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The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsLos Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant???s jersey was again the most popular in the NBA for the second consecutive season, according to sales figures from the 2009-10 season at the NBA Store in Manhattan and NBAStore.com. Heat guard Dwyane Wade's jersey......
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...
Colleges Terps' Schwarzmann, Aust, Cummings receive year-end honors Synapse Sports honored three Maryland women's lacrosse players with annual awards: Katie Schwarzmann (Century) is Midfielder of the Year, Alex Aust is Attacker of the Year and...
Magic General Manager Rob Hennigan has not taken a risk to acquire players with injury histories, such as Andrew Bynum and Jared Sullinger, but don't automatically cross off the name of Nerlens Noel. Noel is recovering from surgery for a torn ACL in his...
So far, this has been the most documented, celebrated and agonized-over NBA season ever in Los Angeles. For the first time, we multiply everything by two. And then, as if we needed more focus, more reason to follow the bouncing ball more closely and...
There was a time when midseason mayhem was the Miami Heat's approach to February. No sooner did Pat Riley arrive in 1995, than he turned his roster upside down at his first NBA trading deadline with the team, on Feb. 22, 1996 maneuvering 11...
After the all-star break, the Magic might hear questions about improving their defense, getting to the line, limiting turnovers and … whether they're really trying to win. Sports Illustrated and ESPN already have linked the Magic to the practice of...
The Los Angeles Lakers may yet impact the NBA championship race. Although perhaps not the way Jerry Buss, Jim Buss, Jeanie Buss or busloads of fans in the Southland anticipated. With every Lakers loss making it clearer that the mix is not...
Dwyane Wade is back now, and that's what matters most. But because the NBA season is a repetitive cycle, it also is worth looking back if only to avoid a similar situation, with a similar asset. A week ago, before Wade sat out for a week,...
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It's the most anticipated NBA season in Los Angeles history, so what are we waiting for? Oct. 30 — The Lakers defeat the Dallas Mavericks by 55 points in the season opener. At least, this is the rumor. Nobody actually sees the game after it is...
It was hard to tell what, exactly, the Oklahoma City Thunder was preparing to do. In a routine as carefully choreographed as any Broadway production, Russell Westbrook and James Harden would flex their muscles before games last season. Brawny forward...
After 12 NBA seasons and with a firm reputation as a pure shooter, Clippers guard Jamal Crawford tried something during the off-season he had never done before. He practiced shooting. It's astonishing to think that Crawford, who is the NBA's career...
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