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This just in: Speaking of Isiah, er, Isaiah, it warms my heart to see J(ust) R(eleased) Rider earn some updated pictures and prints after being booked in Los Angeles for driving a car which apparently wasn't his.

You could have knocked me over with a subpoena. Booked and cut loose last weekend, Rider, 37, is scheduled to appear in court later this month. To ring in the New Year, Rider was arrested in northern California last January following a dispute with a cab driver. He pleaded guilty to a cavalcade of charges, including felony cocaine possession, battery, evading a police officer and breaking the business casual dress code.

In an unrelated development, Walsh said he would withhold judgment before observing Rider in person.


Props to Max Mosley, president of Formula One's governing body, for being implicated in a Nazi role-playing orgy.

In a shameless attempt to market this incident, all F1 autos shall now be equipped with sidecars.


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Jackson would be perfect fit for Knicks


Jackson would be perfect fit for Knicks
This may be a first (and a last) in the New York City Metro Area.

Inevitably, if one newspaper endorses a certain candidate for a powerful political position, its rivals will endorse someone else. The same holds true in sports regarding top-shelf managerial and coaching vacancies.

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