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  • Which NBA teams hurt by flopping rule?

    Heat is on the Heat K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune The Miami Heat better figure out a way to defend without flopping. OK, so that's not entirely fair to a defensive team schooled in the principles of Pat Riley. Erik Spoelstra is a terrific defensive...
  • Terps Trio: Alex Len at No. 1, 2014 hoops class, Andrew Gray and Ohio recruiting

    Terps Trio: Alex Len at No. 1, 2014 hoops class, Andrew Gray and Ohio recruiting
    Baltimore Sun reporter Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Is Alex Len better off not being the top pick in the 2013 draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers and instead going a few...
  • Is Wade's shoe deal sign of the future?

    Old story: Money talks Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel With Jordan Brand focusing on Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony, it made sense for Dwyane Wade to get out of the Nike shadow alongside LeBron James and Chris Bosh with the Heat. And, yet, the reality is...
  • Where will James play after summer of 2014?

    Way too early to say Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel LeBron James will play where he feels most comfortable, and where he sees himself having the best chance to win. And if anyone has any idea about that in October 2012, they should scout out a sports...
  • The Top 175: Ray Lewis

    The Top 175: Ray Lewis
    Ray Lewis is the oldest Raven — he turns 37 on Tuesday — but as one of The Baltimore Sun's top 10 all-time Maryland athletes, he's just a kid. Eight of his peers are Hall of Famers in their respective sports. Seven were stars before Lewis...
  • Dream Team vs. 2012 U.S. Olympic team: Who would win?

    Dream Team vs. 2012 U.S. Olympic team: Who would win?
    The debate raging these days between those arguing whether this year’s U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team could compete with the Dream Team of 20 years ago is not answered simply by a generational divide. I for one, being of sound mind and...
  • LeBron James among NBA stars set to play in Baltimore Tuesday

    LeBron James among NBA stars set to play in Baltimore Tuesday
    LeBron James is poised to take his talents to Baltimore. Amid the recent flurry of face-offs between leading pro-am leagues during the NBA lockout, the Miami Heat forward has said he will join a group of NBA stars that Tuesday will represent the...
  • Your turn: How do you feel about LeBron and the Heat now?

    Your turn: How do you feel about LeBron and the Heat now?
    When LeBron James announced last summer where he was taking his talents -- turning his back on his hometown of Cleveland and disgusting sports fans across America with his choreographed performance on ESPN -- he became the NBA's public enemy No. 1 outside...
  • Stephen Colbert burns Lebron James

    Stephen Colbert burns Lebron James
    If there's any team in sports that deserves to be mocked, it's the Miami Heat.  The temptation to dig into the Heat's NBA championship loss to the Dallas Mavericks -- and star Lebron James' arrogant behavior afterward -- proved too much last night for...
  • Suggs to get reps on offense?

    Suggs to get reps on offense?
    The Ravens have not been shy about tinkering with their goal-line formations. In Sunday’s 37-7 thrashing of the St. Louis Rams, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata lined up as an eligible offensive tackle when the offense faced third down-and-2 at the...
  • Former NBA player tells Edgewood church to stay 'on fire'

    Former NBA player tells Edgewood church to stay 'on fire'
    Former professional basketball player Billy Thompson told the congregation of the Edgewood Assembly of God, where he preached Sunday, to have faith in God and to work hard instead of relying on "systems of the world." He also urged congregants not to...
  • Who is helped, hurt by the NBA lockout?

    Nets OK with delay Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel Considering their lame-duck status in New Jersey, the Nets would prefer the NBA calendar simply flip to 2012-13, when they become the Brooklyn Nets. The NBA's ultimate limbo franchise, awaiting not only a...