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All posts tagged "Sports Nest"
Pro Basketball: Sports Nest: James embodiment of pampered, rich celebrities
By Matt Nestor Sports Columnist Many things came out of the NBA Finals this year. The Dallas Mavericks got past previous failures to win, and Dirk Nowitzki solidified his legacy. Meantime, the debate about LeBron James and...
- Posted June 15, 2011
Sports Nest: Induction ceremony magical experience
By Matt Nestor Sports Columnist The sun had gone down, the air had cooled down. We were in between moments that the entire crowd had shown up for. Jerry Rice and Emmitt Smith both entered the Pro...
- Posted August 11, 2010
Sports Nest: Beckham epitomizes ups and downs of prospects
By Matt Nestor Sports Columnist As the Chicago White Sox get ready to try to make some moves to get ready for the stretch playoff run, you can’t help but look at the curious case of Gordon...
- Posted July 28, 2010
Sports Nest: Conference realignment gives us funny math, geography
By Matt Nestor Sports Columnist The landscape of the college world is going through dramatic changes. Conference expansion. Conference implosion. The Big Ten now has 12 teams. The Big Twelve now has 10 teams. The Pacific Coast...
- Posted June 16, 2010