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(Ben Maller)   Knicks star Latrell Sprewell arrested for minor violation at counter-terrorism checkpoint in New York   ( divider line
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7767 clicks; posted to Main » on 28 Feb 2003 at 1:56 PM (15 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2003-02-28 03:54:37 PM  
and also, the cops don't really care bout the "bad parts of town". i noticed they were pretty laissez-faire about all the drug dealing in my old hood.

it's downtown/midtown where it all happens.
2003-02-28 04:52:14 PM  
I hope Spree terrorizes The Magic tonight as they retire Ewing's jersey. I've sort of lost interest in The Knicks since Ewing left, but tonight I say "Go Knicks!"
2003-02-28 04:57:07 PM  
WHAT>?!?! I tried to post a decent link about the good things in the NBA and this farking rubbish about a traffic violation gets published????

2003-02-28 05:18:20 PM  
Damn turn signal terrorists like him have got to learn their place!
2003-02-28 06:05:42 PM  
"Knicks star Latrell Sprewell arrested for minor violation at counter-terrorism checkpoint in New York"

Man, why are sports stars always violating minors??
2003-03-01 07:21:18 PM  
Spree is the truth. I mean what kind of an America are we living in if celebrities arn't above the law?
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