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  • Thunder jump out early, hang on to beat Grizzlies

    Thunder jump out early, hang on to beat Grizzlies OKLAHOMA CITY -- Style points don't matter in the NBA playoffs. It's all about getting wins and moving on. So, despite watching a huge lead dwindle down to a single basket, Oklahoma City coach Scott...
  • Grizzlies' frantic rally in third quarter isn't enough to silence the Thunder

    OKLAHOMA CITY By the time the Memphis Grizzlies convinced themselves that they could be the team that imposed its will along the final steps of the regular season schedule, they were looking up at a climb generally too steep to overcome in playoff...
  • Harris and Mavericks watching decisions pay off

    DALLAS Within 24 hours of failing to land Dwight Howard, the improvising Mavericks on July 5th and 6th reached contract agreements with their prospective new starting backcourt. Jose Calderon and Devin Harris. Monta Ellis seemingly was out of Dallas'...
  • Ranking the NBA teams

    Records and stats final regular season: 1. San Antonio Spurs (62-20, Last week 1): Could home-court advantage throughout the playoffs be enough to help Tim Duncan win a fifth NBA title? 2. Oklahoma City Thunder (59-23, LW 2): If Russell Westbrook...
  • Can title runs take a toll in the long run?

    Can title runs take a toll in the long run?
    Dwyane Wade made his intentions known four years ago. After the Miami Heat lost to the Boston Celtics in the first round of the 2010 playoffs, he made it clear he expected his seasons to last a couple months longer. "This will be my last first-round...
  • NBA playoffs begin with intriguing matchups

    This is the time of year that reputations and championships are made. Two-time defending champion Miami looks for the NBA's first three-peat since Kobe and Shaq's Lakers (2000-2002). The star power is immense, including LeBron James, Dirk Nowitzki, Tony...
  • Ailene Voisin: Rudy Gay holds the cards in Kings' future

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. Is anyone at Sleep Train Arena actually getting any sleep these days? Didn't think so. Barely hours into the offseason, which will be far less traumatizing than the previous three years for obvious reasons the league just said no to...
  • Heat hardly Grade A; makeup tests at hand

    Heat hardly Grade A; makeup tests at hand
       There were moments when it was difficult to tell what truly mattered for the Miami Heat. They played big; they played small. They played hard; they played not so hard. They got up for the biggest challenges; they shrunk from the smallest ones. There...
  • Former Duke star Josh McRoberts connects all the Charlotte Bobcats' dots

    Imagine all the text messages and voicemails Steve Clifford received when he was named coach of the Charlotte Bobcats last spring. Most were congratulations from longtime colleagues. Two others were specific to the roster Clifford would inherit....
  • Magic desperately need a marquee star

    Magic desperately need a marquee star
    The Magic need a marquee star the way a movie needs a leading man. It's why this May lottery/June draft is so critical for them. They also might want to keep that star for all – or most – of his career if they want to be a perennial...
  • Bulls' Joakim Noah skips practice for personal reasons

    Joakim Noah was excused from Chicago Bulls practice Friday for personal reasons. Coach Tom Thibodeau said that Noah was in New York for bereavement. The Bulls are hopeful Noah will be back Saturday and that he will play Sunday in Game 1 of the Bulls'...
  • Grizzlies can't float without Mike Conley

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. Alex Conley has watched his grandson score thousands of baskets at gymnasiums across the country, from elementary school heaves to gliding layups under the bright lights of the National Basketball Association. Yet the moment that he says...