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  • What would have been: Wednesday at New York Knicks

     
    (As NBA owners work to settle the lockout, only now are the actual losses of games becoming real. To that end, we will offer a midday look on each scheduled game day of what would have been in play for the Miami Heat had they actually been playing.) The...
  • ASK IRA: How many owners think like Arison?

     
    Q: Finally we hear from the Heat. Is there any chance Mr. Arison works the phones with like-minded owners to get a deal done sooner rather than later? This Heat fan wants basketball, preseason, season openers, all of it. Now it's whatever they can work...
  • ASK IRA: How can the NBA compensate for bad owners?

     
    Q: I think I'm starting to understand what this lockout is all about. To me it seems pretty simple now: The NBA over-expanded and can't support the Charlottes and Minnesotas, but all the parties involved (owners, Stern, players, agents) don't want to...
  • ASK IRA: Do Heat have their closing lineup?

     
    Q: How likely is a Heat lineup of Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Shane Battier, Mike Miller and Chris Bosh? And what do you think about it? — Aaron. A: Look, I believe without any further moves, the Heat already have their closing lineup. If the...
  • Bad NCAA title game is part of the Bulls' good future

    Bad NCAA title game is part of the Bulls' good future
    UConn and Butler gave us such a regrettable basketball game that it’s a shock it didn’t involve a Big Ten team. To think, I missed Kirstie Alley plopping on her “Dancing With The Stars’’ partner for that?   But here’s...
  • Big potential for ODU's big man Frank Hassell

    Big potential for ODU's big man Frank Hassell
    There's little question Frank Hassell has come a long way. Old Dominion's 6-foot-9, 260-pound power forward, who averaged 15.1 points and 9.4 rebounds as a senior, is night-and-day different from the lumbering freshman who first arrived in Norfolk,...
  • K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

    K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag
    Well, that was fun, huh? Covering spectacularly bad teams and unexpectedly good teams are most beat writers' dream, and I've been lucky to do both thanks to the Tim Floyd-era, the 2004-05 Scott Skiles team and now this team. And this season has far...
  • D-Rose math: Take over the game early = end the game early

    D-Rose math: Take over the game early = end the game early
    It wasn’t all the shots Derrick Rose took at the end of Game 4. It was all the shots he didn’t take at the beginning. It wasn’t all the energy and aggressiveness Rose expended trying to take over the fourth quarter of Sunday’s...
  • Man gets 13 years for robbing ex-NBA star

    A Chicago man was sentenced to 13 years in prison today after pleading guilty to breaking into the River North home of former NBA player Antoine Walker, binding him with duct tape and stuffing him into a closet, officials said. Demorris Hill, 28, of...
  • 4th suspect in Antoine Walker case pleads guilty

    The last of four defendants charged with robbing former NBA star Antoine Walker of cash and jewelry at gunpoint in his River North home pleaded guilty today to home invasion and was sentenced to 6 years in prison. Phillip Allison, 32, was one of three...
  • Carmelo Anthony Goes to Knicks in Blockbuster Trade

    Carmelo Anthony Goes to Knicks in Blockbuster Trade
    Remember when Carmelo Anthony was the Denver Nuggets' problem? Now he's the New York Knicks' problem. In an amazing blockbuster, seeing as how the Knicks might have signed Anthony as a free agent in the summer, they traded almost everyone except Amare...
  • Rosenbloom: Hatin' on the Heat

    Rosenbloom: Hatin' on the Heat
    Whatever hurts the most. A sweep by Oklahoma City? Great. A five-game series but the Thunder still clinch it on Miami’s floor? Great. Oklahoma City loses the first three games and then becomes the first team to wipe out that deficit to win an NBA...