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Several players on the New York Knicks are said to be upset that Penny Hardaway left the team twice this season because he didn’t like his role. That's right! Allan Houston and Tim Thomas, for instance, are both hurt but they’re traveling with the team still. The Nickel, who says he has as sore hamstring, hasn’t been heard from in two weeks. One teammate called him, “ridiculous”, adding, “it’s just not right.” The guy is a cancer. Should that really surprise anybody at all? Short of dealing with a terminal illness, you cannot leave the team and especially for a sore hamstring which you may or may not have.

Hey Nickel, the Knicks suck! If they thought you could help them, don’t you think they’d play you? Be a man. More importantly, be a pro and start showing up. You can’t bail on the people paying you or your teammates. Hell, the Nickel makes Vince Carter look like Pete Rose.

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Pistons clinch Central Division title

Chauncey Billups and the Detroit Pistons gave the Chicago Bulls a taste of playoff basketball. Billups scored 28 points, including the game-winning basket with 8.2 seconds left, to help Detroit clinch the Central Division with an 85-84 overtime victory over Chicago on Monday night. Billups scored seven points in the extra session to lead a Pistons' comeback after Chicago scored the first eight points. Detroit scored 12 of the final 15 points to escape with the victory. The Bulls clinched their first playoff berth since the 1998 season with a 110-97 victory over Toronto on Saturday, but the defending champs gave Chicago a sneak peak of what the playoffs are really going to be like in two weeks.

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Posted by Q Tuesday at 9:450am

It's RaceBook Betting Time

Horse Racing

Lets get at it shall we? Ever wanted to know how the whole horse race gambling thing worked? Well now is your chance to learn. Check back over the next week for our updating lesson in how to gamble on the horses.

Part 5 - Superfecta

With this bet you must pick the first four finishing horses in the order of their finish. In other words, you must pick the horse that wins, the horse that finishes second, the horse that finishes third and the horse that finishes fourth. Since it is very difficult to determine the top four finishing horses without playing a lot of combinations which can be very costly, the superfecta is not a very popular bet among seasoned handicappers. If by chance, the top four finishers are a standout and easily determined, then the return on the wager is generally very low and can easily be smaller than the amount of money required to hit the winning combination. Nevertheless, I will give you the details if you choose to be daring.

The simplest form of this wager is the Straight Superfecta, which is a single combination of the first four finishers. The minimum bet for a Straight Superfecta is $2. To purchase, simply tell the clerk: "$2 Superfecta on 1-2-3-4." A Superfecta is not offered in all races at all tracks (refer to program).

Superfecta Box

The Superfecta Box has a $1 minimum bet per combination -- $24 minimum total cost. You can box four or more horses on a single ticket and wager $1 (or more) on each combination.

Example: To purchase a $1 Superfecta Box using four horses, tell the clerk: "$1 Superfecta Box 11-2-3-4."

The following examples are for a $1 Superfecta Box:

4 horse box ( 24 combinations) Cost $ 24 5 horse box (120 combinations) Cost $120 6 horse box (460 combinations) Cost $460 7 horse box (840 combinations) Cost $840

Superfecta Key

The Key Wager requires the key horse to finish FIRST with any combination of three or more horses finishing second, third and fourth. For example, if your key horse is #5 and your other horses are number's 2, 4, 6 and 8, you will win if #5 finishes FIRST and three of your other four horses finish second, third and fourth.

Example: To make the bet, tell the clerk: "$1 Superfecta Key No. 5 on top of 2, 4, 6 and 8," and the ticket will cost $24. If five horses were coupled with the Key horse, the cost would have been $60, etc.

Superfecta Full Wheel

You may select one or more horses to finish in any given position and combine these selections with all possible entries in the other positions. The number of combinations will vary according to the total number of horses in the race.

Example: If you pick horse #6 to finish FIRST in a 12 horse field and want to have $1 Full Wheel, tell the clerk: "$1 Superfecta 6-All-All-All." The total cost of the ticket is $990. This is another situation where even if you win, it is likely that you will still lose money.

Number of horses in race: 8 9 10 11 12
Cost in this Example: $210 $336 $504 $720 $990

Superfecta Part Wheel

The Superfecta Part Wheel is offered at a $1 minimum bet per combination -- $2 minimum total cost. It is now possible to make a Superfecta wager coupling one or more horses to finish 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

Example: You want the (#4 and #7 in the win position), the ( #1, #4, and #7 in place position), the (#1, #2, #4, #7 and #9 in the show position) and the (#1, #2 #4, #7, #9 and #11 in the fourth position). To bet a $1 on Superfecta on the above example, tell the clerk: "$1 Superfecta Part Wheel (4 7) with (1, 4, 7) with (1, 2, 7, 9) with (1, 2, 7, 9, 11)." There are 36 possible combinations in the bet for a cost of $36. To win, the (4 or 7) must finish FIRST, the (1, 4 or 7) must finish second, the (1, 2, 4, or 7) must finish third, and the (1, 2, 4, 9, or 11) must finish fourth.

As you can quickly see, the cost of the part wheel can be much less than the cost of the full wheel, but it requires you to be more selective and do a better job handicapping.

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Alex Smith - NFL Draft Preview
Entered college as a junior academically because he took so many advanced placement courses in high school, earned a bachelors degree as a 20-year-old sophomore and was working on his masters as a junior...Michigan St. coach John L. Smith is his uncle...Played with USC running back Reggie Bush in high school...Chose to head to the pros since coach Urban Meyer moved on to Florida and should be one of the top signal callers available.

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I really can't say I see anything wrong with this can you? Its a practice that men have participated in since the dark ages. Really when you think about it, its what got us out of the dark ages.

Posted by Gregg Tuesday at 7:15am

Injuries Rising as More Kids Take Up Golf
Alright mom's and dads, time to put your kids in soccer. Golf is too violent. The increasing popularity of children's golf has teed off an upswing in golf-related head injuries among youngsters, a new study finds.

Researchers at the Medical College of Georgia reviewed the cases of more than 2,500 patients under age 19 seen by neurosurgeons between 1996 and 2002. They identified 64 sports-related injuries, including 15 golf-related injuries. Of those injuries, seven were caused by golf cart accidents, seven by golf clubs and one by being struck with a golf ball.

Posted by Gregg Tuesday at 6:59am

Former champ Mike Tyson to announce return to ring
Mike Tyson is returning to the ring. The former heavyweight champion will fight for the first time in nearly a year, facing journeyman Kevin McBride on June 11 at Washington's MCI Center, a boxing source told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Monday. Tyson and promoter Marty Wynn planned to announce the bout at a news conference Tuesday, the source said. Lines will be up at soon.
The 38-year-old Tyson is 50-5 with two no contests and 44 knockouts. He lost two of his last three fights. In his most recent outing, in Louisville on July 30, he was stopped in the fourth round by Danny Williams after tearing cartilage in his left knee.
Tyson's last fight ended in a fourth round stoppage by Danny Williams

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