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Thursday’s Morning Mashup: Former White Sox executive indicted

11.11.10 at 7:45 am ET

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NHL: Canadiens at Bruins, 7 p.m. (NESN)
NBA: Celtics at Heat, 8 p.m. (CSNNE; WEEI)


‘™¦ Former White Sox executive David Wilder was indicted Wednesday on charges that he was skimming money off the top of contracts with prospects from the Dominican Republic. According to a report, Wilder was using the money to fund a gay bar he owned in Phoenix that was struggling financially. Wilder was the first individual charged following the FBI investigation, although representatives from other clubs ‘€” including the Red Sox and Yankees ‘€” reportedly also are under investigation.

‘™¦ With college basketball season starting up, Andy Glockner at Sports Illustrated writes about how 68-year-old Jim Calhoun, despite health issues and troubles with the NCAA, is not ready to give up on what he started at UConn.

‘™¦ AOL FanHouse has the story of Satnam Singh Bhamara, a 14-year-old from India who stands 7 feet and is developing his basketball skills in Florida as he bids to eventually become the first NBA player from India.

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA: On Nov. 11, 1943, the Bruins surrendered the first empty-net goal in NHL history when which coach pulled B’s goalie Bert Gardiner in an attempt to tie a game against the Blackhawks at Boston Garden?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “I made Minnesota my home. I loved being there, and it just didn’t work out. Just I had my own beliefs in what I believe, and coach had his. Am I bitter or mad that he let me go or the organization? No. You never know what the future holds.” ‘€” Randy Moss, speaking publicly for the first time as a member of the Titans

STAT OF THE DAY: 6-1 ‘€” The Bruins’ record on the road this season, following Wednesday’s 7-4 victory over the Penguins

‘NET RESULTS: A 3-year-old hoops fan shows off his knowledge of the Bucks roster.


SOOTHING SOUNDS: Marshall Crenshaw turns 57 Thursday.

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