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  • Saturday's recap: Bulls 107, Pelicans 72

    Saturday's recap: Bulls 107, Pelicans 72
    The summary The Bulls clobbered the Pelicans 107-72 to end a three-game skid. A night after the Pelicans stunned the Thunder with 116 points, they were held far below their previous season-worst of 80. Joakim Noah did a terrific job on Anthony Davis,...
  • Bulls all can do their jobs better — including coach Tom Thibodeau

    Bulls all can do their jobs better — including coach Tom Thibodeau
    Not to say the Bulls look lost but nobody would be surprised if they added Siri to the roster to make sure they navigate their way to New Orleans in time for Saturday's fourth straight loss. To be fair, the Bulls haven't lost to the Pelicans yet. We...
  • James Borrego is coach for now, but Scott Skiles reportedly interested in Magic

    James Borrego is coach for now, but Scott Skiles reportedly interested in Magic
    Yes, Scott Skiles is interested in becoming head coach of the Magic after the season. A longtime acquaintance of Skiles' told me that the former franchise favorite who now lives in Mount Dora would listen. After stops at Phoenix, Chicago and Milwaukee,...
  • Magic's untouchables: Vooch, Oladipo, Payton

    Magic's untouchables: Vooch, Oladipo, Payton
    Trade winds have been blowing in the NBA for some time this season. Magic GM Rob Hennigan is no stranger to making deals. The Magic could use a rim-protecting power forward (who couldn't?) and a go-to wing (Andrew Wiggins, we never knew ye). Here's my...
  • Rookie Doug McDermott learning patience, as well as defense in the NBA

    Rookie Doug McDermott learning patience, as well as defense in the NBA
    HOUSTON — The gap between college basketball and the NBA actually is quantifiable. It measures 80 inches and about 225 pounds. Doug McDermott dominated at Creighton, a first-team All-American who led the nation in scoring (26.7 points per game) as...
  • Thankfully, Magic didn't mimic Sixers' tank job

    As frustrating as it is to witness the Magic's rebuilding project, things could be worse. Much, much worse. To paraphrase an old W.C. Fields' barb…. all things considered, I wouldn't rather be in Philadelphia. Orlando fans, just imagine if you...
  • Ira Winderman: Bosh appreciates Love's LeBron lesson

    Ira Winderman: Bosh appreciates Love's LeBron lesson
    Based on appearance, you'd never confuse Chris Bosh for Kevin Love. And yet, when Bosh sneaks the occasional peek at Love he sees a reflection of himself at another time. That's what makes this coming week so intriguing for Bosh. Wednesday night at...
  • Bad blood between Kobe, Dwight on display

    Bad blood between Kobe, Dwight on display
    No matter what Kobe Bryant thinks of former Magic star Dwight Howard — and his feelings are quite clear after an on-court spat — their split was Kobe's loss. Kobe needed Dwight more than Dwight needed Kobe in L.A. if he wanted to salvage the...
  • As Lakers get first win, it sounds like old times at Staples Center

     As Lakers get first win, it sounds like old times at Staples Center
    The roars were loud and long, their intensity and volume reaching levels once common at Staples Center during Lakers playoff victories and series clinchers and championship celebrations. The Lakers didn't win an NBA title Sunday. They won a game. One...
  • Ira Winderman: Industrial espionage a Heat-Cavs twist

    Ira Winderman: Industrial espionage a Heat-Cavs twist
         "I learned from a franchise that had been where I wanted to go. I will always think of Miami as my second home. Without the experiences I had there, I wouldn’t be able to do what I'm doing today." -- LeBron James, July 11, in his Sports...
  • Ira Winderman: Heat's Granger living an altered reality

    Ira Winderman: Heat's Granger living an altered reality
        As he sat in a folding chair just outside of the locker room at AmericanAirlines Arena, Danny Granger surprisingly did not have the look of someone who had been consistently blindsided.     And yet, how could he possibly have seen so much of this...