Eagles running back LeSean McCoy hurdles Lions safety Louis Delmas on on his way to scoring a touchdown on Dec. 8, 2013 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The snow didn’t slow McCoy down one bit as “Shady” ran for 217 yards with two TDs in the Eagles 34-20 win. (Hunter Martin/Philadelphia Eagles/Getty Images)
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Tommy Heinsohn after Jared Sullinger hit a jumper to put the C’s ahead by 5 late in the fourth.
Ugh! That was the last thing they needed. Tankapalooza 2013 is turning into an abject failure. The East sucks, Brad Stevens is the coach they should’ve hired next year, and now with every win I have Tommy Heinsohn’s delusional idea of how the modern NBA works rubbing it into my face that my team will be mired in mediocrity for the next ten years. Thanks Mike Gorman for telling me that my under .500 team will be in first place in their division. I’m sorry, when did we start celebrating division championships in Boston?
Michael Jordan guards Len Bias during a Jan. 1984 game between Maryland and North Carolina. Len Bias, who died two days after being selected No. 2 overall in the 1986 NBA Draft, would’ve celebrated his 50th birthday today (Nov. 18). (Manny Millan/SI)