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  • UConn Players In The NBA

    Jeff Adrien, 2005-09, Milwaukee Bucks: 5.3 points, 5.0 rebounds in 14.9 minutes with Charlotte and Milwaukee. Ray Allen, 1993-96, Miami Heat: 9.7 points, 36 percent from 3-point range in 26.7 minutes. Missed last two games (illness). Caron Butler,...
  • Philadelphia 76ers avoid making history on their own

    Philadelphia 76ers avoid making history on their own
    Among the many things the Philadelphia 76ers had lost since Evan Turner drove for a game-winning layup Jan. 29 against the Boston Celtics: Turner and hope. All was not lost, however, amid the ensuing 26-game losing streak that spanned exactly two...
  • DeMarcus Cousins' April Fools' joke has everything but the timing

    DeMarcus Cousins' April Fools' joke has everything but the timing
    DeMarcus Cousins has never worried about getting too technical. The temperamental Sacramento Kings center devised what could have been the perfect April Fools’ joke, retweeting a cover picture of his debut R&B album “Misunderstood”...
  • Clippers to face Oklahoma City in big game

    The Clippers know Wednesday night's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder at Staples Center has meaning. “It’s a big game,” Blake Griffin said before the Clippers’ practiced Tuesday morning. “You can’t really dance...
  • Lakers plummet to 14th place in Western Conference

    Lakers plummet to 14th place in Western Conference
    With their sixth straight loss and 12th defeat in 13 tries, the Lakers have plummeted to 14th place in the Western Conference. Falling on Wednesday night to the Phoenix Suns, the Lakers (14-25) were overtaken in the standings by the Sacramento Kings...
  • Clippers' comeback falls short in 107-101 loss to Thunder

    Clippers' comeback falls short in 107-101 loss to Thunder
    It was an intense game that clearly meant something to both the Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder. It was such an intense game that neither team seemed able to take control, the Clippers falling behind by 17 points, the Thunder blowing almost all of...
  • After 50th loss, Lakers in 6th position for NBA draft lottery

    The Lakers lost their 50th game of the season on Wednesday night, falling 107-102 to the Sacramento Kings (27-48). Given the Lakers (25-50) have been long eliminated from the playoffs, the worse they do in the standings, the higher their position in the...
  • Magic Johnson ends cease-fire, questions Lakers' leadership

    In late January, Hall of Fame point guard Magic Johnson declared a cease-fire on the Lakers, deciding to halt his public criticism of the team. Johnson has been critical of owner/executive Jim Buss, and the decision to hire Mike D'Antoni to coach the...
  • 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...
  • Clippers' Blake Griffin a game-time decision, Jamal Crawford out

    Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said Blake Griffin’s playing status would be a game-time decision and Jamal Crawford would not play Wednesday night against the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center. Griffin missed Monday night's game at Minnesota because of...
  • The 30 biggest events of David Stern's NBA tenure

    A look at 30 of the biggest events to unfold during David Stern's 30-year run as NBA commissioner, which is scheduled to end Feb. 1: June 1984—Michael Jordan, Hakeem Olajuwon, John Stockton and Charles Barkley are drafted, stocking the league with...
  • An unsettled air in John Wall's slam dunk contest victory

    An unsettled air in John Wall's slam dunk contest victory
    NEW ORLEANS — It was hard to tell what shocked fans more, the NBA's new dunk contest rules or a performance by Vanilla Ice. Maybe contest organizers should think twice, twice baby. Washington's John Wall was declared the winner in fan voting...