Tweet of the Day: Jason Thompson, Others Address Miami Dolphins Harassment Situation

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Miami Dolphins offensive linemen Richie Incognito (left) and Jonathan Martin (right).

The National Football League has gotten a lot of negative press this season, from Riley Cooper’s use of a racial slur to the Aaron Hernandez murder trial. Considering that the NFL is the most popular sport in America, it is reasonable to think that when trouble arises in The League everyone will be talking about it.

Such is the case with the recent revelation that Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito has been harassing teammate Jonathan Martin, who left the team in recent weeks due to an emotional breakdown.

Sacramento Kings big man Jason Thompson doesn’t mince words on the matter.

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The Evening News: Hornets back to Charlotte; Colangelo’s new role; Clippers not interested in Dwight

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Hello and welcome to the Evening News.

As the playoffs continue, we’ll keep you updated every evening. What’s happening today?

Here’s the latest news from around the league:

SH Blog: Raptors pursue Ujiri; Coach K to coach USA again?

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reggiemillerchokeWell, the Knicks are done. Kind of anti-climactically, as well, at least compared to previous playoff series against Indiana (see right). Now it’s up to the Pacers, who are kind of like the anti-Heat, to stop the Miami freight train that seems destined to roll right on through to the finals.

For all the gory details on just what went wrong in the Knicks’ elimination, I’ll point you over to Chris Sheridan’s latest column and podcast.

In the West, we’ve got the Grizzlies and the Spurs starting today, in a series that should push the Spurs in an entirely different manner from the way the Warriors pushed them. If the Grizzlies get their way, Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol will suffocate Tim Duncan in the low post and Tony Allen will shut down Tony Parker and/or Manu Ginobili. But the Spurs don’t make a habit of letting their opponents get their way. In fact, as Jan Hubbard writes in his latest column, the Spurs are all about doing it their way, and not anybody else’s.

Today’s blog actually doesn’t focus much on the playoffs, though. There’s lots of draft stuff in here, since the combine just happened. Check out all the links below, of course, but also be sure to read Jeremy Bauman’s roundup of the biggest news from the combine.

  • Mike Krzyzewski is considering a return as Team USA’s head coach. Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated reports: “Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski acknowledged in a phone interview Saturday that he’s in discussions to return as head coach of USA Basketball through the 2016 Olympics. “There’s a chance,” Krzyzewski said. “That’s correct.” Krzyzewski said he hasn’t made a final decision, but his openness to the position represents a significant change. For eight months, Krzyzewski has maintained he’s not returning as USA Basketball’s head coach. On Saturday, Krzyzewski said he and USA Basketball Chairman Jerry Colangelo have been talking about his return “quite a bit.” Colangelo said Saturday he and Krzyzewski have been discussing his return “in installments.” “I think it’s very close to being resolved,” Colangelo said. “That’s all I can say for sure.” He added: “Give it another week and it should be resolved.”

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Link to the Past: Remembering the 1993 Postseason


As we move towards the postseason, it is worth looking back two decades to one of the most memorable postseasons in NBA history, 1993.

Tweet of the Day: Stephen Curry

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The Hornets future in New Orleans is expected to soon come to an end.

No, the team is not moving elsewhere. They are, however, expected to change their team name.

If you haven’t heard about it yet, just check out the reaction from Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry.

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