today’s world, with people boasting about what they can do instead of just going out and playing. Most of the teams that came through Seton Hall were like that. There were teams in the Big East that had more flash, and then you had guys from Seton Hall who were more hard workers, more blue collar guys who came in, put their work into the game, and got the most out of it.<br />\n<em><strong></strong><strong>Jose Rebimbas</strong> hailed from nearby Newark. The stereotypical hardworking walk-on, he acted like a coach on the sidelines, a habit that predicted his future career.</em><br />\nREBIMBAS: We were extremely tight. We looked out for one another at all times. On the court, during practice,, we were at each other’s throats. We wanted playing time, we were deep at every position. Every practice was a challenge, but it was really important that whatever happened on this practice floor did not carry over. Guys had bloody noses, bruises, cuts, but everybody had that one common goal.<br />\nWe’d all heard the stereotyping: inner-city kids, can’t read, can’t write. We were so far from that stereotype. The following we had, it wasn’t just the success we had, but we were well liked in the campus community. We had a good demeanor. I’m sure if they saw us on the court during practice, they might&#8217;ve had a different opinion — we weren’t going to take anything. That toughness played a huge part in our success. Once we got on the court, we weren’t intimidated by anyone. We always felt we were the most physical and mentally toughest team in the country.<br />\nMORTON: PJ and his staff did a good job of putting kids together that didn’t worry about individual accomplishments and stuff like that. We just were a good group of kids who played hard and hung out with each other off the court. Now that I’m in coaching — and it’s <em>way</em> different now — but I think we were a different mold of team. We were old school. PJ and them did a good job of keeping us humble, and preparing us for the great run we had.<br />\nREBIMBAS: PJ was great. He never let us get too high, and he never let us get too low.<br />\nMORTON: Yeah, PJ used to scream. He&#8217;d definitely stay on me a lot — he always chose the best players on the team to ride — but he was a great guy, especially off the court. I don’t know if people know that about him. I remember times he started yelling, and we would start laughing, and he would have to laugh, too, because he knew that we knew he was full of crap.<em></em><br />\n<em>Forward <strong>Andrew Gaze </strong>had come to the attention of Carlesimo and Seton Hall assistant John Carroll a year earlier, when his Australian club team played exhibition matches against Big East schools. He was offered a scholarship and eventually joined fellow Olympian Ramon Ramos — both played for their countries in the &#8216;88 Olympics — in time for the &#8216;88-89 season.</em><br />\nGAZE: PJ is an interesting character, an amazing fella. I thought he was schizophrenic. Knowing him through the recruiting process, and then going through a situation where you actually play for him, it was like, Hold on, what’s going on here? It was completely different. I never knew a coach that could be so emotional, so into it, just riding guys, but be so caring of his players, so committed to looking after his group. Plus, he has this skill — I would die for this skill — where he just remembers <em>everyone</em>. Whether it’s the car parking attendent or the bloke selling tickets, he just remembers everyone’s name.<br />\nMORTON: It was a quiet team, but the guy who stands out was definitely Gerald Greene. He was the general — that was the nickname — and he was the mouthpiece who would get us going and keep us flowing. Pookie Wigington was a California guy who liked to talk, he&#8217;d kind of fire us up a little bit. But Gerald Greene really took control of the team after I moved to shooting guard my junior year. He would be the guy who’d really get after guys, that voice who spoke out, spoke his mind.<br />\nAnd then Jose was the greatest motivator we had for that team. A guy who put his heart into everything he did, every practice, from the walk-on position. My senior year, he grabbed me before practice <em>and</em> after practice every day to shoot. He definitely helped me. That was just the type of team we had, where Jose could get in your face and be like, &#8220;You m-fer’s!&#8221; and nobody would take offense.<br />\nBut everybody was able to fit in. I think a perfect example was Ramon Ramos, who was unable to speak a word of English when he got there from Puerto Rico — not a word — and he was accepted without a problem. And then Andrew Gaze came in senior year, and he was accepted, no question. Would it have been easy to resent him? Easy. Oh, <em>easy</em>. But he’ll tell you there was not a cent of resentment.<br />\nGAZE: In all honesty, my first impressions of the environment at Seton Hall weren&#8217;t great. The venue on campus was being refurbished, and they actually played at this rickety old ice skating rink. And if you’re familiar with the area around there, it&#8217;s not the most inviting environment. And anyway, I was more committed to playing for Australia. But John Carroll was just amazingly persistent. Plus, in Australia, it was difficult for me to play and keep up with my studies. Quite ironically, the major reason I decided to go to Seton Hall was to get through my studies.<br />\nProbably the biggest reservation I had about the whole thing was an understanding of the environment I was going into. My experience going in was pretty limited, and driving around Newark in 1986, it doesn’t get your attention for its natural environmental beauty. But once you arrive on campus, get out and walk around the school, it’s beautiful. I remember certain areas off campus, where you’d time the red light so you didn’t have to stop the car. But those initial fears were quickly spelled. You get familiar with it, get to know the guys, and it’s just like anywhere else.<br />\nI have to be honest, though: For the first two weeks, I couldn’t understand a <em>word</em> they were saying. They were talking, trying to include me, and I was like, &#8220;Mate, you’re gonna have to slow down, I can’t understand you.&#8221; But once I got familiar with the accent and the slang, I was into it.<br />\nREBIMBAS: We would be upset with Gaze when he didn’t take shots. It was like, &#8220;You’re pretty good, it’s OK for you to shoot.&#8221; He was mature as a basketball player way beyond any of us at the time, with all his international experience. He really wanted to fit in, and we wanted him to play a larger role. Because of his maturity, he was able to sort of do both. He knew the team belonged to those seniors — Ramon, Gerald, Daryll, and John. He was terrific.<br />\nGAZE: My role with the team was a lot different than it had been internationally. I was trying to be as unobtrusive as possible. I knew there were a lot of seniors on the team, and understanding seniority, I didn’t want to be too intrusive. They were very welcoming, I guess because I wasn’t going in there thinking I was the man.<br />\nMORTON: On the court, Andrew fit in perfectly with the team that we had. Andrew brought that experience of being poised, being patient, making big shots throughout the year. You had myself, basically known as a slasher up until that senior year, but we were missing that other guy from the three position who could score, and Andrew definitely opened up things for me to penetrate, and for Ramon to get the ball inside. Then it became more of a headache for opponents, because I started making threes.<br />\nGAZE: I remember reading up on the team before the season, and expectations were extremely low. Then when I arrived and had the first few informal scrimmages, I&#8217;m like, Crikey, this league must be phenomenally good! I’m looking around thinking, We’re very, <em>very</em> good. The predictions and expectations were well off the mark.<br />\nREBIMBAS: I remember playing pickup games in September, and there was a sense of quiet confidence, like, Nobody knows about us, but this is our year.<br />\nMORTON: The start of the season was pretty impressive for us. I think we won something like 13 games in a row, but it was definitely a turning point when we went to the Alaska Shootout. We beat Utah, Kentucky and Kansas all in one tournament. You lump those names up, those were some pretty dominant teams. We realized right then, we might have a chance to do something here.<br />\n<em>Seton Hall opened NCAA Tournament play with wins over Southwest Missouri State and Evansville. Then came a Sweet 16 date with Indiana. The Pirates won by 13.<br />\n </em><br />\nMORTON: Just knowing that you’re going in and facing a Bobby Knight team was kind of intimidating in and of itself. But we knew they weren’t as dominant as the old Indiana teams. We were confident enough in our defense, and we knew we could stop those guys from scoring. Defense played a big part in our games that year. Everybody just knew, Buckle down, take pride and guard your man. We had a lot of city guys — me, Gerald, Daryll Walker — and whether it was that NYC street toughness or what, we got the job done. In that game, we put the lock down early.<br />\n<em>In the Elite 8, Seton Hall beat UNLV by 23.</em><br />\nMORTON: That in itself was amazing. It was like, Now we&#8217;re dealing with the Runnin’ Rebels. You’re expecting trash talking, smackdown basketball. But it turned out we handled them pretty easily. There wasn’t much trash talking.<br />\nGAZE: Once we got to Denver for the regional, going up against schools like Indiana and UNLV, it was like, Now there’s a realistic chance we could lose. With Indiana, it&#8217;s big school, high profile, Bobby Knight, all that, but we did a number on them. We gave them a bit of a touch-up. After that game, given the way that we played, I think there was a level of confidence — expectations were pretty high. I think the margin of victory in both those games was more of a surprise to us than the actual victories.<em></em><br />\n<em>Seton Hall met Duke in the Final Four. Down 26-8 midway through the first half, they pulled a Lazarus and came back to win — by 17.</em><br />\nREBIMBAS: That game was an awakening, one of the few times we went into a game a little more confident than we should have. They came out, and Danny Ferry had an unbelievable stretch. But PJ called back-to-back timeouts, and there wasn’t a panic. We had PJ, obviously, telling us, &#8220;Hey, relax, plenty of time to come back,&#8221; and we had vocal leaders like Daryll Walker and Gerald Greene, who refused to let the situation get any worse. There was this sense of, OK, we got knocked down, we’ve been here before, and now we’re back up again. This is our time. We felt every game we went into, at some point, we’d be able to physically and mentally wear down our opponent.<br />\nGAZE: Most people thought we’d overachieved to get this far. Then against Duke, we were dead and buried. We started the game and it was deer in the headlights. But Gerald Greene was the pivitol factor. When we were down and out, he really led from the front, had an outstanding game. That was one of the more remarkable wins of the whole season.<br />\nMORTON: The only thing I remember about that game, the turning point came when <em>they</em> started talking trash — the trash talking we thought would come from UNLV came from some of the Duke players. You got a couple city kids down, you should’ve let them lay. But that woke us up. Gerald Greene kept us in the first half, and in the second half we just came out with a mentality, like, Let’s punch them in the mouth. New York City players are used to talking trash, and here you are beating us down — let us go down quietly, don’t try to boast about it. We were quiet and humble, but we don’t take that.<br />\nREBIMBAS: You know, we all do superstitious things. Once we went down big to Duke, I’m like, What are we gonna do? What’s <em>my</em> contribution? I always sat next to PJ, so decided I’m gonna go to the far end of the bench, cheer us on, start coaching from down here. I stood up the whole time, and obviously we came back and won. So I stood up the whole game in the final, too. I actually had an AP photographer tell me he had a lot of good pictures of me — they were all of my ass.<br />\n<em>The title game featured a pair of No. 3 seeds, neither of whom had ever cut down the nets. It was also the first NCAA final in 26 years to go to overtime.</em><br />\nGAZE: We were just riding the wave. I think there was an element of shock about it all — here we are, actually in the final. No one had even <em>heard</em> of Seton Hall. The amount of people that came up to us and had no idea of where the school was — because of that, we got the benefit of being that Cinderella story. We got the support of a lot of people because of that.<br />\nWe went into that game reasonably confident — on the back of beating Duke, UNLV and Indiana, you start thinking to yourself, Why not? In hindsight, one of the great advantages we had was being away from campus so long, we didn’t get caught up in the hype of it all [<em>playing in the West Regional, the Pirates spent three weeks out West, going from Tucson to Denver, then staying in L.A. before heading to Seattle for the Final Four.</em>] Being on the other side of the country, we didn&#8217;t get caught up in the backslapping and hoopla that goes on. Plus, being in L.A., staying in Santa Monica, the weather was great. Being from Australia, snow was something very foreign to me, and the cold of a New Jersey winter took a little bit of getting used to. But that was just PJ&#8217;s approach, the way he ran the team, keeping us level-headed and shielding us from all the carrying on.<br />\nMORTON: We knew we had a challenge. Looking back at that team, they had six, seven NBA players. You have to start with Glen Rice, who had a great tournament overall, shooting the daylights out of the ball. Then you had Rumeal Robinson, built like a running back playing point guard. But Glen Rice was the man on that team. You had those big guys, [Loy] Vaught and [Terry] Mills, setting screens and getting him open. <em>They</em> knew Glen Rice was the man, and every thing else would trickle down. You have to be impressed with the way that team stuck together after the coaching change.<br />\n<em><strong>Rob Pelinka</strong>, now an NBA player agent who reps stars like Kobe Bryant and Carlos Boozer, was a freshman reserve for the &#8216;89 Wolverines.</em><br />\nPELINKA: Glen was the clear leader of that team. He was really tough and always worked really hard — and, obviously, he had an unbelievable stroke.<br />\nGAZE: It was a tough game for me. I’d come off a pretty decent run of games, and then I had the unenviable task of trying to get at Glen Rice for most of the game. I think I did a spectacular job of holding him to 30-something (<em>laughs</em>)<br />\nMORTON: I think my first half was pretty decent, but I missed some shots. I had maybe three games my senior year where struggled in first half but came out in a zone in the second half. But not like at that stage.<br />\nGAZE: Offensively, I wasn&#8217;t particularly involved, didn’t get too many good looks. But John Morton had one amazing game. He was on fire, took charge in the crisis. We did a good job identifying when John was on, and he delivered in spades. He had an incredible season, and an even more amazing game.<br />\nMORTON: An overtime game that came down to foul shots. How much more exciting can that be?<br />\nREBIMBAS: We heard the whistle, and it was hard to tell. We really weren&#8217;t sure what happened. Being in the coaching profession now, you always want players to decide the outcome. We had the opportunity to do that earlier in overtime. I have not watched the play. I watch the game until that point, and then I just shut it off. I figure one day I’ll sit down and see what really happened.<br />\nGAZE: It was an unfortunate situation for them to win with a dubious call.<br />\nMORTON: It took me probably 10 years before I watched the game — and another two or three before I could watch the end of it. Now when it comes on, everyone always calls up, &#8220;Hey, the game’s on.&#8221; I’m not turning it on, though. I have it on DVD.<br />\nI actually got a chance to play with Glen in Miami. He admitted there was no foul on the last play (<em>laughs</em>). I felt good about that. He finally admitted, &#8220;Yeah, we got lucky there.&#8221;<br />\nREBIMBAS: Obviously looking back, it was a great disappointment not to have been able to finish off what we started. But to sit back and watch one of the most incredible displays of scoring by John Morton, and then on the other side to watch Andrew Gaze sacrifice his offensive output to defend clearly the most outstanding player in the tournament in Glen Rice, those two things were pretty special.<br />\nGAZE: I learned a lot from the reaction of the team following the loss. People could be very bitter, point a finger, up in arms about a dubious call, but in all honesty, the way that PJ handled that situation, and the school and everyone involved, it was just incredible class. In PJ’s postgame speech, never was that call highlighted. I think that takes tremendous class and courage. That’s one of the things I’m most proud of being involved with that team.<br />\nREBIMBAS: On the court, after the loss, we sort of huddled one last time as a group, and we knew that was the last time that group of guys was going to huddle up that way. We just had Pookie and Gerald speak and say, &#8220;We did a great job, remember that, it was awesome, we love you.&#8221; I think once we left the floor, we left the game behind us. We sort of said, &#8220;We had our chance, it wasn’t meant to be.&#8221; I think for us to come out of that huddle and complain about a particular play or call would’ve defeated that specific moment, which was, let’s remember that we got here. PJ never came in and said anything. It was something that was understood. All year long, we never made any excuses. It was who we were.<br />\nMORTON: PJ always spoke to us about carrying ourselves correctly off the court. I think we did a good job of not blasting the refs in the papers or anything. We were definitely upset and angry, but at the same time, it was a blessing to have played in that game, it was a great feat. We took these guys to the brink of winning the national championship. So it felt great in that sense — along with the anger of how the game was decided. Then we got back to New Jersey and we had one of the biggest parades ever in South Orange. The next day, you weren&#8217;t sure that we lost. (<em>laughs</em>) People in New Jersey really did a great job bringing us home in style and making us forget we lost that game, that we were still champions in their mind. That felt pretty great.<br />\nREBIMBAS: We get on a plane, traveling home from the West Coast, feeling disappointed for our fans who had made the trip. We almost felt guilty, heads down at times. But man, when we walked through that corridor at the airport and had the opportunity to see people cheering for us, then to be escorted by state police, then get back on campus — we were just dumbfounded. There were thousands and thousands of people. We were just stunned. We had a pep rally, we had a parade — for like a two-week period, it seemed like the world had stopped to honor us. And we soaked up every minute of it.<br />\nMORTON: Back in those days, you didn’t really think about getting to the Final Four. It was rough going my first two years at Seton Hall, and we were just happy making it to the to the NCAAs my junior year. But I think that was a turning point, and a great experience. We wanted to get back to the NCAAs, but we didn’t really expect to get to the Final Four. 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  • user warning: Table './colleg11_drupal57/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>Photo by Atiba Jefferson<br />\n Originally published in SLAM 76<br />\nKenyon Martin has been known to tear down rims. Granted, in recent years, this trend has decreased in frequency. But in the pre-microfracture surgery early years of the decade helping the Nets reach the Finals with his play on both ends of the court, the former Bearcat was a real force. — <em>Adam Fleischer</em></p>\n<p> <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://digg.com/submit?phase=2&amp;url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Frimwrecker%2F&amp;title=Rimwrecker\" title=\"Digg\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://del.icio.us/post?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Frimwrecker%2F&amp;title=Rimwrecker\" title=\"del.icio.us\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Frimwrecker%2F&amp;t=Rimwrecker\" title=\"Facebook\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.google.com/bookmarks/mark?op=edit&amp;bkmk=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Frimwrecker%2F&amp;title=Rimwrecker\" title=\"Google\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://www.stumbleupon.com/submit?url=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Frimwrecker%2F&amp;title=Rimwrecker\" title=\"StumbleUpon\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://twitter.com/home?status=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Frimwrecker%2F\" title=\"TwitThis\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"http://buzz.yahoo.com/submit/?submitUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fslamonline.com%2Fonline%2Fnba%2F2009%2F03%2Frimwrecker%2F&amp;submitHeadline=Rimwrecker&amp;submitSummary=When%20KMart%20was%20tearing%20it%20up%20for%20the%20Nets.&amp;submitCategory=science&amp;submitAssetType=text\" title=\"Yahoo! Buzz\"></a><br />\n <a rel=\"nofollow\" href=\"window.print();\" title=\"Print this article!\"></a></p>\n', created = 1397761170, expire = 1397847570, headers = '' WHERE cid = '1:31c2bf3deef611ec2b863243d8827bcc' in /home/colleg11/drupal/public_html/5.10/includes/database.mysql.inc on line 174.
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Cavs Keep Setting Records

