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Smoke. No Fire.
By DON VAN NATTA
Eric Gay/Associated Press
LeBron James's pregame ritual of tossing powder before home games is usually done before empty seats in a town that often shows up late.
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?
Rangers Look to Staal to Shut Down Ovechkin
By JEFF Z. KLEIN
Defenseman Marc Staal played Alex Ovechkin tough while shadowing him in Game 1 of their playoff series, but the Capitals’ high-scoring star scored the tying goal late in the third period.
Canadiens’ Price and Sabres’ Miller Open Playoffs With Shutout Victories
Tangled Verdict Gives Bonds Defense Hope
By JULIET MACUR
Lawyers for Barry Bonds said they expected Judge Susan Illston to throw out Bonds’s conviction on obstruction of justice charges.
Yankees 6, Orioles 5
Rally Can’t Calm Unease Over Hughes
By BEN SHPIGEL
Jorge Posada hit a tying home run in the ninth inning, but Phil Hughes struggled for the third straight start, raising questions about how effective he can be for the Yankees.
Rockies 6, Mets 5; Rockies 9, Mets 4
Sloppy Mets Make a Mess of Their First Homestand
By DAVID WALDSTEIN
The Mets have now lost five games in a row and eight of nine over all.
Lee Allows 3 Hits as Phillies Shut Out the Nationals
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Back at his best, Cliff Lee struck out 12 in a three-hit shutout Thursday night, allowing the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-0 victory over the Washington Nationals.
Subpar 4: Tour Pro Needs 16 Strokes to Finish Hole
By LARRY DORMAN
Kevin Na scored a 16 at the ninth hole of the Texas Open on Thursday, the worst score on a par-4 hole in PGA Tour history.
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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.
Keeping Score
Jeter May Benefit From Rest
By SEAN FORMAN 12:32 AM ET
Given Derek Jeter’s age and the severity of his slump, what are the prospects that he can pull out of it?
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Judging of Bonds Has Just Begun
By TYLER KEPNER 11:30 PM ET
Facts are facts, but the Hall of Fame is subjective, and the guardians of Cooperstown are not keen on cheaters.
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Bonds’s Denial, Baseball’s Problem
By GEORGE VECSEY
Barry Bonds’s one count of obstruction implicates the entire industry for its omertà during the era of home run frolics.
Knicks Get an Unlikely Proponent: Reggie Miller
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Playoff Preview: Western Conference
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Terry Collins Says Mets Need More Practice, And They Do
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Feliciano Contemplates Shoulder Surgery
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Luongo Looks to Change his Playoff History
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