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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Nba Finals
Led by a no-frills coach, the San Antonio Spurs have long stated the regular season means little to them.
Jason Collins has been warmly received in his historic return to the NBA.
Jason Collins heard his name called by Nets coach Jason Kidd early in the second quarter and headed to the scorer's table to check in.
Jason Collins has signed a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets and is set to become the first active openly gay player in the NBA.
April 16 - Last day of regular season.
Feb. 20 - Trade deadline, 3 p.m. EST.
When Jerry Sloan was the head coach of the Utah Jazz, no one ever doubted who was in charge.
Dwyane Wade came off the bench for the first time in more than six years. The Larry O'Brien Trophy wasn't at stake. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich sported a casual, no-tie look.
After the highlights were shown on the scoreboard and the two former Celtics acknowledged the latest in a series of standing ovations, the cameras panned up to the rafters, where the franchise has hung more banners than any other NBA team.
Feb. 14-16 - All-Star weekend, New Orleans.
LeBron James will have his favorite Thanksgiving foods _ turkey, yams and macaroni and cheese _ on his holiday table Thursday.
The 2-3-2 NBA Finals format is following David Stern out of the league.
The judge placed Kidd on interim probation. In exchange for the guilty plea, Kidd also agreed to speak to Long Island high school students about the dangers of drunken driving.
Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd pleaded guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor drunken driving charge and was placed on interim probation a year after he smashed his Cadillac SUV into a utility pole on eastern Long Island.
A teen watching NBA Finals postgame coverage in South Florida was hit by what police believe was celebratory gunfire.