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Ridnour, Timberwolves clamp down on Magic

Ridnour, Timberwolves clamp down on Magic

ESPN.com Updated Nov 7, 2012
Luke Ridnour had 19 points and five rebounds, and Greg Stiemsma got the rout started with six straight points to end the third quarter in a 90-75 victory over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.
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  • Bulls' Noah regrets 3-point shot for Big Macs

    Bulls' Noah regrets 3-point shot for Big Macs

    ESPN.com Nov 7, 2012
    Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau said Wednesday that he spoke to center Joakim Noah about his decision to shoot a 3-pointer against the Orlando Magic just to try to win Big Macs for fans at the United Center.
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  • Deng helps Bulls rally past Afflalo, Magic in fourth

    Deng helps Bulls rally past Afflalo, Magic in fourth

    CNNSI.com Nov 7, 2012
    CHICAGO (AP) For nearly three quarters, the Orlando Magic looked like the team that has been the surprise of young NBA season.
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  • The NBA’s Most Surprising Team Finally Loses; Toronto Suffers A…

    The NBA’s Most Surprising Team Finally Loses; Toronto Suffers A Major Injury Scare

    dimemag.com Nov 7, 2012
    On the day that Chicago’s most famous face took center stage in the presidential election, the Bulls beat down the undefeated Magic, 99-93. Over the final five minutes, the Bulls closed the door with some ferocious interior defense, forcing guys like Bi
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  • Video - Wolves Win Second Straight 00:53

    Wolves Win Second Straight

    Nov 7
    Luke Ridnour leads Wolves with 19 points.
  • Video - TrueHoop TV: Silver Lessons 05:48

    TrueHoop TV: Silver Lessons

    Nov 7
    New breed analysts have valuable lessons that apply in politics and sports.

Sports Columnists

  • Ian Thomsen: Obama's re-election a victory for basketball

    Nov 7
    The nation remains divided between elation and anger, between optimism and pessimism. Amid the polarization of America there is one outcome on which we can all agree.