Still, they have bigger goals: “Sunday night, the Cavaliers cut down the New Jersey Nets 96-88 at the Izod Center to tie the franchise record for most wins in a season held by the 1988-89 and 1991-92 teams that featured Mark Price, Brad Daugherty, Larry Nance and John ”Hot Rod” Williams. On the same night, one of Williams’ records fell as center Zydrunas Ilgauskas, fresh from reaching his 10,000th point Saturday afternoon against the Atlanta Hawks, broke the former Cav’s record for blocked shots at 1:33 in the second quarter, when he slapped his third on a reverse layup by the Nets’ Jarvis Hayes. Ilgauskas finished with four and holds the mark with 1,202. ‘When you’re on a bad team, you can’t enjoy it as much,’ he said of both marks. ‘So far, it’s been a special season and a lot of records have fallen. It means really nothing if you don’t win a championship.””








LeBron on Playing Alongside D-Wade

by Marcel Mutoni
No one enjoys discussing the summer of 2010 more than its biggest fish: LeBron James. He revels in the added attention it brings him, and loves messing with the press about it.
In town to play against the Nets, James was at it again. The AP reports:
James raised the possibility Sunday of the MVP candidates playing together somewhere after he was asked a question about the friendly rivalry between the U.S. Olympic teammates.
James was asked if he’d prefer they both stay in the same conference, so they could play against each other more often, or end up in different conferences, so they could compete against each other for championships.
“I don’t know, it doesn’t matter,” James said before the Cavaliers’ game against the Nets. “Whatever happens, we’ll go against each other, and maybe we’ll go against each other in practice. I don’t know, that’d be fun, wouldn’t it?”

James, of course, was just kidding around and proving yet again just how pointless this type of speculation is. Which, naturally, will only make things worse going forward. Nice.








Jarrett Jack vs TJ Ford

The two Pacers got into it on Friday night during a game, but according to Jack, it’s now water under the bridge: “Jack said his public argument with Ford on Friday was a “heat of the moment” incident and both players have put it behind them. Jack and Ford got into an argument on the court midway through the third quarter against the Dallas Mavericks. The heated conversation carried over to the sideline and Jack, who had to be calmed down by several of his teammates, eventually was sent to the locker room by O’Brien for the rest of the game. ‘Things happen,’ Jack said. ‘I don’t think it’s to the point where it’s uncomfortable or anything. We talked (after the game Friday) about general stuff. The reason I got sent to the locker room had nothing to do with me and T.J. It was two separate things.’”








Shaq’s Twitter Plan Foiled

His coach, to O’Neal’s endless dissapointment, knew (and didn’t care) that he was going to Tweet at halftime against the Wizards: “And sure enough, a brief message was posted on Shaq’s feed before the third quarter. ‘Shhhhhhh,’ it read. It was the same message O’Neal delivered when asked about his Twitter plans before the game. When told Phoenix coach Alvin Gentry already knew about it, O’Neal bent over, leaned against the locker-room wall and groaned loudly, saying his plans were blown. ‘I was going to do it and not get in trouble, then brag about not getting in trouble,’ O’Neal said. Gentry, when asked about O’Neal’s plans before the game, said he didn’t care. ‘As long as he gets 25 (points) and 11 (rebounds), he can do whatever he wants. He can Twitter, Facebook, MySpace,’ said Gentry, who also has a Twitter account set up by his daughter.”








A New GM for the Clippers?

by Marcel Mutoni
Mike Dunleavy’s reign of ineptitude could soon be coming to an end. Some of it, anyway.
Word on the street is that Donald Sterling is looking to bring in a real GM for his bumbling franchise, and one of the guys reportedly being considered has a long history with the area.
From the Boston Globe:
Several NBA sources said the Clippers are quietly considering relieving coach/general manager Mike Dunleavy of his GM duties and bringing in someone else. Rumored candidates include former Heat GM Randy Pfund, a former Lakers coach, and ex-Lakers and Grizzlies GM and Hall of Famer Jerry West.

Jerry West is seemingly only interested in joining terrible franchises at this point in his life. Hey, to each his own, right?
Because of his contract - and also because Clipper fans have apparently not suffered enough - Dunleavy isn’t expected to lose his coaching gig for at least another season.








When Will Popovich Let Ginobili Play?

Manu hopes it’s sooner rather than later: “The war of wills has begun. Spurs guard Manu Ginobili, 37 days removed from his last game action, said before Friday’s game against the Boston Celtics that he has begun to pester coach Gregg Popovich to get back on the court. With an eye on the playoffs, Popovich continues to turn a deaf ear to Ginobili’s entreaties. ‘I’m already asking for permission to do more,’ said Ginobili, who was diagnosed with a stress reaction in his right distal fibula after the NBA All-Star break. “But you know how it works.’”








