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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Michael Jordan
Forget comparing LeBron James to NBA greats like Magic Johnson and Larry Bird - at least until he learns to make his teammates better, so says former NBA star Michael Cooper.
The 1984 draft, featuring Michael Jordan as the No. 3 pick and three others who were voted among the league's 50 greatest players, is the subject of the next NBA TV original film.
The Charlotte Hornets are back.
The team formally announced the name-change Tuesday at the its downtown arena nearly one year after owner Michael Jordan indicated that he wanted to change the name back to the Hornets.
Faster, higher, stronger they may be, but Olympians wouldn't win many medals in a contest of dental health. Behind their buffed physiques lurks a dentist's nightmare.
Michael Jordan of NBA fame said in a new book, "Michael Jordan: The Life," written by sportswriter Roland Lazenby, that his path to basketball stardom was anything but easy -- and that along the way, he was actually a racist.
Michael Jordan said he's both disgusted and outraged by the racist comments allegedly made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
LeBron James stripped the ball at midcourt, raced the length of the floor and lifted off for a powerful one-handed dunk.
There are those who would argue that Sonny Vaccaro helped create the biggest problem in college sports when he began handing out money in the late '70s to basketball coaches so players would wear Nike shoes.
The annual mission trip is a big deal for the youth at Pendleton's First Assembly of God. The destination remains a mystery until the unveiling, which their leader does with flair during a youth group meeting. By the end of his verbal intro, the name of the country is projected onto a screen.
The Houston Rockets are heading to the playoffs for the second straight year and believe wins like the one they picked up Friday night will help them when they get there.
Kevin Durant's rare streak of games with least 25 points continued, and San Antonio's run of 19 straight wins came to a halt.
The drama was sapped early from Oklahoma City's blowout win over Utah, except for one detail.
He's a high-flying athlete whose leaping ability rivals that of a young Michael Jordan.
The "Mount Rushmore" craze has gotten out of control. But I've been inspired by a new film — "Noah" — to create a new measurement of historical greatness.
“Michael Jordan had nothing bad to say about it; Gary Player, Henrik Stenson, you have all of these top athletes don’t have a problem with it,” he said.
"To have your name on the back of a Bulls jersey is a really cool feeling," he said.