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  • Winderman's view: Heat 95, Kings 83

    Observations from Friday night's 95-83 victory over the Sacramento Kings at Sleep Train Arena: -- The teams entered with virtually the same records, but the Heat entered in the thick of the playoff race, while the Kings already are waiting for next...
  • NBA fines Hornets' Hairston $5,000 for flopping violation

    For the second time in his rookie season, the Charlotte Hornets' P.J. Hairston has been cited for flopping by the NBA. This second violation of the anti-flopping rule will cost Hairston a $5,000 fine. The play in question came with about 11 minutes left...
  • Spurs hold off Hornets, 98-93

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Yes, the Hornets are good enough to make the playoffs in the Eastern Conference. No, they are not good enough to overcome the defensive sloppiness they demonstrated in the second quarter against the defending NBA champions. The Hornets...
  • On day of tough issues, no fouls as Obama honors NBA champion Spurs

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama welcomed the National Basketball Association 2014 champion San Antonio Spurs to the White House on Monday, giving the hoops-loving president a break from an otherwise intense day. Obama entered the crowded East Room to...
  • Clippers' hectic schedule means practice falls by the wayside

    Lots of games. Barely any practices. That's the reality facing the Clippers, who are 16 days into a 26-day stretch in which they will play 15 games without consecutive days off. So far, they have practiced all of one time since this portion of their...
  • NBA in 2015: Clippers need playoff help, Lakers need more than that

    NBA in 2015: Clippers need playoff help, Lakers need more than that
    Everyone knows market size rarely matters in the NBA. The San Antonio Spurs won their fifth title last season while the Lakers and New York Knicks combined for roughly 12 million in population and zero playoff games. Who could have seen that coming?...
  • Kevin Durant, Dirk Nowitzki show support for Kobe Bryant

    The accolades keep coming for Kobe Bryant, and it has nothing to do with stats. Kevin Durant and Dirk Nowitzki took turns complimenting Bryant in the days after he passed Michael Jordan for third on the NBA's all-time scoring list. Durant seemingly...
  • Julius Randle off crutches as 2014 draft class limps through season

    Julius Randle off crutches as 2014 draft class limps through season
    Julius Randle was hard at work at Lakers' practice on Wednesday, rehabilitating his mending right leg. "I'm off crutches. I'm walking around, just trying to get the strength back in my leg," said Randle, who is out for the season after breaking his...
  • Pistons pull off stunning win over Spurs for 6th straight

    SAN ANTONIO Give them six. The Detroit Pistons turned certain defeat into victory Tuesday night when they stole a San Antonio Spurs in-bounds pass and Brandon Jennings turned it into a winning runner to give the Pistons (11-23) a 105-104 victory. The...
  • Pistons rally in final seconds to 105-104 win over Spurs; win streak pushed to 6

    The San Antonio Spurs kept giving the Detroit Pistons hope. Brandon Jennings made the most of a last-second opening. The Pistons guard took a bad inbounds pass by Tim Duncan and drove the length of the court in the final seven seconds, weaving through...
  • Tim Kawakami: Green is Warriors' unsung hero

    OAKLAND, Calif. The All-Star vote is a popularity contest, and Draymond Green isn't always the Warriors' top candidate for Mr. Congeniality. Which makes the Warriors' rampaging power forward even more valuable, if you ask me, and also if you ask Green'...