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NEW YORK - With his point guard battle hitting a pivotal game Wednesday at Madison Square Garden, Knicks coach David Fizdale claimed there was no frontrunner for the starting spot and he would make a decision separate from any contractual circumstance. In other words, the fact the Knicks have just two weeks to pick up Frank Ntilikina's option has no bearing on his rotation. "I feel like our ...

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LOS ANGELES - Lakers star LeBron James received more backlash Tuesday for saying the previous day that freedom of speech can lead to "a lot of negative." He was unaware after practice Tuesday that protesters in Hong Kong had burned his jersey and were upset because James was critical about Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey's since-deleted tweet supporting demonstrators in Hong Kong. ...

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Stung by the Bucks blowing a 2-0 lead against the eventual NBA champion Raptors in the Eastern Conference finals, Giannis Antetokounmpo said his priority during the offseason was to become a better leader, both on and off the court.

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The Washington Mystics won their first WNBA championship, getting 22 points from Emma Meesseman and 21 from banged-up league MVP Elena Delle Donne to beat the Connecticut Sun 89-78 in Game 5 of the Finals on Thursday night.

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It's easy to talk about social and political issues if your audience mostly agrees. Call it the power of an echo chamber. Which means that when the NBA brass decided to brand itself as a supporter of the freedom of expression it encouraged among its general managers, coaches and players, the league wasn't risking much. The folks who were likely to disagree with the political opinions of, say, ...

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Kings coach Luke Walton is trying to make up for lost time this week as his team prepares to play its preseason home opener against the Phoenix Suns on Thursday at Golden 1 Center. Sacramento's trip to India was a groundbreaking moment for the NBA and a valuable bonding experience for the Kings, but the extensive travel has given the team little practice time since training camp began 12 days ...

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CORAL GABLES, Fla. - Heat President Pat Riley spoke pointedly Monday about moving past James Johnson's conditioning suspension and moving forward behind the inspiring leadership of prime offseason acquisition Jimmy Butler. Johnson, who has been away from the team since the Sept. 30 eve of training camp for failing to meet his team-mandated conditioning standards, will soon be back with the ...

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DETROIT - It's a final farewell to Auburn Hills. Almost. The Pistons opened their new practice facility in Midtown on Monday afternoon, effectively ending their three-decades' run in The Palace and the adjacent practice facility. The new $90-million Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center, located near Amsterdam and Third has 185,000 square feet, making it the largest practice facility ...

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The Brooklyn Nets' scheduled visit to a Shanghai-area school has been canceled by the Chinese government, according to a league official. The cancellation is the latest in a series of fractures between the NBA and one of its largest markets after Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeted support for protesters in Hong Kong on Friday evening. And while the tweet was quickly deleted, ...

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PHILADELPHIA - So if the 76ers want to show everyone that they have some principles and guts, that they're more than just cheap progressive posers tapping into the woke zeitgeist for some easy money and good PR, here's what they'll do: Between now and 7 p.m. Tuesday, someone in their ownership group, someone in their front office or on their coaching staff, someone who might suit up for their ...

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Since the 1992 Olympics, when the NBA's best players ran all over the rest of the world, the league has sought to take basketball - its product in particular - globally. Its partnerships in China, where the game is wildly popular, have been a pivotal part of that expansion strategy. But a single tweet from a general manager supporting protesters in Hong Kong could threaten that relationship ...

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This week marks the 50th anniversary of Curt Flood's decision not to accept a trade from St. Louis to Philadelphia and instead challenge baseball's "reserve clause" in court. Prior to Flood's move, players were bound to a single team with the only recourse being his original team releases him or he retires. Simply put, Flood is the godfather of free agency and while his courage led to ...

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MIAMI - The question put to Erik Spoelstra on Monday was general enough for him to dodge it with veteran-coach ease. He did not. Does he think the Miami Heat can contend in the NBA's Eastern Conference this season? "We do," he answered, quickly. "Unequivocally so." But how? How does a franchise trying to shed its post-Big 3 era malaise of three missed playoffs in the past five years turn it ...

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SAN FRANCISCO - The Warriors showed up for their first day of work on Monday, and the feeling around the new digs was unmistakable. Things were downright strange. Not in a good way, not in a bad way. But anyone who was with the team in Oakland felt some sort of way about the first day in San Francisco's Chase Center. The $1.3-billion arena on the Bay is just a smidgen different than the arena ...

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LOS ANGELES - When Landry Shamet looked around the gym this month during one of the Los Angeles Clippers' offseason pickup games, the second-year guard was struck by the "crazy" amount of talent on the floor. And that wasn't even counting the MVP candidate watching from the sideline. After undergoing offseason surgeries to repair a small labrum tear in his left shoulder and a partially torn ...

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PHILADELPHIA - Brett Brown avoided getting into specifics in regards to the 76ers' plan to maintain Joel Embiid's workload. But one can only imagine the plan is something similar to what the Toronto Raptors implemented for Kawhi Leonard last season en route to winning the NBA title. The All-Star swingman missed 22 games in the regular season. Fourteen were for load management, six for a ...

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ST. LOUIS - Joe Maddon waited a long time for his first full-time managerial job. He was 51 when he was hired in 2006 to take over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, a bottom-dwelling team that had few fans and no national following. It would've been logical to think Maddon, whose playing days plateaued in the minors, would never get his dream job, despite a couple of brief, interim stints with the ...

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PHILADELPHIA - Bryce Harper was flown from his home in Las Vegas on John Middleton's private jet with the red 'P' on its tail and as soon as he landed in Clearwater, Fla., the Phillies' expectations for the 2019 season took off. The pursuit of Harper and/or Manny Machado was the never-ending story of the offseason and, finally, with spring training in full swing, the Phillies had their man. ...

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MIAMI - Tyler Christopher Herro. The middle name is almost always left out when discussing the Heat's 2019 first-round pick, but it's probably the name that defines him most as a player. That's because the 6-6, 195-pound guard got his middle name from his father, Chris Herro. Label the personality trait as arrogant, cocky, swag, drip or simply confidence, Chris and his son both have it. "I'm ...

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Coming off their best season in almost two decades, the Milwaukee Bucks announced Friday morning that the team will open training camp for the 2019-20 season Oct. 1 at the Nicholas-Johnson Pavilion on the University of Wisconsin campus. 

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Tom Nissalke, who won coach of the year honors in the NBA and ABA, died Thursday in Salt Lake City after facing a “series of health-related problems,” the Deseret News reported. He was 87.

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The 76ers will host the Milwaukee Bucks in a Christmas Day matchup between the expected top teams in the NBA's Eastern Conference, a league source said Friday.

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Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo won male athlete of the year and Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich was named top MLB player Wednesday night at The ESPYS in Los Angeles.

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President Donald Trump has abandoned our Kurdish allies in Syria. This decision puts that part of the world in turmoil again, and will allow the dreaded Islamic State terrorist group to rise again.

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FRANKLIN, Wis. (AP) — Suburban Milwaukee police say child protective services took a 7-year-old boy to the hospital after he was found vaping in a school classroom.

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Despite the university’s efforts to reduce the problem, more than a quarter of undergraduate women at UW-Madison who participated in a national survey said they had been sexually assaulted since entering college.

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BARRON — The Wisconsin girl whose parents were fatally shot before she was kidnapped and held captive for 88 days before escaping from her abductor said she's feeling stronger every day and is thankful for the kindness and concern expressed to her from people all over the country in the year after the crime.