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

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."

March Madness Basketball – Eastern Kentucky Wins – North Carolina Beats Duke – PAC-10 Plays Thursday – USC and UCLA Play

March Madness Basketball – Eastern Kentucky Wins – North Carolina Beats Duke – PAC-10 Plays Thursday – USC and UCLA Play

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(Best Syndication) Eastern Kentucky (Richmond KY) won the Ohio Valley Conference tournament in the first buzzer beater in March Madness. The 6-foot 7-inch Josh Taylor beat the clock with 2.9 seconds remaining.

Although the 65-team field will be announced Sunday on CBS, the major conferences begin their tournaments Wednesday and Thursday. Three bids will be determined tonight with championship games in the Colonial (7, ESPN), West Coast (9, ESPN) and Metro Atlantic (9, ESPN2) and three more Tuesday night in the Mid-Continent (7, ESPN), Horizon (9, ESPN) and Sun Belt (9, ESPN2).

Jeff Gordon’s Car Too Low – Must Start Dayton 500 Near Last After Finishing Qualifying Race In – Mechanic Mistake - NASCAR

Jeff Gordon’s Car Too Low – Must Start Dayton 500 Near Last After Finishing Qualifying Race In – Mechanic Mistake - NASCAR

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(Best Syndication) A mechanic made a mistake and it cost Jeff Gordon dearly, as NASCAR officials said he will start 42 in a field of 43 cars in Sunday’s Daytona 500. When asked about it at a news conference after winning the second twin 150-mile qualifying race Thursday, Gordon was surprised, “Are you serious? That sucks. I'm mad about that right now." He was unaware of the infraction.

The inspectors said that his number 24 Monte Carlo was almost an inch too low. When asked what the penalty should be, Gordon said he was not sure. "I mean, I think I should start the Daytona 500 on Sunday, but where I start will be the other thing".

Lakers Lose To Cavaliers In Final Quarter Making Their Two Week Record 3-5 – Final Score 99-90 As Kobe Bryant Gets Shut Down Las

Lakers Lose To Cavaliers In Final Quarter Making Their Two Week Record 3-5 – Final Score 99-90 As Kobe Bryant Gets Shut Down Last Minutes

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(Best Syndication) The Lakers’ loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers Sunday was the fifth loss for the Lakers in eight games. Sasha Pavlovic scored 13 points in the fourth quarter to help block a Lakers win. Pavlovic finished with 21 points.

Kobe Bryant scored 36 points, but even that was not enough to win. The Lakers have been on the road for the last two weeks, and that may help explain their losing record. He scored the first 14 points in the final period, but was unable to score again because of the defense of Larry Hughes.

The final score was 99-90, but the final push came in the forth quarter as Kobe was shut down and the Cavs scored. Although LeBron James had 18 points, eight rebounds and five assists, be let Pavlovic and others score down the final stretch.

Super Bowl 2007 XLI A Wet One – Colts Beat Bears 29-17 – Manning Gets MVP and Dungy Because First African American Coach To Win

Super Bowl 2007 XLI A Wet One – Colts Beat Bears 29-17 – Manning Gets MVP and Dungy Because First African American Coach To Win

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(Best Syndication) The Critics said that the Colts did not have the defense to win this Super Bowl, but who listens to critics anyway. The Indianapolis Colts beat the Chicago Bears 29-17 behind Peyton Manning who threw for 247 yards and a touchdown. Although this was the first rain storm in Superbowl history, the Bears refuse to blame their loss on the weather.

Things did not start off so well for the Colts when Devin Hester returned the opening kickoff for a 92-yard return and touchdown. That was a first in Superbowl history. The rain forced five turnovers in the first half, but it did not stop the Colts offense.

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