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  • Mucho LeBron para pocos Nets, el Heat toma ventaja de 3-1 en la semifinal

    Mucho LeBron para pocos Nets, el Heat toma ventaja de 3-1 en la semifinal
     AURELIO MORENO/EL SENTINEL LeBron James anotó 49 puntos, Chris Bosh anotó un triple decisivo y el Heat de Miami venció a los Nets de Brooklyn, 102-96, el lunes para tomar ventaja de 3-1 en una de las semifinales de la conferencia Este de la NBA....
  • Paul Pierce Spoke, LeBron James Responded

    Paul Pierce Spoke, LeBron James Responded
    NEW YORK — LeBron James had some messages to send. Oh, he had some messages to send. On Sunday, James made it clear that the NBA players not only don't want Donald Sterling owning the Los Angeles Clippers, they don't want any of Sterling family...
  • Teel Time: ACC wisely returning basketball tournament final to Saturday

    Teel Time: ACC wisely returning basketball tournament final to Saturday
    Wisely revisiting the past, the ACC is moving its storied basketball tournament championship game from Sunday afternoon to Saturday night. The announcement came Tuesday during the league’s annual spring meetings in Amelia Island, Fla. As was the...
  • UCLA, seeking tough basketball foes, will play Gonzaga, Kentucky

     UCLA, seeking tough basketball foes, will play Gonzaga, Kentucky
    UCLA hasn't had the toughest nonconference men's basketball schedule in recent years, but that is changing. The Bruins announced Wednesday they added a sixth brand name to their early 2014-15 schedule — perennial West Coast Conference power...
  • Ennio Morricone cancels concerts in Los Angeles, New York

    Ennio Morricone, the celebrated Italian film composer, has canceled his upcoming June concerts in Los Angeles and New York, citing complications resulting from a back injury. The composer had already postponed the concerts from March and has now...
  • The XL Center's Future Is Everyone's Business

    The XL Center's Future Is Everyone's Business
    As sports fans, we all want the best venues. As taxpayers, few of us want to foot the bill. That's why public discussion on where our teams play isn't a luxury. It's a necessity. Unless the sugar daddy of all sugar daddies comes to the rescue, what...
  • Maryland will face Villanova in Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden in December

    Maryland will face Villanova in Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden in December
    The Maryland men's basketball team will play Villanova in the first game of a Madison Square Garden doubleheader as part of the 2014 Jimmy V Classic on Dec. 9. The Terps and Wildcats will meet at 7 p.m., following by Indiana and Louisville at 9 p.m....
  • Food server sues Houston Rockets, accuses players of anti-gay slurs

    A food server who worked inside the locker rooms at the Brooklyn Nets’ Barclays Center is suing the Houston Rockets and the company that oversees the arena’s catering, claiming he was subjected to anti-gay slurs before a game last year and...
  • Rutgers Vs. UConn Rivalry Will Live On

    UNCASVILLE — The long and always interesting rivalry between UConn and Rutgers in the Big East and American Athletic Conference will live on after this season as nonconference opponents. Senior women's athletic administrators from both programs...
  • The Killers set a Sands Bethlehem Event Center record with sellout

     
    Modern rock band The Killer, which Sands Bethlehem Event Center officials described as the biggest act to ever play there, has achieved another superlative. The fastest standing-capacity sellout in the venue’s two years. The Killers The Killers,...
  • UConn's Shabazz Napier, Amida Brimah Honored By AAC

    MEMPHIS — Shabazz Napier isn't coming to Memphis to pick up individual honors, he did not stay four years at UConn for that. "I don't care," he said, laughing, when asked about the American Athletic Conference awards. "I'm not into individual...