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LeBron Soaring Along With Cavaliers

Tom Withers on the Casper reminds us of Lebron’s greatness. LeBron James has shifted into a higher gear _ warp speed. Entering the stretch run of his fourth season as a pro (is that possible?), James has taken his

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NEW COACH Michael Jordan now gets a chance to hire a coach for his basketball team.  Jordan, part-owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, said Bernie Bickerstaff will not return as coach next season, although he will complete this one.  He will

Lebron James Eastern Conference Player of the Week

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James was named today as the NBA’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played Monday, March 5 through Sunday, March 11. In four games during the week, James led the Cavaliers to a perfect

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 BASKETS Orlando’s Dwight Howard had his 45th double double with 16 points and 12 rebounds against the Rockets. BRICKS Houston is 37-17 when Tracy McGrady plays and 2-7 when he doesn’t this season. INSIDER The Wizards are 8-30 all-time in

It’s All About The Q

During the month of February, Quicken Loans Arena offered lots of religion, loaded tons of dirt, set the stage for Justin to bring “SexyBack,” and Josh to bring down the house with “You Raise Me Up.”  In between, The Q

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MORE PROBLEMS FOR TINSLEY Indiana Pacers guard Jamaal Tinsley was suspended for Saturday night’s game against Philadelphia for conduct detrimental to the team.  Pacers coach Rick Carlisle said the suspension was unrelated to Tinsley’s recent problems with the law, which

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SEASON ENDS Boston Celtics forward Wally Szczerbiak underwent season-ending surgery on his left ankle Thursday.  Szczerbiak sprained his left ankle during Boston’s game against Sacramento on Feb. 20, the latest of several injuries to his ankles this season. CLIPPERS GUARD

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HEAT HIT AGAIN Dwayne Wade started rehabilitating his dislocated left shoulder Tuesday, a piece of good news for the Miami Heat.  Jason Kapono, though, may be fore for a while.  Kapono, the NBA’s leading 3-poiont shooter at 51.3%, will miss