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GOING LIKE BLAZERS
Portland is not just running away from everybody in the NBA, it's mounting an assault on the record books as well.
A QUIET .300 FORMER BOSTON HEADLINER WADE BOGGS KEEPS A HIGH AVERAGE BUT A LOW PROFILE AS HE PREPARES FOR A FOURTH NEW YORK SEASON
He has not told reporters unsolved mysteries better than Robert Stack's, like the one about a twister in Omaha that supposedly swept up one of ...
...BUT ONLY A FARCE IN TOKYO
Ballyhooed by promoters as The War of the Worlds, the Ali-Inoki fiasco ultimately proved to be the bore of the ages.
It's Clear Who's Getting Creamed
The other hasn't lifted a weight since high school. The criminals? Two San Francisco Chronicle reporters who broke open the story—Mark ...
In Bushey Park the Cry Was, 'Batsman Up'
Some 20 years ago the good name of the American Third Air Force was shockingly threatened, finally driving a base commander in England to desperate—albeit sporting—measures
'They Don't Pay Nobody To Be Humble'
So says Deion Sanders, the defensive back who has lit up the Atlanta Falcons with his gold chains and electric style of play. But there is more than glitter to Prime Time
HOW SWEET IT IS BY ONCE AGAIN BEATING AL DAVIS'S RAIDERS, THE CHIEFS FELT THEY GOT THEIR JUST DESERTS
assistant Al LoCasale informed beat reporters that White would not be taking questions. When a reporter asked for an explanation, LoCasale shot back, "That's a ...
THEY LOVE HERMAN AND WILLIE
Generally a manager paid $40,000 a year is paid $30,000 for managing and $10,000 for answering reporters' questions and furnishing them with angles for ...
AND THE STREAK GOES ON
Meanwhile, the Milwaukee Journal, The Chicago Sun-Times and the New York Daily News (combined circulation: 2,670,000) sent reporters to ...