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The Miami HeraldMIAMI For much too much of Game 6, LeBron James reverted to the 2011 version of himself. He was settling. Settling for jump shots. Settling for assists. Deferring. Drifting. Maddening. James was playing like a fly on the wall when he needed to be the...
An early glimpse of the Larry O'Brien Trophy in the house made it clear what was a stake Tuesday in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. The Heat's hopes of fulfillling the "Not 1, not 2, not 3 …" prophesy. LeBron's James's legacy. The future of the Big Three...
Akron Beacon JournalCLEVELAND Browns rookie free safety Jamoris Slaughter is ready to take the next major step in his comeback attempt and his young career. Slaughter has been sidelined this offseason while rehabilitating from a ruptured left Achilles' tendon he suffered...
Star Tribune (Minneapolis)MINNEAPOLIS Three years before he died of a drug overdose, Derek Boogaard was punched in the mouth during a fight at a Minnesota Wild game. And broke a tooth. Within days, Boogaard, the Wild's 6-foot-7 enforcer, was bouncing from one team �...
Kobe Bryant is progressing from his Achilles' tendon surgery on April 13, but Lakers trainer Gary Vitti still doesn't have a specific return date for the All-Star guard. "We don't know yet. Kobe looks exactly the way he's supposed to look at this...
The Baltimore SunShadowing wide receiver Torrey Smith, cornerback Jimmy Smith flipped his hips and matched his stride step for step. The tight coverage Smith applied during the Ravens' minicamp was a continuation of what he started in the final moments of the Super...
Tags: Ed Reed, Cleveland Browns, Football, Super Bowl, Houston Texans
It doesn't say much for the intelligence of Guggenheim Management, the owner of the Dodgers, when Frank McCourt turned out to be the smartest guy in the room. Guggenheim, I have a house I'd like to sell you. It was appraised for $1 million, but I'll let...
Indoor trampoline parks are gaining altitude across South Florida, as people are jumping to try them out. Off the Wall Trampoline Fun Center in Coconut Creek opened April 28 in a former Publix and joins two parks that began business last year: Planet...
The Hartford CourantThe Connecticut Sun and Indiana Fever appeared to be rocking in the same rickety boat Wednesday. Both teams were missing critical players because of injuries. The Sun were without Renee Montgomery and Tan White. The Fever didn't have Katie Douglas,...
WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistOne of the drivers who survived Wednesday night's deadly crash is sharing her story of survival. Just 24 hours after the accident, Priscilla Green said she is just happy to be alive. Green said Wednesday was supposed to be like any other commute...
The Hartford CourantMike Thibault was smiling broadly when he left the floor Friday at the Mohegan Sun Arena after his Washington Mystics defeated those who once were his — the WNBA's Connecticut Sun. In his first trip back since his November dismissal, Thibault's...
The Seattle TimesSEATTLE If left open, WNBA players can make at least one three-pointer, right? The Storm couldn't against Tulsa on Friday night. Even when left wide open and given time to set their feet, square their hips and eye the basket before releasing, the...
Tags: Basketball, Sports, Dwayne Johnson
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