Scores for January 29, 2013


Golden State « 108
Cleveland 95


Milwaukee « 117
Detroit 90


Dallas 104
Portland « 106


New Orleans 106
LA Lakers « 111

College Basketball

Final Score
Georgia Tech 60
Clemson « 63


Final Score
19 NC State 55
Virginia « 58


Final Score
North Carolina « 82
Boston College 70

High School Basketball
Riverside Military Academy 64
Rabun County << 82

Yesterday was media day at the Super Bowl. The San Francisco 49ers were up first and Randy Moss declared himself the best wide receiver of all-time. The Baltimore Ravens were next and retiring linebacker Ray Lewis drew the most attention during his team’s hour-long session. Reports surfaced that the star linebacker may have used a banned substance to help him recover from his torn triceps this season. Lewis wouldn’t give much of a response when asked about the story that broke Tuesday.

Exactly two months after signing B.J., 28, to the largest free-agent contract in franchise history and introducing him as their new center fielder, the Braves introduced Justin Upton as their new left fielder during a similar news conference in the same Turner Field auxiliary clubhouse. Justin pulled on his new #8 Braves jersey for the first time yesterday (he wore No. 10 with the Diamondbacks, but that number belonged to Chipper Jones for 19 seasons and won’t be worn by another Brave with Jones now retired.)

Alex Rodriguez has been once again linked to performance-enhancing drugs. According to the Miami New Times, Rodriguez’s name was found in the records of a Miami anti-aging clinic that allegedly supplied the New York Yankees third baseman and other big league players with performance-enhancing substances.Rodriguez, though, has denied the story.