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  • As UCLA season ends, Kevon Looney keeps options open

    As UCLA season ends, Kevon Looney keeps options open
    Freshman forward Kevon Looney embraced his coaches as he stepped off the court here and walked down the tunnel into the locker room. The loss could be his final game at UCLA. Looney, considered a promising NBA prospect, could make himself available...
  • Lakers end four-game skid with 101-87 victory over the 76ers

    Lakers end four-game skid with 101-87 victory over the 76ers
    Coach Byron Scott said before the Lakers' game Sunday night that he's pushing his team to win every game, regardless of whatever impact that might have on their NBA draft position. The Lakers ran away from the Philadelphia 76ers, 101-87, with a dominant...
  • D'Angelo Russell struggles, draft prospect out of NCAA tournament

    D'Angelo Russell struggles, draft prospect out of NCAA tournament
    Ohio State guard D'Angelo Russell, a possible top-five pick in June's NBA draft, was knocked out of the NCAA tournament on Saturday as the Ohio State Buckeyes (10th seed) fell to the Arizona Wildcats (2nd), 73-58. Russell struggled against the Wildcats'...
  • Ira Winderman: Patience from Riley? Don't bet on it

    Ira Winderman: Patience from Riley? Don't bet on it
    Pat Riley has always been in a hurry. Impatience has been his virtue. At least when it has come to his tenure with the Miami Heat. Barely two months after his arrival in 1995, he blew up his roster and traded for Alonzo Mourning. Less than three...
  • Wildcats not the only team with talent heading into NCAAs

    At Kentucky these days, it's a bigger surprise when a player sticks around than when he leaves. That's why the coach, John Calipari, is the closest thing to a household name the Wildcats have. Yes, Kentucky — undefeated and top seeded in the...
  • Jim Souhan: Tournament will be latest referendum on Calipari

    John Calipari has much to gain and just as much to lose in Kentucky's quest. I was on the floor of Madison Square Garden for the 2010 NBA draft. To my right was a table of Kentucky players and Wildcats coach John Calipari. Kentucky players were selected...
  • 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...
  • NBA fines Knicks for Phil Jackson's comments about prospect

    NBA fines Knicks for Phil Jackson's comments about prospect
    With the New York Knicks as bad as they are, who can blame Phil Jackson for getting a little excited about this year's top NBA draft prospects? The NBA, for one, can. The league fined the Knicks an undisclosed amount Wednesday for Jackson's public...
  • Jahlil Okafor, Duke's star freshman, still a work in progress

    Jahlil Okafor, Duke's star freshman, still a work in progress
    Lakers and the lottery DURHAM, N.C. — The first things you notice are the hands. You've been told about them by everybody — on the record, off the record, it doesn't matter. They appear to shrink a basketball when shooting a hook,...
  • Hornets hand Lakers second consecutive loss, 104-103

    Hornets hand Lakers second consecutive loss, 104-103
    That three-game winning streak by the Lakers seems long ago after another close loss, this time a 104-103 loss to the Hornets in Charlotte. To those hoping the Lakers sink lower in the NBA draft lottery mix, it’s now a two-game losing streak....
  • Kentucky's Willie Cauley-Stein poses double threat of defense and dunks

    Kentucky's Willie Cauley-Stein poses double threat of defense and dunks
    First there was The Dunk, quickly christened by people as the best of the year even though it was only a week into February. Then came The Dunk To End All Dunks, again labeled the best of 2015 and also a slight sign of progress because we were within...