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  1. Celtics assistant Lawrence Frank named front-runner for Tennessee

    Mar 22, 2011, 9:10 PM EDT

    Boston Celtics v New York Knicks

    Wanted: A head coach for a primarily football school to follow in the footsteps of the best, most charismatic coach the university has had in half a century, a guy who won and connected with fans. A guy who bought tickets. Oh, and you’ll have to duplicate that despite sanctions coming from the NCAA. So,…

  2. Coach trying to convince David West to stick with Hornets

    Mar 22, 2011, 3:54 PM EDT

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    Monty Williams has proven a pretty good coach so far this season. He looks like a lot better coach when Chris Paul and David West are playing. He admits as much. Those also happen to be two guys who can opt out of deals the next two summers. So Williams has set to work. That…

  3. Kevin Love says injury not new, listed as day-to-day

    Mar 22, 2011, 3:29 PM EDT

    Kevin Love Sits

    When Kevin Love left the game against Sacramento Sunday and did not return, his groin injury became news. Except it wasn’t news to him. That’s what Kent Youngblood of the Star Tribune tweeted: Love said injury first happened vs. Utah. Aggravated vs. Lakers, and again vs. Kings. Groin injuries are like that. It’s a level…

  4. Barry Ackerley, Sonics owner during ‘80s and ‘90s, dies

    Mar 22, 2011, 2:48 PM EDT

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    Barry Ackerley, the man who owned the Seattle Super Sonics during most of the 1980s and 1990s and saw his teams be consistent winners and make it to the NBA finals, has died. Ackerley, 76, passed away from a stroke in his Southern California home, the Sporting News reports. Ackerley owned the Sonics for 18…

  5. MRI shows Duncan may be out more than two weeks

    Mar 22, 2011, 2:32 PM EDT

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    An MRI on Tim Duncan’s ankle showed “between a grade one and grade two sprain” Spurs GM R.C. Buford said, reports Mike Monroe on twitter. A grade one sprain would mean about the two-week recovery Duncan himself said after the injury. A grade two sprain — which means a partial tearing of the ligaments –…

  6. Video: LeBron James plays the drums, Pat Riley dances

    Mar 22, 2011, 1:20 PM EDT

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    Because if we have to watch Pat Riley dance, everybody should have to suffer the same fate. The fine people at Miami Heat blog HotHotHoops were out at the Heat’s Family Festival and shot this video, which begins with LeBron James on the drums (hard to tell, but he seems to be fine). The Riley…

  7. Some Anaheim residents protest city spending money to get Kings

    Mar 22, 2011, 1:09 PM EDT

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    Anaheim is like virtually every other city in the nation right now — the recession has meant budget deficits and cuts. Specifically, Anaheim is running a $10-$11 million deficit and has depleted its financial reserves down from $45 million to about $11 million, the Orange County Register reports. On April 12, the Anaheim City Council…

  8. Don Nelson speaks candidly about Warriors, career

    Mar 22, 2011, 12:22 PM EDT

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    Don Nelson was back in the Bay Area — maybe that is why Keith Smart held Stephen Curry down to 20 minutes last night, just for spite — and talked about everything with CSN Bay Area in an interview you can watch below. The NBA’s all-time winningest coach told it as he saw it. Such…

  9. PBT Tuesday morning one liners

    Mar 22, 2011, 11:45 AM EDT

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    When you watched Space Jam you thought, “Man, I’d really like to pour over the box score from that game.” Well, here you go. Thanks guys at Harvard (and Deadspin). Before he got injured in the second quarter Monday, Tim Duncan grabbed three rebounds. That was enough to tie him with Dennis Rodman for third…

  10. Grizzlies Rudy Gay out for season, needs shoulder surgery

    Mar 22, 2011, 11:14 AM EDT

    Memphis Grizzlies v Phoenix Suns

    That sound you hear was the hopes of Grizzlies fans to be a real threat in the playoffs deflating. Rudy Gay, Memphis’ dynamic wing player who signed a max contract last summer, will need season ending shoulder surgery reports the Commercial Appeal. Gay has been out for a month since injuring his shoulder against the…

