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Underwear model and cultural icon David Beckham is leaving soccer behind. Beckham announced Thursday that he is retiring from the sport that made him famous, ending a career that's included stints with Manchester United, Real Madrid, the Los Angeles...
Boston HeraldDoc Rivers wasn't at the NBA pre-draft combine as workouts commenced yesterday, but nagging media types have been advised to not read anything into that. According to Danny Ainge, there has already been entirely too much "reading into" by Celtics...
The News & ObserverDuke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski did well for himself in 2011. According to the University's recently released federal tax return, Krzyzewski made just under $9.7 million in total compensation during 2011, the most recent year for which data is...
Boston HeraldDoc Rivers is off on a golf course somewhere, pondering his future with the Celtics and asking for time to think. But that hasn't stopped the Celtics coach from taking regular part in the team's plans for next year, according to president of...
Tags: LeBron James, Paul Pierce, Politics, Boston Celtics, Tony Allen
Anyone who saw Asaph Schwapp address a group of kids or teenagers knew he had a future in coaching. In fact, Weaver High football coach Kevin Quinn said in an email that he always reminded Schwapp that he kept a spot on his staff open for the program's...
BOSTON -- Despite a valiant comeback try by the Boston Celtics, both in the series and the game, the New York Knicks are in the second round of the NBA playoffs for the first time since 2000. The Celtics, who rallied from an 0-3 deficit and created...
Boston HeraldAmid widespread support for Jason Collins following his announcement that he is gay, Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge said yesterday he could easily imagine welcoming the center back to the club. Collins, who made his orientation...
NewsdayIt has been more than a decade since Jeff Van Gundy coached the Knicks, ancient history by most NBA standards. Yet somehow it does not seem all that long ago, in part because of how little the team has accomplished since he left, and in part because Van...
NewsdayCarmelo Anthony's only thought Sunday afternoon was to return to New York with the Knicks having completed a sweep of the Celtics. But his shot failed him at the wrong time. Anthony finished with 36 points but never got into any rhythm. He shot 10-for-...
Longtime NBA center Jason Collins on Monday became the first active male player in a major American pro team sport to announce that he’s gay. Collins, who finished the 2012-13 season with the Washington Wizards, made his declaration in a first-...
Tags: Sports, Atlanta Hawks, Basketball, Media Industry
Longtime NBA center Jason Collins on Monday became the first active male player in a major American pro team sport to announce that he's gay. Collins, who finished the 2012-13 season with the Washington Wizards, made his declaration in a first-person...
The Hartford CourantHe is smart. He is a Stanford man. He is strong and he is aggressive. At 7 feet, 255 pounds, he led the NBA in personal fouls in 2004-2005. He is a veteran of 12 seasons, six teams, two NBA Finals, a teammate known for his commitment to his group's...
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