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Friday, April 15, 2011
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Smoke. No Fire.
By DON VAN NATTA
Miami has the stars on the court, but the notoriously distracted fans in South Florida have been mostly indifferent.
Jackson’s Farewell Tour Could End Where It Began
By JONATHAN ABRAMS
Phil Jackson won the first of 11 titles when his Bulls vanquished the Lakers in 1991. Twenty years later, could his Lakers top the Bulls for title No. 12?
Lynx Sign Maya Moore, First Pick in WNBA Draft
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Minnesota Lynx have signed Maya Moore, the first pick in this year's WNBA draft.
Enduring Shelters and Long Subway Rides, a Recruit Perseveres
By VINCENT M. MALLOZZI
Marquis Barnett, a senior basketball player at Cardozo High School in Queens, plans to choose a college close to home.
Bryant Fined $100,000 by N.B.A. for Gay Slur
By JONATHAN ABRAMS
The N.B.A. has fined Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers $100,000 for directing an antigay slur at a referee during Tuesday’s victory over the San Antonio Spurs.
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An Exhibition in April Goes to the Celtics
By HOWARD BECK
Almost all the starters rested, and the Celtics’ bench beat the Knicks’ bench in the last game of the regular season.
Knicks Get an Unlikely Proponent: Reggie Miller
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Playoff Preview: Western Conference
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N.B.A. Fines Kobe Bryant $100,000 for Directing Gay Slur at Referee
April 13, 2011
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Bryant Should Have Been Forced to Sit
By WILLIAM C. RHODEN
For a star player earning $27 million, a $100,000 fine — about 0.4 percent of his salary — is far less imposing than if he were suspended for a playoff game.
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Knicks and Nets: Two Teams That Need an Introduction
By GEORGE VECSEY
The Knicks and the Nets remade themselves with trades that have left the teams struggling for identities.
Knicks 120, Nets 116
Anthony Scores 39 as Knicks Beat Nets
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Carmelo Anthony scored 39 points for the second straight game, including the tiebreaking jumper with 1:08 left.
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Kings Fans Let Emotions Out, Maybe One Last Time
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Spurs Lose, Bulls Gain Home Edge Through Playoffs
Clippers Beat Playoff-Bound Grizzlies 110-103
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