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Topic - Larry Sanders
Soon after Larry Sanders signed a four-year extension with the Milwaukee Bucks, worth about $44 million, the NBA star decided to celebrate with a fresh tattoo. Only problem? Tattoos don't have spellcheck.
Call it what you want: Rebuilding, retooling, tinkering or even tanking, the Milwaukee Bucks are in a full-blown youth movement.
LeBron James worked Ray Allen hard for two years, urging the veteran guard to come to Miami any time he saw him.
Pacers forward Paul George spent the past summer turning himself into a better player.
After missing five games with a sprained right wrist, it took Beal just two games to score a season-high in points. And he did it with his right wrist taped.
Once again, an NBA team has parted ways with head coach Scott Skiles. Once again, veteran assistant Jim Boylan is being asked to pick up the pieces.
Head coach Scott Skiles and the Milwaukee Bucks have decided to part ways after just over four seasons together, ending a working relationship that seemed to have been teetering on the brink for quite some time.
Scott Skiles is out as Milwaukee Bucks head coach and the team says veteran assistant Jim Boylan will take over for the rest of the season.
Scott Skiles is out as Milwaukee Bucks coach and the team says assistant Jim Boylan will take over for the rest of the season.
Jamie Skeen describes his demeanor as "not cocky, but confident."
A hand descending from heaven as it clutches a basketball is tattooed on Jamie Skeen's right arm. Another hand reaches up for the basketball. Between them is a gap.
Mr. Sanders posted another photo with a caption that said, "Ummmmmmmmm ... ain't worried bout nuthin [sic]," likely in response to the flood of comments pointing out his mistake, CBS Sports reported.