  11. Walsh: Blame me for Knicks struggles, not players or coach

    Mar 22, 2011, 10:59 AM EDT

    New York Knicks Introduce Mike D'Antoni

    Let’s hope James Dolan doesn’t take him literally. Donnie Walsh did what a good executive of a slumping (1-6 in last seven) team should do — tried to take the heat off his players and coach. Walsh threw himself on the grenade when taking to Marc Berman of the New York Post: “I take more…

  12. Warriors’ worries: Stephen Curry limited, Monta Ellis worn down

    Mar 22, 2011, 10:36 AM EDT

    Houston Rockets v Golden State Warriors

    If you want, you can spin the Warriors season as a positive — they have 30 wins, already more than last season (26). Baby steps, but with a new owner at least there is hope they can improve on that next season. But on the ground, they have lost five straight and the same old…

  13. Video: Celtics show the Knicks how to run the break

    Mar 22, 2011, 9:05 AM EDT

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    Since the Knicks aren’t running anymore, we thought we’d show them a little clinic on how it is done. Although, they saw this clinic up close and in person Monday night courtesy the Boston Celtics. You don’t see Kevin Garnett get out and run the break a lot like this anymore (he never ran the…

  14. The Knicks have stopped running, stopped winning

    Mar 22, 2011, 8:29 AM EDT

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    There’s no making some Knicks fans happy, they expect the team to win two Larry O’Brien trophies a season and anything short is a failure. But it’s more than the losing that is making them unhappy lately. Talk to Knicks fans, check out the message boards and you hear that it’s the way they are…

  15. Baseline to Baseline recaps: Chicago’s offense is as awesome as the Kings defense is horrid

    Mar 22, 2011, 7:40 AM EDT

    Carlos Boozer, Joakim Noah, Derrick Rose, Keith Bogans

    What you missed while getting busted for polygamy due to Facebook (damn you Zuckerberg)…. The Celtics beating up and coming from behind to beat the Knicks is our game of the night. Bulls 132, Kings 92: For a night, there were no questions about the Bulls offense. For a night it was an unstoppable force,…

  16. Knicks’ slide continues as Celtics come from 15 down to win

    Mar 22, 2011, 12:18 AM EDT

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    Because there might be a little rivalry between the two cities when it comes to sports, we’re rooting for — and could see — a New York/Boston first-round matchup. Boston is deadlocked with Chicago for first, and New York is comfortably in the seventh spot, with no reason to believe that the team will be…

  17. Duncan leaves game with an ankle injury, out 2 weeks

    Mar 21, 2011, 10:29 PM EDT

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    The Spurs have the best record in the league by six and a half games over anyone else, and being fortunate enough to have a healthy roster for the majority of the season is a big reason why. Monday night against the Warriors, however, that all changed, as the team finally suffered an injury to…

  18. Jordan Crawford can do more than just dunk on LeBron

    Mar 21, 2011, 10:07 PM EDT

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    You remember Jordan Crawford? He’s the Xavier college player that dunked on LeBron James in a pickup game after LeBron’s skills camp back in the summer of 2009. Which would have been no big deal — LeBron tried to rotate over on defense and was a little late in a pickup game, it happens —…

  19. Quote of the Day: Kobe loves Fisher, taking shots at Smush

    Mar 21, 2011, 8:25 PM EDT

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    “You mean when I was throwing to Smush? I shot w/ three mother **** on me. That’s the difference. Now I only shoot w/ one, maybe two.” —Kobe Bryant, on whether he missed Derek Fisher when he left the Lakers in 2004 (via the LA Times Mark Medina on twitter. Fisher stepped up and hit the…

  20. Winderman: Still time to add good player (or Eddy Curry) to playoff roster

    Mar 21, 2011, 6:59 PM EDT

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    Yes, there still is time. With all of its deadlines, be it the mid-February trading deadline or the March 1 buyout deadline, the NBA is surprisingly lax when it comes to its playoff-roster deadline. Spend at least one game on the roster prior to the postseason and you’re playoff eligible, provided you were not on…

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