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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Alonzo Mourning
Alonzo Mourning, Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond, Kevin Johnson and Spencer Haywood are hoping to be part of the class. They were chosen as finalists, with the full class to be unveiled April 7 during the NCAA men's Final Four.
President Barack Obama will host a fundraiser for House Democrats at the home of former NBA star Alonzo Mourning.
Dawn Evans knew a kidney transplant was inevitable. She just didn't know it would be now. The former James Madison point guard had to put her professional career on hold when her doctor contacted her with the news that her kidney disease had worsened and it was time to come home.
Dawn Evans knew a kidney transplant was inevitable. She just didn't know it would be now.
Sore as the incision from his kidney transplant surgery might still be, Donald Jones' outlook on life is suddenly fresh.
President Obama's approval ratings may be stuck in a sand trap, but that has not deterred him from sticking to his weekly round of golf.
As a player Patrick Ewing never envisioned himself as an NBA head coach. Now he can't wait to become one.
When Chris Andersen does something particularly impressive for the Miami Heat, a heavy metal guitar riff blares through their arena. Some children have shown up for games with replicas of his tattoos drawn upon their bodies. Others have gotten their hair gelled and shaped to match his Mohawk `do.
Dwyane Wade was sitting with his mother after a pregame workout a few days ago, a rare quiet moment in a nearly empty arena that would soon be filled by 20,000 screaming Miami Heat fans.
The Big East tournament is about to begin, and it's one of Carmelo Anthony's favorite times of year.
Dwyane Wade thinks the NBA should have postponed Miami's game at New York on Friday night, while LeBron James is "50-50" over whether the game should be played.
If you know Jim Calhoun, then you knew exactly what he was going to say on his last day as a coach. He got this far believing he could talk almost anyone into practically anything. He was not about to stop now.
The Republican National Committee is airing a television ad that says President Obama tried and failed to fix the economy, and that it's OK to make a change.
Ray Allen lingered on the court for a bit after his Boston Celtics lost Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals to the Miami Heat last month, shaking hands and offering congratulations.
Ray Allen will take less money for a chance at another NBA championship.
"It's like anything in life," said Mourning, a vice president for the NBA's Miami Heat. "You become as knowledgeable as you can. An individual who's going through anything, especially a health-related issue and when they don't know what they're dealing with but they educate themselves about it, their confidence changes. It helps them."
Mourning said he tries to let people know that no matter the issue, one's approach can make all the difference.