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  • NBA: Howard se mostró "feliz" por ser reserva en Juego de Estrellas

    NBA: Howard se mostró "feliz" por ser reserva en Juego de Estrellas
    Houston (EEUU), 31 ene (EFE).- El pívot Dwight Howard, de los Rockets de Houston, que criticó el sistema de votación popular que existe actualmente para elegir a los titulares del Partido de las Estrellas, se mostró feliz al conocer que estará entre los...
  • Clippers fall on a run-of-Mills night by Spurs

    Clippers fall on a run-of-Mills night by Spurs
    Both teams had five days off for the All-Star break, but clearly the Clippers didn't bring their game back with them and the San Antonio Spurs did. The Spurs were the more energized and efficient team, the Clippers the team that lacked focus and was...
  • Lakers' Steve Nash could sit out second game of back-to-back

    Lakers' Steve Nash could sit out second game of back-to-back
    The latest installment was unveiled in the Steve Nash Injury Watch. It's "very possible" the 39-year-old point guard will sit out the second night of season-opening back-to-back games, Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni said Sunday. Somewhere you can hear...
  • NBA first: Chris Paul clears 40 points, 15 assists, 5 steals in game

    NBA first: Chris Paul clears 40 points, 15 assists, 5 steals in game
    Chris Paul not only led the Clippers to a victory over the Golden State Warriors in their home opener on Thursday night, he did something no other NBA player has done in a game since steals were first recorded in the 1973-74 season: score 40 or more...
  • UCLA basketball is about to begin — without last season's drama

    It has been a quiet fall for the UCLA basketball team. Less attention. Less NCAA scrutiny. Fewer expectations. A year ago, UCLA brought in what was thought to be the nation's No. 1 recruiting class. With it came NCAA investigators and a spotlight's...
  • Lakers are facing a steep mountain to climb

    OAKLAND — If the Lakers really need 45 or 46 victories to reach the playoffs, they better hurry up and win. Those are the magic numbers in Mike D'Antoni's mind, the Lakers coach revealed Friday, and it won't be easy to get there. The Lakers (13-...
  • UCLA vs. Duke basketball: Krzyzewski and Alford have their say

    A couple of observations from Duke’s 80-63 win over UCLA on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden: Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski is a master of the post-game news conference. Or at least he was after his eighth-ranked Blue Devils played well in a...
  • Clippers put up a great effort in beating Spurs, 115-92

    Clippers put up a great effort in beating Spurs, 115-92
    The "great teams" find a way to win games when they return home tired from a grueling trip. The Clippers may not be able to call themselves one of those great teams just yet, but they demonstrated some resolve to overcome the fatigue a two-week trip can...
  • Clippers' new measuring stick is themselves, not the Lakers

    Clippers' new measuring stick is themselves, not the Lakers
    Less than a month ago, there were many reasons to highlight Friday's schedule on the NBA calendar and look forward to the Lakers facing the Clippers. Kobe Bryant was nearing full stride after returning from an Achilles' tendon injury. Chris Paul was his...
  • Clippers' Doc Rivers and San Antonio's Gregg Popovich are quite a pair

    Clippers' Doc Rivers and San Antonio's Gregg Popovich are quite a pair
    They encompass one syllable, three letters and immeasurable intrigue. Doc. Pop. What other coaches are so instantly recognizable these days? In any sport? The Clippers' Doc Rivers and the San Antonio Spurs' Gregg Popovich have become one-name...
  • San Antonio Spurs' secret to success? Selflessness tops the list

    Jeff Van Gundy was there at the beginning, when Tim Duncan walked off the Madison Square Garden court with mini-camcorder in hand, chronicling his first NBA title as if it might be his last. Four championships and nearly 15 years later, Duncan and the...