Original Old School: Rebels Without a Pause

Time has the tendency to fly by. If your eyes stutter-step, you miss a day. Fall asleep, you miss a month. Get caught up in work, you miss a year. This point was hammered home today, when we—Ben really—came to the realization that it has been just about 20 years since the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels ruled the world, and were owners of an NCAA Championship. That means it’s been 20 years since Larry “Grandmama” Johnson, Greg “The Mouth” Anthony and Stacey “Plastic Man” Augmon held court on the Strip like it was never held before and hasn’t been since. It being March, and our memories needing some jogging, we decided to un-archive this classic from SLAM 50. Let your eyes do the walking. —Tzvi Twersky
by Michael McNulty
Because a passion for basketball flows through his veins, Anderson Hunt boards a plane destined for Saudi Arabia. Somewhere out in the vast desert a franchise posted a sign: Guard Needed. Hooping for a living beats punching a clock, so he deals with the long, grueling flight to a foreign land. And like many of us, he’ll use relaxation techniques to combat a nerve-racking take-off, turbulence and boredom.
No worries. Hunt has his routine down cold. As the immense bird lifts off Detroit soil, he shuts his eyes, leans back in his coach seat and thinks about his younger glory days playing in a desert closer to home—a place from which Hunt’s UNLV crew once ruled college basketball like the mob once ruled Las Vegas.
The Runnin’ Rebels didn’t just beat teams 11 seasons ago. They annihilated opponents with a flurry of athletic talent and sheer intensity. Forget the work-it-around-the-perimeter-and-wait-for-a-good-shot mentality. Booooring. It never would have played in a town that allows slot machines in the john. This team had things to do after the game. Parties to attend. People to see. They wanted to outshoot you, outhustle you, outbreak you and—most importantly—outscore you. The ’89-90 team averaged 93.5 points per game—including 16 games of 100 points or more—while holding opponents to 78.5.
Bordering the infamous Strip, which was less Disney-fied in those days, the University of Nevada-Las Vegas had the perfect attitude to represent its gun-slinging city: flashy, gaudy, high-rolling, glittering, over-the-top basketball. The season started with a win over Loyola Marymount and culminated in Denver with a 103-73 demolition of mighty Duke in the ’90 Championship—the biggest margin of victory in an NCAA title game and quite possibly the most embarrassing loss in Blue Devils history.
The architect behind the delicious madness was Jerry Tarkanian, who—regardless of what you think of him—deserves props for molding a band of recruits from across the country into one of sport’s greatest shows. Forget Wayne Newton or Ol’ Blue Eyes. When the Rebs dazzled the Thomas & Mack Center with their five-man medley, it was the toughest ticket around. This UNLV squad was the original bling-bling team. It showed us winning needn’t be conservative, that it can be fast and furious, sizzling and soulful. And it all began with the man they call Tark.
Depending on who you ask, Tark the Shark is either Tony Soprano, Father Flannigan, or a combination of the two. The king of second chances, he simply can’t turn away a hard-luck case—at least, not one with All-American talent. Still, he probably never received enough credit for winning a startling 83 percent of his games while at Vegas. While Bobby “Bail Bondsman” Bowden is a mythic figure and Bobby Knight’s supporters idolize the General like an actual war hero, the man with sleepy eyes never receives his full coaching due.
You might argue the backup waterboy could have coached three future NBA top-12 picks (Larry Johnson, Stacey Augmon and Greg Anthony) to a ring in ’90. Two quick counterpoints. One, have you heard of Michigan’s Fab Five? No ring there. Two, such a comment underestimates Tark’s ability to trust his players and delegate power.
With his familiar moist towel clamped between his teeth, he engineered the Runnin’ Rebs’ 35-5 blitzkrieg through college hoops.
“It started with our general, who was Coach Tarkanian,” says Johnson, the Knick forward who was a junior during in ’89-90. “The way he coached, and his coaching staff, made us what we were. He brought out the best in everybody. He was an excellent player’s coach. Everybody loved him and we were all a team, we were all like brothers.”
Some teams are tight. Some are close. But UNLV enjoyed a bond that never frayed. Every guy interviewed for this story made a family reference when discussing the ’89-90 squad. One big fraternity. Brothers. The fellas. Even the coach couldn’t resist drawing the same analogy.
“That was a great group of guys, a close-knit family,” Tarkanian says from his office at Fresno State. “Greg Anthony was our spokesperson, Larry Johnson outworked everybody in practice and Stacey Augmon was as tough as nails.”
Another key to success: Know your roles. Four guys can’t drop a triple-double every night. Despite its surplus of talented individuals, UNLV perfected the art of suppressing ego and avoiding jealousy.
“We had the type of players who understood the value of being unselfish and the value of just winning,” Johnson says. “We were all pulling for each other. It was a unique opportunity where everyone is on the same page as far as trying to do the right thing, trying not to be selfish, trying to make the right play at all times.”
Where did the stress-free environment originate? Was it luck? Did the five starters—as well as sixth-man specialist Moses Scurry, who was imported from St. John’s—just happen to mesh?
“It was instilled by the coaches,” says Augmon, like Anthony a member of the Portland Trail Blazers. “The games were easier than the practices. For two hours, we drilled. We worked harder than anybody else.”
Augmon, who played high school ball in Pasadena, CA, jokes he may not have attended UNLV if he knew practices would be sweaty, disciplined workouts. But intense practices may have been UNLV’s brilliant secret. While its exterior sparkled with Vegas hype, the team’s interior was comprised of fierce loyalty, a Puritan work ethic and a coaching staff that knew how to extract the most production from each individual. That’s where assistant coach Tim Grgurich emerged as a vital figure in the team’s success. Without him, the Rebels lose their structure.
“Coach Grgurich held us all together,” says Hunt, who started in the backcourt with Anthony. “During timeouts, people would come, sit down, and look at Coach Grgurich. Coach Tarkanian was more of the media guy. As far as keeping us out of trouble, it was Coach Grgurich.”
You want trouble? Walk 100 yards from the Vegas campus and you’ve entered the mecca of mischief. Gambling. Liquor. Drugs. Prostitution. All on one five-mile stretch of pavement. Average college dudes have enough problems avoiding vice in sleepy university towns. Try and imagine how a 20-something male—particularly a star athlete—avoids the Strip’s allure.
Says Hunt: “I only have one regret. It wasn’t a Chapel Hill or a Bloomington or an Ann Arbor. There was a lot of temptation. Las Vegas is not a college town. That’s what I really missed.”
If Grgurich was the one steering the Rebs clear of trouble off the court, he was also the one providing much of the leadership on it. According to Hunt, Grgurich (now a Trail Blazers assistant who doesn’t speak to the media) was the hands-on micro-manager. Tarkanian was the macro-manager, concerning himself with the big picture.
“He was an X’s and O’s guy strictly on defense,” Johnson says of Tark. “On offense he let your natural talent take over.”
Tarkanian’s genius was in dealing with relationships. The guy is revered by his players, and it’s pretty much impossible to find an ex-player who badmouths Tark. The reason seems logical: He’s a father figure. He understands where these kids come from, what situations they faced before arriving in his locker room. From there, he gives them a lifetime supply of second chances. And love.
“He was more than just a coach on the floor. He was a guy you could talk to,” Johnson says. “Not only the number one [guy] but the two, three, four, five guys. Anybody on our team could go and talk to Coach Tarkanian. That was the unique thing about it.”
Tark also dispensed confidence. For instance, he took a timid Stacey Augmon and helped shape him into a force. Known as Plastic Man for his elastic abilities, Augmon arrived at UNLV apprehensive.
“He’s really a personal guy, he’s a motivational guy,” Augmon says. “He makes you believe in yourself. He would say, ‘Stacey, you’re a scorer, you can do it.’ I didn’t believe it at first. But he cares a lot about us.”
Tark also got his team to believe a championship was a realistic goal. “We thought we had as good a chance as anybody,” he says. Don’t let that ho-hum attitude fool you. Behind closed doors, he outlined a title route a year in advance.
Tark knew his team’s motivation to get to Denver started in Denver. In the spring of ’89, UNLV played P.J. Carlesimo’s Seton Hall Pirates at McNichols Arena in the Mile High City. The winner earned a trip to the Final Four in Seattle. Despite the presence of LJ, Augmon, Hunt and Anthony, the Rebs were beaten soundly. Tark told his players to use the loss for motivation. Hunt recalls leaving Denver with the attitude of: “We’ll be back in one year.”
Entering the fall of ’89, Tark looked for the right combinations. He let Anthony, who went around telling people he was a young Republican, handle the ball and run his mouth from tip-off until the final horn. And nobody talked more than Greg Anthony. “After he broke his jaw, he still led the team in technicals,” Hunt laughs. “That was after he got his jaw wired up.”
Meanwhile, LJ spoke more with his team-leading 20.6 points and 11.4 rebounds a game. Though still a starter for the Knicks, Johnson finds himself on the downslope of a long NBA career. Winning a pro ring may never happen. But one thing is certain. Larry Johnson has always kept himself in phenomenal shape—just like at UNLV.
“Before the season started, we were playing a pickup game,” Hunt recalls. “Me and Larry were on different teams. I went up for a rebound, and I thought I had it, but he came right over me and bumped me out of the way. My shoulder hurt for two weeks after that. He was one of those guys where his body is like four percent body fat. It’s cut up. It’s like a Greek god.”
Assisting Johnson was the cagey Augmon, who averaged 14.2 points and 6.9 boards. In addition, an unheralded individual on the title team was David Butler, a 6-10 senior center who, last anyone heard, was playing ball in Cyprus. Butler’s 15.8 points and 7.4 boards were crucial. Meanwhile, Hunt became the Rebels’ second-leading scorer thanks to his speed on the break and silky three-point stroke.
That left Moses Scurry to come off the bench. Despite his omnipresent smile, Scurry was a bulky 6-7 Brooklyn senior who intimidated opponents with nasty shoulders and quick hands. He spelled Butler, Johnson or Augmon and became a solid college player. After going out on top, he never made it in the pros and now works at the Hard Rock Cafe in Vegas. Although he looks back on the season fondly, but says if he had to do it all over again, he never would have left St. John’s.
“I would have been better off as far as longevity and playing time—and self-confidence,” he says now. But that doesn’t mean Scurry doesn’t have warm memories of his time with Tark. “I think about it almost every day,” he admits.
Out of the 40 games they played that season, the ’89-90 Runnin’ Rebels suffered just five losses: to Kansas in the preseason NIT on a neutral court in New York; and to Oklahoma, New Mexico State, LSU, and UC Santa Barbara, all on the road. On the surface, that final defeat looks like bad. But the Gauchos qualified for the NCAA tournament and almost pulled off another regular-season upset of the Rebels when they lost by only two points in Vegas.
It wasn’t the only close call. Despite winning 21 of 22 to finish out the season, the Rebs nearly dribbled the title off their foot with an aorta-gouging 69-67 squeaker over Ball State in the NCAA regional semifinals. Call it an aberration, because UNLV then went on to beat Loyola—which had ridden the emotion of Hank Gathers’ memory all the way to the Elite Eight—131-101 only two days later to earn a Final Four spot.
Finally, it was back to Denver, where the championship seed had been planted a year earlier. The Final Four was played in the cozy confines of 17,000-seat McNichols Arena, a bi-level gym built in the ’70s. Despite excellent sight lines, the antiquated building has since been razed—which is exactly what UNLV did to Kenny Anderson and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the semifinals. After a 90-81 run-you-off-the-floor win over Bobby Cremins’s Ramblin’ Wreck, the Blue Devils got next in the Championship Game.
Perhaps using the word “racist” is overly harsh, but there were obvious stereotypes heading into the finals. Duke, which played Bobby Hurley (a total non-factor against the Rebs because of a stomach virus) at point and Christian Laettner in the frontcourt, was a school known for its scholarly background, discipline and upper-crust breeding. UNLV was perceived as the exact opposite. The athletes didn’t care about attending class, right? The Strip and all its evil permeated the entire program. Coach K stood for truth, justice and the American way. Coach Tark was the Vegas rogue who overlooked NCAA rules.
“When they compared us to Duke, we were the bad boys,” Scurry says. “But at the same time, we were people too.”
The preppy academics from the white-collar, high-minded East Coast institution were royal flushed, 103-73, by their slick, high-flying Vegas opponents. Most games contain ebbs and flows, or at least a handful of key moments and squandered opportunities that define the contest, but not this one. UNLV treated Duke like an annoying fly buzzing around the kitchen table. It nonchalantly rolled up the nearest section of newspaper, took aim and swatted the pest with a quick, precise stroke. Splat! Up 57-47 early in the second half, the desert posse cashed in its chips for an 18-0 run over a 2:51 span. Hunt scored 12 during that streak and finished with 29 and the MVP trophy. Duke limped back to Tobacco Road to regroup.
“That’s the best any team has played against us—ever,” Coach K said to reporters following the game. But ask the Rebs about that magical night, and they have trouble explaining it.
Says Tark: “Everything went right.” Hunt says: “I thought we were going to win, but to be truthful I didn’t think we were going to beat them by 30.” And Augmon: “We really surprised ourselves. It was one of those days when everything fell.”
One year later, UNLV could have used another one of those magical days. Following the elation of the championship in Denver, the Rebels didn’t lose a game until the ’91 Final Four. Then, despite having the nucleus back and Tark saying it was “our best team,” the Rebels were ambushed by Duke, which avenged their 30-point Denver debacle. No repeat for a team certain to repeat.
But they’ll always have ’90. They always have the night when all was right. And you know what’s ironic? A guy like Anderson Hunt, who flies all over the globe looking for a game to play, doesn’t miss wearing a UNLV jersey as much as the camaraderie.
“Road trips, going to parties, having fun with all the fellas, going bowling,” Hunt says, listing the memories. “You can’t get your college years back, but you never forget.”








