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San Antonio Spurs, Aborigines and world peace

Thoughts on the NBA Finals: Even when the San Antonio Spurs were up by 20 points last night, I couldn’t relax. I worried that LeBron James and his one-man show would undo all the satisfying, old-school passing, cutting and unselfishness … Continue reading

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LeBron lights up ceiling fan

It was fitting that the lights on my fancy ceiling fan flashed on suddenly during the first half of last night’s Boston-Miami playoff game. LeBron James was lighting up the Boston arena with a stunning display of shooting, and his … Continue reading

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Good values win a victory

LeBron James got it wrong again: the real world is brighter this morning. Millions of sports fans who were sick and tired of a vain braggart strutting around and proclaiming a championship dynasty are delighted with the humbling of James … Continue reading

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Mavericks provide a thriller

My goodness, Game 4 of the NBA Finals really did unfold like a morality play last night. The struggling good guys, the Dallas Mavericks, made another remarkable comeback, thanks to team play, sharp passing  and the remarkable Dirk Nowitzki, who … Continue reading

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NBA Finals as a morality play

Sports and religion have this common: You have to get immersed in them as a kid to feel the passion of a true believer. I went through Our Lady of Lourdes Grammar School firmly believing in heaven and hell. I … Continue reading

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