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Old 02-22-2007, 03:13 PM   #496
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The problem was the scheduling.

The All-Star Game was the 3rd most important event in Vegas that weekend behind the Chinese New Year and Fashion Week Event.

Put that much insanity into one weekend and crazy stuff is bound to happen.
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Old 02-22-2007, 04:26 PM   #497
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Breaking News: Former Seattle Supersonics + Boston Celtics point guard Dennis Johnson, who won several rings with the Celtics in the 80s and had a brief head coaching stint with the Clippers in 2002, has collapsed and passed away.
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He was 52 and was playing in a pick-up game, and I think they said he had a heart attack.



R.I.P.
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Wow, he was the coach of the NBDL team here in Austin.

That's crazy.
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Oh man, DJ.

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As a Celtic fan who grew up in the 80's, this just blows me away. He of course was always overshadowed by the Big Three, but what a presence he was on the court. I'll never forget the play where Bird stole the ball and dished it over to him for the layup and win.

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