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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Larry Brown
Larry Brown thinks the New York Knicks have mistreated coach Mike Woodson. If they are going to replace him, he believes it should be with Phil Jackson.
Richard Pitino held his 3-year-old daughter in his arms as his Minnesota team cut down the net at Madison Square Garden.
An exhilarating season for SMU ended a few points shy of a championship.
Kentucky coach John Calipari has certainly learned a lot from Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown.
With two famous names on the sideline, the NIT championship has a New York feel.
Larry Brown already is the only head coach to win both an NCAA and NBA championship. Now he has a chance to add the NIT to his extensive resume - in his old backyard, no less.
The court at Madison Square Garden got quite a workout over the weekend with the East Regional of the NCAA tournament held there.
There were only 1,000 ever made: the 1969 Shelby Mustang GT500. It is a rare find, but now one in mint condition is going up for auction after collecting dust for decades.
Cannen Cunningham scored 17 points to lead SMU to a 68-54 victory Wednesday night over UC-Irvine in the first round of the NIT, giving Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown his first college postseason victory in 26 years.
Before Danny Manning sought a head coaching job, the former Kansas All-American called his college coach, Larry Brown, for a bit of advice.
One of the first things SMU coach Larry Brown told his players after being left out of the NCAA tournament was that he didn't want to hear any crying or complaining.
SMU and Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown are staying home to play in the NIT.
Coach Larry Brown has endured more than he cares of his SMU Mustangs' inability to handle adversity.
Memphis senior guard Joe Jackson closed his home career with a half that carried the No. 20 Tigers to victory.
SMU coach Larry Brown is seeing too much evidence that his 18th-ranked Mustangs don't respond well when things start going poorly.
"That's the way the Knicks get better and give Mike a chance to leave graciously," Brown said. "Because he did a lot for that team, and that's unfortunate, I don't think you treat people like that. And in the long run there is bad karma when you do that."
"You're not going to make the Knicks better by living in L.A. and being there half the time and not talking to your coach," Brown said Monday in an interview with SiriusXM NBA Radio.