News archive from 13 January 2013

Iman Shumpurt medically cleared to return to NY  Knicks, could see first action against Pistons in London 

Iman Shumpurt medically cleared to return to NY  Knicks, could see first action against Pistons in London 

Mike Woodson continues to lament his team's "slippage" in physical play and defensive intensity, but the Knicks might not be without one of their top defensive players beyond Sunday's home game against New Orleans. Iman Shumpert has been...

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Milton Jennings scores 21, Clemson beats Virginia 59-44

CLEMSON, S.C. Milton Jennings is done passing up shots that he and his Clemson coaches know he can make. The Tigers senior, one of just two upperclassmen on the roster, scored a season's-best 21 points on five 3-pointers and added 11 rebounds in...

 

Saturday's College Basketball

EAST American U. 72, Colgate 63 Becker 58, Regis 54 Brown 71, Daniel Webster 34 Charlotte 58, Rhode Island 50 Cornell 103, Old Westbury 84 Georgetown 67, St. John's 51 Kansas St. 65, West Virginia 64 LIU Brooklyn 86, Mount St. Mary's 72 La Salle 71,...

 

Pau Gasol still not cleared to play

Pau Gasol still hasn't been cleared for basketball activity. The Lakers forward-center has been out with a concussion since taking a JaVale McGee arm to the nose on Jan. 6 during a loss to the Denver Nuggets. Gasol will be reevaluated before the...

 

Chicago Tribune/WGN-Ch. 9 Athlete of the Month | Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis

Travis Walton experienced the evolution of Marian Catholic junior point guard Tyler Ulis' game last summer. Walton, the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 while at Michigan State, spent several hours working out with his cousin at the Lima,...

 

Manchester United vs. City: Soccer rivalry where colors matter

MANCHESTER, England -- Mulligans, hidden on a dark one-way street in the center of England's third-largest metropolis, is typical of many British pubs in that it serves warm beer, hot food and proudly discriminates based on color. In a city fiercely...

 
The Curse of 7-9

The Curse of 7-9

In the Carolina Panthers' 18 years of existence, their most common record is the one they just finished the 2012 season with – 7-9. Nothing else is close. The Panthers have finished 7-9 seven times, more than twice as many times as their...

 

Panthers' Stewart get ankle scoped

Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle Friday – a procedure he believes will allow him to successfully rehab both of his ankles. Stewart missed seven games this past season with ankle issues....

 

NHL Players' Association members vote to ratify new collective bargaining agreement

By Shelly Anderson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Members of the NHL Players' Association voted to ratify the new collective bargaining agreement, another step in moving toward the end of the lockout. The players voted electronically over 36 hours, ending...

 

Bill Cowher: 'No plans on coaching'

Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher addressed reports that he wants to return to coaching by saying that he plans to stay at CBS, where he works as a studio analyst. Cowher, 55, coached the Steelers from 1992-2006. He recently reportedly said...

 
No. 20 NC State upsets No. 1 Duke 84-76

No. 20 NC State upsets No. 1 Duke 84-76

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Top-ranked Duke kept attacking the glass, pulling down offensive rebounds and getting extra baskets to hang around early against North Carolina State. The Blue Devils just couldn't keep it up after halftime. After scoring 16...

 
Genesis of TNA began with Daniels, Kazarian

Genesis of TNA began with Daniels, Kazarian

From wearing Zubaz pants and Gangnam Style dances to sipping on Appletinis and imitating wrestlers, there isn't anything Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian won't do to get a reaction in TNA Impact Wrestling The former world tag team champions of...

 
No. 8 Gophers fall short at No. 5 Indiana 88-81

No. 8 Gophers fall short at No. 5 Indiana 88-81

INDIANAPOLIS -- Tubby Smith knew exactly what No. 8 Minnesota needed to do to upset Indiana: Take care of the basketball and defend the 3-pointers. They didn't do either in the first half Saturday, and it cost them. After digging themselves into a...

 

Fights shut down low-income housing voucher event in Taylor

Police arrested three and broke up several fights early Saturday morning as thousands lined up in Taylor to receive an application to get on a waiting list for housing vouchers."We coordinated with the Taylor Police Department and there was an...

 
Pantry food shortage overcome by donor cash, Levine gift

Pantry food shortage overcome by donor cash, Levine gift

A winter cash and food shortage for Mecklenburg County's pantries has been avoided by an outpouring of support from local donors and a matching grant offered by Sandra and Leon Levine's Leon Levine Foundation. Loaves & Fishes, the county's system...

 

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