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  • Preview: Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday

    Preview: Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
    When/Where: 7:30 p.m., AmericanAirlines Arena. Tickets: Available at HEAT.com or 1-800-4NBA-TIX. TV: Sun Sports, NBA TV. Radio: 790-AM, 104.3-FM, 106.5-FM, 710-AM (Spanish). Scouting report: This is the Heat's first home game after a five-game...
  • For once, Kobe Bryant is not the topic of the hour

    For once, Kobe Bryant is not the topic of the hour
    Kobe Bryant wasn't the only thing missing from the Lakers on Friday in Utah. There were also no questions about him, a heavy departure from the norm. He was out of sight, out of mind, resting at home while the Lakers slogged their way to a 94-85...
  • Bulls on pace for 54 wins during up-and-down season

    Bulls on pace for 54 wins during up-and-down season
    The Bulls opened the second half of the regular season Saturday night on pace for 54 victories by dropping their home mark to a pedestrian 12-10 after the Hawks won their 12th straight, 107-99. In many ways, this has been another odd season thus far....
  • ASK IRA: Should Heat consider Calderon for more-immediate fix?

    ASK IRA: Should Heat consider Calderon for more-immediate fix?
    Q: Wouldn't you agree that Jose Calderon can be an upgrade over Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole, while providing solid 3-point shooting and playmaking. Not to mention that he and Chris Bosh had couple of good seasons together in Toronto back in the day, so...
  • From Jameis to Johnny to Jeter, it was a year to remember and forget

    From Jameis to Johnny to Jeter, it was a year to remember and forget
    This is a nostalgic look back at the sports year. Before we get going, a note to fans of Danica Patrick, Kim Jong Un and Will Muschamp's gameplans. Except for the stuff about Jameis Winston being a North Korean spy, this is largely satirical. So as...
  • Clippers' DeAndre Jordan trails in All-Star voting

    Clippers' DeAndre Jordan trails in All-Star voting
    Clippers center DeAndre Jordan ranked 12th among frontcourt players in the latest Western Conference All-Star voting results by fans, which meant … what, exactly? Not even Jordan seemed to know, because the frontcourt term encompassed centers,...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Hard-Bitten Writer Finds Fun Again In Son's Game

    Jeff Jacobs: Hard-Bitten Writer Finds Fun Again In Son's Game
    The sports fan in me died Sept. 9, 1972. Forty two years later, it isn't difficult to make such an admission. The hard part is admitting the sports fan in me returned from the dead in the waning days of 2014. Growing up in the 1960s as a fan of the...
  • Clippers' hectic schedule means practice falls by the wayside

    Clippers' hectic schedule means practice falls by the wayside
    Lots of games. Barely any practices. That's the reality facing the Clippers, who are 16 days into a 26-day stretch in which they will play 15 games without consecutive days off. So far, they have practiced all of one time since this portion of their...
  • Tracking UCLA's first-round NBA picks in 2014

    Tracking UCLA's first-round NBA picks in 2014
    A quick look at UCLA players who were chosen in the first round of the NBA draft last June. —┬áZach LaVine, guard, Minnesota Timberwolves (13th pick): LaVine sat often for UCLA at the end of last season, but he has found himself in the starting...
  • Thunder, minus Kevin Durant, top Spurs 114-106

    SAN ANTONIO -- Moving from end to end with the acceleration of a Porsche, guard Russell Westbrook scored 34 points, helping the Oklahoma City Thunder defeat the San Antonio Spurs 114-106 Thursday. Westbrook also passed for 11 assists. Fans in San...
  • Bulls much appreciate Mike Dunleavy's durability and steady play

     Bulls much appreciate Mike Dunleavy's durability and steady play
    Mike Dunleavy missed only 11 games in his first six NBA seasons, so he's no stranger to durability. But the run he's on now, the only Bull to play in all 103 games over this season and last, is appreciated. That's because Dunleavy, then with the Pacers,...