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5-on-5: Should the Clippers make big moves, or give it one more try?
The Los Angeles Clippers face an offseason full of questions after injuries derailed their playoff run. Where does Lob City go from here? Is it time to break up the Clippers' core? Our NBA Insiders go 5-on-5 on the future of the Clippers. 1. What do you foresee and advise for the Clippers this
LeBron 'Not Fond' of NBA's Reviews of Officiating
Cavaliers star LeBron James feels the NBA's postgame officiating reviews do more harm than good
The Latest: 5 Ohio State Players Selected in 1st Round
Bunch of Buckeyes: 5 Ohio State players selected in 1st round of the NFL draft
Debate: What's the best way to crown a league champion?
The NBA and NHL playoffs are just picking up steam. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, Leicester City is on the brink of clinching one of the most improbable league championships in sports history with three weeks remaining in the Premier League round-robin season. At the same
Ex-San Francisco Officer Arrested for Obstructing Rape Probe
A former San Francisco police lieutenant incriminated in a racist texting scandal charged with obstructing the rape investigation of a subordinate officer was arrested Wednesday, police said
Drake to Paul George on Instagram: 'I knew you were scared'
After the Toronto Raptors erased a 17-point deficit to beat the Indiana Pacers and complete the biggest comeback in franchise postseason history, Drake was in a celebratory mood. The team's "global ambassador" was courtside to see the Game 5 win, then took a shot at Pacers star Paul George after
The Latest: San Francisco Police Chief Responds to Texts
San Francisco's police chief says a total of three officers have quit or retired after they were caught sending racist and homophobic text messages to each other
The last true days of Kobe Bryant
ANTAWN JAMISON FEARED for his teammate, who was slumped over in the locker to his right, whose feet were drowning in ice water buckets, knees buried beneath ice bags. Through 14 NBA seasons, Jamison had never seen anyone so worn down, someone who, though four months shy of his 35th birthday, moved,
Winners don't always get to celebrate in the playoffs
Over the weekend, Clippers coach Doc Rivers distilled the NBA playoffs down to two words, a logical little oxymoron that only makes sense after you think about it: "enjoyable misery." What better way to explain how the Golden State Warriors could seize a 3-1 series lead over the Houston Rockets