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March 3, 2015
Jackie Joyner-Kerse-53
Herschel Walker-53
Brian Leetch-47
Santonio Holmes-32
Alexander Semin-31
Jason Worilds-27
Dilson Herrera-21

1985: Kevin McHale of the Boston Celtics sets a new team record with 56 points as the Celtics beat the Detroit Pistons 138-129 at the Boston Garden. McHale had a hot hand all game, shooting 22 of 28 from the field. However, his record would only last nine days as Larry Bird scored 60 points in a game against the Atlanta Hawks played in New Orleans.
1. Chris Paul

NBA @ Min
26 pts, 4 reb, 14 ast

DeMar DeRozan

NHL @ Phi
35 pts, 9 reb, 5 ast

Alex Stalock

NHL vs Mtl
20 Save Shutout
Rangers Charge
The NHL trade deadline came and went on Monday, but the biggest deal came one day earlier as the New York Rangers landed Defenseman Keith Yandle from the Arizona Coyotes. The Rangers who last season had a mediocre regular season, but got hot in the playoffs, making it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals where they lost to the Los Angeles Kings in five games. The Rangers looked poised for another long playoff run as they have been the hottest team in the NHL, even without their star Goalie Henrik Lundqvist who is out with a freak vascular injury. The Rangers with Yandle making his Garden debut defeated the NHL leading Nashville Predators 4-1.  Mats Zuccarello who signed a two year extension had two assists for the Blue Shirts. The Rangers are 12-2-2 in their last 16 games, moving into a first place tie with the New York Islanders in the Metropolitan Division with a record of 39-17-6.
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The Forgotten NFL
It's hard to imagine but at one time the NFL was more of a loose confederation of professional football teams, with teams in small towns coming and going on a yearly basis. Some of these teams were legendary and won titles in the early years of the NFL others just faded before anyone ever noticed they were there. This project will begin Phase III of the Sports E-Cyclopedia.

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