Tulane Comes Back To Beat North Texas 66-61 In CUSA Tournament

CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

EL PASO, Texas (AP) – Freshman Jonathan Stark scored 21 points as Tulane rallied from a 13-point second-half deficit to beat North Texas 66-61 in the second round of the Conference USA tournament on Wednesday.

Tulane trailed the entire game until Kevin Thomas’ free throw gave the Green Wave a 52-51 lead with 6:36 left. Thomas’ make capped a 15-3 run, highlighted by 3-pointers from Jay Hook, Tre Drye and two by Cameron Reynolds.

Hook finished with 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Tulane (17-15). Drye had nine points and 11 boards for the Green Wave. Tulane made 48.9 percent of its shots, including 9 of 17 3-pointers and held a 36-25 rebounding advantage.

North Texas (16-16) was led by Brandan Walton with 16 points, Maurice Aniefiok’s 12 and Colin Voss’ 10. Walton missed a game-tying 3-pointer with 3 seconds left.

Tulane will face No. 2 seed Tulsa on…

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Hollywood Movie Studio Files Lawsuit Over Fort Worth Sports Bar

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FORT WORTH, Texas (1080 KRLD) – Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. and Sony Pictures Consumer Products Inc. have  filed a federal lawsuit against Rick’s Cabaret International, Inc., owners of the Ricky Bobby Sports Saloon in Fort Worth.

The 2006 film “Talledega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby” staring comedian Will Ferrell is one of the top grossing comedies of all time. Columbia, which is owned by Sony, is accusing Rick’s Cabaret of infringing on multiple trademarks when it opened its sports bar near the Texas Motor Speedway, including  what the movie company says is a trademark of the character name “Ricky Bobby. ”

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Intellectual property attorney Steve Borgman with Vinson & Elkins, LLP says it is possible to register a trademark for a character name.

“Clark Kent” has been trademarked in the past, he says. “Laura Croft” is…

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Chris Bosh has two of the three most expensive homes in the NBA

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No player in the NBA has spent more money on real estate than Miami Heat All-Star big man Chris Bosh. Citing data from Realtor.com, HoopsHype lists Bosh’s $12.3 million mansion as the priciest home in the NBA.

Bosh’s home is in Miami, making him one of a league-leading 25 players who own a home in Florida. California comes in a close second with 24. As it so happens, Bosh owns a home there as well — it’s the third-most expensive in the league, valued at $9.4 million.

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Kobe Bryant also ranks highly on this list. He owns two properties that are valued at a combined $18 million.

The dominance of Florida and Texas on this list isn’t surprising, given that neither state has a state income tax in place.

And 23 states count no NBA players as residents. Sorry, New Mexico.

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Foster the People Release “Best Friend” Lyric Video

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Foster the People Supermodel is due to come out next Tuesday, but that’s not stopping the band from releasing another song from the upcoming album.

Today, the band dropped the lyric video for one of their new tracks titled “Best Friend.” The video for the song can be seen and heard below while the full album is currently being streamed on iTunes until its release next week.

Those who pre-orderSupermodel on iTunes now, can get an instant download of previously released tracks, “Coming Of Age” and “Pseudologia Fantastica” as well as this song.

The record comes a few days after the band begins their Spring tour which begins with their show at SXSW in Austin this Friday at Butler Park. After that, they’ll be making their rounds at many of the music festivals scheduled to take place this Spring and Summer.

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Mar 14-Butler Park, Austin…

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