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  • Pistons coach Van Gundy says Jennings was on board with acquisition of Jackson

    After the Pistons acquired point guard Reggie Jackson at the Feb. 19 trade deadline, team president/coach Stan Van Gundy shared the news with several members of the team via phone. But there was one player Van Gundy felt needed a face-to-face meeting...
  • Gary basketball players have left their mark on the college and pro game

    Gary basketball players have left their mark on the college and pro game
    Doing what I could to avoid snowflakes and relentless wind chills, I locked myself in a cozy office over the weekend and attacked a protesting Asus computer to research the impact Gary athletes have had on college ad NBA hoops. Growing fascination...
  • Pistons' comeback comes up short in loss to Wizards

    WASHINGTON The Detroit Pistons' furious rally from a 21- point deficit in the second half fell short and their losing streak was extended to three games with a 99-95 loss to the Washington Wizards. Rookie point guard Spencer Dinwiddie led the Pistons...
  • UConn Players In The NBA

    Caron Butler (Pistons): 5.8 points, 2.8 rebounds in 21.2 minutes (54 games, 2 starts). Andre Drummond (Pistons): 13.0 points, 13.0 rebounds, 1.7 blocks in 30.0 minutes (58 games and starts). 21 points, 15 rebounds, 4 blocks in double-OT loss to Knicks...
  • NBA Behind Him, Family Life Brings Rip Hamilton Back Home

    NBA Behind Him, Family Life Brings Rip Hamilton Back Home
    Richard "Rip" Hamilton's youngest son, 4-year-old Parker, has a pretty good handle with the basketball, and can and will take his father to the cup every now and then. Hamilton, the former UConn All-American, NCAA and NBA champion who officially...
  • LeBron James passes Scottie Pippen on NBA all-time assists list

    LeBron James passes Scottie Pippen on NBA all-time assists list
    LeBron James made history Tuesday night during the Cleveland Cavaliers road game against the Detroit Pistons. In the second quarter, James made a behind-the-back assist on a 3-pointer scored by Kevin Love. aThe play resulted in James’s 6,136th...
  • Kobe Bryant confirms he wanted trade in 2007 to the Chicago Bulls

    Kobe Bryant confirms he wanted trade in 2007 to the Chicago Bulls
    Kobe Bryant demanded a trade from the Lakers back in 2007, but ultimately a deal was not struck, and the team went on to win two additional titles with Bryant as NBA Finals MVP. Where did Bryant want to go in trade? "Chicago was my No. 1 choice," said...
  • Ira Winderman: Nothing minor league about Heat D-League approach

    Ira Winderman: Nothing minor league about Heat D-League approach
    With his emotional postgame interview after Wednesday night's victory over the Orlando Magic, Henry Walker made it clear just how meaningful this second NBA chance has become with the Miami Heat. And yet when he hears play calls from the bench, it's...
  • Knicks Top Sluggish Pistons 121-115 In Double OT

    Knicks Top Sluggish Pistons 121-115 In Double OT
    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Shane Larkin's three-point play in the final minute of the second overtime helped the New York Knicks snap their eight-game losing streak with a 121-115 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night. Larkin put the...
  • Earl Lloyd dies at 86; first black player in NBA

    Earl Lloyd dies at 86; first black player in NBA
    Earl Lloyd, who was the first black player in the NBA, died Thursday in Tennessee. He was 86. His college, West Virginia State, confirmed Lloyd's death but did not provide any details. It was Halloween night in 1950 when Lloyd, a 6-foot-5 forward,...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Bonds Formed In Philly Carry On Today

    UConn Men's Insider: Bonds Formed In Philly Carry On Today
    Coaches go against former players, assistants, protégés, rather frequently in sports, but there is something a level above and beyond when Larry Brown and Kevin Ollie are on opposite sides. "I don't like playing against Kevin," Brown said the day...