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Lil Wayne Says He Was Kicked Out Of The Lakers-Heat Game, Possi…

Lil Wayne Says He Was Kicked Out Of The Lakers-Heat Game, Possibly For Threatening Another Fan

deadspin.com Updated Feb 11, 2013
Maybe Lil Wayne should just stop going to live sporting events. First, there was that whole kerfuffle about him not being able to attend a Thunder game, which brought accusations of racism. Then he had a strange meltdown at the DirectTV Celebrity Beach …
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  • James, Westbrook named Players of  the Week

    James, Westbrook named Players of the Week

    nba.com Feb 11, 2013
    The Miami Heat's LeBron James and the Oklahoma City Thunder's Russell Westbrook on Monday were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Feb. 4 through Sunday, Feb. 10.
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  • Dwyane Wade Crushes A Reverse Dunk Around Dwight Howard

    Dwyane Wade Crushes A Reverse Dunk Around Dwight Howard

    dimemag.com Feb 11, 2013
    In Miami’s beatdown of the Lakers yesterday afternoon, Dwyane Wade scored 30 points and made 12 of 18 shots. But amidst the LeBron/Kobe worship, it feels like no one noticed. Wade also contributed on some of the best highlights, including this reverse j
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  • LeBron James Is Ruling The NBA, And It's Somehow Satisfying To …

    LeBron James Is Ruling The NBA, And It's Somehow Satisfying To Watch

    deadspin.com Feb 11, 2013
    LeBron James is currently in the midst of one of the greatest hot streaks in NBA history. ESPN's Tom Haberstoh has a great breakdown of just how brilliant James has been over the last five games, but here's the short version: He has scored 30 points or …
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Sports Columnists

  • Ian Thomsen: Celtics continue post-Rondo surge, top Nuggets in 3OT

    Feb 11
    BOSTON -- The NBA's two hottest teams generated arguably the best game of the season Sunday night, and here's why: The Celtics and the Nuggets were both trying to play fast, both trying to share the ball and both trying to prove at each other's expense …