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  • Shaq explains rap on Kobe: All in fun

     
    Don Imus isn???t the only one saying he didn???t mean literally what he said. Shaquille O???Neal is explaining that his freestyle rap in a New York nightspot over the weekend, in which the Phoenix Suns' center ridicules Los Angeles Lakers......
  • Ex-Terps NBA roundup

    Joe Smith, Cleveland Cavaliers Joe Smith was traded from the Chicago Bulls to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Feb. 21 as part of an 11-player, three-team trade involving Chicago, Cleveland and Seattle. Smith suited up for his first game with LeBron James...
  • O's charm is not limited to city

    Putting "Baltimore" back on the Orioles' road jerseys next season is a good thing; no one can argue that. Anything the franchise can do to cater to the core of the fan base - after all the years of alienating it in so many ways - is welcome. You don't...
  • Sports moments that moved us in 2007

    Sports moments that moved us in 2007
    It would be foolish to look back on 2007 and remind you of every story we've covered. But here are some events that reporters remember from the year. Some they covered and some they just enjoyed as fans. We hope you appreciate them as much as they did....
  • Anthony's star takes a hit

    Carmelo Anthony was having a terrific week. On Thursday, he opened his new youth center in his hometown of Baltimore. The next night, he took over the NBA scoring lead with a 42-point game against the Boston Celtics. And now, he was finishing an easy...
  • Archives: 20 years after Bias' death, schools still falter with scandals

    Archives: 20 years after Bias' death, schools still falter with scandals
    It was a pleasant, late-March evening on the Duke campus and the tulips were blooming near the neo-Gothic chapel. But university president Richard Brodhead could hardly enjoy the night air. As Brodhead, a silver-haired scholar of 19th-century American...
  • Archives – Rise and fall of Len Bias

    Archives – Rise and fall of Len Bias
    Cole Field House is dimly lit, just a single row of lights burning high above the floor. a few people walk around the concourse, but it's mostly quiet.There are no banners hanging from the rafters, and there are no basketball hoops down below. But you can...
  • '48 Bullets had nothing -- except championship

    They were part of a pioneering venture, the last team invited to join the mere outline of what became the major league of professional basketball. Then the totally unexpected happened: The Baltimore Bullets of 1948 became the world champions. A shock. A...
  • Archives: Bias' death altered lives

    Archives: Bias' death altered lives
    There was light, and then there was darkness. There was the All-America basketball player and NBA millionaire-to-be, and then there was another victim of cocaine.From the Prince George's County neighborhood in which he grew up to the University of...
  • Tom Sorensen: Bobcats show heart and muscle in loss to Heat

    MIAMI These are the things we don't get to say about the Charlotte Bobcats. We don't get to say they have a big heart. We don't get to say they're gritty. We don't get to say they're game. We don't get to apply any of the terms we apply to underdogs that...
  • Time Warner Cable Risks Alienating Fans With Hardball Dodgers Negotiations

    Brass-knuckled negotiations are nothing new in the TV business. But there has traditionally been an understanding that getting the best deal shouldn't mean crippling the other side -- not out of benevolence, but simply to leave the well viable for the day...
  • Clippers buy into what Doc Rivers is selling

    LOS ANGELES Last summer Grant Hill had just retired from professional basketball. His last team, the Clippers, had been eliminated from the playoffs in Memphis. His last coach, Vinny Del Negro, who recruited Hill to Los Angeles, was no longer under...