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Fans see benefits to clear shot clocks
League’s new see-through devices enable spectators to view all the action
November 25, 2005
Derrick Talton clearly could tell that Utah Jazz forward Mehmet Okur sank his foul shot during a recent NBA game at the new Charlotte Bobcats Arena.
November 25, 2005
Best Bets
November 25, 2005
Austen’s power
New ‘Pride & Prejudice’ film adaptation true to well-loved story
November 25, 2005
Generally cited by Austen adherents (Janeites to you) as the favorite among her six novels, “Pride & Prejudice” is likewise filmland’s preferred Austen property.
Lawrence Datebook
November 25, 2005
On the record
November 25, 2005
Artest powers Pacers past Cavs
Cleveland misses chance to earn 10th victory
November 25, 2005
Ron Artest shut down LeBron James and the streaking Cavaliers.
Atlanta’s lopsided victory means Vick gets rest
Falcons quarterback tosses two touchdown passes, then watches from sidelines in fourth quarter
November 25, 2005
The Atlanta Falcons dominated the Detroit Lions so thoroughly, Michael Vick was able to kick back and relax.
Spartans’ beach bash successful despite record
Michigan State returns to mainland with two losses, but more faith in supporting cast
November 25, 2005
After a grueling road trip, it gets slightly easier now for Michigan State — slightly being the operative word.
This Weekend’s Highlights
November 25, 2005