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  • Basketball | Palatine hosting summer tournament, preparing for next season

    Basketball | Palatine hosting summer tournament, preparing for next season
    The most meaningful of basketball games, the NBA Finals, are played in June. June is also the month for high school games that don't technically count, but if they didn't matter to coaches, there wouldn't be so many. Palatine High School will host a...
  • Sports Buzz: Can Spurs stop Heat in Game 3?

    The NBA Finals shift to Miami tonight as the Heat host the Spurs in Game 3. The best-of-7 series is tied 1-1 entering the game. So, who's going to win? We know the air conditioning will be working in South Florida, so there should be no cramping...
  • NBA Finals do's and don'ts for Miami Heat fans

    NBA Finals do's and don'ts for Miami Heat fans
    Four years in a row, five times in the past decade — the NBA Finals never get old for a Miami Heat fan. The San Antonio Spurs also bring with them a welcome familiarity, with star players drawn from the Caribbean, Europe and South America, their...
  • John Kass: LeBron's return proves he's a Midwesterner at heart

    If you're from the Midwest, you probably hated LeBron James. Who didn't? Not true hatred, of course. I'm talking about sports hatred. Sports hatred isn't something a sane person acts on. But sports fans feel it. It's cold and bitter as you watch that...
  • A lot's the same and a lot's different this time for Heat and Spurs

    A lot's the same and a lot's different this time for Heat and Spurs
    For the most part, the rosters are the same. The setting, cities and coaches, all unchanged. As the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs prepare to meet in the NBA Finals again, the pervading thought is that this series is a mere continuation of last year's...
  • Charles Barkley on attending Hawks' Game 7: 'One of the coolest things'

    Charles Barkley on attending Hawks' Game 7: 'One of the coolest things'
    As the Blackhawks were trying to remain calm after falling into a 3-1 series deficit against the Kings, Charles Barkley was already making plans for a Game 7 trip to the United Center. The man who spends his days commenting on basketball just wanted a...
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar picks the Spurs to win NBA Finals over Miami

    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar picks the Spurs to win NBA Finals over Miami
    On Wednesday, Hall of Fame center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar picked the San Antonio Spurs to win the NBA Finals. "I think San Antonio should have the edge because they should be hungrier," said Abdul-Jabbar on SiriusXM NBA Radio. "They would have won it last...
  • The Heat is on ... the walls

    The Heat is on ... the walls
    AmericanAirlines Arena isn't the only venue packing Heat these days. Studio Kanter Gallery in Fort Lauderdale and the Wentworth Gallery in Boca Raton will be sources of slam-dunk artistry through the end of June, with large-scale portraits of LeBron...
  • NBA Finals to the rescue!

    NBA Finals to the rescue!
    I know everyone's disappointed about the Blackhawks, but hear me out: It's cool. We got the NBA Finals. I'm sure NBA fans are disappointed that we won't see a Durant-LeBron matchup, but I cannot wait to see the Spurs and Heat run this back. Last year'...
  • Video points out defensive struggles by Dwyane Wade

    Video points out defensive struggles by Dwyane Wade
    Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade's defense in the first three games of the NBA Finals is broken down with great detail and criticized in an almost 12-minute-long video. The 32-year-old Wade has been plagued by leg ailments throughout the season, missing...
  • Outside Opinion: Gatorade's Twitter miscue shouldn't scare executives

    During the NBA Finals this month, a fan asked Gatorade on Twitter why its "sports science" couldn't prevent LeBron James' leg cramps. Someone in Gatorade's marketing division hastily tweeted back, "The person cramping wasn't our client. Our athletes can...