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  • The Stan Simpson Show: Pro-Am Leaves Hartford, NBA Finals, Healing From Infidelity

    In the first segment, Stan talks with Pete Higgins and Kevin Kirksey of the Greater Hartford Pro-Am about the basketball league's decision to leave Hartford this year to host the event in Waterbury. Up next, WTIC AM sportscaster Scott Gray talks about...
  • Love, Bosh essentially trading places

    Love, Bosh essentially trading places
       For four years, Chris Bosh was judged on what he didn't do, even as he helped the Miami Heat advance to four consecutive NBA Finals, securing a pair of championships along the way.    Now comes the litmus test of the degree of that difficulty, the...
  • ASK IRA: Is it time gloom gives way to Heat hope?

    ASK IRA: Is it time gloom gives way to Heat hope?
    Q: Nothing this summer has given me any real hope we have a shot. -- Robert. A: A shot at what? At a championship? At a return to the NBA Finals? At a competitive season? At compelling basketball on most nights? Look, this is where, for all he has...
  • ASK IRA: Is Heat depth still lacking?

    ASK IRA: Is Heat depth still lacking?
    Q: All of your arguments with signings like Shannon Brown are followed by "if" Dwyane Wade is healthy or "if" Danny Granger is back. I agree with that. However, this team should not be going forward like this. It's too risky. We need a better backup for...
  • Lakers work out Michael Beasley again, audition other free agents

    Lakers work out Michael Beasley again, audition other free agents
    Free-agent forward Michael Beasley worked out this week for the Lakers for the second time. As confirmed by his agent, Jared Karnes, Beasley has met twice with the Lakers this off-season but has yet to reach any agreement with the team on a contract....
  • Cleveland is the hot sports town again

    No matter what's going on in Spain, Williamsport, Pa., or even Chicago, sports fans are talking Cleveland. After four years in darkness, LeBron James put Ohio's second largest city back on the map this summer, announcing his return to the Cavaliers. And...
  • Miami Heat sign veteran guard Shannon Brown

    Miami Heat sign veteran guard Shannon Brown
      The Miami Heat added veteran depth to their backcourt Wednesday with the signing of free-agent guard Shannon Brown.   Brown, who turns 29 on Nov. 29, recently was released by the New York Knicks.   The Heat will be the fourth team for the 6-foot-4...
  • ASK IRA: Is Wade still capable of setting a defensive example?

    ASK IRA: Is Wade still capable of setting a defensive example?
    Q: I know Leandro Barbosa and Jordan Crawford, if the Heat sign one or both, are capable of providing good offense in short bursts, but who is going to play better defense? -- Bryan, Mountain View, Calif. A: In the absence of a rim protector other...
  • Beasley's number appears up (again) with Heat

    Beasley's number appears up (again) with Heat
       The last time the Miami Heat gave away Michael Beasley's number they at least waited a year before issuing No. 30 to Norris Cole.    This time, the transaction took place within a matter of weeks, with Beasley's No. 8 already assigned to newcomer...
  • NBA roundup: Veteran ref Bavetta retires

    The Sports Xchange NBA roundup: Veteran ref Bavetta retires Longtime NBA referee Dick Bavetta is hanging up his whistle after 39 years. The league announced the 74-year-old Bavetta's retirement on Tuesday. He worked his first NBA game on Dec. 2, 1975,...
  • ASK IRA: Revisiting first-round picks dealt in 2010 LeBron-Bosh signings

    ASK IRA: Revisiting first-round picks dealt in 2010 LeBron-Bosh signings
    Q: Why could the Heat not have signed LeBron James and traded him to Cleveland for some future first-round picks, as Cleveland received from Miami four years ago? Was their some type of rule that prevented this, or did the Heat miss out on an...