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  • On The Fly: Four To Be Honored At Gold Key Dinner

    Former pro hockey player Craig Janney, former Killingly High and Providence basketball standout Tracy Lis, former Derby High and Yale running back John Pagliaro and longtime FCIAC official John Kuczo will receive Gold Keys at the 74th Gold Key dinner...
  • Taking Ollie At His Word — Why Wouldn't We?

    Taking Ollie At His Word — Why Wouldn't We?
    He can't turn around and take the Oklahoma City Thunder job now without coming off as disingenuous, devious and deceitful. Kevin Ollie hasn't been known as that kind of man. He wouldn't take the escalator to skip the staircase of honesty. "As I've said...
  • Thunder Job Is Open, But Ollie Says He's Proud To Be At UConn

    Thunder Job Is Open, But Ollie Says He's Proud To Be At UConn
    Interest from the NBA might be flattering, but it does not help a college coach on the recruiting trail this time of year. UConn's Kevin Ollie tried to get out in front of all the rumors Wednesday morning, but when the Oklahoma City Thunder fired coach...
  • UF coach Billy Donovan reportedly drawing interest from Oklahoma City Thunder

    UF coach Billy Donovan reportedly drawing interest from Oklahoma City Thunder
    Oklahoma City's decision to fire coach Scott Brooks Wednesday has renewed speculation Gators' coach Billy Donovan might leave for the NBA after 19 seasons at UF. Yahoo Sports reports Donovan is expected "to become a serious candidate" of the opening,...
  • Oklahoma City fires coach Scott Brooks

    Oklahoma City fires coach Scott Brooks
    The Oklahoma City Thunder fired Scott Brooks on Wednesday, parting ways with a former NBA coach of the year who led the team to three conference finals in four years only to falter this season as his players were hit hard by injuries. Brooks coached the...
  • Clippers have one but job is a long way from being done against Spurs

    Clippers have one but job is a long way from being done against Spurs
    If this is the Clippers' one shining moment, then it won't be much of a playoff run. They have won the opener of a first-round series against the defending NBA champions, so big whoop-de-do. "This is not the NCAA tournament," Clippers Coach Doc Rivers...
  • Kevin Ollie reportedly a candidate to replace Thunder's Scott Brooks

    Kevin Ollie reportedly a candidate to replace Thunder's Scott Brooks
    Scott Brooks' tenure as Oklahoma City Thunder coach could be on shaky ground, and it appears there's a possible successor waiting in the wings. According to SportsNet New York, Connecticut Coach Kevin Ollie is considered a "serious" candidate for the...
  • Chris Paul faces critical situation with Clippers in NBA playoffs

    Chris Paul faces critical situation with Clippers in NBA playoffs
    Disappointment found Chris Paul long before those early NBA playoff exits. He was so worked up in his first game as a varsity high school point guard after two years on the junior varsity that he cried after his team lost its opener. "I've had guys...
  • Ira Winderman: Changes coming in NBA, particularly with scheduling

    Ira Winderman: Changes coming in NBA, particularly with scheduling
    The drama came Tuesday and Wednesday, when the playoffs races were decided. The sizzle was reserved for Saturday and Sunday, with the start of the NBA postseason. But what was deliberated Thursday and Friday at the NBA's Board of Governors meeting could...
  • Thunder's Kevin Durant calls injury-plagued 2014-15 his 'toughest year'

    Thunder's Kevin Durant calls injury-plagued 2014-15 his 'toughest year'
    One of the hardest things for a professional athlete to do doesn't have to do with the physical act of playing the game, but rather the inability to play. Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant experienced that firsthand this season when the NBA's...
  • Jamal Crawford: Clippers' home-court advantage doesn't mean much

    Jamal Crawford: Clippers' home-court advantage doesn't mean much
    The one consolation to the Clippers' having to play the defending champion San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the playoffs is that the Clippers have home-court advantage. Or is it? Said Jamal Crawford: "With them specifically, they can play...