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  • Boys basketball: Justin Smith happy to be one of the guys for Stevenson

    Boys basketball: Justin Smith happy to be one of the guys for Stevenson
    Jalen Brunson and Connor Cashaw were playing catch on the perimeter, killing time before taking the final shot of the first half Monday. The Division I-bound guards are both great buzzer-beating options, and fellow guard Matt Johnson has hit more than...
  • Kevin Ollie Takes Step Toward Building Inclusive Court In West Hartford

    Kevin Ollie Takes Step Toward Building Inclusive Court In West Hartford
    WEST HARTFORD — Building inclusive facilities for athletes with disabilities has long been a personal passion for UConn men's basketball coach Kevin Ollie. On Friday, he translated his passion into action once again, announcing plans to build a...
  • Sports On The Air: Friday And Saturday

    FRIDAY BASKETBALL 1 p.m.: Nets at Celtics. CSN, YES 5 p.m.: High school, Capital Prep vs. La Salle Academy. CPTV Sports 7 p.m.: High school, Greenwich vs. Woodstock Academy. CPTV Sports 8 p.m.: Rockets at Grizzlies. NBA FOOTBALL 1 p.m.: Zaxby's...
  • Lakers at Dallas Mavericks preview

    The Lakers (9-20) may play their third straight game without Kobe Bryant on Friday night, visiting the Dallas Mavericks (20-10). Resting from a laundry list of aches and pains, Bryant sat out the team's win over the Golden State Warriors (23-5) and a...
  • PHS Panthers regroup, build on experience, teamwork

    When Dylan Horn started Plainfield's season opener against Waterford with an aggressive scoring drive, the fans went wild. Everyone knew the challenge the Panthers faced against Waterford, the state's 14th ranked basketball team. And the Panthers kept...
  • Basketball referees prepare for the season, just like the teams

    Basketball referees Roger LaFrancoise, Chad Cooney and Peter Vitale stood courtside at Putnam High School on Dec. 11. They were waiting for the Woodstock Academy and Clipper boys' basketball teams to finish their pre-game warm-ups. The Centaurs and...
  • Five takeaways from the Clippers' 100-86 victory over Golden State

    After a bah-humbug start, it was a merry Christmas after all for the Clippers. They started the game cold, ended it hot and beat the Golden State Warriors, 100-86, on Thursday night at Staples Center. Here are five takeaways from the game: 1. The...
  • Magic need a win over the Cavaliers to draw positives from this homestand

    Magic need a win over the Cavaliers to draw positives from this homestand
    This was supposed to be a four-game homestand in which the Orlando Magic would build some momentum. Just the opposite has occurred. After losses to the Utah Jazz and Philadelphia 76ers and a win over the Boston Celtics that felt more like a loss,...
  • UConn Men's Insider: AAC Showing Some Signs Of Life Lately; Now Will Huskies?

    A funny thing happened on the way to oblivion – actually three funny things: Cincinnati was back in its old grind-it-out mold, took San Diego State to overtime and won, 71-62. They couldn't sustain it, though, losing to Virginia Commonwealth two...
  • Heat's Danny Granger finally ready to turn corner

    Heat's Danny Granger finally ready to turn corner
    It felt like 2012 for Heat forward Danny Granger. OK, maybe just a little. Granger scored five points late in the Heat's 101-91 victory Thursday against the Cleveland Cavaliers. It was the perfect opportunity for him to revert to his instigating...
  • Knicks' Acy suspended, Wizards' Wall fined

    The Sports Xchange Knicks' Acy suspended, Wizards' Wall fined The NBA suspended New York Knicks forward Quincy Acy for one game and fined Washington Wizards guard John Wall $15,000 for their roles in a Christmas Day altercation. Rod Thorn, president of...