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  • Sports TV and radio: Friday's 2/20 log (updated Thursday AM)

    8 a.m.    Tennis: Coverage of tournaments in Rio de Janeiro, Dubai, Delray Beach and Marseille.--Tennis Ch. 9 a.m.    Golf: Indian Open second round (d. in New Delhi).--Golf 9 a.m.    Football: NFL combine (offensive linemen and tight ends).--NFL Net....
  • Mike Sielski: Can Embiid live up to the Sixers' hype?

    Until Sam Hinkie decided to trade Michael Carter-Williams and K.J. McDaniels, the 76ers' most intriguing activity at the trade deadline took place after practice early that afternoon. At one of the six baskets ringing the court at Philadelphia College of...
  • 76ers doomed by poor shooting, fall to Pacers, 94-74

    INDIANAPOLIS The new-look 76ers battled back to make things respectable for a while. But just as they were before the recent roster moves, the Sixers were doomed by poor shooting especially late. The Indiana Pacers took full advantage Sunday night,...
  • Did Derrick Rose's knee surgery remove or repair Tom Thibodeau's job security?

    Did Derrick Rose's knee surgery remove or repair Tom Thibodeau's job security?
    When doctors removed the damaged part of meniscus from Derrick Rose’s right knee Friday, did they replace it with extra job security for Tom Thibodeau? Or is that still bone-on-bone, too? The Bulls said the timetable for Rose’s return is...
  • The Magic have another test: rebounding from their tough loss to the Heat

    The Magic have another test: rebounding from their tough loss to the Heat
    Nikola Vucevic stepped to the free-throw line with 42.0 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter Wednesday night, and he sank both of his foul shots to give the Orlando Magic an 83-75 lead over the Miami Heat. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra called a timeout,...
  • Heat emerge as possible trade destination for Suns' Dragic

    Heat emerge as possible trade destination for Suns' Dragic
    By 3 p.m. Thursday, speculation will turn to reality . . . or into nothing at all. In the interim, until the NBA trading deadline passes and the schedule resumes, careers and rosters will hang in the balance. Wednesday, as they regrouped for their...
  • Breakdown of Heat's position in East playoff race

    Breakdown of Heat's position in East playoff race
    Six teams are battling for the final two playoff spots in the Eastern Conference. A look at how the math shakes out after the All-Star break. * * * East seed       W-L    GB 7. Charlotte    22-30    -- 8. Miami         22-30    -- --------------...
  • Magic's inexplicable losses hurt Borrego's chances

    Magic's inexplicable losses hurt Borrego's chances
    James Borrego is not helping his chances to keep the Magic coaching job after the season. He cost himself dearly -- again. Under Borrego’s short interim tenure, the Magic have found inexplicable ways to stunningly blow two games that seemed...
  • Laurel High basketball junior makes his points on the court

    As the lone defender under the Laurel High School basket, junior Kirk Hawkins braced himself as Bowie High began a three-on-one fastbreak against the Spartans. Hawkins, who is quick but only 5 feet 7, managed to steal an entry pass and feverishly...
  • NBA All-Star game updates: West beats the East, 163-158

    NBA All-Star game updates: West beats the East, 163-158
    Russell Westbrook almost made history Sunday, scoring the second-most points in All-Star game history as the Western Conference held off the East, 163-158. Westbrook had 41 points, one fewer than Wilt Chamberlain scored in 1962, and was an easy choice...
  • In fourth season, Mark Turgeon hasn't changed, but Terps' fortunes finally have

    Anniversaries are useful milestones for measuring progress or, in some cases, decline. In that way, college basketball mimics life, with coaches judged, year after year, by how their programs have grown — or not. Come Tuesday night, it will be...