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  • When will NBA's lockout come to end?

    When owners win K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune The easy answer is whenever the league wins. That the two sides spent all last week negotiating the split of basketball-related income and then, on the day Commissioner David Stern announced cancellations,...
  • Who will get better deal, NBA or players?

    Owners in for long haul K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Here's how long the NBA lockout will last: Until David Stern wins. Too many new-blood owners entered during the fat-cat days of the NBA, only to see the economic downturn shrink their franchise...
  • Can Sacramento keep the Kings in town?

    Stern will get his way K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune It's going to be ugly, but the Kings will remain in Sacramento. Commissioner David Stern has made it clear he wants the franchise to remain there. And Stern usually gets what he wants. Plus, Stern has...
  • Metta World Peace anything but peaceful

    Metta World Peace anything but peaceful
    All morning long, on every sports and news show on TV, they've been showing the clip. You know the one. The one that shows Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace viciously throwing the elbow that floored Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Hardenin...
  • Your Turn: Should U.S. Olympic hoops team only use players under 23?

    Your Turn: Should U.S. Olympic hoops team only use players under 23?
    For the past 20 years, the debate about United States men’s basketball hasn't been about whether the team can win the Olympic gold medal, but rather which American team could compete with the first one, in 1992, to use all NBA players. There’...
  • How big a problem is flopping in the NBA?

    All part of the game Barry Stavro Los Angeles Times Flopping gets attention because it's a play near the ball. But look carefully at a star's shirt after they've driven into the lane — it's always pulled out of their jersey. Elbow hooking, moving...
  • Was NBA's $500K fine of Arison reasonable?

    Fine way out of line Shandel Richardson Sun Sentinel Someone please tell me Heat owner Micky Arison threw a punch during a game or at least used a slur toward an NBA referee. Five hundred thousand dollars? For words that likely offended no one?...
  • Our Take: The week in Maryland sports

    Our Take: The week in Maryland sports
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and intern Connor Letourneau (The Diamondback's co-sports editor) weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Maryland has now announced the start  times for its first three...
  • Which commissioner should be paid most?

    Goodell made best better David Teel Daily Press Is this a trick question? Like who's buried in Grant's tomb? Sports' highest-paid commissioner should be the leader of the most successful league, the venture that draws the largest audience and rakes...
  • Where will the NBA's Kings end up playing?

    Why not Seattle? Shandel Richardson Sun Sentinel "The Lakers beat the SuperSonics." Remember those classic words from rapper Ice Cube's 1993 hit "It Was a Good Day?" We haven't been able to use them since the Sonics moved from Seattle to...
  • Former Lake Clifton star Will Barton hoping to be first-round pick in NBA draft

    Former Lake Clifton star Will Barton hoping to be first-round pick in NBA draft
    Will Barton has done the research. He's pored over the numbers, he's tracked the stocks and he's talked with the experts. Something just doesn't add up. How could the most efficient swingman in college basketball not be considered a lottery pick in...
  • Wizards eyeing up 3 who could go at No. 3

    The Washington Wizards insist they aren't wedded to any prospect for the third overall pick, and they remain at the mercy of what the Charlotte Bobcats decide to do ahead of them — whether it's take Kansas junior and Washington native Thomas...