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  • 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...
  • Marino a flawed man — like all of us

    Marino a flawed man — like all of us
    You wanted to hope. That's why Thursday's news was a slap to the senses. You wanted to hope Dan Marino was beyond this. You wanted to hope his good work all these years reflected someone out of the reach of gossip pages. You wanted to hope he'd never be...
  • 6 reasons to mock--or pity--Heat fans

    6 reasons to mock--or pity--Heat fans
    As a basketball team, the Miami Heat are a sight to behold. They pass. They dunk. They defend. And they have the best player in the world. What's not to like? Everything else about the franchise, though, can get under your skin. And women who flip off...
  • ASK IRA: Could Arison go ‘renegade’ at negotiations?

     
    Q: Could Micky go all renegade Saturday, since the league has already fined him $500,000? — Robert. A: First, I'm sure David Stern has a few more $500,000 fines available for any recidivist behavior. Beyond that, I'm not quite sure I can picture...
  • NBA stars silent in NBA lockout

     
    NBA stars couldn’t get enough of the limelight this past season. So much so, in fact, that I sometimes wondered if LeBron James and ESPN President George Bodenheimer were secret cousins....
  • BankAtlantic Center to offer daily deals to consumers via The Vault

     
    The owners of the Panthers are about to open The Vault. But the deals are for their fans and others to make. Beginning Aug. 22, The Vault will begin offering daily deals on products and services with businesses throughout South......
  • Patrick Ewing hopes interview with Pistons will lead to more opportunities

     
    Orlando Magic assistant coach Patrick Ewing didn’t get the Detroit Pistons’ head-coaching gig, but he hopes his interview with the Pistons will pave the way for other head-coaching opportunities down the line....
  • Shaq: Dwight Howard has no competition at center

     
    Retired Shaquille O'Neal says that Magic star Dwight Howard should dominate for one simple reason: He has no competition at center — unlike Shaq said he did when he played in the NBA. “If Dwight doesn’t win two or three championships, I&...
  • When Shaq rips on Dwight Howard, does he have a point?

     
    Shaquille O’Neal poked Dwight Howard again over the weekend, reiterating the same points he’s made in the past: Howard doesn’t have to compete with any other great centers, Shaq is the real and original Superman, and Howard better win...
  • Unfair to paint Rashard Lewis as lockout poster boy

     
    So Rashard Lewis apparently has become the poster boy in these NBA labor talks, the symbol of a system gone haywire. First, it wasn't Lewis' fault that the Magic grossly overpaid him in 2007 to the tune of $118 million over six seasons. Would you turn...