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  • Crosby's return to Broadway headlines NHL East playoffs

    Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins took so long to clinch a playoff berth, they almost missed the postseason altogether. And the consequences are daunting for their tardiness in securing the Eastern Conference's final spot on the last day of the...
  • Monday's matchup: Bulls at Nets

     Monday's matchup: Bulls at Nets
    TV/radio: 6:30 p.m. Monday; CSN, WMVP-AM 1000. Storylines: The Bulls have won two of the first three meetings and aim to win the season series for the fifth straight time. The Nets are finishing a back-to-back, failing to clinch a playoff berth with...
  • Bucks clinch playoff berth in rout of Nets

    MILWAUKEE This time Milwaukee made it look easy. The Bucks blitzed Brooklyn in the third quarter and cruised to a 96-73 victory over Nets on Sunday afternoon at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Milwaukee (40-40) clinched a playoff berth in its first...
  • Danny Garcia beats D.C.'s Lamont Peterson by majority decision

    Danny Garcia beats D.C.'s Lamont Peterson by majority decision
    In their previous appearances in Brooklyn, unified junior welterweight Danny Garcia and light welterweight Lamont Peterson disappointed fans by beating underwhelming opponents. On Saturday night, Peterson and Garcia finally had their anticipated fight and...
  • Wisconsin's Dekker will skip senior season, enter NBA draft

    MADISON, Wis. The painful sight of Sam Dekker sobbing in front of his locker minutes after Wisconsin's loss to Duke in the national championship game in Indianapolis, evoked memories of J.J. Watt's tearful reaction to UW's loss to TCU in the 2011 Rose...
  • PBC can boost boxing by getting fighters into ring more

    Undefeated boxer Peter Quillin hasn't fought in nearly a year going into Saturday's prime-time bout at Brooklyn's Barclays Center. "Could you imagine Jeff Gordon running one NASCAR race a year?" marveled Jon Miller, the president of programming for NBC...
  • Pacers' Chris Copeland issues apology, listed in stable condition

    Pacers' Chris Copeland issues apology, listed in stable condition
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland apologized Thursday for making a "bad choice" by staying out too late before a game and promised to work hard to make a full recovery after he was stabbed outside a New York nightclub. The team...
  • Hawks' Thabo Sefolosha hurt in arrest, to miss playoffs

    Atlanta forward Thabo Sefolosha will miss the Hawks' final four regular-season games and the postseason because of a fractured right fibula and ligament damage suffered when he and teammate Pero Antic were arrested early Wednesday in New York. The...
  • Hawks overcome more obstacles to sweep of Nets

    NEW YORK Place an obstacle in front of the Hawks this season and they have cleared it with ease. The Hawks have recorded one franchise record after another during this historic season. They have done so with the team for sale and without its general...
  • Flyers play spoiler with dramatic win over Islanders

    Flyers play spoiler with dramatic win over Islanders
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Brayden Schenn capped a wild final 2 minutes with the winning goal with 2.1 seconds left to lift the Philadelphia Flyers past the New York Islanders 5-4 on Tuesday night. With a playoff berth at stake, the Islanders wiped out a...
  • Greg Gumbel couldn't have been listening to Bo Ryan after the NCAA title game

    Greg Gumbel couldn't have been listening to Bo Ryan after the NCAA title game
    TV studio anchors often have a difficult task because they're listening to what others around the desk are saying in one ear and have to listen to the producer barking instructions constantly in the other ear. The latter must have distracted CBS host...