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Observations from Monday night's 88-65 playoff victory over the Chicago Bulls at the United Center: - It could be as simple as the Bulls reaching their expiration date. - But that shouldn't take away anything from how Chris Bosh has stepped up these...
Joakim Noah typically follows the same pattern when individual honors are concerned, which on Monday brought the Bulls' first All-Defensive first-team member since Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen for the 1997-98 season. He first downplays it. Then he...
Tags: Tom Thibodeau, Ben Wallace, Chicago Bulls, Serge Ibaka, Voting
Second in media balloting for the NBA's Defensive Player of the Year award, Miami Heat forward LeBron James on Monday was named to the NBA's first-team All-Defensive team in voting by the league's 30 coaches. A week after being named NBA Most...
Tags: Serge Ibaka, Voting, Mike Conley, Tim Duncan, Politics
Yes, it is time for the yearly one-word rant now that the NBA has bestowed all of its annual individual awards: Why? Actually, more to the point, the issue should be: When? As much as anything, it is the Coach of the Year balloting, or,...
MIAMI – LeBron James refused to give Jimmy Butler too much credit. The MVP conceded that the second-year Bulls starter did an admirable job on defense in Game 1. But James also believes no one can guard him, so he put an asterisk behind Butler&...
Western Conference semifinals No. 1 Thunder vs. No. 5 Grizzlies Season series: Grizzlies, 2-1. Key stat: Memphis power forward Zach Randolph averaged 24.8 points over the Grizzlies' final four games of their first-round series victory over the...
MEMPHIS -- The Memphis Grizzlies earned some payback this postseason by sending Los Angeles home early after they had been ousted by the Clippers in last year's Western Conference quarterfinals. The Grizzlies used a balanced attack in a physical Game...
Time never seems to run out on Chris Paul. Seven, six, five … He takes a pass from Jamal Crawford about five feet from half court and surveys the floor in front of him, the Clippers needing a basket with the score tied in the final seconds of...
Tags: David Stern, Chris Paul, GQ, Sports, Matt Barnes (basketball)
The Clippers' bench makes its points in many ways beyond the scoring column. Ronny Turiaf violently swats what looks like a sure layup, forcing a jump ball. Matt Barnes sticks out his hand to deflect a pass, leading to a shot-clock violation....
Tags: Chris Paul, Mike Conley, Blake Griffin, Sports, Zach Randolph
Play harder and play better. Be more physical and smarter. Raise the level of play even higher. That's what Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro is asking of his team when it travels to Memphis to play the Grizzlies in the next two Western Conference...
RATHOLE, Tenn. — Made it. Got a ride back to the hotel Thursday night after the Clippers' collapse, the final 10 yards covered on foot in a dash to the door. It was touch and go, but bravery won out. On Friday, there was daylight here. So I took...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — It was a rough day for Clippers starting guard Chauncey Billups. Billups missed all six of his shots from the field against the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 4 of the Western Conference first-round playoff series, and he didn't score....
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