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  • 'Renaissance man' Gasol happy to control his own destiny

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Considered by many to be the 'Renaissance man' in the National Basketball Association (NBA), Spanish forward Pau Gasol is delighted finally to be the sole architect of his 'revival' as he eyes his playing future. The 33-year-old...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 4/19 log (updated Friday PM)

    6:30 a.m.    Golf: Malaysian Open third round (d. in Kuala Lumpur).--Golf 7:40 a.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Fulham at Tottenham.--NBCSN 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable channel 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in Newport News).--NNPS...
  • Clippers, Warriors dislike each other

    The basketball world knows there is deep-seated animosity between the Clippers and Golden State Warriors. Just listen to Reggie Miller, the NBA Hall of Famer and basketball analyst, explain why he’s looking forward to the first-round Western...
  • Mike D'Antoni says basketball has changed; analysts need to adapt

    Coach Mike D'Antoni, along with General Manager Mitch Kupchak, met with the team's players over the past 48 hours for exit interviews at the Lakers' practice facility. The job status of D'Antoni, who is under contract for next season, wasn't discussed....
  • Smush Parker allegedly punches a high schooler in the face

    Smush Parker allegedly punches a high schooler in the face
    Kobe Bryant has always disapproved of Smush Parker. Perhaps for good reason. Parker, a former Laker, allegedly punched a 16-year-old in the jaw during a pickup basketball game, according to the New York Post.  Wolfgang Novogratz, a 6-foot-2, 185-...
  • Big sale for the Bucks, so what's next

    MILWAUKEE Big changes, they are coming for the Milwaukee Bucks. In fact some are already here. A new era for the franchise started with a bang Wednesday on the final day of the regular season as incoming owners Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens were...
  • Former Pistons star Adrian Dantley still doesn't like Isiah Thomas, calls him a 'con man'

    Adrian Dantley didn't watch Thursday night's "Bad Boys" 30 for 30 documentary on ESPN. In fact, he didn't even want to be a part of it. "But the NBA kept begging me to be on there, so I did the interview," Dantley told Matt Dery on Detroit Sports 105....
  • Mavericks try to ignore the odds

    It's been done before. That's what the Mavericks need to keep telling themselves. Five times in NBA history relatively recent NBA history, at that a No. 8-seeded team has taken down the No. 1 team in a conference, including three times in the best-of-...
  • It's Clippers vs. Warriors, and it might get rough

    A smile crossed Blake Griffin's face as he weaved his way through a media throng Friday to answer questions about the first-round playoff series between his Clippers and the Golden State Warriors. Griffin's eyes grew wider, too, when the All-Star...
  • Clippers vs. Warriors: How two unfriendly rivals match up

    Clippers vs. Warriors: How two unfriendly rivals match up
    Aside from the constant refrain of whether the Clippers and Golden State Warriors dislike or hate each other, their first-round Western Conference playoff series has the potential to be very entertaining. The Clippers have two All-Stars in point guard...
  • Hawks won't get Horford back for playoffs

    Al Horford will not return from a torn pectoral muscle for the postseason, Hawks officials reiterated Friday. Following the diagnosis of a torn right pectoral muscle in December, the Hawks said Horford was out for the remainder of the season. Horford...