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  • Sports TV and radio: Tuesday's 8/26 log (updated Sunday PM)

    9 a.m.    Field hockey: Sept. 2013: Bethel vs. Kecoughtan.--LSC 48 10 a.m.    NFL preseason: Tampa Bay at Buffalo (d.).--NFL Net. 10:30 a.m.    Volleyball: Oct. 2013: Kecoughtan girls vs. Bethel.-- LSC 48 11 a.m.    Tennis: U.S. Open first round.--...
  • Allentown's PPL Center announces another event, and it's a major league sport

     
    Allentown’s PPL Center has just announced another event to take place at the new arena, and this one is a sporting event. It’s not hockey, but it’s major league,. The arena will play host to an NBA preseason game: The......
  • New Clippers owner Steve Ballmer to hold rally at Staples Center Monday

    New Clippers owner Steve Ballmer to hold rally at Staples Center Monday
    An ebullient Steve Ballmer welcomed on Tuesday word that he is officially the next owner of the Clippers, saying the team will be “all about the coach and the players and my job will be to set them free to do their jobs.” “The next...
  • Basketball: City Section is considering Open Division

    The City Section basketball advisory committee has begun surveying coaches and principals about creating an Open Division for the boys' and girls' basketball playoffs similar to what the Southern Section launched last season, Huntington Park Coach Joe...
  • Meet The Muscle Behind The Huskies

    Meet The Muscle Behind The Huskies
    STORRS — The job was done. UConn's players had held up their end, enduring the grueling preseason workouts to build the stamina that allowed them to outlast every team in the country. And they did. At the podium, after the Huskies had beaten...
  • A Bleak View Of NCAA's Future

    A Bleak View Of NCAA's Future
    Walter Harrison, a serious man of letters, is not without that most important of qualities: A dry sense of humor. "So you want to check in with the wrong side of history," the University of Hartford president said after picking up the phone the other...
  • Michigan freshman Austin Hatch shares special bond with John Beilein

    Michigan basketball coach John Beilein putting his left arm around Austin Hatch on Wednesday at the Davidson Player Development Center in Ann Arbor symbolized their unique connection. The 61-year-old Beilein and 19-year-old Hatch are now that close,...
  • Sherman Oaks Notre Dame's Aaron Haigler won't stop at one sport

    Sherman Oaks Notre Dame's Aaron Haigler won't stop at one sport
    Every year, Aaron Haigler faces the same question: "Why do you play three sports?" And every year, Haigler answers: "Because I can." At 6 feet 7, 250 pounds, the 17-year-old senior from Sherman Oaks Notre Dame has no plans to change from going to...
  • A timeline on the Donald Sterling saga

    Tuesday's news that Steve Ballmer's record $2-billion bid to purchase the Clippers became official is just the latest development in the saga the started in April. What began with a recording of Donald Sterling and a female companion last fall spiraled...
  • Is Andrew Wiggins the next big thing in the NBA?

    They were at the NBA rookie symposium recently, ready to pose for a photo shoot, when it just happened. An impromptu slam-dunk contest. Memphis' Jarnell Stokes did a reverse. Meh. Then the Timberwolves' Glenn Robinson III did a 360. Nice. Fellow Wolf...
  • Lots of LeBron, less 'Melo, national TV in Heat schedule

    Lots of LeBron, less 'Melo, national TV in Heat schedule
      There will be plenty of LeBron, with the Miami Heat's 2014-15 schedule to feature four games against the player who a month ago walked away from the four-time defending Eastern Conference champions.    There will, however, be a bit less Carmelo...