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  • Trey Burke experiencing highs, lows of NBA rookie life on bad team

    SALT LAKE CITY It's a little after noon on a sunny day and the newspaper photographer wants one more image. He instructs Trey Burke to walk to his car in the parking lot of the Utah Jazz practice facility. With his father, Benji, close by in the lobby,...
  • FAU hires Michael Curry as men's basketball coach

    FAU hires Michael Curry as men's basketball coach
    FAU has found its next head basketball coach, and he brings serious credentials to Boca Raton. FAU announced Monday that former NBA player and Detroit Pistons head coach Michael Curry has been hired as the Owls' eighth head coach at a press conference...
  • Bob Ford: Brett Brown stays true to his message with rebuilding Sixers

    PHILADELPHIA The days have dwindled to a blessed few for the 2013-14 chapter of the 76ers' rebuilding process, but not so few that there wasn't time to add yet another new player on Monday. One undrafted 6-foot-7 swingman went out the door and another...
  • Heat in search of first win versus Nets

    Heat in search of first win versus Nets
    Before the next challenge, the Miami Heat just wanted rest. On Monday, there were no thoughts about how they have lost every game this season against the Brooklyn Nets. "I really don't have no thoughts right now on the Nets," forward LeBron James said...
  • UConn-Kentucky: Two Underdogs Battle To Be Superman

    UConn-Kentucky: Two Underdogs Battle To Be Superman
    ARLINGTON, Texas — With each step along the route to the mountaintop, UConn's opponent has been built up. St Joseph's? The Hawks were hot, and the Huskies were not. Villanova? The No. 2 seed. Iowa State? Too quick. Michigan State? Too big...
  • Nettlesome Calipari In UConn's Path Again

    Nettlesome Calipari In UConn's Path Again
    ARLINGTON, Texas — John Calipari and Jim Calhoun crossed paths once again. This time it was in the hallway of AT&T Stadium, Calipari basking in the glow of his current team's win in the national semifinals, Calhoun still beaming over the team that...
  • John Clay: Calipari's work speaks for itself

    ARLINGTON, Texas Kentucky added one more surprise to its NCAA Tournament run on Sunday. It wasn't another Aaron Harrison three-pointer. It wasn't a key Julius Randle rebound or a tough Alex Poythress stop or another dramatic win. It came from the...
  • Pistons rally past Celtics

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. The Detroit Pistons' second unit spearhead a fourth-quarter rally for a 115-111 victory over the Boston Celtics before a lively crowd announced at 19,558 at the Palace on Saturday night. Boston and Detroit, once proud franchises...
  • Orlando tops Portland, continues home magic

    Orlando tops Portland, continues home magic ORLANDO, Fla. -- Most NBA teams play better at home than they do on the road. But rarely is the difference as dramatic as it is with the Orlando Magic this season. The Magic may be the worst road team (4-34)...
  • Rich Hofmann: No issue here with 76ers' tank job

    If it was OK for the Indianapolis Colts to Suck For Luck, and only the unthinking would see that lost season as a mistake today, and if it was OK for the Pittsburgh Penguins to (lowercase) suck for Sid, and history suggests that it most definitely was,...
  • Former Sixer Carter says his team would beat this one

    Fred Carter prefers that no NBA team surpass the 76ers of 1972-73. "I want to keep that record [for fewest wins in an 82-game season]," said Carter, who averaged a team-high 20 points that year. "It's tough being remembered. People don't remember the...