Volume 97, Issue 3
Thursday June 5, 2003

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LAST UPDATED: Thursday, June 5, 2003 - 7:45 p.m.

NBA championship no longer a formality

Is the West the best, or is the East ready to feast?

After four years of being chopped liver, the Eastern Conference can finally lay claim to having a prayer of winning the Larry O'Brien Trophy, the basketball equivalent of the Stanley Cup (although it just doesn't quite have the same ring. Sorry Larry)..



The Point After: Hockey fans losing interest

I will admit I am a biased, die-hard Leafs fan. Therefore, anything that doesn't involve the blue and white will have a hard time grabbing my attention.

However, I am still a hockey fan, and even with my bias I have always enjoyed watching the Stanley Cup finals – that is, until this year..




Roy Retires

Last week's retirement of the greatest goalie ever – that's right, ever – signals the end of an era in hockey.
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