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  • Maybe this time, Collins is the right guy

     
    Doug Collins is reportedly close to getting a second go-around in Chicago as head coach of the Bulls just about two decades after he was escorted to the door there after the 1988-89 season on the eve of a dynasty......
  • Project Runway: I suppose someone has to win Season 6

     
    And now, the end is here. And so I face that final curtain. First off, before we get to recapping the Project Runway Season 6 finale, a big thanks to all the kind souls who found their way back to......
  • Melo out

    Carmelo Anthony - and his fans - have been here before. "Here" is where the Denver Nuggets star and Baltimore hometown hero found himself yesterday, which was breathing a sigh of relief that he had tip-toed through another legal minefield without...
  • Sorry, Carmelo, old baggage can weigh down new penalties

    He should have known better. Of all the players in the NBA - the most disproportionately maligned league in the land, and at the same time a league that keeps on asking for it - Carmelo Anthony should have known better. After all, he keeps asking for...
  • Anthony's star takes a hit

    Carmelo Anthony was having a terrific week. On Thursday, he opened his new youth center in his hometown of Baltimore. The next night, he took over the NBA scoring lead with a 42-point game against the Boston Celtics. And now, he was finishing an easy...
  • Record-setting Morgan State basketball player Marvin Webster dies

    Record-setting Morgan State basketball player Marvin Webster dies
    Marvin Webster lived the good life at Morgan State University in the early 1970s. He was the "Human Eraser," a 7-foot-1 shot blocker who intimidated opponents on the basketball court and who charmed friends and teammates off it with his caring, selfless...
  • Webster is gone, but 'Eraser' lives on

    Thirty years and six months ago, Marvin Webster was on the cover of Sports Illustrated, in hook-shot pose, wearing the uniform of the NBA team that had signed him to a then-shocking $3 million contract, next to a question asking whether he could "turn the...
  • NBA word to rookies: Secrets don't exist

    Later this summer, LeBron James' ears are guaranteed to perk up. He'll be sitting in a room along with the rest of the NBA's rookie class, and the subject will inevitably turn to Kobe Bryant. The speaker will be someone from the league's office of player...
  • Scrutiny intensifies for private Bryant

    NEWPORT COAST, Calif. - A thick, black tarp drapes the front iron gate of Kobe Bryant's $4.1 million Mediterranean-style home in the exclusive Ocean Ridge area. Three private security vehicles with tinted windows patrol the cul-de-sac and surrounding...
  • When heroes falter, it's forgive or forget

    Ray Lewis was accused of murder. Latrell Sprewell choked his coach. Muhammad Ali refused to go to war and was labeled a traitor. All rebounded to attain greater stature than before. Ben Johnson was stripped of a gold medal days after he set a sprint...
  • As a voice is stilled, memories are stirred

    IT WAS THE spring of 1977. I was 12 years old, living in Landover, pondering my upcoming ascent to high school and sitting at a crossroads. I needed a baseball team to call my own, and it was obvious by then, six years after the Senators moved, that my...
  • '48 Bullets had nothing -- except championship

    They were part of a pioneering venture, the last team invited to join the mere outline of what became the major league of professional basketball. Then the totally unexpected happened: The Baltimore Bullets of 1948 became the world champions. A shock. A...