The true spirit of our Founding Fathers was celebrated this week in Bayonne, New Jersey, where the local quacks, racists, and morons were allowed to voice their stupid views at a zoning hearing.
The Syracuse athletic department retired the jerseys of former college basketball stars Roosevelt Bouie and Louis Orr—known in their heyday as the "Louie and Bouie Show"—at halftime of Saturday's game. Apparently, no one spell-checked the names on the jerseys, because Bouie's wasn't right.
Poor Michael Hoomanawanui. If any family members or fans want to show their support and buy the tight end's jersey from the NFL Pro Shop, it might be a couple letters short of his actual last name. For some reason, the previewed jersey can't fit Hoomanawanui's full last name.
This is how ugly that Cavaliers-Nets series has become: The Nets scored six fourth-quarter points, on the road, facing elimination ... and they won by 11 points. As the Bulls-Pistons series stirs slowly back to life, this plodding, limping joke of a series still stumbles along, one team emerging victories because …