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  • Warriors romp over Rockets, 131-106

    HOUSTON The Warriors issued a Texas-sized whipping of Houston in a 131-106 win Saturday. The rout of one of the Western Conference's playoff contenders came on the road and in the second game of a back-to-back, as the Warriors led by as many as 31...
  • Curry and Thompson score 27 each to help Warriors bounce back with 131-106 win over Houston

    Klay Thompson had a great night offensively on Saturday. More impressive, though, was his work on defense as he limited NBA leading scorer James Harden to just 11 points. Stephen Curry and Thompson scored 27 points each and the Golden State Warriors...
  • NFL conference-title match-ups deliver Game of Thrones

     NFL conference-title match-ups deliver Game of Thrones
    It's CCS: Conference Championship Sunday. Or another way of looking at it is that this is the penultimate chapter in the NFL's "Game of Thrones." And each of these surviving four armies is led by its own Prince Charming, but which will be crowned king?...
  • Winderman's view: Heat 95, Kings 83

    Observations from Friday night's 95-83 victory over the Sacramento Kings at Sleep Train Arena: -- The teams entered with virtually the same records, but the Heat entered in the thick of the playoff race, while the Kings already are waiting for next...
  • 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...
  • Rookie Gordon close to returning

    Rookie Gordon close to returning
    Magic rookie SF Aaron Gordon is days away from playing again after being sidelined since mid-November. Gordon, the Magic's No. 4 pick in the draft last June, had surgery to repair a fracture in his left foot Nov. 21 in Charlotte, N.C. Gordon, 6-feet-...
  • Magic's new style makes them fun to watch

    Magic's new style makes them fun to watch
    The building sounded like old times -- and right in front of Dwight Howard, the star responsible for so much of the noise years ago. The Magic played their best game at Amway Center this season, beating Howard and the Houston Rockets 120-113 on...
  • Magic finally fun to watch again

    Magic finally fun to watch again
    Talk about your big breakthroughs. There's Einstein's theory of relativity, Richard Petty inventing the wheel, the smallpox vacine and the NFL RedZone channel. Here's another monumental breakthrough: The Magic have suddenly become an entertaining...
  • Bianchi: Dwight, Magic marriage was made in heaven, but divorce has been hell

    Bianchi: Dwight, Magic marriage was made in heaven, but divorce has been hell
    The divorce took place three years ago and still the two parties are struggling to find happiness and normalcy in the aftermath of the breakup. Remember "Every Breath You Take" – the old song by the Police? "Since you've gone I've been lost...
  • Lakers could shut down Kobe Bryant before end of season

    Lakers could shut down Kobe Bryant before end of season
    Don't be surprised if it happens after the All-Star break, maybe in late February or March. The Lakers haven't yet talked about shutting down Kobe Bryant later this season, but it makes sense. They're terrible with him. Terrible without him. And...
  • Sideline Chatter: A bull's-eye on destruction

    It took 110 police officers and security guards to restore order after spectators rioted during an international darts tournament in Melbourne, Australia. On the plus side, though, prosecutors shouldn't have any problem making the charges stick....