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Friday, February 29, 2008

What a year in basketball! (so far)

There have been big trades in the NBA, perhaps bringing the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers back to playing each other for a championship. Bob Knight resigned in the middle of the season. The Indiana men's coach had to resign in the middle of the season, because of recruiting violations. Yao Ming was injured, ruining his chances of an NBA championship this year, and, probably of playing for China in China for the Olympics, LeBron James became the youngest NBA player ever to score 10,000 points. What's next?

I'd like to highlight two other big developments. I heard Doris Burke calling a men's college game, not as a sideline interviewer, but calling the game. C. Vivian Stringer has become only the third major college women's coach to win over 800 games, and the first African-American coach of either men's or women's major college basketball to do so. Congratulations, ladies!

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