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  • Teen Mike Dunleavy would be proud of adult Mike Dunleavy

    Teen Mike Dunleavy would be proud of adult Mike Dunleavy
    As the son of a former player and coach in the NBA, Mike Dunleavy Jr. has been around basketball his entire life. Entering his 12th season, the swingman came to Chicago as a free agent last summer to help the Bulls reach their goal of an NBA title. He...
  • Snubbing some all-time greats

    Snubbing some all-time greats
    Jerry Kramer used to be bitter about being snubbed by the Hall of Fame, the former Green Bay Packers guard who was an integral part of five championship teams in the 1960s vowing to stick it to the pro football shrine in Canton, Ohio, if he had the...
  • David Stern, a real league leader

    Commissioner is a title far too limiting for David Stern. He has been part comedian, part dictator, part visionary, part man on a mission, and there's nothing Ron Artest's fists, Gilbert Arenas' guns or Allen Iverson's wardrobe could possibly do to stop...
  • The 30 biggest events of David Stern's NBA tenure

    A look at 30 of the biggest events to unfold during David Stern's 30-year run as NBA commissioner, which is scheduled to end Feb. 1: June 1984—Michael Jordan, Hakeem Olajuwon, John Stockton and Charles Barkley are drafted, stocking the league with...
  • In 'Out at CHM,' gay history is museum-ready

    In 'Out at CHM,' gay history is museum-ready
    When "Out at CHM" began in 2004, the idea for the series was "to do more inclusive history about the city of Chicago, to do more history that was risk-taking," said Jill Austin, a curator at the Chicago History Museum. After 10 years, 30 events,...
  • NBA's new generation of All-Stars: They've got next

    NEW ORLEANS — The kids are taking over the place. You can't toss a string of beads in the French Quarter this weekend without hitting a wide-eyed NBA All-Star. The festivities have become one extended Rising Stars Challenge between the six...
  • East pulls out all the stops to beat West, 163-155, in All-Star game

    NEW ORLEANS — Defense won the NBA All-Star game. No joke. Well, maybe a chuckle is in order. The East wasn't exactly hand-in-the-face tough during a game that featured a record 318 points and zero blocked shots, but it did manage to stop the...
  • Michael Jordan's 'flu game' Nike Air Jordan shoes sell for $104,000

    Holy Nikes! A former Utah Jazz ball boy who was given Michael Jordan's shoes after the famous "flu game" in the 1997 NBA Finals has sold the pair for more than $104,000 in an online auction. Preston Truman reportedly asked Jordan for his Nike Air Jordan...
  • Hard work paid off before sale of Nike Air Jordans from 'flu game'

    Preston Truman, the former Utah Jazz ball boy who sold a pair of Michael Jordan-autographed Nike Air Jordan shoes from the 'flu game' for a record price, is ready for the spotlight to shine on someone else. Since news of the sale, which was conducted in...
  • Dennis Rodman to celebrate Kim Jong Un's birthday in North Korea

    Dennis Rodman to celebrate Kim Jong Un's birthday in North Korea
    Dennis Rodman is going through with his plans to return to North Korea this week to train the national basketball team and help celebrate leader Kim Jong Un's birthday, despite the recent execution of Kim's uncle. Rodman has already visited the...
  • Google's 2013 searches show South Florida, as usual, trends at the top

    Google's 2013 searches show South Florida, as usual, trends at the top
    Thank you, mother of all search engines, for being there to explain twerking, gluten and bitcoin to the mystified masses. Google's 2013 world search results are out, revealing that South Florida, as usual, trends at the top, too. Of 1.2 trillion most-...