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I was a member of Hofstra's freshman team in 1962 when Nisenson began piling up varsity points with an unusually high arching jumper that was impossible to impede, even when frustrated opponents resorted to roughing up the scrawny guard, breaking his nose numerous times. Upon graduation, he was the school's all-time leading scorer (2,222; 26.8 average), a record he held for a remarkable 43 years before it was broken last season by Antoine Agudio, who had the benefit of a fourth year.

Two nights later, Tilden High School will host the second annual Alanzo George Classic; the home team plays Brooklyn Tech at 5 p.m. with RDR engaging New Utrecht at 7. Months ago, when I told you about how a car accident left the team captain (set to attend Manhattan College on scholarship) a quadriplegic, many readers wanted to know if there was going to be a fundraiser. This is it.

I'm excited to tell you Zo has made powerful progress in the past 18 months. What's more, only last week, thanks to Ed Rose and the Maxim Group Family, he and his mother (Laverene) and 8-year-old brother (Lorenzo) moved into a custom-designed home in Canarsie that caters to his every special need.

Zo's mood is good. His motivation is astonishing. Please log on to for the particulars on how to help insure his rehabilitation can continue using expert medical care.

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News » Sir Charles was right about King James

Sir Charles was right about King James

Sir Charles was right about King James
Don't know if it's the spirit of the season, the Spirits of St. Louis or the spirits I imbibed to wash down good drumsticks and bad football, but I find myself siding with Sir Cumference in "his" evaluation of LeBron James' approach to free agency 20 months from now.

I haven't stunned myself like this since The Mysterious J. bought me that Pocket Taser — for her amusement, she said.

"If I was LeBron James, I would shut the hell up," Charles Barkley decreed last week. "I'm getting so annoyed he's talking about what he's going to do in two years. I think it's disrespectful to the game. I think it's disrespectful to the Cavaliers."

I say, "Amen, brother." If we can overlook, for the moment that is, that Barkley never has known when it's wise to hit mute — or how he made an on-and-off-the-court career of disrespecting the game, its fans and franchises in Philadelphia, Phoenix and Houston, and whose hearty partying during consecutive conference semifinals against the Rockets in 1994 and '95 (after the Suns went up 2-0 both times) cost the organization two trips to the Finals, er, championships.

As dutifully noted here last week, the good things about the early 2008-09 season (including your 14-3 Cavs, victors in 13 of 14, the last eight wins by at least 11 points) have been obscured by raging speculation surrounding the LeBron-led 2010-11 free agent class.

Hey, if the league has (in theory) tampering penalties in place for teams and their executive branch, why not implement a business-casual gag order for players who may or may not be playing out their contracts?

That way, when fans, the media and Tarot readers seek what the future holds, LeBron might be more inclined to remember who currently cuts him a check the lst and 15th — and respond to questions accordingly.

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