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  • Hornets' Hairston in scrap with kid

    The Sports Xchange Hornets' Hairston in scrap with kid Charlotte Hornets shooting guard P.J. Hairston, a first-round draft pick last month, was involved in an altercation with a high school boy in Durham, N.C., on Sunday, Hairston's agent told Yahoo...
  • Diaw to re-sign with Spurs

    The Sports Xchange Diaw to re-sign with Spurs Veteran forward Boris Diaw is staying in San Antonio. The 32-year-old Diaw reached agreement on a three-year, $22 million contract with the NBA champion Spurs, according to multiple reports Sunday....
  • Triangle offensive: Heat seeing triple during free agency

    Triangle offensive: Heat seeing triple during free agency
      Consider it the triangle offensives. On dual fronts.   On one front, there is the primary challenge for the Miami Heat of retaining LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, with the NBA's free-agency signing window opening Thursday.   On the other,...
  • Shabazz Napier Settles Down With Big Night In Second NBA Summer League Game

    After struggling in his first NBA summer league game, former UConn guard Shabazz Napier had 17 points, seven assists, four rebounds and two steals in his second game to help lead the Miami Heat past the Brooklyn Nets 110-91 on Sunday night in Orlando,...
  • ASK IRA: How much cap space do Heat actually have?

    ASK IRA: How much cap space do Heat actually have?
    Q: Ira, what about Bird Rights? Can't Micky Arison spend and then bring back his stars above the cap? -- Sandor. A: No. When you use Bird Rights, you're not using cap space. Look, here's the simplest of math (to a degree oversimplified): A basic...
  • LeBron's decision could be a healthy choice

    LeBron's decision could be a healthy choice
       For all LeBron James might be looking for, for all he might want in free agency, here is what he needs:    Dwyane Wade's medical records.    Putting concerns aside about the HIPAA Privacy Rule, isn't that ultimately what James putting Pat Riley...
  • P.J. Hairston apologizes to Hornets, fans

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. P.J. Hairston faces a summons for misdemeanor assault and battery following an incident in a Sunday pickup basketball game at a Durham YMCA, according to the Durham District Attorney's office. His court date is Aug. 8. Hairston is in...
  • ASK IRA: Does anyone know what LeBron is thinking other than LeBron?

    ASK IRA: Does anyone know what LeBron is thinking other than LeBron?
    Q: There is no question LeBron James is worthy of a max deal based on what he brings to the table every night. But my question is how can he say, "All I care about is winning. I just want win," in the exit interview and then demand max salary knowing with...
  • Replace LeBron James with Carmelo Anthony

    I was shocked that LeBron James has opted out of the final two years of his Miami Heat contract, which he signed with the team in July 2010 after announcing he's "going to take his talents to South Beach" in a televised ESPN special. If he signs with...
  • Report: Deng meeting with Heat

    The Sports Xchange Report: Deng meeting with Heat Miami Heat president Pat Riley was scheduled to meet with free agent forward Luol Deng in Chicago on Saturday, according to Yahoo Sports. Riley may try to convince Deng to take less money to play on a...
  • Report: Bosh wants maximum contract

    The Sports Xchange Report: Bosh wants maximum contract Free agent forward Chris Bosh prefers a four-year maximum salary contract over taking less money to return to the Miami Heat, according to CBSSports.com. In the days before free agency began last...
  • NBA roundup: Bosh aims for max contract

    The Sports Xchange NBA roundup: Bosh aims for max contract Free agent forward Chris Bosh prefers a four-year maximum salary contract over taking less money to return to the Miami Heat, according to CBSSports.com. In the days before free agency began...