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  • Heat hate pre-dates LeBron, Bosh and 2010 free agency

    Heat hate pre-dates LeBron, Bosh and 2010 free agency
    So this new rendition of the Miami Heat somehow already managed to make Sports Illustrated's list of "The 25 Most Hated Teams of All Time," a list topped by the 1986 University of Miami football team. OK then. Since a Heat team that has yet to play a...
  • Feb. 28, 1993: Iverson determined to shine, to overcome his past

    Allen Iverson's gentle tone of voice rarely changes. Even as he recounts the violence, poverty and drug abuse he has witnessed in his 17 years, the voice remains quiet, steady. To an outsider, this calm is eerie. But the sad truth is, such blights are...
  • Jan. 22, 1995: At last it's Allen Iverson vs. Felipe Lopez

    Two complete strangers, linked for two years by talent and anticipation, will finally meet Tuesday. Felipe Lopez. Allen Iverson. El Senor. Bubbachuck. Mere freshmen, they are heralded as the saviors of the Big East, a once-mighty basketball conference...
  • May 2, 1996: Iverson leaves Georgetown, says he'll turn pro

    Allen Iverson's face was stoic, his voice unwavering. But the tears in his mother's eyes revealed the raw emotion of the moment. ``My family needs me right now,'' Iverson said Wednesday as he confirmed that he is forgoing his final two college basketball...
  • Jan. 3, 1995: Iverson fitting in as a freshman at Georgetown

    Four months into an improbable academic and athletic odyssey, Allen Iverson has apparently built a sturdy foundation at Georgetown University. ``This is where I want to be in my life right now,'' Iverson said Monday during his first interview since his...
  • Koutoufas and Moore: Coaching together on opposite sidelines

    It was 20 years ago, give or take, and Denbigh basketball coach Dennis Koutoufas was on a train for New York City. Waiting for him at the station would be Ben Moore, his former assistant and now the head man at Warwick. Sure, coaching two schools...
  • Teel Time: Florida's Macklin latest Boo Williams alum chosen in NBA draft

    Add Vernon Macklin to the litany of Boo Williams alumni drafted by the NBA. A 6-foot-10 forward from the University of Florida and Portsmouth’s Norcom High, Macklin was chosen in the second round Thursday, No. 52 overall, by the Detroit Pistons....
  • We interrupt this lockout for some perspective

    O h, no, am I here all alone? Actually, the world didn't end when the NBA locked its players out. The NBA didn't even end, even if it felt as if it were about to as darkness moved across the land. I have nothing against doomsday scenarios ... but if...
  • Rickey Smiley: The Summer Groove Comedy Jam host talks prank calls, movie roles and Sea-Doos

    Rickey Smiley, the Alabama-born comedian and syndicated radio-talk-show host, may be best known for making prank calls and portraying fictional characters such as churchgoing granny Bernice Jenkins and Lil Darryl, a 7-year-old with thick glasses and a...
  • Teel Time: Envisioning Troy Williams at Kentucky instead of North Carolina or Georgetown

    Teel Time: Envisioning Troy Williams at Kentucky instead of North Carolina or Georgetown
    Troy Williams will be here in two years. Bank on it. Here being the NCAA basketball tournament’s Sweet 16 weekend. Slashing, scoring, perhaps winning. The overriding question: Which jersey will Williams be wearing? A 6-foot-6 small forward at...
  • David Teel's column from 1992 East Regional final

    Debbie Krzyzewski stood still as a mannequin. Only the tears glassing over her eyes betrayed her emotions. Her mother, Mickie, sat next to her, head bowed, eyes wide open. A few feet away, Mike Krzyzewski, husband, father and coach, was fervently...