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  • Goran Dragic headed to Heat, gets wish to leave Phoenix

    Goran Dragic wanted a new home, and the Miami Heat wanted a new point guard. On trade deadline day, they were a perfect match. The Heat swung a deal to acquire Dragic — a third-team All-NBA player last season — from the Phoenix Suns on...
  • Aaron Gordon wants to compete in the 2016 All-Star dunk contest

    Aaron Gordon wants to compete in the 2016 All-Star dunk contest
    If Aaron Gordon's wish comes true, he'll spend the 2016 All-Star weekend in Toronto and compete in the dunk contest. The Orlando Magic rookie wants to take part in the event. "Definitely, definitely," Gordon said Thursday. "I would love to do it,...
  • ASK IRA: Is 2016 truly Pat Riley's rebuild timetable?

    ASK IRA: Is 2016 truly Pat Riley's rebuild timetable?
    Q: Why would Pat Riley risk anything before 2016? This team isn't going anywhere and Riley has never played for second place. -- Jason. A: First, I think 2016 has been widely overstated. If Kevin Durant does goes anywhere, it likely would be back home...
  • NBA All-Star game updates: West beats the East, 163-158

    NBA All-Star game updates: West beats the East, 163-158
    Russell Westbrook almost made history Sunday, scoring the second-most points in All-Star game history as the Western Conference held off the East, 163-158. Westbrook had 41 points, one fewer than Wilt Chamberlain scored in 1962, and was an easy choice...
  • Steve Kerr's choice of Warriors over Knicks working out nicely

    Steve Kerr's choice of Warriors over Knicks working out nicely
    NEW YORK — If Knicks President Phil Jackson had his way, Steve Kerr would be coaching at Madison Square Garden on a regular basis. Instead, Kerr roamed the sideline Sunday night for just the second time, coaching the West All-Stars eight days...
  • Orlando Magic look to rev up starts to games

    Orlando Magic look to rev up starts to games
    The Magic's slow start in their last two games has the coach and players wondering what they can do differently. The Magic (16-39) never recovered after the Wizards raced to a 28-16 lead in Monday night's loss in Washington, D.C. Interim coach James...
  • NBA season: It's for the Birds!

    NBA season: It's for the Birds!
    Whew, NBA players got what they wanted — a really, really long All-Star break. Tweeted Oklahoma City star/jokester Kevin Durant: "think during this @NBAAllStar break I'm going to get my law degree." There might not be quite enough time for that....
  • Borrego working as if he'll finish season as Magic coach

    Borrego working as if he'll finish season as Magic coach
    James Borrego says he is working under the assumption that he will be the Magic’s coach for the rest of the season. “I can’t really do it any other way,” he said Wednesday night after the Magic headed into the All-Star break...
  • Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge will start NBA All-Star Game

    Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge will start NBA All-Star Game
    Portland Trail Blazers forward LaMarcus Aldridge will startĀ for the Western Conference in Sunday's NBA All-Star Game, the league announced Saturday. Western Conference coach Steve Kerr initially selected Kevin Durant to start in place of injured New...
  • Jason Jones' ranking the NBA's 30 teams

    (Records through Friday) 1. Golden State Warriors (42-9, last week 2): It's been decades since Warrior fans could say they had a legitimate NBA title contender. 2. Atlanta Hawks (43-11, LW 1): There will be skeptics until the Hawks prove them wrong by...
  • Despite ninth seeding, Oklahoma City can pose threat in NBA playoffs

    Despite ninth seeding, Oklahoma City can pose threat in NBA playoffs
    There is a growing sentiment around the league that the Oklahoma City Thunder would be the most feared lower-seeded team of any possible first-round playoff matchup. "They are the most dangerous team," TNT analyst Kenny Smith said during Thursday night'...