Boss’s Boycott: The Bonds Vanishes By Dave Zirin

Posted in BALCO, Barry Bonds, Bill Haywood, Bill Simmons, Blogroll, Boston Red Sox, Bud Selig, Dartmouth, Dave Zirin, ESPN,, Leon Trotsky, Major League Baseball, Mark Starr, Mickey Mantle, Mike Gimbel, MLB Player's Association, Montreal Expos, Newsweek, Norm Cash, Peter magowan, Russian Revolution, San Francisco Giants, Ted Williams, TSF on May 12th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

How many home runs would Barry Bonds hit if there weren’t so much of these?

DZ stops by TSF yet again to drop some real rap on Bonds being grounded

The Commissar Vanishes is a coffee table book for only the dourest of coffee tables. The hard-covered volume is a photographic compilation of the way that Josef Stalin systematically erased his chief political opponents, Leon Trotsky and his followers, from the history of the Russian Revolution.

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NBA On TNT Playoff Notes: Do Not Count Out The Spurs!

Posted in Boston Celtics, Byron Scott, Charles Barkley, Cheryl Miller, Chris Paul, Cleveland Cavaliers, Craig Sager, David West, Emmanuel "Manny" Ohonme, Ernie Johnson, Fabricio Oberto, Greg Popovich, Inside the NBA, Kenny Smith, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Marv Albert, Mike D\'Antoni, NBA On TNT, NBA playoffs, New Orleans Hornets, New York Knicks, Peja Stoyakovic, Rajon Rondo, Reggie Miller, Sam Casell, Samaritan's Feet, San Antonio Spurs, Sports Illustrated, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Wally Szczerbiak on May 12th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

(Photo:Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE/Getty Images)

For the first time in the playoffs, Chris Paul was outplayed by a quicker Tony Parker

Congratulations to Robert Horry for tying Kareem Abdul Jabbar’s NBA playoff games record of 237.

Is he a Hall of Fame Player? Why or why not?

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