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1) Roger Williams University School of Law (Class of 2013)
2) SUNY Albany (Class of 2009)
1) Radio Knockout: Featured Columnist
2) Q2 Sports Entertainment: Junior Client Manager
3) New York State Assembly
4) Police Athletic League/New York Mets
1) Amateur Boxing (ICON Boxing; Welterweight)
2) College Rugby (Albany Great Danes; Wing)
3) High School Varsity Lacrosse (Midwood Hornets; Midfield)
This is the right blog for anyone who wants to find out about this topic. You realize so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I actually would want…HaHa). You definitely carros
put a new spin on a topic thats been written about for years. Great stuff, just great!
I reviewed your article on the Five Greatest Professional Handicapped Playersof all time. However, I was wondering if you know about Boid Buie. Mr. Buie lost his arm at the age of 17. He went on to play professional basketball with the Harlem Globetrotters, signing with them in 1947. During his tenture with the Globetrotters, Buie averaged 18 points per game.
The Globetrotters were initially a serious competitive team, and despite a flair for entertainment, they would only clown for the audience after establishing a safe lead in the game. In 1939, they accepted an invitation to participate in the World Professional Basketball Tournament, where they met the New York Rens in the semi-finals in the first big clash of the two greatest all-black professional basketball teams. The Rens defeated the Globetrotters and went on to win the Tournament, but in 1940 the Globetrotters avenged their loss by defeating the Rens in the quarterfinals and advancing to the championship game, where they beat the Chicago Bruins in overtime by a score of 37–36.
The Globetrotters beat the premier professional team, the Minneapolis Lakers (led by George Mikan), for two years in a row in 1948 and 1949, with the Lakers winning later contests. The February 1948 win (by a score of 61–59, on a buzzer beater) was a hallmark in professional basketball history, as the all-black Globetrotters proved they were on an equal footing with the all-white Lakers.
Mr. Buie played with the Globetrotters until 1965 when he started his own professional basketball team, The Harlem Stars.
It's a tiny bit late as it took longer than expected to write it, but my review of 2009 is finally here! Last year's one won the AOTD award and hopefully I've done enough on this one to equal that feat, but I'll leave you to be the judge of that!
With 25 great moments from 12 different sports, and with everyone from Barcelona to France, the Yankees to the Lakers, and Usain Bolt to Tiger Woods there is something for everyone in this slideshow, plus a ranked top ten as the final slide!
If you get a chance would you mind checking it out? Cheers!
Can the Giants beat the Broncos?
Check out what's in store for the NFL's week six action!
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I would love to get a Giants fan take on my breakdown of Sunday's game.
this man belongs in Canton :
I felt you might get a kick out of this little piece. It has an important message for everyone. Let me know what you think of it in the comments section.
Daniel Barber aka Hotnuke
So after suffering a broken finger ive been able to write a little bit more. LOL. Check out my latest please, comments are always welcomed