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  • A season of tremendous success can largely be attributed to a team's personnel. For the Milwaukee Bucks, that couldn't have been more true in 2014-15. While coaching and management played the supporting role to perfection, it was the individual players who came together as a collective whole to accomplish a remarkable ... read more...
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  • NEW YORK -- FIRST PITCH: The Miami Marlins moved out of the NL East basement thanks to Friday's victory against the New York Mets. The Amazin's now try to rebound Saturday, when the teams face off at 4:10 p.m. ET at Citi Field. Jonathon Niese ( read more...
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  • Bradley Beal admits he is a sore loser. The characteristic was difficult to conceal Friday night when Washington’s young guard addressed the media after the Wizards’ season-ending Game 6 loss to the Atlanta Hawks. It surfaced again nearly 72 hours later. “In my opinion, we should’ve won 4-1,” Beal said Monday in his exit interview […]... read more...
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  • <freeform> A sore lower back will keep Jazz point guard Trey Burke on the bench Friday night against the Memphis Grizzlies, the team announced about 75 minutes prior to tipoff. Burke has averaged 12.9 points and 4.3 assists a game in taking over as Utah’s sixth man. This will be the third time in four games his back has kept him out of action. Burke’s absence will mean mo... read more...
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  • As the Washington Wizards begin their offseason schedule and preparations for the draft and free agency, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the roster. We continue today with forward Kris Humphries:   Kris Humphries watched helplessly from the Washington Wizards’ bench, his playoff residence, as Al Horford stampeded unbridled through the lan... read more...
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  • Guess those number one seeds have a little substance to go with those gaudy regular season records. Heading into Monday night, the NBA playoff narrative was simple: The Atlanta Hawks and the Golden State Warriors were in trouble. They were down 2-1 in their respective series’ to the Washington Wizards and the Memphis Grizzlies, respectively. They were on the road. They were facing disas... read more...
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  • For as cruel as the ending of Friday’s Game 6 was for the Washington Wizards — their hopes dashed by a Paul Pierce three-pointer that came just a few milliseconds too late — the 94-91 loss was also fitting. Seven times now, the Wizards/Bullets have taken their homecourt for a playoff elimination game and come […]... read more...
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