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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Cards set to host No. 2 Duke
LOUISVILLE — For anyone who hasn’t heard — and by anyone we mean any person without a television, or the internet — Duke is good this season. The Blue Devils boast one of the best groups of freshmen t...

Area Boys Basketball: Cards fall to Park Rapids
PARK RAPIDS—The Staples-Motley Cardinals fell 70-35 to the Park Rapids Panthers Saturday, Feb. 16 in a Mid-State Conference game. S-M remains winless in the conference at 0-8. S-M will host Osakis 7:3...

BOYS BASKETBALL: Cards top Spa to complete unbeaten region slate
COCHRANTON — The Cochranton Cardinals boys basketball team already had some accolades accounted for in 2019. The Cardinals already clinched the Region 3 title before their Senior Night. Yet, Cochranto...

The lost art of sports card collecting
The world of sports card collecting is an ever-shrinking market, as more and more children have less interest in them. Matt Mortenson from Mountain View Sports, a sports collectible shop at Speedway B...

Around Town visits Heroes Sports Cards
Heroes Sports Cards, also known as "Chuck's" to the locals, has been around for twenty plus years. Chuck Wedick buys, sells and trades collectibles of all things sports related. However, you can also ...

Post-Murder Menendez Brothers Discovered in 90s Knicks Basketball Trading Card
The Menendez Brothers have been spotted in a basketball trading card from 1990. The duo can be seen sitting courtside at a Knicks game in the background of a Mark Jackson card and now it's fetching a ...

This Mark Jackson-Menendez Brothers Basketball Card is Wild
Lyle and Erik Menendez killed their parents in August 1989. They weren’t arrested for months and spent that time breezing through huge sums of money, living the high life, and enjoying the finer thing...

Menendez Brothers spotted on 1990 Knicks basketball card
A posting on Reddit shows a nearly 30-year-old Knicks basketball card with a surprise in its background — the infamous Menendez brothers sitting in the front row. The courtside curiosity, just to the ...

Girls Basketball: Cards topple No. 1
WILLMAR — Tuesday night was the kind of night where everything could have gone wrong for the Willmar girls basketball team. Alexandria, Class AAA's top-ranked team, was in town sporting a mighty 12-0 ...

Lyle, Erik Menendez Appear to Be on Former Knicks PG Mark Jackson's Hoops Card
A previously nondescript 1990-91 Hoops basketball card featuring guard Mark Jackson of the New York Knicks has gone viral because of surprising new buzz about the card's background. Twitter user John ...

Sports history featured at 'cards and collectibles' show in Sharpsburg
Sports enthusiasts had their choice of vintage cards, bobbleheads and other nostalgia during the fourth annual Sports Cards and Collectibles Show today in Sharpsburg. Hosted by Rocco Magnelli Jr., a S...

Murderous Menendez brothers apparently on Mark Jackson basketball card
Lyle and Erik Menendez murdered their parents at their Beverley Hills, Calif., home in August 1989. In March 1990, they were arrested. Between, they apparently went to a Knicks game. Investigators wer...