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  • 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...
  • First-time All-Star approaching 34, Kyle Korver keeps getting better

    First-time All-Star approaching 34, Kyle Korver keeps getting better
    NEW YORK — Kyle Korver is a first-time All-Star. Think about that for a second: In his 12th season, turning 34 next month, the former Bulls guard is getting better as his career progresses. "It's really amazing," Korver said. "I've never been...
  • Former Bulls GM Rod Thorn honored by Hall of Fame

    Former Bulls GM Rod Thorn honored by Hall of Fame
    NEW YORK --- Rod Thorn, who famously drafted Michael Jordan as Bulls general manager in 1984, earned the John W. Bunn Lifetime Achievement award from the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday. In other Chicago-area developments, Carver High...
  • On The Fly: A-Rod To Speak At Yankee Stadium?

    On The Fly: A-Rod To Speak At Yankee Stadium?
    The Daily News reports that the Yankees might offer Yankee Stadium as the setting for an Alex Rodriguez public apology/news conference. It will be great, we're sure. We'll always remember the speech by Lou Gehrig in 1939, Derek Jeter's closing the old...
  • NBA's young talent will be on display in All-Star game

    NBA's young talent will be on display in All-Star game
    Kobe Bryant won't play in Sunday's All-Star game, his season already over because of a shoulder injury. Dwyane Wade will also skip it because of a sore hamstring. Carmelo Anthony is here, a reasonable expectation because the New York Knicks are his...
  • Zach LaVine brings excitement back to dunk contest

    Zach LaVine brings excitement back to dunk contest
    The event had drawn mostly criticism the past several years. The NBA's Slam Dunk contest lost the appeal it gained when it peaked in the 1980s, but Minnesota Timberwolves rookie Zach LaVine did his best to revive what used to be the marquee...
  • Bulls head into All-Star break in fine fashion, crushing red-hot Cavs

    Bulls head into All-Star break in fine fashion, crushing red-hot Cavs
    It didn't quite carry the heft or hilarity of his "Cleveland really sucks" rant during the 2010 playoffs. It didn't even match his "Hollywood as Hell" assessment of the LeBron James-era Heat. But Joakim Noah made clear how important the Bulls' 113-98...
  • Rip Hamilton: Pistons should have won '3 or 4' titles

    Winning an NCAA title at Connecticut. Winning an NBA championship with the Detroit Pistons. Playing with Michael Jordan. Richard (Rip) Hamilton accomplished plenty in his playing days. And he officially retired Thursday, after 14 NBA seasons. "I think...
  • Russell Westbrook steals the show in NBA All-Star game

    Russell Westbrook steals the show in NBA All-Star game
    After all the strange things happening to the underwhelming Oklahoma City Thunder, their fans could finally pull their hands away from their eyes. Thunder guard Russell Westbrook scored the second-most points in All-Star game history as the Western...
  • More like sibling revelry as NBA All-Stars Pau and Marc Gasol face off

    More like sibling revelry as NBA All-Stars Pau and Marc Gasol face off
    Advantage: Older brother. The Gasol vs. Gasol story line ended in slight favor of Pau, who had 10 points and 12 rebounds while Marc had six points and 10 rebounds Sunday. They were the first brothers to start an NBA All-Star game; Sunday's...
  • Is fourth grade too early for ultracompetitive sports?

    Is fourth grade too early for ultracompetitive sports?
    The first time Edina's fourth-grade traveling basketball team a collection of 9- and 10-year-old boys featuring Caylor, Gage, Tyler and Torin was allowed to use a full-court press, they did it with a vengeance. On a Saturday afternoon in Burnsville,...