The Day Before the Spectrum Became a Dream

Posted in Blogroll on March 16th, 2009 by Michael Tillery

March 13th, 2009. The Sixers close the Spectrum down with a 104-101 win against the young Bulls.

Memorable evening.

Doc, Moses, Bobby Jones, Franklin Edwards, Clemon Johnson, Earl Cureton, Wally Jones, Mark Ivaroni–they all were there. I wrote it. I wrote it long. I wanted to thoroughly document the moment like no one could. Rock the piece on SLAM by clicking on the Spectrum pic.

Paralyzed For 21 Years, Man Walks After Brown Recluse Spider Bite

Posted in Blogroll on March 16th, 2009 by Michael Tillery

Embedded video from CNN Video

Monday Morning Starting Five: March 16, 2009

Posted in Blogroll on March 16th, 2009 by Michael Tillery

On the day after the NCAA Tournament field was announced, there are many articles to link to. I give you nine. I’ll have a piece on the Spectrum closing on SLAMonline in a bit. Until then, let’s get it.

Who are the beasts in this NCAA Tournament? (SI.com)

Jay Cutler wants out of Denver. Philly don’t do it (USA Today)

DeMaurice F. Smith to head NFLPA. Damn, I wanted Reggie. Wishful thinking. (WaPo)

Tiger weighs in on the NBA MVP race. I’ll have a Flash piece tomorrow. (Cleveland.com)

Matt Jones released from Jags after getting out of jail early (Jacksonville.com)

NIT field .pdf (NIT.org)

Discovery nears Space Station and so does debris (AP)

President Obama braces for an inevitable backlash (International Herald Tribune)

Drive by pundrity? (WaPo)