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Gregg Popovich sent four starters home early and the NBA is mad. Why? It isn't against the rules and it was in the best interest of the Spurs and the league, says Michael Rosenberg.Share Tweet
Ray Allen's 3-pointer with 22.6 seconds left gave the Miami Heat the lead, and they held on to beat the short-handed San Antonio Spurs 105-100 on Thursday night to remain perfect at home this season.Share Tweetbuffalobills.com Nov 29, 2012It’s back to Ralph Wilson Stadium this Sunday for former Bills Head Coach Mike Mularkey. He brings his 2-9 Jacksonville Jaguars to Orchard Park to play the Bills. Mularkey, who has been back while an assistant with the Dolphins, is now the Head CShare Tweet
Fins finagle a “real” sellout versus PatriotsIn recent years, the Miami Dolphins have sold out their home games by selling to themselves or their sponsors the excess non-premium tickets. For Sunday’s showdown with the Patriots, such measures won’t be needed. Armando Salguero of the Miami HeraldShare Tweet
Joining revamped Blue Jays has JJ thrilledMLB.com Nov 29, 2012Josh Johnson knew his time with the Marlins was likely coming to an end. He just didn't know it would it would happen so quickly.Share Tweet
Justin Ruggiano disputes Fox’s Ken Rosenthal on Twitter that ‘Marlins need CF’yahoo.com Nov 29, 2012Be careful what you say on Twitter. You never know who might be reading. That's the lesson after bow-tied reporter Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports said Thursday that the Florida Marlins needed to upgrade their outfield. Rosenthal's communique, brought on pa…Share Tweet
The 10 Best NBA Team Rivalries Of All Timedimemag.com Nov 29, 2012The word “rival” is lost in the NBA today. Too often we see camaraderie between players on opposing teams. With the growing presence of AAU basketball, the players have gotten closer and closer. AAU isn’t the only thing that brings the players togetShare Tweet
PFT Live: Daniel Thomas, Week 13 picksIt’s Thursday, which means that it is time for Mike Florio and Michael David Smith to discuss their picks for this week’s games on PFT Live. Before we get to that, though, there’s a conversation to have with Dolphins running back Daniel Thomas. ThomShare TweetESPN.com Nov 29, 2012We are entering the final weeks of another successful year predicting AFC East games. Our record is 27-9 entering Week 13, and we intend to finish strong in December. Let’s get to the picks. New England Patriots (8-3) at Miami Dolphins (5-6), Sunday atShare Tweet
THE key to the game on Sunday 'no question'miamiherald.com Nov 29, 2012In this matchup between the Patriots and Dolphins there are two numbers that stand out that speak to the relative position -- the strengths and weaknesses, if you will -- each team is enjoying and suffering. Turnover margin. The Patriots are an astonish…Share TweetBills players said they stand behind coach Chan Gailey (something that never comes up until a team has issues). Dolphins WR Davone Bess has developed into more than just a slot guy. The Patriots promoted DE James Develin to take the spot of suspended Je…Share Tweet
Heat Top Short-Handed SpursNov 29Heat beat Spurs to remain perfect at home.
Spurs Face 'Substantial Sanctions'Nov 29Stephen A. Smith weighs in on commissioner David Stern's comments about disciplining the Spurs and Gregg Popovich's decision to sit his stars.
Reiss' P.A.T.Nov 29In this week's edition of P.A.T., Mike Reiss looks ahead to the Patriots' Week 13 matchup against the Dolphins.
Preview: New England Patriots vs. Miami DolphinsNov 29NFL Films previews the Week 13 matchup between the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins.