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Desperate for somebody to share the blame with, Wayne Huizenga has sold half the Miami Dolphins to Stephen Ross, a New York builder. Huizenga, I'm told, is keeping the 1-7 half and giving his new partner the 0-8 half.
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Posting its first tip-to-whistle domination of the month, No. 12 Georgetown turned in a 73-53 smothering of Cincinnati yesterday at Verizon Center to reclaim command of the Big East regular-season race.
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Reiterating his sentiments from a week ago, Washington Wizards team president Ernie Grunfeld indicated yesterday it's unlikely he will make a trade by today's 3 p.m. deadline.
NEW ORLEANS — Just last week NBA commissioner David Stern said he didn't want to build false hope in guaranteeing New Orleans would be the long-term home of the Hornets.