Wachovia Center, Day 3

by Aaron Kaplowitz
Playing at their home away from home, the Villanova Wildcats treated their fans to an impressive 89-69 victory over UCLA to advance to the Sweet 16, ending Darren Collison, Josh Shipp and Alfred Aboya’s run as the winningest class in UCLA history.
In case you missed the game, that stats tell enough of the story:
- Villanova attempted 20 more field goals than UCLA.
- Villanova grabbed 16 offensive rebounds.
- UCLA turned the ball over 20 times.
- Even Collison, the nation’s most accurate free throw shooter missed three free throws. He missed only 10 all year.
- Villanova scored 46 points in the paint.
“Tonight we definitely played 40 minutes of Villanova basketball,” Dante Cunningham said.
If Villanova continues to play its brand of basketball, the Sweet 16 will just be another step along the way. The Wildcats dominated in the paint, set the tone on the glass and punished the Bruins for their mistakes.
If the game had to be summed up by one play, it would be Dwayne Anderson’s all-out defensive effort with 4:43 to play. Collison hauled in a rebound and got out on the break. He neared the Villanova three-point line when Anderson, sprinting from behind, dove head-first at the ball and knocked it out of Collison’s hand. Villanova was leading by 22 at that point.
“I’m disappointed that this is our last game of the year,” said UCLA coach Ben Howland. “It’s not the way we would like to have gone out.”
Following the UCLA game, the University of Connecticut welcomed head coach Jim Calhoun back from the hospital with a convincing 92-66 win over Texas A&M. A.J. Price and Jeff Adrien combined for 50 points to lead the Huskies who appear to be peaking at just the right time.
“For anyone to question our No. 1 seed, I think we answered those questions by playing hard and showing people that we can beat good teams,” Price said. “It wasn’t our goal to come in and try to blow teams out or show anybody up. We just wanted to come out and play as best as we could play, and we’ve done that these first two games.”
The way UConn took care of business in Philly, the team should like its chances next week against Purdue.
Day 3 over. Next stop: Boston.
NOTES:
– American University gave Villanova a necessary wakeup call. The urgency with which the Wildcats played last year as the underdog returned to Jay Wright’s squad on Saturday.
– Collison is one of the country’s top defenders. He moves his feet well and has great instincts. With his reliable ball-handling skills his basketball career in America is far from over. He’s also a capable scorer.
– ‘Nova sixth man Corey Fisher hit three incredibly difficult, contact-filled layups. His contributions off the bench may determine how far the Wildcats go.
– UCLA take note: You’re not going to win many games in which you give up 89 points.
– I’m happy for Jason Colenda. During last year’s Tourney I wrote an article for USA Today about end-of-the-bench players at top schools. I asked Colenda why he chose to walk on to the Villanova team when he probably could have starred at a mid-major. He told me: “I know if I made different choices, I could be in other places, maybe having my shining moment, having my name on ESPN. But it’s not about that for me. I love it, because I got a great group of guys who care about each other. That’s as gratifying, having that team connection, as getting the opportunity to hit the shot of a lifetime.” With under 30 seconds to play, he hit two free throws – his first points in a Villanova uniform – to hit the shots of a lifetime.
– Stanley Robinson has serious hops. His ability to play above the rim must be a serious distraction to the Huskies’ opponents.
– It’s scary to think how good Connecticut would be with Jerome Dyson. His teammates estimated that with him in the lineup, they probably would have posted more than 130 points against Chattanooga. Jerome, thanks for keeping the playing field more level.
– Before entering the court, Connecticut’s pre-game ritual is awesome. They huddle around Jeff Adrien who riles them up by slapping at a basketball and conducting repetitive whoops, screams and chants. They finish in unison with “Husk-iiiiiies!” On his approach to the ritual, Adrien, the team’s most boisterous personality, explained that he just makes a lot of noises that you would otherwise not know existed.
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History on 34th Street

by Franklyn Calle
The stage was set for another historic moment at the World’s Most Famous Arena. Madison Square Garden was about to witness once again another historic basketball moment right in its own wooden floor. This time it was a high school basketball historic championship up for grabs. All the hype that started in the Brooklyn streets when Lance Stephenson was in the 7th grade came down to this game. It seems like it was only yesterday when Stephenson aka “Born Ready” exploded into the national scene in July 2005 after he gave the best high school basketball player in America at the time, OJ Mayo, all he can handle at the Reebok ABCD camp. That match-up will go down as one of the greatest moments in ABCD Camp history. Born Ready caught Mayo off guard at the start the game and was scoring from the perimeter as well as in the paint. He was making Mayo look bad to the point that OJ decided to make the game into a one-on-one match instead of a five-on-five. Oh by the way, Lance had just finished the 8th grade at the time while Mayo was about to enter his junior year in high school. It seemed as if the game was being played in Coney Island instead of at the Farleigh Dickinson University campus in Teaneck, New Jersey by the amount of people cheering Stephenson on. But somewhere in the middle of that epic match-up, Mayo turned into a monster and finished off the game on fire. I remember that on a couple of possessions, Mayo holding the ball would tell Lance to step-up and play defense more closer only to dribble a couple of times and score right on him. When it was all over, Stephenson finished with 16 points while Mayo scored 21. But the stat sheet didn’t quite explain what had taken place. At the time, no one had ever really challenged Mayo during his first two years of high school. Then all of the sudden an eighth grader comes in and plays at the same level as him. Both players shook hands afterwards with Mayo just relieved that he was able to finish the game strong while Lance seemed have a bit of bad taste in his mouth knowing that he was so close from out-shining and exposing the best high school baller in America. But in reality Stephenson had gained the attention and respect from Mayo himself, who called the Brooklyn native “real”, as well as from the national media, scouting services, and college coaches. Two months later, Stephenson was getting ready to start his high school career at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School. After the first three days of school, Born Ready transferred out the Fort Greene school and enrolled into Abraham Lincoln High School located in his own neighborhood, Coney Island. What would transcribe over the next three and a half year would go down as history in the New York City high school basketball world.
So here we are three and a half years later. Stephenson playing at the “Mecca of Basketball” was looking to win his fourth straight PSAL (Public School Athletic League) championship and become the first player to do so. So you know Slam had to be in the building to witness the historic accomplishment.
As the players took the floor for warm-ups, you could tell that Lance was in his own capsule. He jogged on the lay-up line so calm as if he was playing at The Garden floor for the 200th time, not his 4th. He showed no emotion, very quiet. He was alone shooting jumpers on the right wing across from the visitors’ bench for a while. One thing I took notice was that while his Lincoln team was sporting Under Armour and Adidas sneakers, he was the only player wearing Nike (That’s right Lance still loves his Nikes despite being left out of the Jordan Brand Classic). He was wearing the black/white/blue Nike Zoom LeBron VI to be exact. Now could it be that he wearing Nike for the championship game was a sign or hint as to what school he will be committing to in ten days?…Just for the record his three finalists are St. John’s-a Nike school, Kansas-a Adidas school, and Maryland- a Under Armour school… Well I guess we shall find that out in ten days if the sneakers had anything to do with where he might be leaning towards. But to be fair, I should note that he has been wearing Nike for most of the season.
So the ref blows the whistle and the game starts. We all knew that Lance was going to start the game strong as he was looking to surpass Sebastian Telfair’s (Minnesota Timberwolves) three PSAL titles after already breaking his scoring record last month to become New York State’s new all-time leading scorer. In the first 2:32 of the game, Stephenson scored six of his team’s first eight points through a jumper with a hand on his face, a fast break lay-up after stealing the ball, and a put back on a miss free throw, to give Lincoln an 8-2 lead over JFK from the Bronx. Later in the quarter, Stephenson would go all the way to the hole from the top of the key, blazing by three defenders for a lay-up. On the next possession, Born Ready hit nothing but net on a three point field goal. A minute and a half later with 26 seconds to play, Stephenson hit another three to give Lincoln a 21-12 lead and finish the quarter on an 8-0 run, with six of them from Stephenson.
After one quarter of play, Stephenson already had 14 points and 4 rebounds while shooting 6 for 8 from the field and 2 for 2 from behind the perimeter. Maryland-bound center James Padgett scored 5 points and grabbed five boards.
Within the first minute and twenty seconds of the second quarter, Lance stole the ball and flashed up the court for a coast to coast lay-up. But those would be his only points of the quarter as he picked up his third foul at about the halfway mark of the quarter and sat out the rest of the way. That is when the 6-8 senior Padgett stepped up and made sure that the Knights didn’t get comfortable even though Stephenson was on the bench. He dominated the boards as well as in the paint, scoring 8 points in the second quarter to give the Lincoln Railsplitters a 41-32 lead heading into the locker rooms at halftime.
For Lincoln, Stephenson led with the way with 16 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 steals while Padgett had 13 points and 9 rebounds while shooting a perfect 5 for 5 from the field.
For JFK, junior guard Naquan Pierce led the team in scoring with 12 points.
Stephenson was back on the floor for the start of the third quarter in which Lincoln was able to deliver the knockout punch. The 6-5 shooting guard scored four points in the quarter on a put back and two free throws but it was the role player that were able to expand the lead to 15 by the end of the quarter. Guards Darwin “Buddha” Ellis, a senior who is headed to St. Francis College, and Shaquille Stokes, a sophomore who transferred from national powerhouse St. Patrick’s in Elizabeth, New Jersey, both stepped up on both ends of the floor. Another transfer, Anthony Allen, who transferred from Apex Academy in Jersey, also had his presence felt. And Padgett just kept dominating the boards. Padgett actually is also a transferred as he went to Lincoln from Xaverian High School in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn after his sophomore year.
Lincoln held JFK to only 9 points in the quarter. After three quarter of play, the Railsplitters were up, 56-43. Stephenson at the time had 20 points and 8 rebounds while Padgett already had a double-double in 14 points and 13 rebounds. Pierce led KFK with 13 points.
In the fourth, Lincoln continued to show poise and had no intentions of letting this game get close. Stephenson got to the basketball for a couple of lay-ups in the first three minute of the quarter. And when Lincoln took their largest lead of the game with 1:28 left in the game, 72-52, Stephenson was taken out the game to a standing ovation at MSG, where he might very well call home next year if he chooses St. John’s.
As the buzzer sounded, the Lincoln bench stormed the floor and celebrated the 78-56 victory which handed them the historic fourth consecutive PSAL Championship and gave Stephenson and teammate Ellis their historic fourth city title in their four years of high school. You can tell from the players facial expressions that they were just overjoyed to know that they were part of history. It was a long and bumpy season for the Railsplitters as they went from being ranked one of the top teams in the nation in the pre-season polls to getting knocked off the rankings and loosing 10 games in a very adamant schedule. For Stephenson himself, he has had some rough times the last nine months from being cut off the Team USA National 18&under squad last summer to the alleged sexual assault charges in the fall and everything in between. But despite all of the pressure and distractions, Born Ready found himself in the history books and possibly leaving the question as to being the best player to ever come out of New York City. You could see in his eyes that he was just relieved that it was all over.
Stephenson won MVP honors and finished with 24 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 steals. Padgett scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, shooting 6 for 7 from the floor. Guards Ellis and Stokes chipped in 15 and 7 points respectively, while Allen finished with 10 points and 8 rebounds.
For JFK, Pierce finished with 17 points while senior Jeffrey Azru had 12 points and 6 assists. Senior Shea Spence also had a strong game as he scored 11 points while grabbing 9 rebounds.
For Lincoln head coach Dwayne “Tiny” Morton, it is his 7th city championship in the last eight years. But most importantly he got to avenge the 2000 and 2005 losses to JFK’s head coach Johnny Mathis at MSG.
Lincoln will now go upstate next weekend to play for the New York State Federation title where they have come out crowned champions the last two years.
In ten days, Lance will make his college announcement at Media Day of the McDonald’s All American Game on March 31st.
As people made their way out The Garden, I heard some wondering who might be the next Lance. Well looking at next year, there is a very familiar face in Coney Island that will be entering the 9th grade. He goes by the name of Ethan Telfair. That’s right Sebastian’s little brother who you may remember from the end of the “Through the Fire” documentary where he is working on his game at the park very early in the morning. Whether or not he goes to Lincoln next year is yet to be known but some close to him have told me that he might be looking to go in a different direction and attend another school. But then yet the same was said about Stephenson until he transferred into Lincoln from Bishop Loughlin on the first week of school of his freshmen year. Usually if you are from Coney Island and you can ball, then you are going to attend Lincoln High School.
But for now, Madison Square Garden can brag that once again an historic basketball game was played in its building. What other better place for it!








