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  • Candace Parker (23 points) leads West to 102-98 WNBA All-Star victory

    Candace Parker had a blast in her All-Star debut. Parker scored a record 23 points to lead the West to a 102-98 win over the East on Saturday at Uncasville, Conn., and earn MVP honors. The Sparks star was voted a starter for the 2011 game, but she...
  • Phase 1 of Daytona renovation: Danica and Dale Jr. winning more, Jimmie Johnson winning less

    Phase 1 of Daytona renovation: Danica and Dale Jr. winning more, Jimmie Johnson winning less
    DAYTONA BEACH – Joie Chitwood, president of Daytona International Speedway, says ticket sales were actually up slightly for Saturday night's Coke Zero 400, but the fact is that the crowd at this NASCAR race and most others is not even close to...
  • Teel Time: Krzyzewski's re-enlistment positions Duke, USA for more championships

    Teel Time: Krzyzewski's re-enlistment positions Duke, USA for more championships
    Duke faithful used to worry that coaching the pros would lure Mike Krzyzewski away from the Blue Devils. The Celtics called, the Lakers called, and heaven knows who else. Never mind the notion that a college basketball lifer wouldn’t translate...
  • Schmitz's Take: Magic losses might mean lottery gains

    Schmitz's Take: Magic losses might mean lottery gains
    The Magic’s track record shows there will be more games like Friday night’s. I guess all the concern about them winning too much to spoil a chance at a decent lottery pick was unnecessary. They have lost 12 times in the last 14 games. The...
  • Newport News' Kersey humbled by state Hall of Fame inclusion

    Newport News' Kersey humbled by state Hall of Fame inclusion
    Jess Kersey stood at midcourt at Appalachian State's old Varsity Gym in Boone, N.C., shaking like a leaf before officiating his first professional basketball game, a 1974 exhibition between the Carolina Cougars and the New York Nets of the defunct ABA....
  • Bobcats edge Pacers in Dunlap's debut

    Bobcats edge Pacers in Dunlap's debut
    Former Bobcat D.J. Augustin missed a buzzer-beating 3-pointer for Indiana as time expired, and Charlotte held on to a 90-89 victory over the Pacers in its first game of the season. Charlotte's top draft choice in 2011, Kemba Walker, led all scorers...
  • Lakers dominate struggling Bobcats, 106-73

     
    Lakers 106, Bobcats 73 (final) Kobe Bryant took a rare fourth-quarter breather, sitting out the entire final 12 minutes as the Lakers let a contingent of mostly reserves help the team reach triple digits for a second consecutive game and only the third...
  • Lakers reportedly interested in Ramon Sessions

     
    Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Lakers remain interested in acquiring Cleveland point guard Ramon Sessions. The Times' Mike Bresnahan explains why the Lakers struggle against the Charlotte Bobcats....
  • LeBron James makes a dunk, but it's counted as a miss

     
    In the fourth quarter of a close game between Miami and Charlotte on Wednesday, LeBron James made a one-handed fourth-quarter dunk, but the ball bounced off Gerald Henderson's head and flew right back out of the net. The referees botched......
  • James Worthy still laments poor pass in 1984 NBA Finals

     
    James Worthy still laments poor pass in 1984 NBA Finals...
  • Tough minded Pacers make second half count

    Tough minded Pacers make second half count
    Ankles were spraining, elbows were flying, and a few technicals were spruced in here and there.  But it wasn't like Frank Vogel expected his team to lose composure, just like he didn't loose his in the midst of a dull Pacers first half on Saturday night....
  • Teel Time: Record talent drain hits ACC with North Carolina trio headed to NBA

    ACC basketball’s talent drain continues at a record pace. With the expected news that Duke’s Austin Rivers and North Carolina’s Harrison Barnes and John Henson are entering the NBA draft, the conference next season will return no first-...