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Sources: Knicks strong favorites to sign free agent Joakim Noah
The New York Knicks have emerged as strong favorites to sign free-agent big man Joakim Noah , according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that multiple teams interested in Noah have all but conceded already that the Knicks are his runaway preferred destination in free agency. No deals can be
No. 4 Kansas Cruises to 89-74 Victory Over Stanford
Frank Mason III scored 20 points, Devonte Graham delivered an early 3-point barrage and finished with 15, and fourth-ranked Kansas pulled away late for an 89-74 victory over Stanford on Saturday
J.R. Smith plans to skip Cavaliers minicamp this week
J.R. Smith will not attend the Cleveland Cavaliers minicamp this week in California as he and the team remain at an impasse in contract talks, sources told ESPN.com. Cavs players and coaches are gathering for workouts for several days this week in Santa Barbara ahead of the start of training camp
Recruiting starts early, but is it worth the cost?
SAN DIEGO -- Calen Lightford smirks as he scans the competition at San Diego's Junior Phenom Camp, a national youth basketball showcase that has made a millionaire of its founder. Then the 12-year-old sixth-grader announces his mission. "I want," he says, "to destroy everybody in front of me."
Sources: New York Knicks strong favorites to sign Joakim Noah
The New York Knicks have emerged as strong favorites to sign free-agent big man Joakim Noah , according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that multiple teams interested in Noah, a former All-Star center, have all but conceded already that the Knicks are his runaway preferred destination in
Editor's note: This story contains explicit language. Kobe Bryant wants to talk about what comes after death. It's been 16 hours since he scored 60 points in his final NBA game. His back hurts and his shoulder is sore from 20 years in the league and 50 god damn shots! And he's laughing at me, at
Behold! The science says Andre Drummond is the most explosive big man in the league (yes, really)
WHEN LEBRON JAMES walks onto the court for tipoff against the Detroit Pistons , he might as well tug up his shorts, bend his knees and get in his defensive stance right away. James may not know it, and the millions watching may not know it either, but there's almost no chance he'll retrieve the
The Only Two Living US Mass School Shooters Who Are Not Incarcerated
Adam Lanza killed himself. So did Seung-Hui Cho at Virginia Tech. And so did Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold in Columbine . And Christopher Harper-Mercer in Roseburg. And Elliot Rodger in Isla Vista. If you go down the list of mass shootings at U.S. schools, most of the killers turned the guns on
'View' Co-Hosts Discuss President Obama's Gun Control Plan
The president was tearful when discussing the children whose lives were killed because of gun violence.