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TOP GUN IN A CONFERENCE FULL OF HIGH-FLYING SHOOTERS, UCONN'S RAY ALLEN HAS PUT TOGETHER A SEASON THAT MAKES HIM THE BIG EAST'S
Shortly after inventing basketball, Dr. James Naismith declaredthat his new game "cannot be coached, it can only be played."The best player in ...
The James Gang
He's everywhere—on the block, at the point, behind the arc! As his supporting cast struggles to provide consistent play against the resolute Pacers, LeBron James has displayed, once again, a stunning array of skills. Here's how he does it all, position by position
Nowhere is college basketball a bigger spectacle than at Kansas, where every game evokes vivid memories of Naismith, Allen and Chamberlain
Acquired Taste An elegant player, smooth talker and man of varied interests, All-Star guard Ray Allen of the Bucks may have broader appeal than anyone in the NBA. So why do so few people seem to care?
Ray Allen feels your pain, disenchanted NBA fans. The MilwaukeeBucks' All-Star shooting guard has heard your complaints. Whetheror not ...
LeBron James: 2012 Sportsman of the Year
There is still one last frontier to conquer, but the premier talent of his generation reached several others in 2012—a ring, a second gold, a third MVP—and started to win back a public curdled by his regrettable Decision ... and that one last frontier, he's coming for it, coming for it real soon
What can Rajon Rondo do next? Lead the league in triple doubles (again). Average more assists than anyone (again). And maybe prove that his team is not better off without him. Oh yeah—and do it all after rehabbing a torn ACL
LeBron James thought winning his first title would be the hardest thing he'd ever do. He was wrong. Miami's repeat took every ounce of energy from the best player alive
What do the players do for fun in Oklahoma City? Plenty. Run hills. Eat wings. Hang out. And gear up for a run at the Lakers while basking in the love of the league's most appreciative fan base
Tricks of the Trade
With elbows and erudition, Dennis Rodman of Chicago rules over NBA rebounders