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LAS VEGAS -- His tooth hurt, his team went over a month without winning a game and for the first few rounds of Saturday night's NBA Slam Dunk contest, Michael Jordan just wouldn't give him a break.
Topdot and radio station WFAN, which broadcasts Mets games, created the Grand Slam contest shortly after this season's Major League Baseball All-Star break.
That makes it a tad surprising that the Slam has been completed so regularly in that time span.
In the early 1980s, Darryl Dawkins, a slam dunker for the 76ers and Nets, won a reputation as the "Master Blaster," smashing six backboards in one season.
A poetry slam is an amplified, competitive poetry reading.
THE home side has always won when the Grand Slam has been at stake for both sides.
You can get a whole day's sat fat in the All-American Slam (three eggs plus cheddar cheese, hash browns or grits, two strips of bacon, two sausage links, and bread).
1 is living in a dream world if he believes winning at Augusta will constitute a true Grand Slam.
The Slam Lock is the latest addition to Sigma's range of Prosafe trapped key interlock systems.
Aerial application of Slam, by contrast, costs about $15 per treated acre--and another $3 to $7 per acre for the services of a beetle scout, who periodically surveys fields for signs of rootworms.