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  • Basketball: Curie grad Cliff Alexander declares for NBA Draft

    Basketball: Curie grad Cliff Alexander declares for NBA Draft
    After one rocky, up-and-down season at Kansas, former Curie standout Cliff Alexander will declare for the NBA Draft, according to Jayhawks coach Bill Self. Alexander, a 6-foot-9 forward, led Curie to the Public League Playoff title game in 2014, but his...
  • Cliff Alexander to leave Kansas, enter the NBA Draft

    The decision was no surprise, according to Kansas coach Bill Self. Cliff Alexander, a 6-foot-8 freshman forward, announced his intentions to enter the NBA Draft on Tuesday, effectively ending a tumultuous one-year stay that including uneven performance...
  • John Calipari says Kentucky might lose seven players to NBA draft

    John Calipari says Kentucky might lose seven players to NBA draft
    Kentucky Coach John Calipari said Monday he might lose more than half a dozen players to the NBA draft. "We could lose seven guys," Calipari said. "Seven is a definitely possibility." Calipari made his comments at a downtown news conference after...
  • UCLA's Kevon Looney to leave early to enter NBA draft

    UCLA's Kevon Looney to leave early to enter NBA draft
    UCLA forward Kevon Looney has declared for the NBA draft, forgoing his final three seasons of eligibility, the team announced Monday. Looney is ranked as the 20th prospect in the draft class by DraftExpress.com. Players have the option of receiving...
  • ASK IRA: Are Heat letting pride get in the way of lottery?

    ASK IRA: Are Heat letting pride get in the way of lottery?
    Q: I get pride. I get six straight playoff appearances, a nice streak that makes for a nice TV graphic. I get wanting to make the playoffs in the year you lose LeBron James. I get wanting to make the playoffs despite losing Chris Bosh. I get wanting to...
  • Only fate Heat now control is for draft lottery

    Only fate Heat now control is for draft lottery
    Until Sunday's final buzzer in Indiana, the Miami Heat still controlled their playoff fate, needing no outside help to secure a postseason berth. Now, having fallen to 34-43 with their blowout loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Heat control a different fate,...
  • After loss, Kentucky awaits decisions on players' futures

    Big, blue lockers provided fitting shelter for Kentucky players stunned after leaving the court. Guard Tyler Ulis cried. Center Dakari Johnson stared blankly ahead. Talk was barely above a whisper. Now wasn't the right time to start discussing the...
  • Sixers face draft-pick quandries

    A scenario, if you will: You are 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie and you end up leaving the May 15 NBA Draft Lottery with the No. 2 overall pick in the draft after registering the league's third-worst regular-season record (19-63 again). With Duke...
  • Terps' Jake Layman, Melo Trimble to explore possibility of entering NBA draft

    Terps' Jake Layman, Melo Trimble to explore possibility of entering NBA draft
    Freshman point guard Melo Trimble and junior forward Jake Layman will “go through the process” of seeing where they might be taken in the NBA draft before making a decision about returning to Maryland next season, a source familiar with...
  • Phil Jackson gives upbeat message to Knicks season-ticket holders

    Phil Jackson gives upbeat message to Knicks season-ticket holders
    It's been a season to forget for the New York Knicks, and that's why team President Phil Jackson is doing what he can to keep season-ticket holders from leaving. In a letter and video message obtained by ESPN that was sent to season-ticket holders...
  • Lakers at Philadelphia 76ers preview

    Lakers at Philadelphia 76ers preview
    Monday's visit to Philadelphia may be the most important game left on the Lakers' schedule. The Lakers (19-53) owe their 2015 first-round pick to the 76ers (18-56), via the Phoenix Suns and the Steve Nash trade, provided it's not a top-five selection....