Wachovia Center, Day 1

by Aaron Kaplowitz
During the full second that a basketball needs to reach the rim on a three-pointer, visions of David’s stone whizzing toward Goliath’s head materialized on the collective conscience of the Villanova-heavy crowd at Philadelphia’s Wachovia Center on Thursday night. The 14-seed American University Eagles were about to become the newest Cinderella, less than 20 minutes away from slaying the powerful Villanova University Wildcats on the first day of NCAA Tournament ‘09.
Brian Gilmore’s open three from the right side fell short, and AU missed an opportunity to go up 48-31. His shot would get marginalized in the box score as just another missed field goal, but Gilmore’s three was the game’s true turning point. Instead of going up by 17 points, American left the door open for Villanova to steal the momentum. Once ‘Nova found its footing, the Wildcats, powered  by Dante Cunningham, outscored American 39-16 over the final 14 minutes to win, 80-67.
Although it was an ephemeral flash of basketball brilliance, AU guards Garrison Carr and Derrick Mercer ran circles around the lauded Villanova backcourt, looking poised and confident as hunted took on the role of hunter. With an average height of 5-10, they played with boundless energy. Carr and Mercer v-cut with purpose, setting up backdoor cuts, effective flex screens and constant motion. In the end, the gas ran out, but AU seized the opportunity to display their talent and resolve on the national stage.
“I’m sure we changed a lot of people’s minds the way we came out and played,” said starting swingman Frank Borden. “The things we heard fueled us a bit. We weren’t going to go down without a fight.”
Carr was lights out from beyond the arc during the first half, drilling five bombs. He finished with six triples on his way to 22 points.
“He has a very quick release,” said Villanova’s Dwayne Anderson. “He’s a great shooter. We’ve played plenty of players like that in our conference.”
The all-senior AU starting five may have played its final game together, but not all was lost. During halftime of the nightcap thriller between UCLA and VCU, the team stood unified as one in the players’ tunnel, taking in the inspiring sight of UCLA’s female dance team engaged in synchronized thrusting and gyrating at midcourt, all in the name of art. Not a bad parting gift.
*****
As entertaining as the curvaceous UCLA dancers are, they played second fiddle to the UCLA Bruins-VCU Rams, the No. 6 vs. No. 11 matchup. Two years ago, behind Eric Maynor’s last-second shot, VCU knocked Duke out of the NCAA Tournament. With an improved Maynor returning, many had penned in VCU for an upset special — the same people who myopically disregarded UCLA’s three trips to the Final Four in the past four seasons.
With seven minutes left, UCLA looked like a team ready to go deep into March, leading VCU by 11. But Maynor would have none of it. The senior box score filler (he finished with 21 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds) took the Rams on his back, bringing them to within one, 65-64, after knocking down two free throws with 48 seconds to play.
UCLA put the ball in floor leader Darren Collison’s hands. He drove hard to his left and flicked a layup that was swatted by VCU big man Larry Sanders, forcing a shot-clock violation.
VCU had 11.6 seconds to take the ball 90 feet, erase a one-point deficit and inscribe its name in Tournament lore.
Everyone knew who would be deciding the outcome.
After a VCU timeout, UCLA set up a full-court man-to-man press. Maynor got the ball across half-court and dribbled to the left wing. With Collison on him, he flung a fade-away jumper as time inspiring that clanged off the front rim.
Day One over.
NOTES:
– BYU never seemed to find a rhythm on its way to a 79-66 loss to Texas A&M. Physically, the Cougars have a massive front line. They have great spacing and run the break beautifully. But they couldn’t hang with the Aggies who played inspired at every position.
– After handily defeating BYU, Texas A&M players were talking about how confident they are going into tomorrow’s game. Josh Carter said that if you would bring the Cleveland Cavaliers in tomorrow, they could beat them. When I threatened to tell LeBron, he laughed and thought it best not to.
– UConn played without head coach Jim Calhoun, who was hospitalized after his doctor recommended so. He is expected to be back on the sidelines for tomorrow’s game against Texas A&M.  One has to wonder if Coach Calhoun would have left his starters in for as long as Coach George Blaney did. With the game well out of reach in the second half against Chattanooga, Blaney didn’t replace all of his starters until only a few minutes remained. One twisted ankle would have been enough to put Blaney on the hot seat for the rest of the Tourney. UConn squeaked by 103-47.
– By the looks of how A&M played yesterday against BYU, I think they can play with any team in the country. With last year’s near upset over UCLA still fresh on their minds, UConn better not let Calhoun’s hospital stay become a distraction. A&M plays a patient, inside-outside offense that deflates when they drain the three deep into the shot clock.
– According to an NCAA employee, the Texas A&M pep band arrived late because someone prank called the bus driver, telling him to arrive an hour later than scheduled. When asked about the incident, the band members had no idea.  “They didn’t tell us anything,” said the trumpeter. Or was it the trombonist?
– Is it me or does BYU always seem to get an No. 8-seed in the NCAA Tournament? Does anyone out there know their seeding history?
– The 2008 Princeton Review lists BYU as the No. 1 Stone-Cold Sober School, a fact that BYU brags about in its media guide. Sign me up.
– I’m setting the over-under on BYU’s average age at 24. I dare you to take the under.
– Scottie Reynolds never really seemed to find his comfort zone. Villanova is not going to win too many games when its top player scores zero points in the first half.
– Eric Maynor struggled mightily when Darren Collison face-guarded him. Unfortunately for the UCLA senior, foul trouble forced freshman Jrue Holiday to cover the VCU star.
– When sitting, Hasheem Thabeet’s legs are the same level as Jerome Dyson’s chin.
– The VCU pep band director wore a black robe with gold sequins and black feathers around the collar and sleeves. While most directors lead with their hands, he leads with his loins. When he’s not humping the air, he’s either changing costumes, shedding clothing or integrating countless props all with the same slogan: “Total Package.” He’s college basketball’s version of Carrot Top, only if possible, less funny. But at least he has fun doing it. To get an idea, check him out.
– It’s hard to blame the kid, but Maynor should not have settled for a jumpshot on the final play. The play that was drawn up in the VCU huddle clearly broke down, when Maynor found himself struggling for breathing room and no pick in sight. He should have taken the ball to the basket.  UCLA was in the double bonus and Collison was guarding him with four fouls. That is no situation to settle for a tough jumper, so says the reporter from the sideline, munching on pretzels and sipping his Diet Coke.
– If a tournament with no clear-cut favorite is supposed to be wildly unpredictable, does predictability in effect make it unpredictable?








NBA Fines Referee for Rivers’ Ejection

by Ryne Nelson
The NBA announced yesterday that it fined referee Bill Kennedy an undisclosed amount for issuing what Doc Rivers claimed was “the most unprofessional tech I’ve ever had.”
Rivers was furious after he got whistled for his second technical foul with 29.8 seconds left against the Bulls March 17.
“Look at the film. I actually walked away. He asked me, ‘Where do you want the ball?’ And I said, ‘Ask them,’ talking about my players. That’s my right to say that, and he walked away.
“He stood there and stared me down and stared me down and goaded me until I turned around and said, ‘What?’ That’s when I got thrown out of the game. In a [5-point] game? Think about that.”
For that postgame “rant,” Doc is out 25 large. But here’s the crux: If the League admitted Kennedy was wrong by enticing Doc to say something, why should the coach be fined?
Correct me if I’m wrong, but the League has never undercut one of its referees for a poor decision made in a game. That’s admitting Kennedy made a mistake.
The Referees Union, however, claims Kennedy did nothing wrong. Said spokesman Lamell McMorris:
“Some things you cannot take out of the arsenal of the officials. It’s not a stare to start some kind of disagreement or goad him into getting ejected, it’s just like, ‘Hey, enough is enough. And basically he didn’t even stare him down. He walked away, he turned his back per what he is trained to do and he removed himself from the situation.
“As far as we’re concerned, Billy Kennedy followed every rule according to the referee’s manual as it relates to handling situations like this. The only person in this scenario who has had a pattern of behavior that is unprofessional is Doc Rivers, not Billy Kennedy.”
As McMorris said, referees are told to just walk away when confronted by a coach. Kennedy did not. Since the League now claims transparency in its officiating, it should disclose how much Kennedy was fined and offer an official explaination for what happened. Either that, or it should start taking Mark Cuban’s idea of Referee Efficiency Ratings seriously.








Slamadaday: Luke Walton on Ronny Turiaf

This dunk won’t stick in your head longer than water on a wetsuit, but it sure has all the elements of a Slamadaday. Count ‘em:
• Turiaf barely misses the block (probably because he swatted with his left arm instead of right).
• Walton and Turiaf are former teammates, shared many meals, practices, conversations, laughs and (mostly) bench minutes.
• The little smirk Luke gave heading back down the court.








Video: Ameer Ali Takes Down Blake Griffin

Morgan State forward Ameer Ali uses Blake Griffin to remake the DeJuan Blair-Hasheem Thabeet flip.








Print Media Dying With the Wizards

As the team continues on its four-game road trip, neither the Washington Post or Times have sent reporters to cover the 16-53 Wiz. The L.A. Times stopped sending writers back in January. Be ready: Beat reports are quickly moving away from newspapers and heading in YouTube’s direction.








Ginobili, Bynum Back at Practice

Both have been cleared to resume basketball-related activities. Ginobili is at least one week away from competing, while the Lakers are playing it safe and keeping Bynum out for another month.








