Saturday, August 23, 2014
 
 
 
Legendary NBA dunk machine Darryl Dawkins is convinced Stevie Wonder is fooling the world and can actually see way more than he lets on -- and his proof is the fact Stevie gave him his famous nickname. Back in DD's playing days, Stevie dubbed him Chocolate Thunder ... a totally appropriate moniker if you've ever seen the 7-footer throw down one of his monster jams. But it does raise the question -- how the hell did Stevie know?

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Legendary NBA dunk machine Darryl Dawkins is convinced Stevie Wonder is fooling the world and can actually see way more than he lets on -- and his proof is the fact Stevie gave him his famous nickname. Back in DD's playing days, Stevie dubbed him Chocolate Thunder ... a totally appropriate moniker if you've ever seen the 7-footer throw down one of his monster jams. But it does raise the question -- how the hell did Stevie know?

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Video: SPORTS TUESDAY
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HUMAN JOYSTICK - JAKEEM GRANT, COOPER PIRATES FOOTBALL AND V-BALL, COWBOYS CAMP, FEMALE NBA COACH FOR SPURS  [READ MORE]
 
Take-Two Interactive Software on Tuesday posted better-than-expected revenue in its fiscal first quarter as the video game publisher's "Grand Theft Auto V" and "NBA 2K14" titles continued to see strong demand from gamers. Chief Executive Officer Strauss Zellnick said in an interview "The catalog is performing, digitally delivered revenue is performing, recurrent consumer spending is performing and all of that served to deliver better-than-expected results." Take-Two, which also publishes "BioShock Infinite," said non-GAAP net revenue grew 5 percent to $151.6 million in the quarter ended June 30, from $144.3 million a year ago.

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Take-Two Interactive Software on Tuesday posted better-than-expected revenue in its fiscal first quarter as the video game publisher's "Grand Theft Auto V" and "NBA 2K14" titles continued to see strong demand from gamers. Chief Executive Officer Strauss Zellnick said in an interview "The catalog is performing, digitally delivered revenue is performing, recurrent consumer spending is performing and all of that served to deliver better-than-expected results." Take-Two, which also publishes "BioShock Infinite," said non-GAAP net revenue grew 5 percent to $151.6 million in the quarter ended June 30, from $144.3 million a year ago.

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Want to feel inspired? Meet Becky Hammon, the first woman to be on an NBA coaching staff and specifically to act as an assistant coach. She'll be working for the San Antonio Spurs alongside head coach Gregg Popovich. Hammon isn't the first woman to be hired by an NBA team, but she's the first one to hold a full-time assistant position. Popovich said "I very much look forward to the addition of Becky Hammon to our staff.  [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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