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  • D'Angelo Russell works out for Lakers, seeks to emulate Stephen Curry

     D'Angelo Russell works out for Lakers, seeks to emulate Stephen Curry
    If D'Angelo Russell has some of the skill sets that Golden State's Stephen Curry displayed this season, the Lakers would have a special talent on their hands if they decided to use their first-round draft pick on the 6-foot-4 guard from Ohio State....
  • Lakers audition guard D'Angelo Russell for No. 2 draft pick

    Lakers audition guard D'Angelo Russell for No. 2 draft pick
    The Lakers auditioned Ohio State guard D'Angelo Russell on Monday afternoon at the team's practice facility in El Segundo. "Great first workout. It's a great opportunity and it's an honor to be here," said Russell, who said he has something scheduled...
  • Future Elite basketball celebrates with Family and Friends Day

    Future Elite basketball celebrates with Family and Friends Day
    Chances are, few of those in attendance at Future Elite travel youth basketball's fourth annual Family and Friends Day knew that the gym they were in once was the home court for the Zion-Benton Zee-Bees. That era of Z-B hoops ended more than 40 years...
  • Mike Breen sets announcing record in calling 10th NBA Finals

    Mike Breen recalls the riveting Game 7s, still marvels at some memorable performances. It's a lot of NBA Finals basketball to think about — more than anyone else who has sat in his center court seat. While Stephen Curry and LeBron James are...
  • Hyde: Micky Arison needs to pay Dwyane Wade for past sacrifices

    Hyde: Micky Arison needs to pay Dwyane Wade for past sacrifices
    The man with the biggest decision in South Florida sports woke on his company's Alaskan cruise liner Saturday and took a picture with the ship's captain. He posted video on Instragram of an ice wall collapsing on Friday. Micky Arison trusts only cameras...
  • Bianchi: Orlando City fans need to stop insensitive, profane chants

    Bianchi: Orlando City fans need to stop insensitive, profane chants
    Running off at the typewriter … The manner in which fans have embraced soccer in Orlando City's inaugural MLS season is one of the most amazing and exhilarating stories in Central Florida sports history, so let's not allow a few drunken idiots...
  • WNBA Preview: Atlanta, Minnesota Should Be On Top

    WNBA Preview: Atlanta, Minnesota Should Be On Top
    In predicted order of finish. Season opens Friday night. Eastern Conference 1. Atlanta Dream Last year: 19-15 in regular season, eliminated in first round of playoffs Coach: Michael Cooper, third season Key additions: G Roneeka Hodges signed as a...
  • Sky looking to build off postseason success of last season

     Sky looking to build off postseason success of last season
    Two seasons ago, the Sky made their first playoffs. Last season they reached the WNBA Finals for the first time. Right or wrong, the 10-year-old franchise bears the weight of championship-or-bust expectations. The players know it. "With the skills we...
  • Spike Lee talks drafting story for 'NBA 2K16' video game

    "NBA 2K16" will be a Spike Lee joint. 2K Games announced Thursday that it recruited the acclaimed filmmaker — and die-hard New York Knicks fan — to write and direct the single-player campaign for the interactive basketball franchise's next...
  • Marla Ridenour: Killer instinct, born from LeBron's growing sense of basketball mortality, may carry Cavs

    LeBron James realizes his career has an expiration date. That's not to say that the Cavaliers' star and four-time league MVP is anywhere near retirement. Now 30, he should still be among the NBA's elite players five years from now, barring major injury....
  • Jerry Krause lauds Fred Hoiberg as leader of high character

    Jerry Krause lauds Fred Hoiberg as leader of high character
    When Jerry Krause signed Fred Hoiberg as a free agent in September 1999, one skill stood out. "He could really shoot," the Bulls' longtime general manager said. Shortly after Hoiberg arrived for the first of his four seasons with the Bulls, another...