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  • A bold-school Steve Ballmer steals show at Clippers' Fan Festival

    A bold-school Steve Ballmer steals show at Clippers' Fan Festival
    He entered from the stands, swaggering into Staples Center through the crowd like a prizefighter in dress slacks, pinstripe shirt and Clippers cap. A rap song screamed and the balding middle-aged man screamed with it, weaving through stunned and...
  • LeBron once again destroys Magic's dreams

    LeBron once again destroys Magic's dreams
    Running off at the typewriter … Dear Orlando Magic: I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your window of opportunity has closed before it even opened. Now that NBA superstar Kevin Love is set to join fellow NBA superstars LeBron James and...
  • Take your workout outdoors

    Take your workout outdoors
    When the sun is shining, there's not a cloud in a perfectly blue sky and your children are begging you to play outside instead of going to the gym — it's really difficult for even the most strong-willed gym-mongers to hit the weights. So don't....
  • NBA suspends Mavericks guard Felton for 4 games

    DALLAS The Dallas Mavericks knew they would possibly have to deal with some legal ramifications when they acquired embattled point guard Raymond Felton in a trade with the New York Knicks on June 25. On Thursday, the Mavericks found out the results of...
  • Mavs' Felton suspended 4 games

    The Sports Xchange Mavs' Felton suspended 4 games Dallas Mavericks guard Raymond Felton has been suspended four games next season after pleading guilty to gun charges in New York, the NBA announced Thursday. Felton pleaded guilty last month to...
  • Marcus Thompson II: This is one risk NBA owners need to accept

    The gruesome injury to Paul George in a Team USA scrimmage has NBA owners and executives complaining. Again. The scuttlebutt is that executives are talking about how to take NBA stars out of international competition. Cue the violin. No question, the...
  • George injury part of hoop risk

    George injury part of hoop risk
    "WARNING: The following contains graphic images." If this was a lead-in for Animal Planet's "Lion Feeding Frenzy" show or a "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" episode, you could understand it. It's just not exactly the bold-faced introduction you...
  • Ron Cook: NBA injury opens eyes all over

    Perhaps you saw the video of Indiana Pacers star Paul George's gruesome leg injury. Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford watched it. Forgive him if he saw Sidney Crosby's face on George's fallen body. Or Evgeni Malkin's face. "We all take risks when...
  • Hyde5: Man U wins - and so does soccer in U.S.

    1. There's plenty of good in this crazy sports writing business, but a bad part is you become numb to events. You see so many games, so many athletes, one great performance blends into another. So I I did something I rarely do anymore and went to...
  • John Smallwood: Mark Cuban has it all wrong

    Considering the millions of guaranteed dollars they invest in players, I can certainly understand why the Dallas Mavericks' Mark Cuban and other NBA owners might want more say in their players' involvement in international competitions like the upcoming...
  • Silver: NBA to discuss future of international competition

    Silver: NBA to discuss future of international competition
    Commissioner Adam Silver said he does expect significant changes in the NBA's participation in international competition after Indiana Pacers star forward Paul George broke his right leg while helping Team USA prepare for the FIBA World Cup. George was...
  • Haugh: In the Wake of the Web

    Haugh: In the Wake of the Web
    Quick, digital-only thoughts from In the Wake of the News columnist  David Haugh. For openers ... As Paul George landed Friday night against the basket stanchion in Las Vegas, his right leg below the knee snapped to a nearly 90-degree angle, a...