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  • Greg Oden arrested, allegedly punched ex-girlfriend

    Greg Oden was arrested in Lawrence, Ind., early Thursday for allegedly punching his ex-girlfriend. The incident took place at Oden's mother's home, police said, and the NBA player admitted to wrongdoing when authorities arrived on the scene at 3:30 a.m....
  • Greg Oden arrested for allegedly punching ex-girlfriend

    Greg Oden arrested for allegedly punching ex-girlfriend
    Former Miami Heat center Greg Oden was arrested early Thursday morning in an Indianapolis suburb on suspicion of punching his ex-girlfriend, police said. Police in Lawrence, Ind., were called to the home of one of Oden’s relatives around 3:30 a.m....
  • Love story: T-Wolves star will join Cavs, sign long-term

    Kevin Love's summer of uncertainty is about to reach a joyful conclusion in which he joins LeBron James in Cleveland and signs a five-year, $120 million contract. According to Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski, the long-discussed trade to send Love from the...
  • Heat sign veteran forward Shawne Williams

    The Miami Heat signed veteran forward Shawne Williams on Friday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. A six-year veteran, Williams spent last season with the Los Angeles Lakers and their NBA D-League affiliate, Los Angeles Defenders. Williams...
  • Ex-Heat center Greg Oden arrested for allegedly punching ex-girlfriend

    Ex-Heat center Greg Oden arrested for allegedly punching ex-girlfriend
    Former Miami Heat center Greg Oden was arrested in Lawrence, Ind., early Thursday for allegedly punching his ex-girlfriend. The incident took place at Oden's mother's home, police said, and the NBA player admitted to wrongdoing when authorities...
  • Bianchi: Did Dwight really try to recruit Jameer to Houston?

    Bianchi: Did Dwight really try to recruit Jameer to Houston?
    Did Dwight Howard really and truly try to recruit his old Orlando Magic compadre Jameer Nelson to the Houston Rockets? I asked Jameer to respond to the those very rumors and rumblings on our Open Mike radio show Wednesday and Jameer's non-answer was...
  • Pat Riley on Heat offseason: 'We will continue to recover'

    Pat Riley on Heat offseason: 'We will continue to recover'
      For the first time this offseason, Miami Heat President Pat Riley put his voice to the free-agency tumult that has reshaped his roster in the wake of the departure of forward LeBron James.   On the day the Heat formally announced the re-signing of...
  • Report: 76ers oppose lottery changes

    The Sports Xchange Report: 76ers oppose lottery changes Change is coming to the NBA draft lottery, but the team most likely to be impacted if proposed adjustments are implemented is tapping the brakes. A major overhaul will be voted on by the NBA...
  • Will IronPigs avoid record-tying 11th straight loss

    Will IronPigs avoid record-tying 11<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> straight loss
    By the time you read this, it's likely the IronPigs (who are playing a matinee against Rochester) will have lost their franchise record-tying 11th straight game... Also underway are the Phillies, who seek to follow Tuesday's 6-0 win over the Mets behind...
  • Hamilton poised to become Heat's 12th guaranteed player

    Hamilton poised to become Heat's 12th guaranteed player
       Center Justin Hamilton is poised to become the 12th player under guaranteed contract to the Miami Heat, when his partial guarantee kicks in Friday.    Hamilton, an outside-shooting 7-footer who finished last season with the Heat, has an $816,000...
  • 76ers reportedly fighting changes to NBA's draft lottery

    The 76ers want to delay significant changes to the NBA draft lottery system, according to an ESPN.com story. Designed to stop teams from trying to improve via tanking, which is what Sixers general manager Sam Hinkie did last season and apparently is...