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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - John Havlicek
Butler's historic Hinkle Fieldhouse couldn't compete with the Boston Garden and all those NBA championship banners hanging from its rafters.
The Green are getting greener.
Letting Doc Rivers go to the Los Angeles Clippers was the first sign. Getting rid of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett clinched it.
Pondering Kevin Durant's latest big-time shot on the playoff stage, Lionel Hollins started listing a who's who of NBA greats from days gone by: Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Isiah Thomas, Sam Jones, John Havlicek, George Mikan, Bob Pettit.
Here are a few things you won't find among the many items Bob Knight is putting on the auction block over the next two months in New York:
Hall of Famer Bob Knight is selling his championship basketball rings and Olympic gold medal for what he considers a very good reason: the education of his grandchildren.
A year later, there weren't too many eyebrows raised.
Heat forward LeBron James is the NBA's MVP for a third time, putting him alongside some of the game's all-time greats.
Derrick Rose was going down the list, thanking just about everyone who helped him become one of the NBA's best players, when he looked to his right.
Time was against these Celtics before.
As gaudy as that 22-0 record is for top-ranked Ohio State, the Buckeyes aren't thinking they possess a secret formula that no one else has.
Former Ohio State star Larry Siegfried, who helped the Buckeyes to their only championship in 1960 and won five NBA titles in seven years with the Boston Celtics, died Thursday night. He was 71.
Shaquille O'Neal has changed The Big Three of the Boston Celtics into a Very Big Four.
In Stevens, they have a mentor who is younger than Garnett and wasn't yet born when Bill Russell won his 11th NBA championship in 1969 _ or even when John Havlicek added two more in the 1970s.
The move turns the tradition-laden franchise over to a mentor who led the Bulldogs to back-to-back NCAA title games but is younger than Garnett and wasn't yet born when Bill Russell won his 11th NBA championship in 1969 (or even when John Havlicek added two more in the 1970s).