Coach's Edge, a Lawrence-based company was sold last week to
SportVision, a New York-based media company. The company's
executive vice president, Jeff Jonas, is pictured with their
virtual playbook software that is featured during CBS broadcasts of
the NCAA Basketball Tournament.
New York Knicks' Latrell Sprewell gets a hug from Marcus Camby
after Sprewell's game winning shot gave the Knicks a 84-83 victory
over the Toronto Raptors in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference First
Round play-offs Wednesday, April 26, 2000 at Madison Square Garden
in New York. The Knicks lead the best-of-five series 2-0.
KU's Courtney Wright (4) catches a pop fly during the second game
Sliding Safely at home is KU's Christi Musser (#8) and teammate Amy
Hulse watches the play unfold as WSU's catcher Erin Mikelson waits
for the ball during the first game.
Lawrence High School senior Will Epko, 18, ggets behind the wheel
to play "Rush 2049."
A game controller awaits the right touch.
Cody Buckley, 14, loves playing video games more than just about
For Joe Vella, 14, a ninth-grader at Central Junior High School,
the game of choice is video pinball.