Author Archives: Big Z

Phil Jackson Shown the Door Before Being Able to Burn the Place Down

New York Times – A little more than three years after being brought in as the savior of the Knicks, Phil Jackson is out as team president. Jackson was informed of the team’s decision on Tuesday. Jackson, 71, who won … Continue reading

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I Wish I Loved Anything in This World as Much as Danny Ainge Loves Making Trades

Boston Herald – The Celtics agreed to terms with Philadelphia [Saturday] night on a trade that will send the No. 1 overall pick in Thursday’s NBA draft to the Sixers in exchange for this year’s third overall pick and a protected … Continue reading

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Friday Morning Randomness

Bob’s last show, from ten years ago yesterday. Hard to believe Drew’s been messing up the rules hosting for almost ten years himself.

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3-on-3 Basketball is Now an Olympic Event

Business Insider – On Friday the IOC announced a number of new events that will be included in the upcoming 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Most notable among these new additions for basketball fans is the inclusion of 3-on-3 basketball for … Continue reading

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Friday Morning Randomness

Section 42. Row 37. Seat 21. 502 feet. 71 years ago today, Ted Williams hit the longest home run @FenwayPark. — Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) June 9, 2017  

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David Price’s start tonight just got a whole lot more interesting

USA Today – Red Sox pitcher David Price is not on good terms with the media in Boston. Price plans to only speak to news reporters on days he pitches and no longer give personal interviews… On Wednesday night, following … Continue reading

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#TBT – The Museum

Star Tribune — Green Heinz ketchup? Fat-free Pringles? Colgate frozen lasagna? You don’t need to be an expert to know these products weren’t successful. Which is why these creations, with dozens of others, feature in the new Museum of Failure, … Continue reading

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