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  • Ira Winderman: March Madness? Riley cool to the notion

    Ira Winderman: March Madness? Riley cool to the notion
    To his credit, this remains a time when Pat Riley continues with his cross-country due diligence, fanning out around the nation along with his staff to scout college tournaments. Because even if his picks don't come in the lottery or the first-round, or...
  • Ira Winderman: No logic for Heat to tank

    Ira Winderman: No logic for Heat to tank
    First, the reality: NBA teams don't tank. At least not when it comes to the perception of playing to lose. Coaches coach to win; players play to win. Always. Example A was the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. Now, that...
  • Ira Winderman: Heat grooming point guards in D-League

    Ira Winderman: Heat grooming point guards in D-League
    Considering hyperbole has left the building when it comes to this season's Miami Heat, we're not going to go quite this far. Others, however, might: The Heat's two best prospects at point guard currently are playing for their NBA Development League...
  • UCLA's Norman Powell puts in four years of consistently hard work

    UCLA's Norman Powell puts in four years of consistently hard work
    On an afternoon filled with tuxedoed ushers, tap-dancing performers and anonymous players, a lovely bit of old-fashioned college basketball broke out. His name is Norman Powell. He wears his simple striped socks low on his high-top sneakers. He wears...
  • Assistant coach Mark Madsen brings a positive charge to Lakers

    Assistant coach Mark Madsen brings a positive charge to Lakers
    In a Lakers season measured mostly by the number of tedious losses, while players sulked over losing their starting jobs and Kobe Bryant reamed out teammates for being softer than the cushiest of toilet tissue, one ray of sunshine has pierced the gloom....
  • Van Gundy struggling to elevate Pistons

    Van Gundy struggling to elevate Pistons
    You figured that Stan Van Gundy might eventually miss the good old days in Orlando in his new dual role as coach and president of the woeful Detroit Pistons. You just didn't think it would be this soon — with the early returns so horrendous. The...
  • Ira Winderman: Reimagining the Carmelo-Heat possibility

    Ira Winderman: Reimagining the Carmelo-Heat possibility
    "We were a little late to that party." -- Pat Riley, in late July, on the Miami Heat's free-agency pursuit of Carmelo Anthony. Of course they were. There were, after all, other priorities earlier that month, including what proved to be misguided...
  • Ira Winderman: NBA replay streamlined, not seamless

    Ira Winderman: NBA replay streamlined, not seamless
    Video review has come a long way in the NBA, about to make its greatest stride this season, with the opening of the NBA Replay Center in Secaucus, N.J., a facility equipped with 20 replay stations, 94 video monitors, capable of processing 300 billion bits...
  • Ira Winderman: Scheduling solution? Longer season

    Ira Winderman: Scheduling solution? Longer season
    There is a simple solution to the debate that has grown out of Sunday's experimentation with a 44-minute preseason game between the Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics. On one side, there are the traditionalists who contend that anything shorter than 48...
  • Ira Winderman: Heat career full circle for Chris Quinn

    Ira Winderman: Heat career full circle for Chris Quinn
       To some, it's as if Chris Quinn never left, considering at 31 he's back with the Miami Heat.    For while, even after he was traded by the Heat in 2010, it felt like he never left, considering what he experienced in one of his ensuing adventures,...
  • Ira Winderman: Heat's Granger living an altered reality

    Ira Winderman: Heat's Granger living an altered reality
        As he sat in a folding chair just outside of the locker room at AmericanAirlines Arena, Danny Granger surprisingly did not have the look of someone who had been consistently blindsided.     And yet, how could he possibly have seen so much of this...