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  • What should Magic do with Howard?

    Do anything to keep him Baxter Holmes Los Angeles Times Try to keep him. Everything short of handcuffing him to his teammates is fair game. Seriously, great players who grow to be as tall as trees simply don't grow on trees. The Magic have the best...
  • Sports notices

    Submitting sports notices The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. Monday. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). Questions? Call 410-332-6578. Baseball Western Howard County Youth Baseball/Softball League is accepting registration...
  • Which NBA team did best at trade deadline?

    L.A. comes out ahead Shandel Richardson Sun Sentinel The city of Los Angeles was the biggest winner at the trade deadline. The Clippers and Lakers both made deals that moved them closer to competing with the Thunder. The Clippers acquired Nick...
  • Will Van Gundy coach Magic next season?

    Magic will make change Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel Of course Stan Van Gundy won't keep his job with the Magic, and he's coaching them in name only now, simply collecting checks until someone, perhaps his "source" in the front office, puts him out of his...
  • How believable is new Ohio St. coach Meyer?

    He just has to win Chris Dufresne Los Angeles Times Nick Saban said he was not going to be the next coach at Alabama, and then he was. The great ones don't have to be believable — they just have to win. So what if Meyer double-talked and...
  • Whom will Lakers land: Howard or Paul?

    Lakers will pursue both K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune There's a chance both could land there, which begs another question: Wasn't the new collective bargaining agreement supposed to promote more competitive balance and limit players' power over...
  • 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...
  • Who will make NBA conference finals?

    Enter the Clippers Brian Schmitz Orlando Sentinel You don't follow the bouncing ball any more in the NBA; you follow the bouncing stars. Free-agentpalooza, with the A-listers calling the shots, has produced instant contenders and revived the dead....
  • Who are NBA's most liked, disliked players?

    LeBron still enemy No. 1 Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel By fans? By players? Different answers. With fans, LeBron James, whether he chooses to wear the tag of villain or not, is public enemy No. 1 for the way he changed the free-agency landscape and...
  • Twitter a viral villain — in an instant

    Rashard Mendenhall and Reggie Bush are star NFL running backs who have found themselves backpedaling after recent controversial remarks made on Twitter. Todd Reynolds is a sports agent whose recent comment about same-sex marriage on the microblogging...
  • If there's a season, who will win next NBA title?

    Race is wide open Broderick Turner Los Angeles Times It would be easy to say the Heat will be the favorite. It would be easy to say the Mavericks will repeat because they now have the know-how. But in reality, it will be wide open. The Heat, if they...
  • Getting back in the game

    Plaxico Burress took the first steps to resuming his NFL career last week simply by stepping out of prison for the first time in nearly two years. More than 30 months removed from his last reception, Burress is looking to pick up where he left off. In...