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Jason Collins had long been keeping a secret. As a standout high school player at Harvard-Westlake School, as a star at Stanford and through a 12-year NBA career, he had hidden something fundamental about himself from his family, friends and teammates....
Mike Brown and the Cleveland Cavaliers are getting back together. Brown, who led the Cavaliers to the playoffs in all five seasons he coached them from 2005-10 and was fired by the Lakers five games into this season, has agreed in principle to return as...
The hand that once wrote about daily NBA schedules on a greaseboard in the Lakers' locker room now composes daily specials on a surfboard propped against a sunset-colored truck. Kona Sunset Shrimp Tacos, two for $7. The distinctive voice that once...
With hockey embroiled in a lengthy lockout, the Kings mascot "Bailey" had some free time to visit with Lakers center Dwight Howard recently. Bailey challenged Howard to both a free throw and three-point shooting contest, while wearing the full lion...
PARK CITY, Utah — The Baltimore Ravens finally got over the hump and won an AFC championship, but it was a sports victory of a different sort that filled the air Sunday afternoon at the Sundance Film Festival. “Linsanity,” the...
Even though Rajon Rondo is a millionaire, he accepted an internship position with GQ magazine during Fashion Week in New York City. Rondo, a guard on the Boston Celtics, will be working for the magazine this month before the NBA season begins in October....
Simon Gourdine Former NBA executive Simon Gourdine, 72, who became the highest-ranking black executive in professional sports when he was named deputy commissioner of the NBA in 1974, died Thursday in Englewood, N.J. The NBA confirmed his death but...
Lakers BlogDerek Fisher juggling labor negotiations and training...
Lakers BlogThe Lakers roster that takes the floor at Staples Center on Christmas could look a lot like the one that shows up when training camp starts a week from Friday. General Manager Mitch Kupchak said Friday during a media conference at the team's training...
Lakers BlogMagic Johnson predicts Lakers won't win NBA Finals...
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