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Visit *******www***urtsidejones**** for updates and more videos. Where NBA basketball legends tell the untold stories of the game. The inside stories that were never told until now. Come visit *******www***urtsidejones**** for updates, videos and the rest of the story.
21 Feb 2010
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Visit *******www***urtsidejones**** for updates and more videos. Where NBA basketball legends tell the untold stories of the game. The inside stories that were never told until now. Come visit *******www***urtsidejones**** for updates, videos and the rest of the story.
2 Jan 2010
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Visit *******www***urtsidejones**** for updates and more videos. Where NBA basketball legend Willis Reed tells the untold stories of the game. Hear the triumphs and defeats like never before. The inside stories that were never told until now. Come visit *******www***urtsidejones**** for updates, videos and the rest of the story.
26 May 2011
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Kourtney, Kim, Rob, and Kris Jenner jet to Dallas to watch a Mavericks game with Khloe Kardashian Odom, while Scott Disick catches a Lakers game with David Beckham.
28 Jan 2012
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When was the last time you saw Katie Holmes have this much fun? The actress is sitting courtside at a New York Knicks game, and she's a fan.
28 Feb 2013
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Visit *******www***urtsidejones**** for updates and more videos. Where NBA basketball legend Rick Barry tells untold stories of the game what he was thinking and doing then that made him a Hall of Fame NBA player. Hear the inside stories that were never told until now straight from the NBA's greatest players. Come visit *******www***urtsidejones**** for updates, videos and the rest of the story.
3 Jan 2010
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Ever wonder what the Van Gundy Brothers do for fun? In the second installment of the Global Sports Fraternity's animated series, Courtside Chatter, they take a look at just this issue. *******www.globalsportsfraternity****/home/basketball/2009/04/13/the-van-gundy-brothers/
17 Apr 2009
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115Buckhead.Info For the discriminating buyer, who is tired of cookie cutter homes,115 Buckhead Ct, packs powerful custom features in 3051 square feet. Plenty of crown molding, wainscot in dining room, tile in baths & laundry, granite & stainless in kitchen plus a walkin pantry, hardwood on main & staircase, a huge walkin storage area, 2" blinds, security system & a side entry garage set this 5BR/3.5BA all brick home apart. Designer colors add warmth. Located ideally in Courtsides at Southern Woods, the exclusive neighborhood features private hand laid stone bridge entrances, a park, playground, pool, tennis courts and underground utilities. Convenient to I-65, Cool Springs Galleria & Brentwood Towne Center. Zoned to Williamson County Schools, this home is well maintained with a showstopper yard. A preferred 2-car side entry garage on a quieter cul-de-sac adds value. The extensively landscaped property has a deck off the kitchen and living room, which overlooks evergreens & a stone patio. Entertain friends here this summer.
27 Jun 2009
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Justin and Selena share a cheeky courtside kiss.
18 Apr 2012
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Justin Bieber goes from a film premiere to an NBA game.
4 Feb 2011
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Rapper Lil Wayne was spotted with his girlfriend Dhea Sodano at the LA Lakers basketball game. But what really got the paparazzo’s attention is the large rock on Dhea Sodano’s left hand.