Hornets In-Game Entertainment Hasn’t Quite Improved

First there was the failed ring-of-fire Hugo dunk during last season’s Playoff first round. This year, a halftime performer got his leg stuck in the rim and clanged his chin on metal on a mistiming trampoline jump.
Then earlier this week, a Hornets cameraman suffered the most painful incident of them all. View the images at your own risk. (via BDL)








Eddy Curry Takes Custody

Knicks center Eddy Curry has taken custory of his son, Noah Henry-Curry. In January. police had found Noah in the room where his mother, Nova Henry, 24, and 10-month-old sister Ava were murdered. Nova Henry’s former attorney and ex-boyfriend, Fredrick Goings of Chicago, has been charge in the murders.








The Applesauce Geneva Convention Day 2: DAO-ST

by Jake Appleman
There are no boundaries at the grammar school in the land of peace, chocolate, mountains and watchmen. Every nook and cranny, every angle and granny, is designed to affect the game and the way these kids—many of whom speak multiple languages—see the world. And, if you don’t know, now you know.
Ooh, “look” said prophet Aron:
3/2
 
“Ayo, my pen and paper cause a chain reaction

To get your brain relaxin, a zany actin maniac in
action

A brainiac in fact son, you mainly lack attraction

You look insanely wack when just a fraction of my
tracks run

My rhyming skills got you climbing hills

I travel through your mind into your spine like siren
drills

I'm sliming grills of roaches, with spray that
disinfects.”

– Eminem

So it was written, and Eli Manning of Silver Springs,
Uwe Blab of G-Unit Burg,
And I, the fadeaway J from the NY-Sizzle,
Arrive at this Utopian dream early enough.
The brand new ball--we'll call it "Cesc Education",
Word to my alma pa--
Is tugged through the streets of Geneva along
My feet like the world's most loyal yo-yo.
New age neo soul for the Arsenal.

Yo--you see those Shaq links? The Diesel knows
What is what, and what is, in fact, marketing
Though the Washington Mystics
Might disagree.
It's a special night tonight so we're
Just going to Blaze the beef
--Ra(r)e steak in this case--
Straight down the middle because that's just the way
The world works sometimes.    
The ball scoots and skids across the slick concrete
Like a strange red and black Hondo/Rondo hybrid
With fantastic gas mileage.
It's only fitting, then, that we walked
Towards the concrete soccer court that lies near the
Concrete basketball court, on some straight 2000 Seasons/RFE ish. Because
The world needs our message. Ask my
younger--but not
Youngest--brother.
He knows what shirt I was rocking the
first night I
Met him. A Yankee fan.  

3/1
“I'm fantastic, FURIOUS like the Five from B'lawn

Brooklyn phenom'

Diss all peons, flow for eons

Mos Def is beyond, in fact most cats can agree on

Cause we on the same frequency, if not

change your dial and get on it, I flip on this here beat
Hit the deep street sonnets, who want it?”
- Mos Def
I'm trying to get a game going but the kids are reluctant. What are these
American Giants doing in their land of play and imagination.
Corruption? War?

Wrong on both counts. We, an
American trinity of sorts, came in
peace, as I flip bilingual scripts like

Octavio Paz, with annotated blood-red (unity) Typeface.
It doesn't help matters that there's a severe initial
Language barrier.

Speaking Spanish and English has always served me,
But appears to have abandoned me on this day. I might be
Auto Bart, the bus driver without a cause.
And then it happens.
The beautiful game interjects itself into the
Narrative, a script changing plot point (hopefully) of glory.
"Roo-sky?" asks the kid with the biggish belly and
Good self-control. Being a man of the world, I
Answer, that
Yes, I do indeed have Russian blood--Ra, Ra, Ra--and
all that jazzy, orange-y grape soda wonderfulness for
and from the projects, a network established by a
Hell Raiser with a heart of Gold. 
(Note: Kel Loves Orange Soda.)

But the interrogation isn't over. When I try to
Communicate in Spanish with them, they look at me,
Eyes wide, like
 
I could be from Spain.
 
El rey Juan Carlos. Numero tres.  
Dude "shoots" like a rapidly fired bolt of light.
I respond with one of my favorite songs: "Fernando
Torres, la la la la la,

Fernando Torres, la la la la la,
Fernando Torres, la la la la la."
9+1=10; Pey Donna, please. Always.  

They look at me with intrigue. Could this lanky
Stork really be a surreal combo of this past summer's
European Championship class.

(Winning goal: TOWERS --> TOWERS AND POWER...Salvation for Edward O (Le) Bannon)
The answer is yes and no.

Yes, I'm sure of the fact that I have Sephardic
Roots--estranged middle brother of earth
 
misses Hale, Rain, Sleet and Snow, as well his protector.
Amy, “I’m a hoe and my heart is burning for your love,”
A wise fisherman once yelled
At the top of his lungs whilst surrounded by a cul de sac of
Danger and self-loathing.
It's middle brother who we've gotten to peep on the regular
Over the past few years. But I also have
 
Friends the world around, and that includes,

Mexico (since Incubus),
Puerto Rico (bio luminescent),
Columbia (soap op
Con arroz con pollo)
Guatemalan assistants,
Chilean spices and of course,
Leo Messi…ah…Spain and Argentina.
Barcelona…Catalina, land of peace…

E!'s Joel McHale would say that's a heck of a Chat Stew Home,
if he could say that in Spanish. Who knows, he probably speaks Latin,
or maybe managerial Minnie Soda.
 
1/1
“Once the Grand spread his stuff, pockets fluff like Jiffy Puff

"Inside Stuff," Ahmad Rashad know I keep it rough

Blazin for the two-cen' and after black

Once I spit the half to that, shorties form a line at the welcome mat

Godly ways and action be fo' yo' satisfaction

Chicks feel me like attraction, move shoes like Foot Action

Justice Cypher Born be to leave the mic torn.”
- Grand Puba

Eventually, we split up for the first 3 on 3--Scoop it up, like Hoop It Up
for footie fanatics.
Midway through the game--I've got two kids on my squadron and the Maryland Crabs have one—
I start asking
An incredibly talented young boy with a medium S(h)ade of brown skin,
About the NBA hat that he's rocking.
It has five teams on it and it looks cool
In the front of the Green thing by the corner
With the light blue elephants on it.

Anyway, I ask the kids who they like in the league.
"Kobe", the uber-competitive one responds.
"Hah, I like LeBron," I respond, refraining from launching into an abstract tangent in Spanish
Regarding the importance of opposite day.
(Oh, I shall mention now that the half-Japanese looking boy
–he said his name was Noveau or something similar–said he likes Pau Gasol.)
And here’s the true magic:
Young Wannabe Kobe said he had something wrong with his head.
When the Shaqtus, or Shaq toos,
(As I was referencing myself in the thirty second person omniscient)
Reached out to try and touch Kobe’s head,
Kobe said, “No, I’m wearing a Moslem skull cap.”
Still, he allowed big brother’s hand to touch his head, ever so briefly,

A unity of high ideals and mindsets and family.
And in that moment, the Shaq three twos realized that he didn’t need to tell Kobe
That it didn’t matter that he was wearing the skull cap,
 
Because all three fundamentals
 
(shooting, passing, rebounding)
 
Are derived from the same creator;
 
A Canadian whose family made their home in the same Hamlet as my family.
It’s never rotten in Denmark if you’ve been marked.
Because when you’ve done enough work to ensure that the opposition will always keep a third eye on you, you’ve earned the respect of everybody that you’ve tried so hard to befriend.
2/1
“Hi!

Original Bad Boy on the case, cover your face

Came in the place blowed, and sprayed Puffy with Mase

I laced the weed with insect repellant, better check the smelly

Eminem starts with E, better check the spelling

With a capital, somebody grab me a Snapple

I got an aspirin capsule trapped in my Adam's apple (hurry up!)”-Eminem
We're running 3 on 5 (8) now because I'm feeling this surreal, strong and bad
Mystikal DANGER.
WATCH YOURSELF!
Total football en espanyol.

Just call me Johan Cryuff-mas, uniting with the wonderful Swiss-Miss, spliced with my
own Hugo Boss (Madrid) Rafa movement (Valencia Oranges, the cit-Russ of the Gods)
I should point out here that when we were walking to the school, I was doing a
Marvelous impression. In SPANISH.
"El tiene la toca."
HE HAS THE TOUCH, word to the Mister Stats--an original believer in
The Shaq three twos
And the mind-bending power of the backyard Carriage house and its game film and
gator Aid.  UC Davis….and Ellen Davis and Al Davis and Eric Davis and Daryl
Strawberry and mister D.J. Some coach needs to D up play that record.

Raiders of the Lost Ark--even Mike Lupica belongs, regardless of what new media thinks.
{You can be an Ace, or a pet detective, kick boxes with foxes,
Comb you hair in Poseidon’s wave
But if you don’t respect the game and the balance needed for clarity, you’re just another Bum begging to be found.}
Regardless, I should have called Beadle juice and renamed the phrase uttered
by the Marvelous one: "El tiene la loca",
 
Butt that would be,
 
To quote my inspiration, "all sixes and sevens."
 
“My defense is offense / offense is nonsense,” – caught in the Matrix, the Price is indeed Right.
 
Oh well, until the next
 
Time, kids...

We will

See.

J-03/06/09-9:51

It's all love
And peace
The world around








Barbosa Out

Suns guard Leanardo Barbosa will likely miss the remainder of the season with a hyperextended knee. Fortunately, he won’t be missing any playoff time.








The Post Up: Lovely LeBron

by Holly MacKenzie
Tell me this, is anyone going to grab a road win in Cleveland before the regular season ends?
Honestly, the Cavs look damn unstoppable on their homefloor. Last night was no exception as the Blazers managed to force overtime only to have LeBron claim his 7th triple-double this season and also steal back the win.
Skeets said last night, “Please stop trying to tell me LeBron James isn’t this season’s MVP. You sound like a fool.” I don’t think I can disagree with this statement.
LeBron isn’t fair. He is just that good. Too good.
He finished with 26 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists and 2 blocked shots last night.
LUUUUUUKE dunking over Ronny Turiaf really was too much for me. My heart almost jumped out of my chest because I was so surprised. Really, Luke Walton!
The refs really let the calls go in that Lakers/Warriors game and it got kind of ugly.
It was great to see Monta continue to work his way back and find his rhythm.
Could the Suns possibly make the playoffs? They’ve got to face Dallas once more this season and are currently 3.5 games back after the Mavs lost in ATL last night. It just doesn’t seem right to imagine the Suns watching from home.
The Bobcats are in town tonight and I’ve got to say, I think I’m the biggest Raja Bell fan who is also a Kobe fan. Actually, I’m probably top five Raja Bell fans, family included.
Quote of the night: “His jersey is longer than his drawers” -Chris Webber on Inside, speaking on Charles Barkley’s short-shorts and long jersey combo.
Can I just say once more how much I enjoy the presence of Chris Webber on Inside, NBATV and anywhere else that he feels like showing up? He’s fantastic.
Day one of the tourney is in the books, how’d you all do? I’m sure a lot of you were here, checking in with Justin Walsh and his liveblogging, but, tell me, favorite moment of yesterday? I’ve already had a few that have killed me, seeing the guys who lose, with their face in hands, jersey pulled up to cover tears, that just rips me. In a good way though. It makes me appreciate the game so much more.
Thoughts are with Coach Calhoun who, according to Charlie V’s twitter account, will be coaching today. Either way, thinking of him and wishing him health and wellness.
Cleveland 97 Portland 92 OT

