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  • Status of UCLA's Tony Parker for Utah game is uncertain

    Status of UCLA's Tony Parker for Utah game is uncertain
    Tony Parker jogged stiffly onto the court for UCLA's basketball practice Tuesday after his teammates had begun stretching. "Back from retirement," Bryce Alford said jokingly as Parker took a place near the baseline. Parker rolled his eyes. Parker'...
  • Five takeaways from the Lakers' 106-96 loss to the Denver Nuggets

    The Lakers (13-39) lost their fifth straight game on Tuesday night, falling to the Denver Nuggets (20-33).  Here are five takeaways from their 106-96 win at Staples Center. 1. At halftime, Ty Lawson scored just four points with six assists, his team...
  • Ben Howland is out there, waiting

    Ben Howland is out there, waiting
    In a bleak Southland college basketball winter devoid of wow, it's the most startling of sights. Ben Howland, sitting in a Century City restaurant in the middle of a Tuesday afternoon, showing off a smartphone photo of him reading a book to his 2-year-...
  • Spurs' vintage effort gets Gregg Popovich into 1,000-win club

    Gregg Popovich spent 19 seasons teaching his players how to use teamwork and ball movement to break down defenses. The philosophy still works. On a night San Antonio started the fourth quarter in a 14-point hole at Indiana, Popovich's principles...
  • Merrillville grad Gregg Popovich earns 1,000th win as NBA coach

    The San Antonio Spurs' huge fourth-quarter rally helped Merrillville High School grad Gregg Popovich reach the 1,000-win milestone Monday night. Marco Belinelli's baseline jumper with 2.1 seconds left capped San Antonio's 95-93 victory at Indiana....
  • ASK IRA: Do Heat struggles come down to lack of creativity beyond Wade?

    ASK IRA: Do Heat struggles come down to lack of creativity beyond Wade?
    Q: It shocks me how uncompetitive we look out there against other teams when Dwyane Wade isn't out there dominating the ball, and then people sit there and complain that we play to much hero ball or iso ball when he is playing. -- Bryant, Boynton Beach,...
  • Shorthanded Heat fall out of playoff seed with 98-85 loss to Spurs

    Shorthanded Heat fall out of playoff seed with 98-85 loss to Spurs
    All the perspective that was needed was there in Friday night's 98-85 loss to the San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center. How did the Miami Heat fall out of a playoff seed for the first time this season? Because Justin Hamilton was their first player...
  • Text message from Matt Barnes motivates Clippers

    Text message from Matt Barnes motivates Clippers
    The Clippers needed a jolt after a bad loss, so Matt Barnes did what comes naturally. He reached for his cell phone. "The infamous group text," Barnes said, smiling. Barnes usually likes to dispatch profane jokes or random pictures of people who...
  • Sighting: John Fox, Ryan Pace dine at Chicago Cut

    Sighting: John Fox, Ryan Pace dine at Chicago Cut
    I predicted on Twitter that the first restaurant new Bears’ coach John Fox would hit in Chicago would either be Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab, Chicago Cut Steakhouse or Gibson’s Bar & Steakhouse-Chicago. Was I right? I don't know for...
  • Magic lose 10th straight, fall to Spurs 110-103

    Magic lose 10th straight, fall to Spurs 110-103
    SAN ANTONIO — It took two and a half weeks, but the Orlando Magic finally played like a desperate team Wednesday night. The Magic displayed emotion against the San Antonio Spurs. They showed some heart. And they did it from the beginning of a game...
  • Derek Fisher tries to hang tough through Knicks' woes

    Derek Fisher tries to hang tough through Knicks' woes
    Derek Fisher used to wipe celebratory champagne from his eyes. Now he surely wishes he could close them until mid-April. His first season as New York Knicks coach has been surreal, in case a .191 winning percentage somehow misses the point. Those...