D-Man's World: Dennis Manoloff's Sports Columns Greater Cleveland Sports Awards 2018: DMan's twitpics Updated January 17, 2018 at 5:49 PM; Posted January 17, 2018 at 5:45 PM Greater Cleveland Sports Commission boss David Gilbert and ESPN reporter Tom Rinaldi prepare for the GCSC annual banquet on Wednesday, Jan. 17. (Dennis Manoloff/PD) CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Here are DMan's tweets from Greater Cleveland Sports Awards 2018:Tweets by dmansworld474 View Comments
The Cleveland Cavaliers made "Big Z" the 20th overall pick in the 1996 draft, but the young man from Lithuania did not play in the 1996-97 season because of foot issues. Ilgauskas' feet limited him to a combined 111 games in his first five seasons post-draft. He could have concluded that a long NBA career was not meant to be, but he is not discouraged easily. And yes, the money was fantastic.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The New England Patriots will play host to the Jacksonville Jaguars in AFC Championship Game 2018 on Sunday, Jan. 21, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. On Saturday, Jan. 13, the Patriots defeated the Tennessee Titans, 35-14, in Foxborough. The Patriots, defending Super Bowl champions, earned their seventh consecutive trip to the AFC Championship Game. Against the Titans, quarterback Tom Brady threw for 337 yards and three touchdowns.
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