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New Orleans’ Chris Paul is Kingpin of the NBA-Ft. Worth Star Telegram

1/30/2009 - It’s not enough that New Orleans’ Chris Paul is the best point guard in the NBA.

Jason Belmonte's Traveling Diary

1/30/2009 - The European tour takes you across some of the most beautiful countries through Europe. The only problem (for an Australian) is the Winters in Scandinavia are not quite like they are back home.

Topeka's Page’s Miscue Helps Allen Win H&R Block TOC - WIBW.com

1/28/2009 - Patrick Allen won the Professional Bowlers Association’s H&R Block Tournament of Champions at Red Rock Lanes Sunday, but he didn’t feel very good about it.

PBA names Earl Anthony greatest ever - UPI.com

1/28/2009 - The Professional Bowlers Association, meeting in Las Vegas to mark its 50th anniversary, Sunday named the late Earl Anthony the greatest player in PBA history.

Page's miscue helps Allen win PBA tournament - Int'l Herald Tribune

1/28/2009 - Patrick Allen won the PBA H&R Block Tournament of Champions at Red Rock Lanes on Sunday after an errant shot by his friend and roommate Rhino Page.

PBA names Earl Anthony Greatest Player in history - Sports Network

1/28/2009 - The late Earl Anthony, who left an indelible legacy on the Professional Bowlers Association Tour as its first career millionaire, was announced as the greatest player in the PBAs first 50 years Sunday

Final-frame break boosts Allen to title - Las Vegas Review Journal

1/28/2009 - New Yorker claims second PBA Tour major.

Howard had impact on area bowling - Kalamazoo Gazette

1/28/2009 - Mention the name George Howard to anyone who knew him, and an immediate smile appears.

Current, former greats converge for PBA T of C anniversary gala-Daily News, NY

1/26/2009 - If there ever was an opportunity for the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour to grab some national media attention, this is the week.

Kelly Kulick on

1/26/2009 - Kelly Kulick talks with Jason Page on ESPN Radio in Connecticut about her historic win at The PBA Tournament of Champions.

Earl Anthony or Walter Ray Williams? Huntington Herald-Dispatch

1/25/2009 - Who is the greatest player in the Professional Bowlers Association's first 50 years? The answer to that question will finally be revealed today during the live ESPN telecast of the H&R Block PBA Tourn

Fans bowl with PBA’s best at TOC pro am-Las Vegas Review Sun

1/25/2009 - Week-long tourney concludes with today’s televised finals.

Picking PBA’s best not as easy as 1-2-3-Peoria Journal Star

1/25/2009 - Who is the top bowler in the first 50 years of the Professional Bowlers Association?

Hot-handed Allen, Malott Reach PBA T.O.C. Finals-Las Vegas Sun

1/24/2009 - Wes Malott kept his hot streak going Friday, jumping into the lead of the Professional Bowlers Association’s H&R Block Tournament of Champions at Red Rock Lanes in the afternoon.

Duke's Hall of Fame career is filled with gutter balls and strikes-USA Today

1/24/2009 - At 18 — old enough to vote but too young to order a beer at the bowling center bar — Norm Duke toed the line in the semifinals of the PBA Tour's Cleveland Open.

BOWLING: Malott leads T of C-Detroit Free Press

1/23/2009 - Wes Malott, the hottest player on the PBA tour, took the lead into Friday night's final eight-game round of match play in the H&R Block Tournament of Champions at Red Rock Lanes in Las Vegas.

Page takes lead in PBA event with perfect game - Las Vegas Sun

1/23/2009 - The reigning Professional Bowlers Association’s Rookie of the Year could have just as easily stayed fixated in the moment Thursday night at Red Rock Lanes.

Current, Former Greats Converge for PBA T of C Anniversary gala

1/22/2009 - If there ever was an opportunity for the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour to grab some national media attention, this is the week.

Victory for Malott would be twice as nice-Medford Mail Tribune

1/18/2009 - A year ago, Wes Malott was the "Great Right Hope" of the Bayer Earl Anthony Medford Classic. He was the only right-hander in the four-man field and steamrolled to victory.

Big stars have ties to Florida-Miami Herald

1/18/2009 - Sixteen of the 50 greatest bowlers in the 50-year history of the Professional Bowlers Association have lived in Florida, which is an amazing total because Florida is not recognized as a bowling mecca.