After three years with the Los Angeles Lakers, beloved Stanford alumnus Mark Madsen has made his home the last two years in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. The "Mad Dog" has just concluded his fifth year in the NBA, though sooner than we would have expected. It was a disappointing season for the Timberwolves, and a year filled with injuries for Madsen.
May 26, 2005
Troy Clardy brings you a weekly grab-bag of goodies on your Stanford Cardinal and the hooligans we call "rivals" around the conference. It's typically a pretty football focused column. But for the self-professed "King of All Cardinal Media," Troy cannot help himself if he ventures now and then into other domains. This week he dives headfirst into the world of television, and where it might intersect with Stanford sports...
November 5, 2003
If you are a basketball fan, you were glued to the tube last night taking in all the happenings with the NBA Draft. Cardinalmaniacs paid particular attention to point guard drafts and how that might relate to Julius Barnes, as well as what the Lakers might do at the power forward (see: Mark Madsen). For Stanford fans and NBA junkies alike, here is the definitive take on last night's hysteria.
June 27, 2003
<b>Jake Beitinger</b> may not be a familiar name to most BYU basketball fans, but he should be. The 6' 8" forward out of South Kitsap High School in Port Orchard, Washington, has definitely caught the attention of BYU head coach Steve Cleveland and his staff.
June 2, 2003