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Tony Parker Marries Eva Longoria Outside Paris France

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Tony Parker Marries Eva Longoria Outside Paris France

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(Best Syndication) Tony Parker and Eva Longoria got married Saturday at a church across from the Louvre Museum in France. The NBA champion and the star of "Desperate Housewives" exchanged vows in front of a group of VIP guests including actors, athletes, and musicians.

Longoria wore a silk wool and silk gazar scoop-back mermaid gown embroidered with silver metallic, according to a report from Access Hollywood. The gown, which had a 5-foot-long train, was designed by Angel Sanchez, a spokeswoman for the designer said. Parker wore French menswear label De Fursac, which he models for.

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Lakers Lose At Staples Center 113-110 On Sunday – Unlikely To Pull Out Stoudemire – Kobe and Phil Jackson Disagree

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Lakers Lose At Staples Center 113-110 On Sunday – Unlikely To Pull Out Stoudemire – Kobe and Phil Jackson Disagree

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(Best Syndication) The Lakers season may be winding down as they are being out-gunned by the Phoenix Suns. Kobe Bryant was held to just three points in the forth quarter, while Suns Amare Stoudemire scored 24 points in the game. Steve Nash finished with 23 assists, just one shy of the Magic Johnson NBA record.

The Lakers lost to the Suns 113-100 Sunday right here at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. In the second quarter the Lakers tried to make it a game. Kobe, in a crowd hit a bucket, and then Sasha Vujacic stole the ball on the inbound pass to score within just a few seconds of Kobe.

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Lakers Lose To Phoenix Suns 95 to 87 In First Game of Playoffs

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Lakers Lose To Phoenix Suns 95 to 87 In First Game of Playoffs

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(Best Syndication) Kobe went from fantastic to miserable in the Sunday Lakers game against the Suns. This was game one in the NBA playoffs. The Suns ended up beating the Lakers 95-87 with a forth quarter rally.

This was the second straight year that the Lakers met the Suns in the NBA playoffs. If you got bored and left the game at half-time, you would have been surprised the Lakers lost. Lakers had double digit leads in the first half and were up by 9 at the half.

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USC Going To Sweet 16 – If Trojans Beat North Carolina On Friday They Go To The Elite Eight – NCAA College Basketball

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USC Going To Sweet 16 – If Trojans Beat North Carolina On Friday They Go To The Elite Eight – NCAA College Basketball

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(Best Syndication) When you think of USC, you think of football, right? This year the USC basketball team has gone from sixth best in their conference to number one. Most agree that the addition of two freshmen has a lot to do with their success.

Daniel Hackett should be playing his senior season in high school, but instead he's playing like a college senior with years of NCAA Tournament experience. Taj Gibson has provided the boost needed for the Trojan success this year.

This is the best season in six years for the Trojans. Nick Young said "It was very hard for us, very tough for Gabe, Lod and me being here and then, all of a sudden, we just got some great freshmen that came in and helped lift us. Now we're playing great. Like I said, I hope we just keep it up."

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Lakers Coach Phil Jackson Says NBA Has Witch Hunt Against Kobe Bryant – Said Vendetta Against Star Player – Everyone Does It

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Lakers Coach Phil Jackson Says NBA Has Witch Hunt Against Kobe Bryant – Said Vendetta Against Star Player – Everyone Does It

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(Best Syndication) Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson says the National Basketball Association is conducting a “witch hunt” against star player Kobe Bryant. Kobe was disciplined for the third time in six weeks when he elbowed Philadelphia's Kyle Korver in the jaw during last Friday's game.

After the weekend the NBA decided to assess the foul as a flagrant 1 penalty. This prompted Jackson’s response on Tuesday "It shouldn't even have been a flagrant I." Jackson went on to tell the LA Times that "That's crazy. That's a vendetta. They have a witch hunt going on. It's nuts. Guys riding somebody. Everybody does that in this league. It's just becoming a witch hunt now."

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