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  1. Thursday Bullets

    Henry Abbott

    James "Flight" White can really dunk. And he'll be in the D-League's dunk contest. Consider yourselves warned. He'll be up against the defending champion Brent Petway, Patrick Ewing, Jr., and Keith Clark. ESPN's John Hollin...

    Blog | February 05, 2009
  2. Hall of Fame Bullets

    Henry Abbott

    Hakeem Olajuwon Fran Blinebury of the Houston Chronicle on Olajuwon's first days at the University of Houston, when he was still new to basketball: "Michael Young was a high-flying member of those Phi Slama Jama teams and marvels at how far Olajuwon ...

    Blog | September 05, 2008
  3. Still on the Set

    Henry Abbott

    First of all, as I mentioned earlier, one of my missions for my day on the set of these commercials promoting the NBA on ESPN was to hit the craft services table. Mission accomplished. I have been hitting that thing hard -- right down to the free esp...

    Blog | September 26, 2007
  4. "Remember When" YouTube Stuff

    Henry Abbott

    Dajuan Wagner in high school. Kenyon Martin in New Jersey. A Robert Horry tribute. A Patrick Ewing tribute. Derek Anderson (who was just cut by the Heat) back when he was healthy and athletic. This category was practically invent...

    Blog | September 13, 2006
  5. Charley Rosen's All Over-Rated Team

    Henry Abbott

    Charles Barkely, Walt Bellamy, George Gervin, Connie Hawkins, Elvin Hayes, Karl Malone, Bob McAdoo, Pete Maravich, Gary Payton, and David Robinson made the list at FOXSports.com. Patrick Ewing takes the cake: Had he played out of the spotlight in som...

    Blog | August 12, 2005
  6. This is Not a Ewing v. Duncan Poll

    Henry Abbott

    I was just forwarded a series of e-mails from some friends who are by and large Knicks fans. The topic: who's better, Patrick Ewing "in his prime" or Tim Duncan (whose entire career, I'd like to point out, has been prime). It has been suggested that...

    Blog | June 20, 2005