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Latest Ben Gordon Items
Joe Dumars and the Detroit Pistons had been waiting a while for this offseason _ and it showed.
Chauncey Billups wanted to stay with the Detroit Pistons for the rest of his career.
Mike Dunlap is one and done with the Charlotte Bobcats.
Lawrence Frank's tenure in Detroit is over, and the Pistons are still searching for a coach who can revive the franchise.
Gerald Henderson had 27 points and Walker came up with a flurry of big plays in the closing minutes helping the Bobcats overcome a five-point deficit and beat Washington 119-114.
Bobcats coach Mike Dunlap talked throughout the offseason about changing the culture in the organization and building a winning atmosphere in Charlotte. Apparently his players were listening.
Jim Calhoun is leaving Connecticut the same way he coached it to three national titles _ on his terms.
Jim Calhoun is officially retiring as men's basketball coach at Connecticut after a 40-year college career and three national championships.
Jim Calhoun retired as Connecticut's basketball coach Thursday, closing a 26-year career at the school with three national titles, an upcoming NCAA tournament ban and no apologies.