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  • Kersey's death linked to blood clot that traveled to lung

    The state medical examiner says former Portland Trail Blazers player Jerome Kersey died from a blood clot that traveled from his left calf to his left lung. The announcement Thursday comes a day after Kersey died at 52. He had minor knee surgery Friday,...
  • Jerome Kersey dies at 52; former NBA star and onetime Laker

    Jerome Kersey, a versatile small forward who helped the Portland Trail Blazers reach two NBA Finals and won a title with the San Antonio Spurs in 1999, died Wednesday at a hospital in suburban Portland, Ore. He was 52. The Trail Blazers announced the...
  • Former NBA star Jerome Kersey, onetime Laker, dies at 52

    Former NBA standout Jerome Kersey died Wednesday at age 52 in Oregon from a blood clot that traveled from his left calf to his left lung, the state medical examiner said. The versatile small forward spent his first 11 professional seasons with the...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Charlotte hires women's volleyball coach from Hampton University

    COLLEGES: Women’s volleyball: Karen Weatherington, who coached Hampton University to back-to-back Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament titles and NCAA tournament berths, was hired by Charlotte. Assistant Janay Yancey will serve as HU&...
  • All-Star in New York a success, NBA Finals still a ways away

    As one of the NBA's old men, Tim Duncan has a Madison Square Garden memory that few share. He played there when the New York Knicks were actually title contenders. So when he took the floor with the NBA's other stars for the All-Star Game on Sunday...
  • All in, or sit out: NBA teams decide as trade deadline nears

    The East was a two-team race at last year's trade deadline, and Larry Bird made the move he thought would win it. When the Indiana Pacers acquired Evan Turner from rebuilding Philadelphia, they hoped it would provide the scoring punch to beat out Miami...
  • Witness: After killing, Hernandez said endorsements are gone

    New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez matter-of-factly told witnesses that his endorsement days were over, according to testimony Wednesday from his fiancee's uncle, who said the conversation happened a day after a slaying Hernandez would eventually...
  • Heat living on playoff bubble

    Heat living on playoff bubble
    For one day, the Miami Heat were out of the playoffs. The experience was short-lived after moving back into the eighth spot. Still, there is no comfort in living on the postseason edge, something the Heat are getting used to. Time was, they were fighting...
  • All-Star Game a reunion of sorts for former Big Three

    All-Star Game a reunion of sorts for former Big Three
    Time was, this time of year belonged to the Miami Heat. NBA All-Star Weekend might as well have been a showcase for the organization. The previous four seasons featured at least three Heat All-Stars. In 2013, Erik Spoelstra was the coach of the...
  • ASK IRA: Has Napier assured himself a rotation role once Wade returns?

    ASK IRA: Has Napier assured himself a rotation role once Wade returns?
    Q: Ira, Shabazz Napier This kid is starting to impress me. He is improving and hitting some shots. -- Chet. A: Napier is starting to remind me somewhat of Anthony Carter, in that he does a lot of intangible things at point guard that can help you win,...
  • NBA's young talent will be on display in All-Star game

    NBA's young talent will be on display in All-Star game
    Kobe Bryant won't play in Sunday's All-Star game, his season already over because of a shoulder injury. Dwyane Wade will also skip it because of a sore hamstring. Carmelo Anthony is here, a reasonable expectation because the New York Knicks are his...