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Former NBA player and University of Michigan Fab Five standout Jalen Rose has acknowledged his blood-alcohol level was above the legal limit after a single-vehicle crash in a northwest Detroit suburb.
As far as measuring sticks go, the Wizards should shoot for playoff contention before comparing themselves to the Heat. But winning titles is the ultimate goal for Washington, and one day that might include beating out Miami for the Southeast division crown.
As far as measuring sticks go, the Wizards should shoot for playoff contention before comparing themselves to the Heat. But winning titles is the ultimate goal for Washington, and one day that might include beating out Miami for the Southeast Division crown.
The New Jersey Nets have started selling their premium season tickets for their inaugural NBA season at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn in 2012-13.
Former NBA player and Michigan Fab Five standout Jalen Rose says he wasn't "feeling impaired" when he was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving earlier this month near Detroit.
The lure of the NBA was a major part of Maryland forward Jordan Williams' decision to declare for the NBA Draft without signing with an agent.
An NBA spokesman confirms that the league is investigating Jay-Z's presence in Kentucky's locker room after the Wildcats clinched a Final Four berth.
The Fiesta Bowl ejected its chief executive amid corruption accusations and now faces another challenge: persuading the BCS to let it stay in the lucrative bowl system used to crown a national champion.
Boston College junior Reggie Jackson has made himself eligible for the NBA draft. But the 6-foot-3 guard says he won't hire an agent, so he could remove his name from the list and return to school.