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SI.com: 'She's not bad'updated: Fri Apr 27 2007 13:03:00

The best referees go unnoticed, but that seems to be a daunting task in today's NBA. Incidents such as the one on April 15 when veteran official Joe Crawford ejected a benched Tim Duncan for laughing achieve the very opposite of this.

SI.com: Big shoes to fillupdated: Thu Apr 05 2007 14:04:00

Gail Goestenkors spent 15 years preparing Duke athletes for the next phase of their lives, teaching them how to overcome challenges on and off the court. Now, she is moving on to her next challenge.

SI.com: Will she or won't she?updated: Wed Mar 21 2007 20:37:00

Hereby a moratorium shall be observed on all draft talk involving Greg Oden and Kevin Durant for the remainder of March Madness. That's because I've stumbled across a far more intriguing draft story which, until today, has gone virtually unnoticed in the NCAA women's tournament.

Bai Ling: Biographyupdated: Wed Oct 25 2006 07:19:00

"I'm a risk taker, an adventurer, a romantic dreamer."

FSB: NBA Idolupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

When the New York Knicks begin their season this month, Jesse Itzler's performances will have basketball fans jumping out of their seats. But Itzler, 36, isn't the team's newest power forward. Rath...

Review: Striking 'Sky Captain' just fliesupdated: Thu Sep 16 2004 15:32:00

"Sky Captain and The World of Tomorrow" is the first feature film to be shot entirely against a blue screen with backgrounds filled in later using computer imagery. Given recent technological advances, a film done like this was just a matter of time.

It's tomorrow once moreupdated: Tue Sep 14 2004 12:35:00

It was a glorious world: the World of Tomorrow.

Fortune: Women's Soccer League Will Have Trouble Scoringupdated: Mon Apr 16 2001 00:01:00

Behind the new Women's United Soccer Association, which debuts this month, are two sets of players: the triumphant athletes from the 1999 U.S. World Cup team, led by superstars Mia Hamm and Brandi ...

Fortune: A LEAGUE OR TWO OF THEIR OWN NOW OR NEVER FOR WOMEN'S BASKETBALLupdated: Mon Jun 23 1997 00:01:00

On June 21 the National Basketball Association will launch its riskiest experiment ever: the Women's National Basketball Association. Positioning this new league is no easy task--five prior women's...

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