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At 77 Can Schenectady’s Pat Riley Do More Push Ups Than You?
At 77 Can Schenectady’s Pat Riley Do More Push Ups Than You?
He has won five NBA championships as a head coach, with two different franchises. He is a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. And, the Miami Heat president, that starred at the former Linton High School in Schenectady some six decades ago, told the media on Monday that he can still do more push ups at 77 than they can!
The 411 With ADRI V The Go Getta
The 411 With ADRI V The Go Getta
So it looks like the Save The Date's have been sent out and I didn't get one?!?!? TMZ got a hold of the save the date reminders and it look like D. Wade and Gabrielle Union are rumored to be set to marry August 30, 2014. The couple have been through a lot this year from the proposal and  the new addition to the family (a baby with another woman) It looks like they are not allowing what other peopl
Ray Allen Hits Game Tying Three To Send NBA Finals Game Six To Overtime [VIDEO]
Ray Allen Hits Game Tying Three To Send NBA Finals Game Six To Overtime [VIDEO]
Ray Allen is the best three point shooter of all time. But no shot in his entire career was more meaningful to his team than the one he hit at the end of regulation in last night's Game Six of the NBA Finals. A miss would have resulted in the Heat's elimination. Instead, he buries the shot, the Heat win in overtime, and we are going to Game Seven.
Heating Up
Heating Up
LeBron James scored 32 points, and the Miami Heat beat the Indiana Pacers, 99-76, in the seventh and deciding game of the Eastern Conference finals in Miami on Monday night.
King James Crowned
King James Crowned
The NBA named Miami Heat forward LeBron James its Most Valuable Player for the 2013 season on Sunday. It was the fourth time in five years James, 28, has won the award. A day before the Heat were to begin the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Chicago Bulls, James joined Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan, Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain, as the only players in league history to win the