1. Get Ready Atlanta: Here Comes LeBron

    Varoon Bose Written by Varoon Bose about 8 days ago 1,612 reads 0 comments

  2. Heat Could Be Targetting Former Gators Stars

    CHICAGO — As the Heat scour the NBA Combine for players who can round out their supporting cast for next season, two players from the University of Florida have emerged as possibilities...

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  3. Winderman: Riley Was Right & Wrong About LBJ

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  4. Should Heat Fans Want Deng Back in Miami?

    The Miami Heat must address a number of issues this offseason, from re-signing a key player (Goran Dragic) to the upcoming NBA Draft...

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  5. Do Wall-Beal Have a Case for Best Backcourt?

    The Washington Wizards season ended on a dismal note. They weren't blown out, which is always an embarrassing way to go out for the year...

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  6. Lee: Waived-off 3 the Latest in Chapter in Wiz Misery

    How much more playoff misery is in store for the Washington Wizards ? How many more sucker punches to the gut can they withstand? How much longer will they have to believe they have ...

    Varoon Bose Written by Varoon Bose about 8 days ago 1,208 reads 0 comments

  7. Free-Agent-to-Be Seraphin Eager to Blossom

    Barring a major roster overhaul that creates room for Kevin Seraphin and a bump in salary, his time with the Wizards , who acquired him in a trade five years ago on draft night, will end...

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  8. Thibs' Playoff Exit Means HC Search Speeds Up

    CHICAGO — The seemingly glacially slow pace of the Orlando Magic 's coaching search might be about to accelerate after the Chicago Bulls lost their second-round playoff series against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday night...

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  9. Harris a Steady Presence, but Free Agency Looms

    More than anyone else on the Orlando Magic , forward Tobias Harris has grounds for focusing on the future rather than dwelling on what happened last season...

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  10. Will Thibs Reject Magic Because of SVG?

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  11. How Much Could Justise Winslow Do for Magic?

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  12. Magic Should Look to Gamble with 51st Pick

    The Magic will have some options to fill needs with that 51st pick, and given that second rounders come on non-guaranteed deals (cheap ones at that) the Magic could manage to snag a rotation player even at the last juncture of the draft...

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  13. How Draft Reform Would Affect Hornets

    The Charlotte Hornets are not in the playoffs. They finished the season well below .500, and yet still have only a very slim chance to grab the number one overall selection...

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  14. Booker's Shooting Makes Him a Fit for Hornets

    The Charlotte Hornets were the NBA 's worst 3-point shooting team last season at 31.8 percent and second-worst overall shooting team at 42 percent...

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  15. Will Hornets Address Shooting Needs in Draft?

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- For each of the past four NBA drafts, general manager Rich Cho and the Charlotte Hornets have needed help in the backcourt. Simply put, Charlotte has been one of the worst shooting and scoring teams in the NBA during that time...

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  16. Tough Losses Could Be Key to Wizards' Winning Future

    Paul Pierce may not know it, but he taught an entire city what professional sports is, why it hurts so much and how magnetic it is for those who truly commit to the experience, including fans who board a ship that usually ends up wrecked...

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  17. Ranking the Washington Wizards' Top 5 Players in Franchise History

    Despite a history defined by change and an underwhelming amount of success, the Washington Wizards have had some of the most distinguished players in the history of basketball...

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  18. 'Washington Post' Sports Front Page Perfectly Sums Up Wizards' Loss to Hawks

    Washington Wizards fans thought Paul Pierce had done it again. In Game 3, Pierce banked in the game-winning bucket to give Washington the win...

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  19. Washington Post With Perfect Paul Pierce Cover

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  20. Washington Post Cover Cuts Deep for Wiz Fans

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  21. Beal on Playoff Elimination: 'Frustrating. Depressing.'

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Kyle Korver was the Atlanta Hawks ' closest defender as Paul Pierce shimmied to his left and launched a 3-point try, hoping to extend the Washington Wizards ' season by forcing overtime in Game 6 of the teams' second-round series...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 9 days ago 784 reads 0 comments

  22. Watch: Teague's No-Look Pass Sets Up Carroll Late in 4th

    The Hawks answered when Jeff Teague found Carroll in the lane with 57.9 seconds to play to take a two-point lead. Nene missed a layup on a horrible possession from the Wizards after a timeout and the Hawks had a chance to pull away...

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  23. Schuhmann: Wizards Fall Short, but Show Promise of 2-Way Team

    WASHINGTON — For the fourth straight time, the game was on the line with the ball in Paul Pierce 's hands. And as it did at the buzzer in Game 3 and with eight seconds left in Game 5, the shot went in...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 9 days ago 388 reads 0 comments

  24. Arnovitz: Series-Clinching Layups Reflect Season-Long Identity

    WASHINGTON -- The NBA is a superstar league. Every night is a performance starring alpha dogs who want the ball in their hands for the big shot, who loudly demand it in the biggest moments...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 9 days ago 151 reads 0 comments

  25. Battle-Tested Atlanta Hawks Escape 2nd Round with Cleveland Cavaliers Up Next

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — As soon as the ball left Paul Pierce ’s fingertips, with his Washington Wizards down 94-91 to the Atlanta Hawks and with what appeared to be milliseconds ...

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