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  • Cavs, Bulls flex muscles in preseason showdown

    COLUMBUS, Ohio The next time the Cavaliers' Big Three takes the floor together will be opening night. But if Monday's preseason showing was any indication, the Cavs/Bulls series will be the highlight of the Eastern Conference this season. Kyrie Irving...
  • Five takeaways from Lakers' victory over Utah Jazz

    The Lakers trailed the Utah Jazz by 22 points and another exhibition embarrassment was on the way. Or so it appeared. Instead, the Lakers started playing defense and took a 98-91 victory Sunday at Staples Center. 1. The Lakers had 17 steals against...
  • Zion Lutheran forward Stone commits to Gators

    Zion Lutheran forward Stone commits to Gators
    Zion Lutheran Christian forward Keith Stone verbally committed to the University of Florida on Monday night after taking an official visit there this past weekend. Stone, a 6-foot-8, 230-pound senior who averaged 28 points and six rebounds last season,...
  • Inspired Derrick Rose scores 30 in loss to Cavs

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Derrick Rose would never admit it. But that certainly looked like someone reminding Kyrie Irving who is a former NBA most valuable player instead of a backup — as Rose was to Irving in this summer's FIBA World Cup for USA...
  • Broward high school results and schedules

    Zion Lutheran Christian forward Keith Stone verbally committed to the University of Florida on Monday night after taking an official visit there this past weekend. Stone, a 6-foot-8, 230-pound senior who averaged 28 points and six rebounds last season,...
  • A dropoff after the top few in CAA basketball

    At first glance, Colonial Athletic Association basketball appears to be a two- or maybe 2 1/2-tiered conference. Everyone is flawed, or at least has questions. The top three teams, or maybe the top four, have fewer questions than the rest. Media day...
  • Lakers' Julius Randle can take hard knocks, wants to dish some out

    Lakers' Julius Randle can take hard knocks, wants to dish some out
    The rookie had reasons to fall further into an exhibition-season abyss. His shot was way off, his turnovers were high and his coach kept saying he "looked lost" on the court while wondering aloud about his physical conditioning. Not to mention the...
  • Lakers' week in review

    The Lakers split a pair of preseason games against the Utah Jazz while trying to get healthy before the team's Oct. 28 regular season opener against the Houston Rockets. After badly losing two straight to the Golden State Warriors last week, the...
  • Mosqueda-Lewis Working Hard To Prove Skeptics Wrong

    Coming in a few weeks is the Hartford Courant's annual college basketball preview section. It will be jammed with a lot of things you'll likely want to absorb before the UConn women begin the season Nov. 14 at UC Davis. One of the stories I am preparing...
  • As Wizards return to city for preseason game, many recall glory days

    As Wizards return to city for preseason game, many recall glory days
    When the Washington Wizards drew a sellout crowd to Baltimore last year, it was more about the homecoming of a visiting All-Star, New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, than about a team going back to its ancestral roots. The Wizards returned Monday...
  • Phil Jackson front and center in ESPN's Knicks film

    Phil Jackson front and center in ESPN's Knicks film
    Long before he started collecting championship rings as coach of the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers, Phil Jackson was a key sixth man for one of the NBA’s most memorable teams. Jackson is featured prominently in ESPN’s new "30 for 30"...