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The Great Ones Wayne Gretzky's handpicked team gave Canada the gold it craved in a tournament that showcased hockey at its best
The first rule in journalism is to follow the money, whichbrings us to that now famous coin that was embedded at centerice before the start of the ...
AWARDS AS OUR COLLEGE BASKETBALL EXPERTS SEE IT, THESE ARE THE PRESEASON FAVORITES FOR PLAYER OF THE YEAR AND FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
Wayne Turner, 6'2", G, Kentucky Averaged an eye-catching 36.7 points and 10.1 assists at Beaver Country Day in Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Ready for the Big Time
Already a polished star, Brooklyn hoops phenom Sebastian Telfair is set to become the first point guard to jump from high school to the NBA
13 Boston Celtics Rick Pitino says his team will make noise, but will it just be the sound of bickering?
Boston's chances, especially since his backups are Wayne Turner, a rookie free agent from Kentucky, and veteran Dana Barros, who is better ...
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
and 6'2" sophomore Wayne Turner. Epps averaged 6.7 points and 4.9 assists per game last season, and Turner, who had been one of the most ...
And a Little Child Led Them
As though drawing inspiration from the Book of Isaiah, baby-faced Isiah Thomas spurred Indiana to a fourth NCAA championship
The Deep Blue D
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU CHALLENGE A TEAM OF FUTURE LOTTERY PICKS TO PLAY THE GREATEST DEFENSE EVER? AT KENTUCKY, YOU GET A VERSATILE, TWO-PLATOON UNIT THAT'S ESPECIALLY EFFECTIVE
Kevin Turner ILLINOIS GUARD TRIUMPHS OVER ADVERSITY
campus this January day, and as Kevin Turner strides into ... Michigan as Turner led the way with 17 points. ... Take it from Wayne Gretzky.
The Loneliest Losers
Fifteen years ago SMU's powerhouse football program was obliterated by a pay-for-play scandal and the NCAA's first "death penalty." Since then 20 other college programs--including Alabama football this year--have qualified for the ultimate sanction, but all have been spared. Why hasn't the NCAA dropped the death bomb again? Much of the answer lies in the athletic rubble at SMU.