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  • Tom Thibodeau has replaced Derrick Rose as face of the Bulls

     Tom Thibodeau has replaced Derrick Rose as face of the Bulls
    Impressively, the Bulls headed into All-Star weekend established as a team capable of earning home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs but not beating the Pacers or Heat in a seven-game series. You likely would be drawing the same...
  • Heat the team to beat in NBA's Eastern Conference

    PLAYOFF-BOUND 1. Miami 2012-13 finish: 66-16. Coming: Michael Beasley, Greg Oden. Going: Mike Miller, Juwan Howard. The Heat propped up its three-peat hopes with two balky knees and a whiff of controversy. Oden has already encountered knee...
  • Robbins' Morning Magic: Previewing the Orlando Magic's regular-season opener

    Robbins' Morning Magic: Previewing the Orlando Magic's regular-season opener
    Orlando Magic at Indiana Pacers WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis BROADCAST: TV — Fox Sports Florida. RADIO — 580 AM (WDBO). SPANISH BROADCAST — elorlandomagic.com. KEY STORYLINES: 1. Tough test: This is a...
  • Question for Bulls fans: How much ugly can you take?

    Question for Bulls fans: How much ugly can you take?
    If you have any basketball sensibilities, then don’t watch a Bulls playoff game Not an entire game, anyway. Your system can’t take it. It’s the ghost pepper of the playoff basketball Scoville Scale. I’m telling you this for...
  • Excruciating and epic, maddening and miraculous

    Excruciating and epic, maddening and miraculous
    Game 4 of Bulls-Nets should’ve been over early in the fourth quarter when the Nets had a 14-point lead with 3:45 to go. It never should’ve required overtime. Game 4 should’ve been over in the first overtime when Nate Robinson hit an...
  • Robinson has game of life

     Robinson has game of life
    With 7 minutes 25 seconds left in the game of Nate Robinson's life Saturday at the United Center, Nets forward Gerald Wallace set a backcourt screen that created a collision loud enough to make NFL draft highlights too. Robinson, a muscular 5-foot-9,...
  • Rose's return quite a sight

    Rose's return quite a sight
    INDIANAPOLIS — After covering two-thirds of the court with three dribbles, Derrick Rose cradled the basketball and cut between two Pacers to draw a foul as he made a layup that looked eerily familiar to every NBA Eastern Conference coach. One...
  • Heat challengers are familiar faces

    Heat challengers are familiar faces
       Not to mimic the DirecTV commercial, but when you no longer can stomach wall-to-wall coverage NBA summer leagues, you start to scan through all that is written about free agency and those poised to challenge the Miami Heat. And when you start to read...
  • Heat remain atop the East, while Sixers are in the basement

    Heat remain atop the East, while Sixers are in the basement
    NBA teams have completed the bulk of their offseason moves, so now’s the perfect time to evaluate what, if anything, has changed in the Eastern Conference’s balance of power. There will be two competitions to watch in the season ahead. Can...
  • As Miami Heat goes for No. 3, here are six teams that stand in the way

    As Miami Heat goes for No. 3, here are six teams that stand in the way
    Three-peat is so 1988. The term purportedly coined by Byron Scott and definitively trademarked by Pat Riley amid the Lakers' failed bid for a third consecutive NBA title in the late '80s should be discarded like the faded T-shirts bearing the slogan...
  • Stale? Fatigued? Restless? Heat not biting

    Stale? Fatigued? Restless? Heat not biting
      Shane Battier finds it humorous. That doesn't mean he also doesn't respect the challenge ahead.   But the notion of championship fatigue, one most recently offered by TNT analyst Steve Kerr amid his forecast of  the Chicago Bulls coming out of the...