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  • National Basketball Association playoff race

    (Reuters) - State of play in the National Basketball Association playoff race before the regular season ends on Wednesday. The top eight teams from each conference qualify for the postseason (x-clinched playoff berth, e-eliminated from playoffs...
  • Heat fall as LeBron, Bosh sit; play Bobcats or Wizards in 1st round

    Heat fall as LeBron, Bosh sit; play Bobcats or Wizards in 1st round
       The official end to the race for the top seed in the Eastern Conference came during Erik Spoelstra's pregame comments, when he announced that LeBron James and Chris Bosh wouldn't play.    "There's a storm coming," the Miami Heat coach said. "And it's...
  • Grizzlies edge Suns to seal playoff spot

    Grizzlies edge Suns to seal playoff spot PHOENIX -- In a game that featured 22 second-half lead changes and 15 in the fourth quarter alone, Memphis Grizzlies guard Mike Conley finally put an end to the tug-of-war -- and the Phoenix Suns' season --...
  • Warriors clinch playoff spot with win over Timberwolves

    Warriors clinch playoff spot with win over Timberwolves OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Golden State Warriors whipped their fun-loving fans into a frenzy on the eve of the playoffs Monday night. It took an early 19-point deficit and one of their worst...
  • Evans, Pelicans stun Thunde

    Evans, Pelicans stun Thunder NEW ORLEANS -- Games like Monday's are why your momma warned you never to bet. Losers of eight straight, the injury-ravaged New Orleans Pelicans were down to nine live bodies in a logical mismatch against the Oklahoma City...
  • Clippers' Blake Griffin close to NBA's technical foul limit

    Clippers forward Blake Griffin has gotten to the edge of the NBA’s technical foul limit, putting him in jeopardy of a suspension. Griffin was issued his 15th technical foul of the season Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder, tying him...
  • Linda Robertson: Top seed good for bragging rights, but Heat has eyes on bigger prize

    MIAMI The No. 1 seed in the NBA's Eastern Conference has plunged in value the way stocks crashed in 2008. The Heat and Indiana Pacers appear to be trying to dump it. After taking a half-game lead over Indiana with a 12-point victory on Friday, Miami gave...
  • Blake Griffin not in danger of being suspended for playoff opener

    Blake Griffin needs to be on his best behavior for only one more game. The Clippers forward has accumulated 15 technical fouls this season, putting him one short of triggering a league-mandated one-game suspension. But were Griffin to avoid...
  • With Help Of Winning Coaches, Depressing Date Gets New Shine

    With Help Of Winning Coaches, Depressing Date Gets New Shine
    HARTFORD — As the UConn men's basketball coach, one who would later say he isn't going anywhere, stepped up to speak outside the State Capitol on Sunday, thousands of UConn fans began chanting, "Ol-lie! Ol-lie!" No lie, the earth rumbled and it...
  • Pacers all but close out Heat for No. 1 seed in East

    Pacers all but close out Heat for No. 1 seed in East
        What became apparent with Saturday night's Miami Heat loss to the Atlanta Hawks came into sharper focus Sunday: The Heat likely will enter the NBA playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference.     With Sunday's 102-97 victory over the...
  • Pacers hold off Thunde

    Pacers hold off Thunder INDIANAPOLIS -- Just when the Indiana Pacers were turning into the forgotten team of the NBA playoff field, they stepped up to knock off the Oklahoma City Thunder and back the Miami Heat into an unfamiliar corner. Guard Lance...
  • Pacers on verge of clinching top seed in East with win over Thunder

    WASHINGTON -- What became apparent with Saturday night's Miami Heat loss to the Atlanta Hawks came into sharper focus Sunday: The Heat likely will enter the NBA playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference. With Sunday's 102-97 victory over...