After a disgustingly brutal first half that saw Cleveland lead, 36-34 (yes, at the half), the Blazers managed to stick with the Cavs despite being without LaMarcus Aldridge and Nicolas Batum. In the fourth, it appeared as though LeBron James would lead the Cavs to the win as he knocked down back to back shots to put his team up 86-82 with 34 seconds remaining but the craftiness of Brandon Roy drew back to back fouls on James and Roy then hit four free throws to tie the game up and force overtime. In the extra session however, the shorthanded Blazers stumbled, and went down by five before scoring their first basket of the period. By then, James had found his rhythm again and knocked down two more shots, including a beauty jump hook in the lane. Game over, Cleveland wins. Zydrunas Ilgauskas scored 21 points for the Cavs while Joe Smith and Mo Williams each added 12. The Blazers had a 24-point, 7-rebound, 7-assist night from Brandon Roy, 17 points from Travis Outlaw and a 13-point, 11-rebound double double from Joel Pryzbilla.
LA Lakers 114 Golden State 106
This was a win for the Lakers, but it was an ugly one. With LA holding onto  52-51 lead at the break, it appeared as though the game was all but over in the third quarter when the Lakers rang off a 22-6 run to take an 18-point lead. LA allowed their guard to come down and forget they were playing the pesky Warriors and before they knew what had happened, Golden State had come back and trailed by only five points in the final minutes of the game. Kelenna Azubuike helped his team in their run, connecting on a career-high five three-pointers. With the game on the line, the Lakers were just a step ahead of the Blazers as Trevor Ariza knocked down a huge three to give his team some breathing room. Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol each scored 21 points with Gasol needing 10 less field goal attempts and also adding 14 rebounds. Lamar Odom had 16 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocked shots. Azubuike led the Warriors with 25 points and 8 rebounds as Monta Ellis added 27 points and Brandan Wright added 11 points and 10 rebounds in the loss.
Atlanta 95 Dallas 87
The Dallas Mavericks continue to lose games they need in their quest to keep a strong grip on the eighth playoff spot in the West. With the 95-87 loss to the Hawks, the Mavs keep the door cracked open for the Phoenix Suns who are now three and a half games back. With the Hawks victory, they now hold a four game lead over the Heat for homecourt advantage in the East. While the Hawks led early thanks to a second quarter that saw them outscore the Mavs 33-16, the Mavs tried their best to mount a comeback in the second half before falling short. Cutting the 17 point lead down to two at the start of the fourth quarter, the Mavs would not get any closer thanks to the solid play of Joe Johnson who finished with 24 points to lead the Hawks. Flip Murray added 19 points off of the bench, Al Horford had 13 points and 8 rebounds and Josh Smith scored 15. The Mavericks had 23 points and 12 rebounds from Dirk Nowitzki, 16 points from Antoine Wright and 13 from Ryan Hollins in the loss.








Madness in Retrospect

Ben and I started talking about this story in 2001, after I interviewed William Paterson University coach Jose Rebimbas for a story on D3 late-bloomer (and future Detroit Piston) Horace Jenkins — “this story” being an old-school feature on the 1989 NCAA title game between Michigan and Seton Hall. Rebimbas was the 12th man on that Seton Hall team, so I knew he had stories for days about that team. It helped that this was the first NCAA final that I really paid attention to. We talked about doing the 15th anniversary story in ‘04, but it didn’t work out; last year, we revisited the idea, and I agreed to knock it out on the 20th anniversary.
You can check the article in the current issue of SLAM, but, as lack of space always makes it tough to tell a story like this in mag form, I figured I’d run more extensive interview stuff here. Ideally, for a story like this, I’d talk to three or four key players and/or coaches from each team and really be able to re-tell the game story through their memories. As it happened, I talked to three or four key guys from Seton Hall, and virtually no one from Michigan. For whatever reason, the Wolverine alumni were next-to-impossible to track down ahead of time; they did a few interviews with Ann Arbor-area media in the days leading up to their reunion in January, but when I tried, through numerous channels — the Michigan sports information department, individual player agents, the NBA Retired Players Association — I got a string of responses that added up to “Good luck with that.”
Coach Steve Fisher, now at San Diego State? Neither he nor anyone else at SDSU returned my emails.
Strangely, considering that they lost the game, the folks at Seton Hall couldn’t have been more helpful. Rebimbas was easy enough to track down — he’s still coaching at William Paterson, one of the better D3 programs in the country. I got John Morton at St. Peter’s in New Jersey, where he’s an assistant coach. I got Andrew Gaze in Australia, where he coaches, does TV commentary, and generally remains a basketball icon. I thought I had PJ Carlesimo, but as he’d recently been fired by the Thunder, my timing wasn’t great. And I actually did get Gerald Greene, sort of; by the time I found him indirectly and he got my message and called me back, it was too late to make the story.
Why the disparity? I don’t really know, but based on my conversations with the Seton Hall guys and what I was told about the Michigan guys, it seems the Pirates got a lot more out of the loss than the Wolverines took from the win. I don’t want to oversimplify this: I know Morton, Greene and the rest of the Seton Hall kids would’ve given anything to lift that trophy 20 years ago, and I know the Rumeal Robinson, Glen Rice and Co. wouldn’t trade that success for anything. But I also know that, to a man, the Seton Hall players talked about how close that team was, and how important is was for them not to bitch and moan about the horrible controversial call at the end that helped decide the game.
On the flip, I know what I read about most of the Michigan players barely being in touch with each other or returning to campus since they graduated, and Robinson’s seemingly bitter quotes about the Fab Five getting more attention than his title-winning squad. All of which is too bad. People should — and hopefully most do — still remember those Wolverines for how they overcame the late-season departure of coach Bill Frieder, and for how Rice’s ridiculous shooting and Robinson’s toughness and clutch FTs overcame a resilient bunch of underdogs from Seton Hall in the final.
So, like I said, check SLAM 127 for the article, and keep reading for longer outtakes from my conversations with Seton Hall’s John Morton, Andrew Gaze and Jose Rebimbas and Michigan reserve Rob Pelinka…
***
John Morton, a senior guard from the Bronx, scored a game-high 35 points and keyed Seton Hall’s second-half rally in the title game. Without Morton, Michigan would’ve won going away.
MORTON: It was such a humble team. Basically, we were a veteran team that didn’t boast or get too excited, over-celebrating or anything. We just accepted the way things were and played to win. Our toughest competition sometimes came in practice. It was 12, 14 humble guys, including the walk-ons. I’ve never experienced another team like that in my career. It’s remarkable in today’s world, with people boasting about what they can do instead of just going out and playing. Most of the teams that came through Seton Hall were like that. There were teams in the Big East that had more flash, and then you had guys from Seton Hall who were more hard workers, more blue collar guys who came in, put their work into the game, and got the most out of it.
Jose Rebimbas hailed from nearby Newark. The stereotypical hardworking walk-on, he acted like a coach on the sidelines, a habit that predicted his future career.
REBIMBAS: We were extremely tight. We looked out for one another at all times. On the court, during practice,, we were at each other’s throats. We wanted playing time, we were deep at every position. Every practice was a challenge, but it was really important that whatever happened on this practice floor did not carry over. Guys had bloody noses, bruises, cuts, but everybody had that one common goal.
We’d all heard the stereotyping: inner-city kids, can’t read, can’t write. We were so far from that stereotype. The following we had, it wasn’t just the success we had, but we were well liked in the campus community. We had a good demeanor. I’m sure if they saw us on the court during practice, they might’ve had a different opinion — we weren’t going to take anything. That toughness played a huge part in our success. Once we got on the court, we weren’t intimidated by anyone. We always felt we were the most physical and mentally toughest team in the country.
MORTON: PJ and his staff did a good job of putting kids together that didn’t worry about individual accomplishments and stuff like that. We just were a good group of kids who played hard and hung out with each other off the court. Now that I’m in coaching — and it’s way different now — but I think we were a different mold of team. We were old school. PJ and them did a good job of keeping us humble, and preparing us for the great run we had.
REBIMBAS: PJ was great. He never let us get too high, and he never let us get too low.
MORTON: Yeah, PJ used to scream. He’d definitely stay on me a lot — he always chose the best players on the team to ride — but he was a great guy, especially off the court. I don’t know if people know that about him. I remember times he started yelling, and we would start laughing, and he would have to laugh, too, because he knew that we knew he was full of crap.
Forward Andrew Gaze had come to the attention of Carlesimo and Seton Hall assistant John Carroll a year earlier, when his Australian club team played exhibition matches against Big East schools. He was offered a scholarship and eventually joined fellow Olympian Ramon Ramos — both played for their countries in the ‘88 Olympics — in time for the ‘88-89 season.
GAZE: PJ is an interesting character, an amazing fella. I thought he was schizophrenic. Knowing him through the recruiting process, and then going through a situation where you actually play for him, it was like, Hold on, what’s going on here? It was completely different. I never knew a coach that could be so emotional, so into it, just riding guys, but be so caring of his players, so committed to looking after his group. Plus, he has this skill — I would die for this skill — where he just remembers everyone. Whether it’s the car parking attendent or the bloke selling tickets, he just remembers everyone’s name.
MORTON: It was a quiet team, but the guy who stands out was definitely Gerald Greene. He was the general — that was the nickname — and he was the mouthpiece who would get us going and keep us flowing. Pookie Wigington was a California guy who liked to talk, he’d kind of fire us up a little bit. But Gerald Greene really took control of the team after I moved to shooting guard my junior year. He would be the guy who’d really get after guys, that voice who spoke out, spoke his mind.
And then Jose was the greatest motivator we had for that team. A guy who put his heart into everything he did, every practice, from the walk-on position. My senior year, he grabbed me before practice and after practice every day to shoot. He definitely helped me. That was just the type of team we had, where Jose could get in your face and be like, “You m-fer’s!” and nobody would take offense.
But everybody was able to fit in. I think a perfect example was Ramon Ramos, who was unable to speak a word of English when he got there from Puerto Rico — not a word — and he was accepted without a problem. And then Andrew Gaze came in senior year, and he was accepted, no question. Would it have been easy to resent him? Easy. Oh, easy. But he’ll tell you there was not a cent of resentment.
GAZE: In all honesty, my first impressions of the environment at Seton Hall weren’t great. The venue on campus was being refurbished, and they actually played at this rickety old ice skating rink. And if you’re familiar with the area around there, it’s not the most inviting environment. And anyway, I was more committed to playing for Australia. But John Carroll was just amazingly persistent. Plus, in Australia, it was difficult for me to play and keep up with my studies. Quite ironically, the major reason I decided to go to Seton Hall was to get through my studies.
Probably the biggest reservation I had about the whole thing was an understanding of the environment I was going into. My experience going in was pretty limited, and driving around Newark in 1986, it doesn’t get your attention for its natural environmental beauty. But once you arrive on campus, get out and walk around the school, it’s beautiful. I remember certain areas off campus, where you’d time the red light so you didn’t have to stop the car. But those initial fears were quickly spelled. You get familiar with it, get to know the guys, and it’s just like anywhere else.
I have to be honest, though: For the first two weeks, I couldn’t understand a word they were saying. They were talking, trying to include me, and I was like, “Mate, you’re gonna have to slow down, I can’t understand you.” But once I got familiar with the accent and the slang, I was into it.
REBIMBAS: We would be upset with Gaze when he didn’t take shots. It was like, “You’re pretty good, it’s OK for you to shoot.” He was mature as a basketball player way beyond any of us at the time, with all his international experience. He really wanted to fit in, and we wanted him to play a larger role. Because of his maturity, he was able to sort of do both. He knew the team belonged to those seniors — Ramon, Gerald, Daryll, and John. He was terrific.
GAZE: My role with the team was a lot different than it had been internationally. I was trying to be as unobtrusive as possible. I knew there were a lot of seniors on the team, and understanding seniority, I didn’t want to be too intrusive. They were very welcoming, I guess because I wasn’t going in there thinking I was the man.
MORTON: On the court, Andrew fit in perfectly with the team that we had. Andrew brought that experience of being poised, being patient, making big shots throughout the year. You had myself, basically known as a slasher up until that senior year, but we were missing that other guy from the three position who could score, and Andrew definitely opened up things for me to penetrate, and for Ramon to get the ball inside. Then it became more of a headache for opponents, because I started making threes.
GAZE: I remember reading up on the team before the season, and expectations were extremely low. Then when I arrived and had the first few informal scrimmages, I’m like, Crikey, this league must be phenomenally good! I’m looking around thinking, We’re very, very good. The predictions and expectations were well off the mark.
REBIMBAS: I remember playing pickup games in September, and there was a sense of quiet confidence, like, Nobody knows about us, but this is our year.
MORTON: The start of the season was pretty impressive for us. I think we won something like 13 games in a row, but it was definitely a turning point when we went to the Alaska Shootout. We beat Utah, Kentucky and Kansas all in one tournament. You lump those names up, those were some pretty dominant teams. We realized right then, we might have a chance to do something here.
Seton Hall opened NCAA Tournament play with wins over Southwest Missouri State and Evansville. Then came a Sweet 16 date with Indiana. The Pirates won by 13.

