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  • Kings Trade Casspi for Hickson

    Kings Trade Casspi for Hickson
    The Sacramento Kings have traded forward Omri Casspi to the Cleveland Cavaliers for forward/center JJ Hickson. The team announced the trade Thursday morning in a press release. In addition to Casspi, the Kings also gave the Cavaliers a lottery protected...
  • Your turn: Which Orioles players and prospects are untouchable?

    Your turn: Which Orioles players and prospects are untouchable?
    The MLB trade deadline is less than two weeks away, and the Orioles have pulled one of their most valuable trade chips, shortstop J.J. Hardy, off the table. With a three-year extension, Hardy isn't likely to be dealt at the July 31 deadline. But the new...
  • Handicapping the Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes

    Handicapping the Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes
    Baltimore's most prominent basketballer, Carmelo Anthony, has been the subject of trade talk since his wedding this summer. As my colleague Kevin Van Valkenburg wrote in this feature last month, the uncertainty and the negative feedback from Denver...
  • Will the Ravens select a QB in this year's NFL draft?

    Will the Ravens select a QB in this year's NFL draft?
    The Ravens haven't drafted a quarterback since taking Joe Flacco 18th overall in 2008. With Troy Smith and John Beck gone and Marc Bulger set to become a free agent, there is a decent chance the Ravens will take a quarterback for the first since they...
  • Former Virginia Tech player Zabian Dowdell takes the long way to the NBA

    Moments after Phoenix Suns guard Zabian Dowdell picked up his fourth foul in 11 minutes Feb. 2 against the Milwaukee Bucks, he walked over to teammate Mickael Pietrus seeking a little sympathy and understanding. Pietrus, a seven-year veteran forward in...
  • A consumer's guide to cosmetic surgery

    When considering plastic surgery, it's hard to know what questions to ask. First, you have to decide whether to have the surgery at all. Then you must choose a surgeon. We asked two experts, Fort Lauderdale cosmetic surgeon Paul Wigoda and Miami...
  • Chuck Tanner dies at 82; manager who led Pirates to '79 World Series comeback

    Chuck Tanner dies at 82; manager who led Pirates to '79 World Series comeback
    Chuck Tanner, the veteran manager who led the "We Are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates in 1979 to one of the greatest comebacks in World Series history, died Friday at his home in his hometown of New Castle, Pa., after a long illness. He was 82. Tanner managed...
  • From The Sports Desk: Knapp could be great

    Eleven days ago Aaron Peirsol confirmed to the Daily Pilot that he retired as a swimmer. He just might be the greatest athlete to come out of the Newport-Mesa School District, as the Newport Harbor High alumnus won five gold medals over three Olympics....
  • Ravens' Harbaugh gets new extension, higher expectations

    Ravens' Harbaugh gets new extension, higher expectations
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh signed a three-year, $12 million contract extension on Monday morning, ensuring that he will be wearing the head coach's headset through the 2014 season. Like him or not, it's hard to argue that his new deal wasn't well-...
  • Waste throws wrench into Los Angeles community colleges' massive project

    Waste throws wrench into Los Angeles community colleges' massive project
    The effects of decades of neglect were all too visible at the nine far-flung campuses. Roofs leaked. Furniture was decrepit. Seismic protections were outdated. In 2001, leaders of the Los Angeles Community College District decided to take action. With...
  • A new complex riddled with ills that are costly to cure

    A new complex riddled with ills that are costly to cure
    The opening of a new health and science center at Los Angeles Valley College should have been cause for celebration. The complex included the first new classroom building on the campus in more than three decades. There were chemistry and biology labs, a...