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Wednesday, 25 January 2006 23:39

Magic Johnson

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Being in the presence of Earvin “Magic” Johnson and hearing him laugh is like sitting near a warm fireplace with a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter’s day. As a matter of fact, there’s a lot of warmth that comes from the man, who is bigger in person than you can ever imagine... his heart, his kindness, and his great accomplishments precede him. Nevertheless, in the end, it’s always the smile that gets you.
Saturday, 26 November 2005 21:27

Jason Taylor

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Yeah, go ahead, call him a “pretty boy.” Miami Dolphins defensive end Jason Taylor won’t shed you a tear. He admits it; he is a pretty boy. He will tackle and knock you clean off your cleats. He will sack you and toss you like a piece of meat. Then, he’ll tear his helmet off, smile at the cameras, and throw back a glass of milk as a bunch of kids rush him.
Monday, 01 August 2005 23:51

Chad Johnson

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These words of advice come from Cincinnati Bengals Pro-Bowl wide receiver Chad Johnson and are in reference to his quest for the ultimate exotic sports car, but he could have easily been referring to himself. No. 85 always does it big: the fifth-year Bengal has become as famous for his incredible catches—for big yardage—as he has for his often outlandish but inspiring celebrations in the end zone. Around the NFL, Johnson has developed into a big—and we are talking, No.1—deal.
Sunday, 31 July 2005 21:44

Carmelo Anthony

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It wasn’t that long ago that carmelo anthony was pushing a trusty green chrysler concord on baltimore streets. It was 2001 to be exact. That was before a basketball-loving world would know him simply as melo. It was before he would lead his syracuse team to the championship. It was before he would average 21 points a game in his nba rookie year as a denver nugget small forward, giving espn sports analysts something to talk about on nightly sports center broadcasts. And it was before he had the $20 million nike endorsement and his own piece of candy—the melo…
Saturday, 30 July 2005 00:31

Paul Rodriguez, Jr.

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It is the stuff of childhood dreams. You know, the ones flittering about the mind of every young skateboarder. One day, maybe—just maybe—all those afternoons spent suffering skinned knees and elbows will mean more than just good times. Paul Rodriguez, Jr. is living those dreams, and he is proof that those skinned knees and elbows can lead to bigger things. How about $50,000? At the 2004 X-Games, Paul Jr., who just turned 20 on New Year’s Eve, won gold in the jam format, exhibiting the type of smooth performance that top pro skaters Kerry Getz and Mike Carroll had foreseen…
Saturday, 21 May 2005 01:29

Stevie Williams

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Stevie Williams holds nothing back. His unforgiving skating style is self-described as straight ghetto. In other words, Stevie brings to the skateboarding game a raw, street style that goes beyond the skate park. We’re talking mad street skills here.
Saturday, 21 May 2005 00:57

Al Harris

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In the ever-expanding DUB universe, unbelievable automobile collections and the unabashed glamour of their respective superstar owners are practically par for the proverbial course. Expensive and exclusive exotics, Boeing-sized SUVs, and the latest luxury sedans grace virtually every page of our magazine—all of them seemingly adorned with enough bling, bells, and whistles to satisfy our celebrity subjects’ every wish and whim.
Thursday, 19 May 2005 20:46

Brian Deegan

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On a more serious note, Deegan is amazing—in an insane sort of way. “Competition drives me,” he said. “When it comes to Freestyle, I don’t like to lose. I’ve always wanted to win.
Monday, 16 May 2005 23:25

Stephon Marbury

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There is no practicing or working out for Marbury during the off-season. Playing intensely for three quarters of the year, the time off is a welcome respite for the Knicks playmaker.