MORTON: Just knowing that you’re going in and facing a Bobby Knight team was kind of intimidating in and of itself. But we knew they weren’t as dominant as the old Indiana teams. We were confident enough in our defense, and we knew we could stop those guys from scoring. Defense played a big part in our games that year. Everybody just knew, Buckle down, take pride and guard your man. We had a lot of city guys — me, Gerald, Daryll Walker — and whether it was that NYC street toughness or what, we got the job done. In that game, we put the lock down early.
In the Elite 8, Seton Hall beat UNLV by 23.
MORTON: That in itself was amazing. It was like, Now we’re dealing with the Runnin’ Rebels. You’re expecting trash talking, smackdown basketball. But it turned out we handled them pretty easily. There wasn’t much trash talking.
GAZE: Once we got to Denver for the regional, going up against schools like Indiana and UNLV, it was like, Now there’s a realistic chance we could lose. With Indiana, it’s big school, high profile, Bobby Knight, all that, but we did a number on them. We gave them a bit of a touch-up. After that game, given the way that we played, I think there was a level of confidence — expectations were pretty high. I think the margin of victory in both those games was more of a surprise to us than the actual victories.
Seton Hall met Duke in the Final Four. Down 26-8 midway through the first half, they pulled a Lazarus and came back to win — by 17.
REBIMBAS: That game was an awakening, one of the few times we went into a game a little more confident than we should have. They came out, and Danny Ferry had an unbelievable stretch. But PJ called back-to-back timeouts, and there wasn’t a panic. We had PJ, obviously, telling us, “Hey, relax, plenty of time to come back,” and we had vocal leaders like Daryll Walker and Gerald Greene, who refused to let the situation get any worse. There was this sense of, OK, we got knocked down, we’ve been here before, and now we’re back up again. This is our time. We felt every game we went into, at some point, we’d be able to physically and mentally wear down our opponent.
GAZE: Most people thought we’d overachieved to get this far. Then against Duke, we were dead and buried. We started the game and it was deer in the headlights. But Gerald Greene was the pivitol factor. When we were down and out, he really led from the front, had an outstanding game. That was one of the more remarkable wins of the whole season.
MORTON: The only thing I remember about that game, the turning point came when they started talking trash — the trash talking we thought would come from UNLV came from some of the Duke players. You got a couple city kids down, you should’ve let them lay. But that woke us up. Gerald Greene kept us in the first half, and in the second half we just came out with a mentality, like, Let’s punch them in the mouth. New York City players are used to talking trash, and here you are beating us down — let us go down quietly, don’t try to boast about it. We were quiet and humble, but we don’t take that.
REBIMBAS: You know, we all do superstitious things. Once we went down big to Duke, I’m like, What are we gonna do? What’s my contribution? I always sat next to PJ, so decided I’m gonna go to the far end of the bench, cheer us on, start coaching from down here. I stood up the whole time, and obviously we came back and won. So I stood up the whole game in the final, too. I actually had an AP photographer tell me he had a lot of good pictures of me — they were all of my ass.
The title game featured a pair of No. 3 seeds, neither of whom had ever cut down the nets. It was also the first NCAA final in 26 years to go to overtime.
GAZE: We were just riding the wave. I think there was an element of shock about it all — here we are, actually in the final. No one had even heard of Seton Hall. The amount of people that came up to us and had no idea of where the school was — because of that, we got the benefit of being that Cinderella story. We got the support of a lot of people because of that.
We went into that game reasonably confident — on the back of beating Duke, UNLV and Indiana, you start thinking to yourself, Why not? In hindsight, one of the great advantages we had was being away from campus so long, we didn’t get caught up in the hype of it all [playing in the West Regional, the Pirates spent three weeks out West, going from Tucson to Denver, then staying in L.A. before heading to Seattle for the Final Four.] Being on the other side of the country, we didn’t get caught up in the backslapping and hoopla that goes on. Plus, being in L.A., staying in Santa Monica, the weather was great. Being from Australia, snow was something very foreign to me, and the cold of a New Jersey winter took a little bit of getting used to. But that was just PJ’s approach, the way he ran the team, keeping us level-headed and shielding us from all the carrying on.
MORTON: We knew we had a challenge. Looking back at that team, they had six, seven NBA players. You have to start with Glen Rice, who had a great tournament overall, shooting the daylights out of the ball. Then you had Rumeal Robinson, built like a running back playing point guard. But Glen Rice was the man on that team. You had those big guys, [Loy] Vaught and [Terry] Mills, setting screens and getting him open. They knew Glen Rice was the man, and every thing else would trickle down. You have to be impressed with the way that team stuck together after the coaching change.
Rob Pelinka, now an NBA player agent who reps stars like Kobe Bryant and Carlos Boozer, was a freshman reserve for the ‘89 Wolverines.
PELINKA: Glen was the clear leader of that team. He was really tough and always worked really hard — and, obviously, he had an unbelievable stroke.
GAZE: It was a tough game for me. I’d come off a pretty decent run of games, and then I had the unenviable task of trying to get at Glen Rice for most of the game. I think I did a spectacular job of holding him to 30-something (laughs)
MORTON: I think my first half was pretty decent, but I missed some shots. I had maybe three games my senior year where struggled in first half but came out in a zone in the second half. But not like at that stage.
GAZE: Offensively, I wasn’t particularly involved, didn’t get too many good looks. But John Morton had one amazing game. He was on fire, took charge in the crisis. We did a good job identifying when John was on, and he delivered in spades. He had an incredible season, and an even more amazing game.
MORTON: An overtime game that came down to foul shots. How much more exciting can that be?
REBIMBAS: We heard the whistle, and it was hard to tell. We really weren’t sure what happened. Being in the coaching profession now, you always want players to decide the outcome. We had the opportunity to do that earlier in overtime. I have not watched the play. I watch the game until that point, and then I just shut it off. I figure one day I’ll sit down and see what really happened.
GAZE: It was an unfortunate situation for them to win with a dubious call.
MORTON: It took me probably 10 years before I watched the game — and another two or three before I could watch the end of it. Now when it comes on, everyone always calls up, “Hey, the game’s on.” I’m not turning it on, though. I have it on DVD.
I actually got a chance to play with Glen in Miami. He admitted there was no foul on the last play (laughs). I felt good about that. He finally admitted, “Yeah, we got lucky there.”
REBIMBAS: Obviously looking back, it was a great disappointment not to have been able to finish off what we started. But to sit back and watch one of the most incredible displays of scoring by John Morton, and then on the other side to watch Andrew Gaze sacrifice his offensive output to defend clearly the most outstanding player in the tournament in Glen Rice, those two things were pretty special.
GAZE: I learned a lot from the reaction of the team following the loss. People could be very bitter, point a finger, up in arms about a dubious call, but in all honesty, the way that PJ handled that situation, and the school and everyone involved, it was just incredible class. In PJ’s postgame speech, never was that call highlighted. I think that takes tremendous class and courage. That’s one of the things I’m most proud of being involved with that team.
REBIMBAS: On the court, after the loss, we sort of huddled one last time as a group, and we knew that was the last time that group of guys was going to huddle up that way. We just had Pookie and Gerald speak and say, “We did a great job, remember that, it was awesome, we love you.” I think once we left the floor, we left the game behind us. We sort of said, “We had our chance, it wasn’t meant to be.” I think for us to come out of that huddle and complain about a particular play or call would’ve defeated that specific moment, which was, let’s remember that we got here. PJ never came in and said anything. It was something that was understood. All year long, we never made any excuses. It was who we were.
MORTON: PJ always spoke to us about carrying ourselves correctly off the court. I think we did a good job of not blasting the refs in the papers or anything. We were definitely upset and angry, but at the same time, it was a blessing to have played in that game, it was a great feat. We took these guys to the brink of winning the national championship. So it felt great in that sense — along with the anger of how the game was decided. Then we got back to New Jersey and we had one of the biggest parades ever in South Orange. The next day, you weren’t sure that we lost. (laughs) People in New Jersey really did a great job bringing us home in style and making us forget we lost that game, that we were still champions in their mind. That felt pretty great.
REBIMBAS: We get on a plane, traveling home from the West Coast, feeling disappointed for our fans who had made the trip. We almost felt guilty, heads down at times. But man, when we walked through that corridor at the airport and had the opportunity to see people cheering for us, then to be escorted by state police, then get back on campus — we were just dumbfounded. There were thousands and thousands of people. We were just stunned. We had a pep rally, we had a parade — for like a two-week period, it seemed like the world had stopped to honor us. And we soaked up every minute of it.
MORTON: Back in those days, you didn’t really think about getting to the Final Four. It was rough going my first two years at Seton Hall, and we were just happy making it to the to the NCAAs my junior year. But I think that was a turning point, and a great experience. We wanted to get back to the NCAAs, but we didn’t really expect to get to the Final Four. The seniors on that team, we came in, took our lumps our freshman and sophomore years, then had the blessing of our senior year. We came to Seton Hall to help rebuild a program, and we went from cellar of the Big East to the national championship game in four years. It was a great way to go out, regardless of the outcome.








Lance Stephenson Makes College Decision

Lance Stephenson has picked the college he would like to attend next season, but the rest of the world will have to wait until April 1st at the McDonald’s All American game to find out where he has chosen to suit up for in the fall. The 6-5 shooting guard said in a press conference at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, in anticipation to Saturday’s PSAL Championship at the World’s Most Famous Arena, that he already has made up his mind as to what school he wants to attend but said he won’t announce it until he gets to Miami for the McDonald’s All American game. The Brooklyn native is down to his final three, St. John’s, Kansas, and Maryland, with the Terrapins being sort of a long shot.
Stephenson is considered a top three player nationwide for the 2009 class, and along with John Wall, is one of two blue-chip players who have yet to commit. He doesn’t want his decision to be leaked and therefore not even his own high school coach knows where he is headed to. His Lincoln team will be taking on JFK from the Bronx on Saturday afternoon at The Garden for the PSAL city title. It was first believed that Stephenson would make his college announce after the game on Saturday at MSG but he said that he would probably be too emotional to even speak about college at the time. You may be asking yourself why too emotional. Well, if Stephenson and the Lincoln Railsplitters win the City Championship on Saturday then he will rewrite the history books by becoming the first player in NYC history to win a city title in all of his four years in high school. He would pass another Lincoln alumnus, Sebastian Telfair (Minnesota Timberwolves), won three city titles with the Railsplitters during his high school days. Stephenson already passed Telfair’s New York State scoring record earlier this year to become the state’s new all-time scoring leader. Telfair’s cousin, Stephon Marbury (Boston Celtics), also attended Lincoln. Stephenson, Telfair, and Marbury are all from the Coney Island section of Brooklyn, NY, where talented guards seem hard not to find.
Tomorrow will be Lincoln’s eight straight year playing at the Garden for the PSAL title, having won six of the last seven. That one loss came in to 2005 to no one other than JFK.








Rimwrecker

Photo by Atiba Jefferson
Originally published in SLAM 76
Kenyon Martin has been known to tear down rims. Granted, in recent years, this trend has decreased in frequency. But in the pre-microfracture surgery early years of the decade helping the Nets reach the Finals with his play on both ends of the court, the former Bearcat was a real force. — Adam Fleischer