12 Mar 2012
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December 2006 (Medialink) -- United Spinal Association and quad rugby Paralympian, Mark Zupan, the star of the Academy Award nominated documentary "Murderball" and a United Spinal member, have teamed up to produce a fast-paced and exciting new public service announcement targeting accessible parking for people with disabilities. Expertly blending courtside shots of Zupan in his quad rugby wheelchair with footage of him behind the wheel of a specially adapted automobile, the PSA dramatically contrasts Zupan's game strategy and his efforts to move a thoughtless driver out of an accessible parking spot. With rapid visuals and sharp narration, viewers are left with the clear message that parking in a handicapped spot, even for a minute is "60 seconds too long." Misuse of parking reserved for people with disabilities is a daily frustration for the disabled community and inconsiderate use of these spots restricts their ability to shop, make doctor appointments, and actively participate in daily life. Take action with our handy "'Just a Minute...' is 60 seconds too long" parking pad. Simply slip one of these informative reminders under the offender's windshield wiper and you've made your point! For more information, visit: www.unitedspinal****. This spot is available in both :30 and :60 second lengths. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Produced for the United Spinal Association
5 Jan 2007
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Track 1 Volume 2 Courtside for the Apocalypse Zoey's and Mai's Cafe in Ventura
7 Jul 2008
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Thinking of visiting the 4 Star Hotel Levante? Thomson has a library of over 2000 videos to help you decide where to visit next... "If you like your holidays set to the soundtrack of the sea, then it doesn't get much better than this. The Hotel Levante is perched right on the edge of Cala Bona Beach so you'll be able to hear the sea lapping at the shore from the comfort of your room. Not only that, the golden sands are ideal for an early morning stroll or a lazy afternoon under the Majorcan sun. Of course, you may wish to do nothing more than relax under the shade of a rustling palm down by the pool. As you stretch out, check out the sea views which lie beyond the turquoise sweeps that snake around the grounds. If you prefer to swim inside though, you've got full use of the indoor pool at the sister hotel, Levante Park, in the winter. There is also a tennis court here, too. Slip on your trainers and practise your serve, or simply pick a courtside spot and watch the action unfold.
16 Jul 2008
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I had the pleasure of two things today. #1 A beautiful pink shirt from the guys at *******www.faceliftconcepts**** and #2 Courtside NBA tickets to the Suns vs Hawks game!
3 Feb 2009
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Industry leading Homeowners Association Website provider "AtHomeNet" teams with Chip Yonkee of Tuxford HOA in Alpharetta, GA to develop a progressive tennis court reservation system. The reservation system can be accessed via PC, handheld device, or courtside. This system is highly integrated into the existing community website developed by AtHomeNet. Located Located in Alpharetta, Georgia, not too far from Atlanta, the Tuxford Community Association has been using AtHomeNet's Community Website to enhance communications in their community for years. Community Administrator Chip Yonkee has been somewhat of a visionary for Tuxford, using AtHomeNets website technology to take his community to the next level. AtHomeNet is the nations premiere provider of Association Management Websites, Community Association Websites, Homeowners Association Websites, POA websites, Organization Websites, and Small Business Websites. The company has hosted and designed websites for Community Associations in nearly every state in America, and over 5 countries worldwide. Having released the much anticipated AtHomeNet Elite earlier this year, AtHomeNets national Association Management clients are now beginning to use the late breaking technology designed with Portfolio Association Management in mind. The company is fast becoming the standard bearer for Community Management technology. Now celebrating their 11th year as a pioneering HOA website firm, AtHomeNet continues to grow and spearhead the movement for resident and community adoption of online communications. Tuxford communitys Chip Yonkee thought of the using AtHomeNets reservation system due to growing weary of utilizing an outdated paper reservations system. The old kiosk his community had beside the tennis courts was somewhat disorganized, archaic, and considered to be an eye-sore as he described it. Always thinking ahead of the curve, Yonkee knew that his Community Website had the functionality to make reservations online 24 hours a day. This was what he had envisioned his community residents doing; however, he wanted to take it a step further. He imagined an area where residents could walk up to the courts and make the reservations using the same online technology, but without having to install a housed computer. He assembled materials and drew up schematics to create a touch screen hub exclusively linked into the AtHomeNet reservations system, ushering in a new era of convenience and technology in Tuxford. Its been nearly 2 1/2 years since the system was installed, and now the residents of Tuxford can scarcely remember what life was like before the tennis reservations kiosk. Chip Yonkee used AtHomeNet technology to the fullest of its abilities paired with his own intuitive creativity to reinvent the way his community handled reservations.
6 Nov 2009
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