Need A House In Philadelphia?

Need A House In Philadelphia?
May 13, 2010, 2:13 pm
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Thursday, May 13, 2010,10:12 a.m.CSNwashington.comNeed A House In Philly?
On the night he was traded to the Redskins, Donovan McNabb asked on Twitter if anybody had housing for him in D.C.McNabbs new question: Does anybody want his house in Philadelphia?The Eagle-turned-Redskin is asking 2.5 million for his Moorestown, N.J., home that is 4,730 square feet. The house includes four bedrooms and an indoor pool.Looking Ahead To HoopsWith the rosters set for the 2010-11 college basketball season, Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News has posted his early top 25.The top five: Michigan State, Duke, Purdue, Kansas and Ohio State.DeCourcy has Georgetown No. 18, Virginia Tech No. 23 and Maryland out of the top 25.Farewell To The Igloo
Two weeks after the Capitals lost Game 7 at home to Montreal, Pittsburghs hopes for a Stanley Cup repeat ended with a Game 7 loss at home to Montreal.Pittsbugh Post-Gazette columnist Ron Cook correctly took the Penguins best players to task following the 5-2 loss that thankfully closed the Igloo.Wasnt it just a few weeks ago that so many of us laughed at Washingtons Alex Ovechkin and accused him of gagging against the Montreal Canadiens in the first round of the playoffs? The Not-So-Great 8 could do nothing to prevent his Capitals -- the NHLs Presidents Trophy-winning team -- from losing Game 7 at home.Well guess what?That was Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Sergei Gonchar and Marc-Andre Fleury who hair-balled it against the Canadiens on this night. They not only did nothing to help the Penguins win Game 7 of the second-round series. They sabotaged their chances, putting a premature end not just to the arena, but to their defense of their Stanley Cup.More Changes For Snyder
The year of change continues for Redskins owner Dan Snyder with the departure of Six Flags CEO Mark Shapiro.Shapiro will continue working for Snyder in another capacity.Writes the Posts Thomas Heath: Shapiros departure comes less than two weeks after the company won approval for its bankruptcy reorganization and brings to a close Snyder's attempt to turn Six Flags into the centerpiece of an entertainment empire.