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  • As Miami Heat goes for No. 3, here are six teams that stand in the way

    As Miami Heat goes for No. 3, here are six teams that stand in the way
    Three-peat is so 1988. The term purportedly coined by Byron Scott and definitively trademarked by Pat Riley amid the Lakers' failed bid for a third consecutive NBA title in the late '80s should be discarded like the faded T-shirts bearing the slogan...
  • NBA free agents: Updates on Class of 2012

    <b>NBA free agents:</b> Updates on Class of 2012
    An updated look at NBA free agents. Who has signed, who is still available, who has become available: Best of who is left: Kenyon Martin, Josh Howard, Derek Fisher, Chris Andersen, Mickael Pietrus, Mehmet Okur (retired), Maurice Evans, Ryan Gomes,...
  • Pacers look to fortify front line with addition of Luis Scola

    Pacers look to fortify front line with addition of Luis Scola
    The Indiana Pacers, who took the two-time reigning NBA champion Miami Heat to seven games in the Eastern Conference finals last spring, are fortifying their front line by trading for versatile and durable big man Luis Scola of the Phoenix Suns. Scola, a...
  • Candace Parker (23 points) leads West to 102-98 WNBA All-Star victory

    Candace Parker had a blast in her All-Star debut. Parker scored a record 23 points to lead the West to a 102-98 win over the East on Saturday at Uncasville, Conn., and earn MVP honors. The Sparks star was voted a starter for the 2011 game, but she...
  • Heat remain atop the East, while Sixers are in the basement

    Heat remain atop the East, while Sixers are in the basement
    NBA teams have completed the bulk of their offseason moves, so now’s the perfect time to evaluate what, if anything, has changed in the Eastern Conference’s balance of power. There will be two competitions to watch in the season ahead. Can...
  • Which NBA teams hurt by flopping rule?

    Heat is on the Heat K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune The Miami Heat better figure out a way to defend without flopping. OK, so that's not entirely fair to a defensive team schooled in the principles of Pat Riley. Erik Spoelstra is a terrific defensive...
  • Dwight Howard's dream of playing for Brooklyn is over at least until Jan. 15

    Dwight Howard's dream of playing for Brooklyn is over at least until Jan. 15
    Dwight Howard's dream of playing for the Brooklyn Nets has sustained a potentially insurmountable setback, enhancing the chances that the Orlando Magic will open training camp with the disgruntled superstar on their roster. After talks between the...
  • NBA's veto of Chris Paul trade spurs plenty of consequences

     
    It's a move that's going to be more controversial than The Decision, and this time it's not only the people in Cleveland that are angry. The Lakers had just orchestrated a three-way deal to bring Chris Paul to L.A. while sending Pau Gasol to the Houston...
  • Chris Paul deal: NBA must admit its mistake, reverse decision

     
    With all the anger spurred by the NBA's rejection of a trade that would've sent the New Orleans Hornets' Chris Paul to the Lakers, Commissioner David Stern needs to own up to a mistake and reverse course....
  • No appeal possible for blocked Chris Paul trade

     
    The Lakers planned to appeal to the NBA office after the Chris Paul trade was nixed, but there was a problem: The NBA considered the trade to have been blocked by New Orleans, not the league itself....
  • Dan Gilbert rips Chris Paul trade to Lakers, is he right?

     
    According to Yahoo! Sports, the Cleveland Cavaliers owner e-mailed NBA commissioner David Stern expressing his disgust of the three-team trade of Chris Paul's trade to the Los Angeles Lakers....