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  • Jacque Vaughn wants the Magic to limit the Pacers' 2nd-chance opportunities Friday night

    Jacque Vaughn wants the Magic to limit the Pacers' 2nd-chance opportunities Friday night
    One play from the Orlando Magic's preseason opener Tuesday night likely stood out when coach Jacque Vaughn reviewed the footage. After a few minutes of the second quarter, the Miami Heat's Mario Chalmers rattled a 3-point try off the front of the rim....
  • George Sluizer dies at 82; directed River Phoenix's last movie

    George Sluizer, 82, the Dutch filmmaker who directed River Phoenix's last movie, "Dark Blood," died Saturday "after a long illness," according to organizers of the Netherlands Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival. The specific...
  • Caldwell Jones dies at 64; helped 76ers reach NBA Finals three times

    Caldwell Jones dies at 64; helped 76ers reach NBA Finals three times
    Caldwell Jones, 64, a rail-thin center/power forward who helped the Philadelphia 76ers reach the NBA Finals three times, died Sunday of a heart attack in Decatur, Ga. The 76ers announced his death. One of four brothers to play professional basketball,...
  • Celtics Beat Knicks In Exhibition At XL Center

    Celtics Beat Knicks In Exhibition At XL Center
    HARTFORD — The Celtics have brought some of the NBA's marquee names to Hartford on their many trips from Boston to Connecticut in the past 40 years. Fans in Hartford saw John Havlicek and Dave Cowens in the 1970s, they caught the Larry Bird-...
  • ASK IRA: Did Heat overinvest in Chalmers?

    ASK IRA: Did Heat overinvest in Chalmers?
    Q: I have repeatedly questioned Pat Riley's decision to re-sign Mario Chalmers for two years at $4 million per year. I honestly think the money could have been spent better. And if a veteran point guard were brought in for the minimum, he could have...
  • Heat de Miami, hay vida después de LeBron/FOTOS

    Heat de Miami, hay vida después de LeBron/FOTOS
     MIAMI --- Erik Spoelstra, el circunspecto dirigente del Heat de Miami, aseguró que la tomó menos de 10 minutos recuperarse del shock que le produjo la noticia de la partida de LeBron James a Cleveland. “Fueron menos de 10 minutos. Tras saber...
  • In Refurbished XL Center, Whaler Green Is Missing

    In Refurbished XL Center, Whaler Green Is Missing
    There was so much to look for at the refurbished XL Center when NBA hopes and NHL history suddenly collided on this Wednesday night in October. There was Marcus Smart's jump shot. After going 0-for-8 in his NBA debut against the Sixers, the Celtics'...
  • For Bulls, it's all work, work, work before play

     For Bulls, it's all work, work, work before play
    On Monday and Tuesday, Tom Thibodeau said the following, sometimes without prompting: • "Are we putting the work in that's necessary to compete well? That's what the good teams do. I've been around a long time. I know what should go into a season."...
  • Doc Rivers dispels Clippers' pain with his healing powers

    It remains fascinating that the person with the medical nickname did the most healing for the Clippers last season. When Donald (Step On My Tongue) Sterling spewed his stupidity, Glenn (Doc) Rivers was there with ointment and bandages. He protected,...
  • Boxer Franchon Crews wins Police Athletic League middleweight title

    Boxer Franchon Crews wins Police Athletic League middleweight title
    Boxing Crews wins Police Athletic League middleweight title Franchon Crews of Baltimore captured the National Police Athletic League middleweight championship Saturday in Oxnard, Calif., winning by technical knockout in the second round against former...
  • As Kings return, Staples Center lights the way

    As Kings return, Staples Center lights the way
    Kings executive Luc Robitaille proclaims L.A. "the greatest hockey city" as Stanley Cup champs start season With farm ponds beginning to freeze all across Southern California, we welcome hockey again, fierce and hot-tempered, the true sport of Kings....