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  • Q&A: K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

    Q&A: K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag
    Moving forward under the assumption that the question about whether the Bulls would sign Allen Iverson to a 10-day contract if he came out of retirement was an attempt at humor, let’s get to some legitimate questions. Maybe some humor will follow...
  • Jordan Goes 7 For 7, Clippers Pound Knicks 111-80

    Jordan Goes 7 For 7, Clippers Pound Knicks 111-80
    NEW YORK (AP) — Doc Rivers sat his starters down early, then benched himself after the game. Rivers sent out assistant Mike Woodson to handle the postgame interviews, and the former Knicks coach had plenty to smile about after his new team smashed...
  • Clippers going to China before next season

    Clippers going to China before next season
    The Clippers added several thousand miles to their preseason itinerary Wednesday, announcing they would play the Charlotte Hornets in two exhibition games in China next season. The flip side is that they will stay much closer to home for training camp....
  • Shaq's in hall; how about Dwight, Stan?

    Shaq's in hall; how about Dwight, Stan?
    The Magic don't want to be seen as a franchise that holds a grudge. Now in their 27th season, they realize you take the good with the bad in the basketball business. Players come and go, breaking backboards and breaking hearts, speaking of Shaquille...
  • Things have changed for Derek Fisher

    Things have changed for Derek Fisher
    Derek Fisher returned to Staples Center without mentioning the tense-to-the-end 2010 NBA Finals against Boston that led to a jubilant, if not relieved, parade down Figueroa Street. Nor did he detail the clinching victory here over Indiana in 2000, the...
  • NBA fines Knicks for Phil Jackson's comments about prospect

    NBA fines Knicks for Phil Jackson's comments about prospect
    With the New York Knicks as bad as they are, who can blame Phil Jackson for getting a little excited about this year's top NBA draft prospects? The NBA, for one, can. The league fined the Knicks an undisclosed amount Wednesday for Jackson's public...
  • Knicks fined for Phil Jackson's comments about Ohio State star

    Knicks fined for Phil Jackson's comments about Ohio State star
    NEW YORK -- The NBA has fined the New York Knicks for Phil Jackson's comments about Ohio State freshman D'Angelo Russell. Jackson watched the Buckeyes' 81-57 victory over Nebraska last Thursday and afterward told Cleveland.com that Russell was a "great-...
  • Brian Shaw fired as coach of Denver Nuggets

    Brian Shaw fired as coach of Denver Nuggets
    Brian Shaw's coaching tenure with the Denver Nuggets is over. In the midst of a dismal season, the Nuggets announced that Shaw had been fired Tuesday. The move comes after six consecutive losses by a Denver squad that has posted a 20-39 record this...
  • Anthony Mason dies at 48; former power forward for NBA's N.Y. Knicks

    Anthony Mason dies at 48; former power forward for NBA's N.Y. Knicks
    Former New York Knicks power forward Anthony Mason, who was a defensive force in the NBA from the 1990s into the early 21st century, died Saturday. He was 48. He had been battling severe heart issues, according to a statement by his son, Anthony Mason...
  • Letters: No love for the Lakers anywhere

    Letters: No love for the Lakers anywhere
    For those of you who still think that Lakers fans don't want the team to tank: The only NBA arena where you'll hear "Beat L.A." is Staples Center. Paul Feinsinger Agoura Hills :: First, Dwight Howard, then Carmelo Anthony, then Pau Gasol and now...
  • 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...