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CORAL GABLES — This run to the top of the ACC all started for Jim Larranaga a couple of years ago in Erie, Pa., where he was visiting his son, Jay, who was coaching a NBA developmental team there. A phone call came from a Miami friend and...
The Hartford CourantRay Boucher of Fitchburg, Mass., was leaning against one of the posts inside North Station late Sunday morning when he looked up from his cellphone. "Of course I'm going to boo Ray Allen," Boucher said. "If you don't, there's something wrong with you....
It's always amazing and amusing when players on bad teams are holding team meetings to air out their differences – at midseason. Amazing that nobody picked up on the problems the first 41 games, especially as much as they all huddle. Amusing...
As Derrick Rose continually dominated the Miami Heat's ball boys during pregame warmups at AmericanAirlines Arena, it became increasingly clear that the Chicago Bulls were largely playing for the future these past two weeks. Without Rose, as...
Tags: Dwyane Wade, Atlanta Hawks, John Wall, Paul Pierce, Trey Burke
The Hartford CourantNEW YORK — They showed up Wednesday at Madison Square Garden wearing black. They left wearing some egg on their faces. Somewhere between deciding they would dress appropriately for the Celtics' funeral and J.R. Smith's deciding that New York...
Magic fans should have been worried about the possibility of another loss. When General Manager Rob Hennigan was asked during the season-ending interviews who would represent the Magic at the draft lottery, Hennigan said that decision had not been made....
Glenn "Doc" Rivers was a big deal at Proviso East High School back in the day. A sturdy and resourceful 6-foot-4, 185-pound guard, Rivers didn't flash the razzle-dazzle of an Isiah Thomas, but he was powerful and able to create his own shots with...
Tags: Chicago Bulls, Austin Rivers, Schools, Boston Celtics, Sports
Grant Hill announced his retirement Saturday night after an injury-ravaged 19-year career in the NBA. Central Florida wasn't impressed. Hill -- one of the favorite piñatas for Orlando Magic fans -- once again felt the sting of their disgruntlement and...
Tags: MRSA, Tracy McGrady, Orlando Magic, Shaquille O'Neal, Theft
It was just a short blurb on most websites a few days ago. "Tim Duncan and wife Amy are getting a divorce." For Orlando Magic fans, the breakup happened about a dozen years too late. If not for Duncan's love affair with Amy, the San Antonio Spurs...
As the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs prepare to engage in the NBA's final round of Kings of the Court Thursday night, may I suggest a quick sidebar involving the Orlando Magic: Take notes. Take meticulous notes. Don't file them away. Re-read every...
Shot after shot before Monday night's Bulls-Lakers game at the United Center, Derrick Rose smoothly lofted high-arching attempts four feet beyond the 3-point line that fell softly through the net. Five straight baskets represented Rose's longest...
Among other things, Jacque Vaughn has dealt with injuries, rookies and a 10-game losing streak in his first season as a head coach. He also noticed along the way that he did not have Dwight Howard. Next up on Vaughn's agenda: the Feb. 21 trade deadline,...
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