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  • Retiring NBA Commissioner: 'No current team in play' for Seattle

    Retiring NBA Commissioner: 'No current team in play' for Seattle
    NBA Commissioner David Stern announced on Thursday that he will step down as commissioner on Feb. 1, 2014, the 30th anniversary of the day he began a job that seemed unattractive at best and impossible at worst. Stern also answered questions during the...
  • Steinberg: What was Stern's legacy?

    David Stern, the NBA commissioner has wielded unquestioned power over his sport in a way rarely seen over the last 30 years. He will retire in February of 2014, handing power over to his longtime deputy, Adam Silver. It is unlikely that any...
  • Alabama Shakes, Alicia Keys and Christoph Waltz

    The weekend's NBA all star game gave halftime show junkies a fix after their Super Bowl withdrawl, Danica Patrick ran a fast qualifying lap, and Christoph Waltz shows everyone the lighter side of Hitler. Welcome to the post-weekend edition of your daily...
  • Do other NBA teams need new nicknames?

    A return for the Sonics Barry Stavro Los Angeles Times David Stern is ready to give whoever buys the Kings a get-out-of-jail-free card and bless a move to Seattle. With an inevitable change in zip codes coming, it's also time to ditch the Kings as a...
  • Chris Paul wanted to play for the Clippers over the Lakers

    Chris Paul wanted to play for the Clippers over the Lakers
    Chris Paul apparently feels no ill will toward NBA commissioner David Stern for kaboshing a trade last year that would have sent the All-Star point guard to the Lakers. Paul told  GQ magazine that he preferred to play for the Clippers, rather than the...
  • Teel Time: Orlando bids to bring ACC basketball tournament to new NBA arena

    Add Orlando, Fla., to the cities bidding to host the ACC men’s basketball tournament for the first time. Steve Hogan, the CEO of Florida Citrus Sports, said Thursday that Orlando wants to bring the event to its Amway Center, new home of the NBA&...
  • Can NBA reclaim lost momentum of lengthy lockout?

     
    Unless the feuding parties suddenly make progress, the NBA will lose games, if not the season — and the whirlwind momentum it gained last season. The league is coming off one of its more fan-friendly campaigns, riding the wave of excitement...
  • With UCF, Boise State, Big East would be better than with Pitt and Syracuse

    With UCF, Boise State, Big East would be better than with Pitt and Syracuse
    Running off at the typewriter. … There's no question now: UCF absolutely has to go to the Big East. Why? Two reasons: Boise State and USF. When word began leaking out Friday that Boise State would soon be joining the Big East, UCF's decision...
  • Altamonte Springs fan urges walkout to combat lockout

    Altamonte Springs fan urges walkout to combat lockout
    A lot of you had a lot to say in reaction to today's column about tumbleweeds rolling down Church Street on Saturday night, when the Orlando Magic should have been playing the New Jersey Nets if not for the lockout. But my favorite response so far...
  • Dwight Howard: Playing in a large market is appealing

    Dwight Howard: Playing in a large market is appealing
    Dwight Howard finally said out loud what Orlando Magic fans have feared for a long time: Playing for a big-market franchise could appeal to him if he becomes a free agent next summer. In an Esquire magazine interview released Monday, the All-NBA center...
  • Chris Paul Traded to Clippers in Tentative Deal: Sources

    Chris Paul Traded to Clippers in Tentative Deal: Sources
    LOS ANGELES -- The Clippers have agreed to acquire All-Star point guard Chris Paul from the New Orleans Hornets in a blockbuster deal that includes sending Eric Gordon to the Hornets, two people with knowledge of the situation who were not authorized to...