December 7, 2011
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Rolle guarantees playoff for Giants

Prior to a showdown with the Cowboys, Antrel Rolle is at it again. [Rolle] was so fired up about the Giants' performance on Sunday, that right after the game he promised that "once we get into the playoffs there's not going to be anything that can stop us." And the Giants will get into the playoffs. That, he said, is guaranteed. "You ask will we make the playoffs? Without a doubt," Rolle said on Tuesday during his weekly, paid spot on WFAN. "Without a doubt. We will be in that postseason." The guarantee wasn't anything new for the always talkative Rolle, who had said before that the Giants "will" be a playoff team. Of course, this time they're riding a four-game losing streak and sitting on a 6-6 record after a 6-2 start. (New York Daily News) Comment

Warriors enter Chandler chase

Serious interest in Tyson Chandler is increasing. Make that two known teams that have directly courted [Chandler]. The Golden State Warriors had their first direct contact with Chandler on Tuesday, according to sources with knowledge of the discussions. The Warriors, sources said, have made Chandler their No. 1 roster target -- no matter what happens with their recent trade talks with the New Orleans Hornets about Chris Paul --- and join the Houston Rockets on the list of teams to directly engage Chandler in the past 48 hours. ... Sources say negotiations between the Mavericks and Chandler are essentially frozen, with Dallas determined to maintain as much payroll flexibility as possible for the summer of 2012. (ESPN.com) Comment

Seguin pays for missed meetings

Wonder why the Bruins scratched super soph Tyler Seguin in Winnipeg? [Seguin] was absent for a team breakfast and meeting [Tuesday] morning. Instead of appearing in his 26th game, Seguin watched last night's 2-1 loss from the MTS Centre press box, the consequence for his actions. "Just one of those things you've got to do once in a while as a coach," said coach Claude Julien. "He's missed some meetings. Obviously it's not the first time. When it's the first time, you give guys a break. But it's happened more than a few times. At one point, he's got to hold himself responsible." ... Asked how Seguin took the news, general manager Peter Chiarelli said, "Not good. But he understands there's a set of team rules." (The Boston Globe) Comment

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North Carolina's John Henson dunks home two of his 13 points in the fourth-ranked Tar Heels' 97-48 blowout win over Evansville on Tuesday night. (US Presswire)

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