Former Bruin Kevin Love Wins 3-Point Shootout

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Minnesota forward Kevin Love won the 3-point Shootout during the NBA’s All-Star Saturday festivities.

Love was consistent throughout, but had to survive a tiebreaker in the first round and sweat out the last few shots from Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant to pull out the 17-14 victory in the final.

Love tied for third in Round 1 with 18, along with Miami’s Mario Chalmers, but beat him 5-4 in a tiebreaker. Defending champion James Jones led all shooters in the opening round with 22 and Durant was next with 20.

Orlando’s Ryan Anderson just missed eliminating both Love and Chalmers, totaling 17 after missing his final 2-point money ball.

Love and Durant both had 16 in Round 2 to advance to the finals, with Jones posting 12.

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Edward Gangi – 3 Favorite Vifdeo Games

1) Mario Brothers – the original for Nintendo

2) Pac Man – arcade version

3) Street Fighter Sega

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Edward Gangi – 3 Best Rock Bands


2) Pink Floyd

3) Led Zeppelin


Dare to challenge?

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Yarn Along 2/1


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Its my first yarn along link up of the year! I have actually done some crocheting this year but keep forgetting to link up for the yarn along. But tonight i remembered! so here i am!! This week i’m finishing up the book Bittersweet (not photoed) and i made significant progress on my blanket that i’ve been working on since early last year. I’m 3/4 of the way through and hoping to finish this month. I think i can I think I can I think i can! Guess i better get working, sorry for the short post but i really want to finish!

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Still turning pages.


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Doughty Scores Winning Goal To Edge Blue Jackets With 1 Second Left


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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Drew Doughty scored a power-play goal with 1 second remaining in the game, lifting the Los Angeles Kings to a 3-2 victory over the last-place Columbus Blue Jackets Wednesday night after an eight-day break.

The Kings also got goals from Dustin Penner and Justin Williams to win their second straight. Jonathan Quick, the lone King to play in last weekend’s All-Star game, picked up where he left off before the break, making 20 saves for his 22nd victory.

The Kings have won eight of their last 10 games against the Blue Jackets, who always seem to give them fits despite being the worst team in the NHL.

Columbus’ Colton Gillies tied the game 2-2 with his first goal of the season on a rebound in front of the net at 4:52 of the third period. Derek Dorsett had the team’s other goal early in the second.

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Grease, Gas, Gears and Fairytales


My week of glorious unwind, began with a rewind.  A rewind to days past, and memories culminated in shiny painted ghosts of a previous era.  Polished and loved to a gleaming shine, there were rows and rows, that gently materialized out of the foggy huge whole,  into colorful, chrome-detailed Firebirds, Challengers, GTO’s, Desoto’s, Mustangs and Chargers.

I had found myself in Scottsdale during Barrett-Jackson week.  It was not by happenstance, but by a sort of divine intervention, also known as my parents, that I wound up in Arizona at this particular moment at this particular time of year.  We didn’t “happen” to be there at the same time as this world-renowned classic car auction, but my Dad had planned it this way, and I was to be his equally-obsessed buddy as we scoured rows upon rows of classic cars.  The day before Barrett-Jackson was to kick off, we somehow found ourselves…

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