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  1. In 1974, NC State stood atop hoops world

    Doug Williams

    The image is indelible and the words simple. Six-foot-four David Thompson is in full flight, his hand more than a foot above the rim as he tips the basketball over the long reach and leap of 6-foot-11 Bill Walton. The cover of the April 1, 1974...

    Blog | April 02, 2013
  2. The 33 best streaks in sports history

    Doug Williams

    After seeing the Los Angeles Lakers' winning streak come to an end at 33 games in 1972, forward Jim McMillian said NBA fans had seen something special. "We just finished a streak that I don't believe any other team is going to break," he told the ...

    Blog | March 28, 2013
  3. The scoring machine you've never heard of

    Doug Williams

    When Kevin Bradshaw became an assistant basketball coach at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego in 2008, he realized he was the answer to a trivia question: Whatever happened to Kevin Bradshaw? "When I started [at PLNU] and we would go ...

    Blog | December 17, 2012
  4. Athletes trademarking the phrase that pays

    Doug Williams

    If you're a "man on a mission" who "can't wait" for the next "Linsanity" or "Tebowing" craze to make another athlete "Invinceable" as a businessman, you're probably just an "unbelievably believable" fan. Or, if you read that first sentence and rec...

    Blog | July 13, 2012
  5. How long should fans stew over lost teams?

    Doug Williams

    Adam Brown isn't willing to forgive or forget. He's guarding his grudges with the same intensity Gary Payton used to lock down opposing scorers. Brown, one of the producers of the "Sonicsgate" documentary, which examines the team's departure an...

    Blog | June 21, 2012
  6. Dynamic pricing is new trend in ticket sales

    Doug Williams

    The seat in Section U of the Skyline Deck at Target Field is high above the left-field line and provides a panoramic view of the Minneapolis skyline. From Seat 1 in Row 5, a Twins fan can watch Joe Mauer rip line drives on the diamond below or gaz...

    Blog | April 23, 2012