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THE WEEK IN REVIEW

HIGHS

THE MARLINS: Every team tries, one way or another, to buy a championship. Wayne Huizenga just did it faster than anyone.

THE NBA: A pat on the . . . uhh . . . back for hiring major-league sports' first female referees.

WARREN MOON: Five touchdown passes in a game less than a month from his 41st birthday. Sometimes the old ones are the best.

LOWS

MOISES ALOU: A championship isn't enough. The Marlins leftfielder complains that "the Dominican people, God and the entire world know that I was the most valuable player" in the World Series. Apparently there is an "I" in "team."

CHARLES BARKLEY: He throws a man through a barroom window, then pouts and threatens retirement if the NBA punishes him. Promises, promises.

MICHAEL HUSTED: Como esta Husted? Piojoso!

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