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NBA Update: Brendan Haywood, Mavs Win NBA Title
The Dallas Mavericks won the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat with a win in game six on Sunday night. Brendan Haywood did not play...

Raymond Felton hosting basketball camp
Raymond Felton has gone through lots of changes throughout his NBA career, but one thing has remained constant. Every summer, Felton comes back to the...

Butch Davis, Jonathan Cooper, Eric Montross attend Red Cross Blood Drive
The Red Cross held one of its largest annual single-day blood drives on the East Coast right here in Chapel Hill Tuesday afternoon. Several local...

Neil Fingleton appears in new X-Men movie
Remember Neil Fingleton? At 7'7", Fingleton was a McDonald's all-american in the class of 2000. He started out at North Carolina where, after redshirting a...

Donnie Walsh on his Exit From the Knicks and his Uncertain Future
Donnie Walsh joined the Knicks in the midst of ineptitude and scandal. He was handed the unenviable task of restoring respectability to one of the...

Marvin Williams undergoes lower back surgery
Atlanta Hawks forward Marvin Williams underwent a discectomy on his lower back earlier today to alleviate an isolated bulging disc. Dr. Hal Silcox of Peachtree...

Michael Jordan: Road warrior
In addition to deals with Gatorade, Hanes, and Nike, Michael Jordan owns a motor-sports team, several restaurants, and a majority share of the NBA's Charlotte...

NBA Update: June 7
Brendan Haywood, Dallas Mavericks: The Mavericks are down two games to one to the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. The back-up center had three...

Will Graves works out for Toronto Raptors
Will Graves is an interesting addition to this workout in that he didn't play college ball last season. The 6-6 forward was dismissed from Carolina...

A look back at Cleveland drafting Brad Daugherty in 1986
Brad Daugherty really can't believe it has been 25 years since the 1986 draft, when the Cavaliers made him the No. 1 pick overall. Then...

John Kuester fired as Pistons coach
New Pistons owner Tom Gores and team president Joe Dumars said Thursday they would make decisions quickly on coach John Kuester. Mercifully, for both the...

Denver not big enough for Lawson and Felton
Whether the Nuggets climb or fall in the NBA hierarchy will depend on which way young guard Ty Lawson points them. That means Raymond Felton...

Donnie Walsh departing New York Knicks
Donnie Walsh's tenure as president and general manager of the New York Knicks is ending, team owner James Dolan said Friday. "Following a long series...

Phil Ford to visit Mount Airy Saturday
One of the greatest basketball players in ACC history will visit Mount Airy Saturday. Phil Ford, legendary point guard for UNC and the school’s No...

Haywood, Mavericks Set For NBA Finals
Brendan Haywood, Dallas Mavericks -The Dallas Mavericks defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder four games to one in the Western Conference Finals. The back-up center averaged...

Pistons sources refute report that coach John Kuester is out
The Pistons have not made a decision on coach John Kuester's future, according to multiple team sources. ESPN.com reported Sunday that "Kuester is done" in...

Larry Brown didn't want big $ from PSU, only commitment
I've been seeing many reader comments rationalizing high salary demand as the reason Larry Brown was dismissed as a possible candidate for Penn State's vacant...

Call set up between Larry Brown and Penn State AD goes nowhere
It's not as if Penn State is adrift in stacked resumes seeking its men's basketball head coaching position, especially considering that the search is going...

Eddie Fogler advises Penn State on coaching search
Penn State is getting advice from former Vanderbilt and South Carolina coach Eddie Fogler on the search for Ed DeChellis' replacement. DeChellis resigned this week...

LeBron James says he's not better than Michael Jordan
Scottie Pippen said LeBron James may be basketball's greatest player ever. Among those who disagree: LeBron James, essentially saying he was flattered by the sentiment...

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