The NBA lockout came to a halt over Thanksgiving weekend after 149 days of painstakingly slow and unproductive meetings that resulted in a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, which should have been reached in July. Instead of coming together and working to help further progress on the sport they supposedly love, both sides resorted to elementary school tactics that could be summed up in hissy fits on both sides and never ending finger pointing.

If you're like me, you are a Jets fan who was busy biting their nails and making sure the defibrillator was fully charged during Sunday's win over the Buffalo Bills.  If you're also like me, you tossed your Taco Bell wrappers at the TV during Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson's touchdown celebration.

The last time the Hofstra men's basketball team hosted James Madison, Charles Jenkins scored 35 points in a Hofstra comeback win that included game tying free throws from now sophomore guard Shemiye McLendon with 17 seconds remaining in regulation forcing overtime. A Hofstra surge led by Jenkins, McLendon and sophomore forward Stephen Nwaukoni gave Hofstra the 92-89 win and Hofstra a 14-6 record with an 8-1 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) record.