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Billy King era comes to a merciful end for Nets
NEW YORK -- Perplexed people around the NBA had been asking the same question for a long time now. How is Billy King still the general manager of the Brooklyn Nets ? As of Sunday, after 5½ seasons filled with one franchise-crippling transaction after another, he isn't. Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov
50 Best Albums of 2015
Anyone who tells you that 2015 didn’t offer up a wide variety of excellent music wasn’t paying attention. This year was actually tremendous. You may have had to do a little digging to find the best records, but like many recent years, 2015 offered up an embarrassment of riches. I liked a lot more
What LeBron James can learn from Kobe Bryant
In the final scene of the movie "Whiplash," Miles Teller's character performs a masterpiece drum solo on stage in front of his crazed tyrant of a music instructor played by J.K. Simmons. The hyper-focused Teller sits in a pool of sweat as he unleashes a percussion tornado in front of Simmons, who
Harrison Ford's Crash-Landing: 'Star Wars' Co-Stars React; NTSB Removes Plane From Crash Site
ABC News' Jon Ehrlichman on the investigation into the crash and aviation analyst Capt.
Source: Kevin Garnett plans on return
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- All indications are that Kevin Garnett is preparing to return for another season with the Brooklyn Nets , according to a league source. Barring something unforeseen or a change of heart, Garnett has indicated he will begin preparing shortly for his 20th season. General
Harlem Globetrotters Recruits Boy with Down Syndrome
High school basketball player joins his favorite team as the three-point king.
GMA LIVE (1.29.14)
John Stage founder of 'Dinosaur Bar-B-Que' brings brisket sliders and ribs to our Super Bowl feast.
Xtreme Parents: Extreme Sports
Part 5: Children ride bulls, drive monster trucks with parents' encouragement.
Prescription Painkillers: Companies Attempt Abuse-Proof Opioids
When the oxycodone brand called OxyContin was introduced in the late 1990s, its maker claimed that the drug's controlled-release mechanism would make it less likely to be abused. The idea was that if it released its opioid slowly, rather than all at once, abusers wouldn't find the immediate rush