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  • James Ennis' growth shows in preseason opener

      James Ennis' athleticism precedes his possibilities. For the Miami Heat, that has created one of their most intriguing preseason projects.    Continuing to make strides from his selection in the second round of the 2013 NBA Draft, Ennis returned to...
  • Spoelstra says offense more than Bosh; Wade rising early

    Spoelstra says offense more than Bosh; Wade rising early
    Even with Chris Bosh taking five more shots than any teammate in Saturday's exhibition opener, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Monday it doesn't necessarily mean Bosh will be the focus of his offense. "That's not necessarily how we want to play,...
  • Players big winner in NBA's Turner, ESPN deals

    Players big winner in NBA's Turner, ESPN deals
    New media rights deals with Turner and ESPN could bring the NBA as much as a 186 percent revenue increase over its existing broadcasting rights deal, which runs through 2015-16. "I'm sure both sides will be studying this new deal and seeking to assure...
  • Derrick Rose, Bulls embrace preseason opener vs. Wizards

    Derrick Rose, Bulls embrace preseason opener vs. Wizards
    Some may scoff at the Chicago Bulls' 12-game preseason win streak. Tom Thibodeau wouldn't be one of those people. “I don’t subscribe to the notion that (preseason) games aren’t important, regular-season games aren’t important,&...
  • New NBA TV deal meshes with Heat long-term vision

    New NBA TV deal meshes with Heat long-term vision
    With Monday's announcement of a new national NBA television contract that triples the league's revenues from the current package, the Miami Heat's approach to this past offseason came into greater focus Monday. In the wake of losing LeBron James to...
  • Replacing LeBron least of Luol Deng's concerns

    Replacing LeBron least of Luol Deng's concerns
    Luol Deng knows how it looks from the outside. When he signed with the Miami Heat in July, it was the second time he had landed with a franchise LeBron James once called home. He did it last season when he was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers. And...
  • Nick Young undergoes thumb surgery, out about eight weeks

    Nick Young undergoes thumb surgery, out about eight weeks
    Nick Young successfully underwent surgery Monday to repair the torn radial collateral ligament in his right thumb. According to the Lakers, the guard-forward will miss approximately eight weeks. The procedure was performed by Dr. Steven Shin of the...
  • Magic notebook: Aaron Gordon says he's ready for the preseason opener

    Magic notebook: Aaron Gordon says he's ready for the preseason opener
    MIAMI — Don't expect Orlando Magic rookie forward Aaron Gordon to feel star-struck when he makes his NBA preseason debut Tuesday night against the Miami Heat. Not even if he finds himself guarding Heat stars Dwyane Wade or Chris Bosh. "I'm not...
  • Clippers face Warriors again, but it won't be the same

    Clippers face Warriors again, but it won't be the same
    The rivalry that has produced a hallway confrontation, technical fouls galore and more verbal exchanges than a prison yard will probably not generate another dramatic chapter Tuesday. It will only be the preseason when the Clippers and Golden State...
  • NBA's new television deal could have far-reaching implications

    NBA's new television deal could have far-reaching implications
    The NBA’s new nine-year, $24-billion television rights contract could lead players to opt out of the current collective bargaining agreement in 2017 and begin a fractious round of negotiations with owners over increased salaries. But first...
  • Lakers' Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash together again (almost) for first time

    Lakers' Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash together again (almost) for first time
    When Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash were paired together in 2012, the Lakers and much of the NBA assumed they would become a dynamic backcourt. It still hasn't happened. Injuries largely prevented it, and now Bryant and Nash are back again, trying to find...