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NBA Playoffs

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  • There's only one choice for Bulls

    There's only one choice for Bulls
    For a while now, basketball fans around here have talked as if there was no best choice when it came to the finish of the Bulls' season. Other than injury-free, I mean, but that's impossible when you’re paying Kirk Hinrich. Nonetheless, the...
  • ASK IRA: Is Heat's Finals fatigue overstated?

    ASK IRA: Is Heat's Finals fatigue overstated?
    Q: This team needs an offseason to catch up with the new talent and the aliments from the roster. -- Joel, New Britain, Pa. A: There's been a lot said about how, after four years of advancing to the NBA Finals, that this roster needs an extended...
  • Warriors ready for NBA playoffs

    OAKLAND, Calif. The Warriors have 48 more minutes of regular-season basketball, but already they are looking forward to the playoffs. They will find out who and when they're playing sometime after Wednesday night's regular-season finale against Denver....
  • Hawks' Sefolosha claims police responsible for season-ending injuries

    Thabo Sefolosha said police are responsible for the season-ending injury he suffered while being arrested in New York City last week. The Hawks player addressed the media Tuesday for the first time since he and teammate Pero Antic were arrested and...
  • Clippers' Blake Griffin has learned not to be bugged by NBA thuggery

    Clippers' Blake Griffin has learned not to be bugged by NBA thuggery
    The NBA playoffs are upon us. For Blake Griffin, that means the beginning of his two-sport season. Basketball and Wrestlemania. The days of finesse in Dr. Naismith's game are as long gone as the peach baskets. The sport is about as noncontact as NASCAR....
  • Five things for Tuesday, April 14, 2015

    Five things for Tuesday, April 14, 2015
    Here are your stories for Tuesday in Central Florida: man connected to a North Carolina college murder found sleeping on beach; parents asking for money to help visually impaired children; SpaceX tries again to launch Falcon 9 rocket; and Bianchi asks why...
  • Bianchi: Why are Celtics, Bucks in playoffs and Magic aren't?

    Bianchi: Why are Celtics, Bucks in playoffs and Magic aren't?
    I know, I know. Patience. Patience is the key word. Magic fans must have patience with a rebuild that is now three seasons long ... and counting. Patience is what Magic GM Rob Hennigan is preaching, and I happen to agree with him -- to an extent....
  • ASK IRA: Would playoffs vs. Cavs be the ultimate for Heat?

    ASK IRA: Would playoffs vs. Cavs be the ultimate for Heat?
    Q: Leave the standings this way so we can smash the Cavs. -- Andrew. A: Um, yeah, no. Look, even with the way the Heat have played recently, stealing any series in the absence of Chris Bosh would have to be considered a longshot, let alone the first...
  • Jerry Greene: NFL is still king, but poll confirms soccer really is on rise

    Jerry Greene: NFL is still king, but poll confirms soccer really is on rise
    Lists are one of my favorite things and one of my favorite lists is The Harris Poll's annual determination of America's favorite sports. Why do I love it? The usual reason we love things: It supports some of my beliefs. •We love the NFL above all...
  • Lehigh product CJ McCollum could be playoff difference for Trail Blazers

    Lehigh product CJ McCollum could be playoff difference for Trail Blazers
    Last May, the San Antonio Spurs delivered a message that resonated throughout the offseason in Portland: A talented starting five can take you only so far in the NBA playoffs. So as the final six games stand between the Blazers and the 2015 playoffs,...
  • Phillies open season this afternoon against Red Sox

    Phillies open season this afternoon against Red Sox
    Baseball's back! The Cards shut out the Cubs Sunday night, and the Phillies, with Cole Hamles on the mound, open at 3 p.m. today against Boston at Citizens Bank Park. … Stephen Gross looks at a rotation that could feature some of the organization's...