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  • Mark Cuban gives struggling couple their dream wedding

    Mark Cuban gives struggling couple their dream wedding
    Mark Cuban likes giving money away. We've known that for years. He's been fined nearly $2 million during his 14 years as owner of the Dallas Mavericks, but that hasn't stopped the billionaire from running his mouth. But sometimes Cuban finds much...
  • Why I hope Donald Sterling fights the NBA to the last gasp

    Why I hope Donald Sterling fights the NBA to the last gasp
    Few things are as disgusting as the sight of a big business enterprise swaddling itself in morality and sanctimony, proclaiming its high ethical standards.  I'm looking at you, NBA. The National Basketball Assn. has been showered with praise for the...
  • Urgency is needed in selecting Bud Selig's successor as baseball commissioner

    Adam Silver spoke with authority, boldness and precision. When the NBA commissioner made the first major decision of his tenure, banning Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life, Silver spoke as if he had been groomed for the job for some time. In fact,...
  • No World Cup for U.S., but not for lack of effort

    I've never played soccer, I'm not a dedicated fan and I'm strictly a layman in my understanding of the game. However, Tim Howard's performance against Belgium ranks as one of the greatest solo feats I've ever witnessed in team sports, alongside Kellen...
  • Pau Gasol is leaving the Lakers for the Bulls

    The Lakers officially waved goodbye to two free agents Saturday — one they hoped to get, the other they hoped to keep. Carmelo Anthony was very close to returning to New York, Pau Gasol elected to move to Chicago, and the Lakers were bystanders....
  • Throwback Thursday: Magic draft Dwight Howard

    Throwback Thursday: Magic draft Dwight Howard
    NBA Commissioner David Stern congratulates Dwight Howard of Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy after he was drafted first overall by the Orlando Magic in the NBA draft on June 24, 2004.
  • A quick NBA draft primer as the countdown to the No. 1 pick winds down

    Andrew Wiggins or Jabari Parker? Jabari Parker or Andrew Wiggins? Considering that the often-baffling Cleveland Cavaliers have the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft Thursday night, neither of the consensus top two players may hear his name called first....
  • As NBA teams make vibrant choices, so do the players — fashion-wise

    The Cleveland Cavaliers were late in making the first pick of the NBA draft, their dillydallying apparently not related to whom they would select but how they would explain the outfit Andrew Wiggins wore. "I almost changed my mind when I saw it,"...
  • Naismith Hall Of Fame: Early Women's Powerhouse Immaculata To Be Inducted

    SPRINGFIELD – Theresa Grentz, then Theresa Shank, was all set to attend Mount St. Mary's College in Maryland on an academic scholarship following high school. She was going to be a teacher. But on March 15 of her senior year in high school, her...
  • Mitch Richmond, Alonzo Mourning officially join Hall of Fame

    Mitch Richmond, Alonzo Mourning officially join Hall of Fame
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  • Mourning, Stern among Hall of Fame honorees

    Mourning, Stern among Hall of Fame honorees
    The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame added nine individuals and a team on Friday night at the induction ceremony in Springfield, Mass., and one of the most grateful to be there was Alonzo Mourning. Mourning and former NBA commissioner David Stern were...