"The idea that one person's mind is accessible to another's is just a conversational illusion, just a figure of speech, an assumption that makes some kind of exchange between basically alien creatures seems plausible, and that really the relationship of one person to another is ultimately unknowable."
Pirsig, Robert. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. New York: HarperCollins, 2005.
Sacramento Kings guard Mike Bibby is expected to miss the first two weeks of the regular season after injuring his right thumb in an exhibition game Sunday night.
Sacramento can make a playoff run if nobody gets hurt in the frontcourt and Artest and Bibby perform near the top of their range, but everybody in the West can make an argument along those lines. The most likely scenario is that they limp home a couple games short of .500, and a couple games short of a playoff spot.
|Ron Artest||Kenny Thomas|
|John Salmons||Francisco Garcia||Shareef Abdur-Rahim|
|3||Ronnie Price||Quincy Douby|
After a lengthy auction stretching over two days, a federal bankruptcy judge on Friday approved the sale of California-based Tower Records to Great American Group, which plans to liquidate the music retailer.
One of the key bidders dropped out of the Tower Records bankruptcy auction Thursday. Radius Equity Partners, a Chicago investment firm that intended to revive Tower, said it couldn't obtain financing in time. The auction began early Thursday at Tower's law firm in Wilmington, Delaware.