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Washington, DC Growing up in Detroit, Michigan, I was fairly sure I'd never make it as a basketball star. I played for my high school team, but most of the time my tall and lanky self sat on the bench. One game, though, I got a chance to put my
Derrick Williams spent two full seasons and 16 games of this year trying to find a place for himself with the Minnesota Timberwolves. More News He tried to do it at power forward, tried to do it at small forward. And as the games wore on this season,
Garnett, a 19-year veteran in his first season with the Brooklyn Nets , has 25,352 career points. Nowitzki, who has spent all 16 of his NBA seasons with the Mavs, has 25,361 after scoring 18 Monday night. For Nowitzki, he at least temporarily passed
At 6 feet 8, 220 pounds, there certainly are easier ways to earn an NBA living. But the 35-year-old veteran says if he's going to be going out, he might as well go out in a blaze of gory. "In all honesty, this is probably my last year, and so, I'm
As a junior at Oaks Christian High School, Abrams averaged 7.6 points per game and ranked second among Tri-Valley League players with 9.0 rebounds per contest. Abrams also led the league with 1.1 blocks per game and shot 50.7 percent from the floor.
Damian Lillard hit a layup with 6.5 seconds left to give the Portland Trail Blazers a 90-89 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night. Steve Dykes AP Photo Portland Trail Blazers center Robin Lopez (42) shoots over Phoenix Suns power forward
NBA Draft have we seen a top overall pick struggle early on like the Cleveland Cavaliers' Anthony Bennett this season...May, and he isn't the only lottery pick who is struggling, albeit not as badly as he is. And at least he's out on the floor, which
Special to the Miami Herald Julian Gamble is playing pro ball in France, Durand Scott is doing likewise in Spain and Shane Larkin, an NBA first-round pick, practiced with the Dallas Mavericks on Monday for the first time since breaking his ankle this
The great hope of North Carolina's frontcourt might rest on the shoulders of a freshman who has lost about 35 pounds since arriving on campus in the summer. Or maybe it rests on a sophomore who had never really played basketball before high school.
Boise State's guard-heavy system is not traditional, so why should the team use traditional names for its positions? That was coach Leon Rice's thinking last season as he looked over his roster and the success his team was finding with four starters