B-BALL


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B-BALLBasketball
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As an avid basketball fan, Ballmer would have patted backsides with one of the greatest SuperSonic players in B-ball historyC*
College b-ball was well represented, of course, but there were also legends like Magic Johnson, Tommy Lasorda and Mike Fratello (along with country music star Kenny Chesney) on hand to honor Tom Izzo and Tony Dungy and support Vitale's drive for the V Foundation and cancer research.
The 46-year-old star, who officially retired from the NBA in 2003, was inducted in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame for his great B-ball career spanning 15 years, which saw him bag 10 championship titles with the Chicago Bulls.
* Beastie Boy Adam Yauch proves he's got game with this lively b-ball documentary about the 2006 Elite 24 Hoops Classic, which brought together the nation's top 24 high school players for a game at Harlem's Rucker Park.
21,000-sq.-ft, home nestled on 100 acres; includes b-ball court, racquetball court, and pool.
Kids play some b-ball or just talk, joke around, and have fun.
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These b-ball magicians thrilled thousands of patrons each summer with dazzling ball-handling, incredible hang time, no-look passes and dunks that rattled the boards and shook the basic fundamentals of basketball.
So, why cram b-ball drills and defensive slides into an already hectic schedule that requires serious study time for pre-calculus and anatomy?
(10/99); UH-Hilo's Big Island Invitational b-ball tourney to be televised on regional Fox Network, with potential audience of 50 million homes for championship game (11/99); Sid Fernandez, City's director of sports industry development, bo ws out, responsibilities assumed by City's economic development director, Manny Menendez (1/00);.