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  • Austin Rivers says his mom was a 'wreck' about his playing for father

    When Austin Rivers heard he was coming to the Clippers, the first thing he did was call his mother, Kristen. "She was a wreck the first night," he said. She eventually gave her blessing to her husband, Clippers Coach Doc Rivers, and son, but the coach...
  • Magic's untouchables: Vooch, Oladipo, Payton

    Magic's untouchables: Vooch, Oladipo, Payton
    Trade winds have been blowing in the NBA for some time this season. Magic GM Rob Hennigan is no stranger to making deals. The Magic could use a rim-protecting power forward (who couldn't?) and a go-to wing (Andrew Wiggins, we never knew ye). Here's my...
  • Clippers acquire Doc Rivers' son, Austin, in three-team trade

    The Clippers acquired Austin Rivers, the son of the team's coach, Doc Rivers, in a three-team trade that involves the Boston Celtics and the Phoenix Suns on Thursday. The Clippers sent forward Reggie Bullock to the Suns. The Celtics received Suns...
  • Preview: Lakers at Denver Nuggets

    The Lakers (9-22) have lost three straight games to fall four back of the Nuggets (13-18), whom they'll visit in Denver on Tuesday night. The two teams previously met in late November at Staples Center. Kobe Bryant scored 27 points and Jeremy Lin...
  • Five takeaways from the Lakers' loss to the Memphis Grizzlies

    Five takeaways from the Lakers' loss to the Memphis Grizzlies
    The Lakers (10-23) let the lead slip away but fought to the end before falling to the Memphis Grizzlies (24-8).  Here are five takeaways from their 109-106 loss  Friday at Staples Center. 1. Ed Davis did not have much trouble with his new mask, needed...
  • Lakers' Carlos Boozer pulls it together in unexpected twist

    Lakers' Carlos Boozer pulls it together in unexpected twist
    This has all been, um, interesting for Carlos Boozer. He arrived in Los Angeles with a shrug from most Lakers followers. They wanted to see rookie Julius Randle at power forward, not him. Then he lost his starting job 20 games into the season,...
  • Nuggets trade Nate Robinson to Boston for Jameer Nelson

    Nuggets trade Nate Robinson to Boston for Jameer Nelson
    The Denver Nuggets traded backup point guard Nate Robinson to the Boston Celtics on Tuesday for guard Jameer Nelson. Robinson was a member of the Celtics for parts of 2009-10 and ‘10-11. He averaged 5.8 points for Denver this season a year after...
  • Jacque Vaughn says he's not worried about his job security

    Jacque Vaughn says he's not worried about his job security
    One of the lessons Jacque Vaughn learned during his NBA playing career is serving him well now that the team he's coaching has lost 11 of its last 14 games, igniting calls from some Orlando Magic fans for the organization to fire him as the team's head...
  • Owner of St. Louis Rams plans to build NFL stadium in Inglewood

    Owner of St. Louis Rams plans to build NFL stadium in Inglewood
    The owner of the St. Louis Rams plans to build an NFL stadium in Inglewood, which could pave the way for the league's return to Los Angeles. Rams owner Stan Kroenke, who bought 60 acres adjacent to the Forum a year ago, has joined forces with the owners...
  • Ira Winderman: Heat won't be able to back into playoffs

    Ira Winderman: Heat won't be able to back into playoffs
    It used to be these were the depths the Miami Heat would scour only when considering potential first-round postseason opponents. Now the post-LeBron James Heat find themselves amongst them, battling not necessarily for seeding, but survival. With...
  • Orlando Magic have plummeted to an alarming new low

    Orlando Magic have plummeted to an alarming new low
    PORTLAND, Ore. — Orlando Magic players couldn't bear to watch the final seconds of their loss Friday night. As the final 15 seconds ticked down, with the undermanned Los Angeles Lakers needing only to dribble out the clock, Magic players stood...