Former Syracuse Nationals legend Dolph Schayes died Thursday morning at the age of 87, said his son, Danny. The NBA star and Central New York icon was diagnosed with terminal cancer six months ago.
May 6, 2016 | 9:48 am EDT Update
“Yes I can. You’re not trying to hurt them, but you’ve got to take somebody out,” Barkley repeated. “When a team is just embarrassing you shooting 3s when the game is way over just trying to set a record … if you keep shooting 3s, I’ve got to take you down one time really hard.” Lue disagreed with Barkley. “I don’t think there’s any place in our game to take someone out because they’re playing well,” Lue said. “I think you can get yourself to play harder to stop a team from playing well, but when it gets to the point of trying to hurt guys or take guys out, that’s just not right. … I don’t believe in taking guys out or trying to hurt guys because a team is playing well.”
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) has selected sports journalist David Aldridge as the recipient of the association’s 2016 Legacy Award. The award is presented annually to a black print, broadcast, digital or photojournalist of extraordinary accomplishment who has broken barriers and blazed trails.