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November 15, 2010
Every basketball fan should take the time to marvel at the Oklahoma City Thunder. It is truly remarkable and commendable that in these Twitter-infused, me-first modern times there is still a group of men like this who remain humble, down to earth and bashfully successful.
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November 15, 2010

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Matt Deal

Newport Coast, Calif.

Missing the Cut

Is it possible that Darrell Waltrip did not make the NASCAR Hall of Fame (SCORECARD, Oct. 25) this year because his notorious "Boogity, boogity, boogity, let's go racing boys!" chant is annoying and also because he shows so much favoritism toward Kyle Busch during his weekly commentary that you'd think Busch was Waltrip's own son?

Brian Schwartz

New Canaan, Conn.

Winning Attitude

Marc Klaiman is definitely the right man to lead the Anna Maria College Amcats football team (POINT AFTER, Oct. 25). Klaiman's Do it right! motto is a lesson that every athlete who has ever played for him takes away even after they leave the playing field. In a day when college athletes are far more likely to make the headlines for drunken driving, sex scandals or assault charges than they are for being men of character, Klaiman stands for playing with pride and dignity.

Andrew Nowak

Washington, Vt.

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