World Cup Day Three: Team USA off, Spain bests Brazil


In a highly patriotic coincidence, Team USA was off on this Labor Day Monday as they prepare for Tuesday’s match with New Zealand, the only Group C team without a win here in this FIBA World Cup. Groups A and B played on Monday with the hosts separating themselves from the pack, one big upset, one huge Freakish dunk and an emerging dark horse for the all-tournament team. Group A Serbia (2-1) outscored Iran 25-13 in the decisive third quarter and defeated Iran


Where Are They Now? From Taurean Green to Andres Nocioni


Welcome, everyone, to Where Are They Now? With another week in the books, we’re back again with another crop of yesteryear’s stars and their current whereabouts. In recent weeks, we’ve covered everyone from Stephon Marbury and Tracy McGrady to Jonathan Bender and Acie Law IV. In other words, we have no limits or bounds in where we must look or who we need to find. So who are the players in this week’s Where Are They Now? Let’s get underway and find


SH Blog: Dwight Howard might not get traded, Kevin Love losing role with Team USA

Dwight Howard

After all the rumors and possible trade talks with the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Lakers, the Orlando Magic appear to be holding off on dealing Dwight Howard. At this point, general manager Rob Hennigan appears to be as indecisive as his malcontent superstar center. See what the franchise has in mind, along with today’s transactions and updates on Team USA below:Posturing or not, the Magic don’t appear ready to part with Dwight Howard any time soon, according to


Tweet of the Day: Manu Ginobili


360 degree view of the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona. We play USA here tonight. — Manu Ginobili (@manuginobili) July 22, 2012 The big game is not tonight. There is a game, yes, but it is not the big one. That’ll come Tuesday night when the Americans play Spain in Barcelona at the arena pictured in Manu’s tweet above. What is notable about tonight’s US-Argentina game is that it is the only friendly the Americans will play against a team they are


News, Notes, and Rumors from around the NBA: March 23, 2012

Boris Diaw

The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they signed forward Boris Diaw. Per club policy details of the contract were not released. The 6-8, 235-pound Diaw started the season with the Charlotte Bobcats before being placed on waivers on March 21. In 37 games with the Bobcats, Diaw averaged 7.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.3 assists in 27.5 minutes. He scored in double figures in 11 games, including a season-high 27 points at New York on Jan. 4. Diaw came with


News, Notes, and Rumors from Around the NBA: March 20, 2012.


Derek Fisher is in advanced negotiations with the Oklahoma City Thunder to sign with the Western Conference leaders after clearing waivers, according to sources close to the situation. Sam Amick: Sources say the Kings will pick up Terrence Williams on a 10-day contract. He was cut by Houston this week. Twitter The Grizzlies and Gilbert Arenas have made it official: The free-agent guard will join the team for the rest of this season. Griz general manager Chris Wallace confirmed the deal today. Arenas, who was in Memphis