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  • How to enjoy the NBA playoffs without the Bulls

    Because of the Cubs, Chicagoans are almost impervious to the pain of failure. Sure it hurts, but there’s always that familiar been-there-done-that feeling that accompanies each disappointment. In the case of the Bulls, however, fans have not yet...
  • Cavs eliminate Bulls with 94-73 victory, advance to conference finals

    CHICAGO LeBron James left Cleveland the first time because he didn't have enough help around him. Now that he's back, the hired hands carried the Cavaliers within one step of the NBA Finals. James had 15 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds while...
  • Rockets' intentional fouls slowing down games, but not the Clippers

    Rockets' intentional fouls slowing down games, but not the Clippers
    It's become an in-game ritual involving Clippers Coach Doc Rivers, taking place after a player is fouled intentionally away from the ball. "Every ref, every game it starts, he looks over at me and says, 'You guys have to stop this,'" Rivers said...
  • Sports TV and radio: Sunday's 5/10 log (updated Saturday AM)

    7:30 a.m.    Motor sports: Formula One Grand Prix of Spain(in Barcelona).--NBCSN 8 a.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Queens Park at Manchester City.--CNBC 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable channel 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in...
  • Greg Cote: Buzzer-beater reinforces LeBron's greatness, and why I'm rooting for him

    We had a little war in our house on Sunday. LeBron James started it. (The estimation of LeBron is such in South Florida, we might as well go ahead and blame him for starting a war, too). He made that buzzer-beating shot to defeat Chicago and rescue...
  • Banish the buzzard? Heat at mercy of NBA Draft lottery

    Banish the buzzard? Heat at mercy of NBA Draft lottery
    The buzzard hasn't been heard from in 16 years. The Miami Heat hope it doesn't squawk a week from now. Days after the Heat fell from four consecutive trips to the NBA Finals into the NBA Draft lottery, Heat President Pat Riley quipped of his team's next...
  • Blackhawks and Bulls will measure 2014-15 success differently

    Blackhawks and Bulls will measure 2014-15 success differently
    As Derrick Rose stoically described the biggest shot he has made in years late Friday night at the United Center, his body bounced steadily. Rose's knees bobbed and his feet tapped. He couldn't sit still. Sure, Rose was excited. But he also appeared...
  • Ira Winderman: Combine combined with uncertainty for Heat

    Ira Winderman: Combine combined with uncertainty for Heat
    For the past four years, the months leading to the NBA Draft for the Miami Heat were like episodes of Upstairs, Downstairs. As the playoffs were consuming the team's attention on the main court at AmericanAirlines Arena, the scouting staff, often...
  • Derrick Rose turns back clock with his buzzer-beating game-winner

     Derrick Rose turns back clock with his buzzer-beating game-winner
    Derrick Rose tied his career playoff high with 14 fourth-quarter points in Friday's dramatic Game 3 victory. His last-second 3-pointer marked the Bulls' first playoff buzzer-beater since Michael Jordan sank the Jazz in Game 1 of the 1997 NBA Finals. It'...
  • Breaking down some numbers from the NBA Playoffs

    A look inside the numbers of the NBA playoffs, as the conference semifinals resume Friday night with Cleveland at Chicago and Houston at the Los Angeles Clippers. The other semis pick up again on Saturday, with Golden State at Memphis and Atlanta...
  • Spurs, no strangers to Game 7s, say they will be ready for Clippers

    The San Antonio Spurs are acutely aware of what the outcome of Game 7 of Saturday means. "It's win or go home," Boris Diaw said after the Spurs' uninspired Game 6 loss at AT&T Center on Thursday night to the Clippers. The winner of the game at Staples...