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Paul Pierce wasn’t happy with Washington’s defense against the struggling Heat, even after a victory.
The teams meet for the third time this season.
Gilbert Arenas and teammate never recovered, but the incident triggered an overhaul of Washington’s roster
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The 2014 NBA MVP twisted his ankle after breaking an NBA record by scoring 30 points in 20 minutes.
Pierce missed the Wizards’ win over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday because of a sore right big toe.
In an interview with People magazine, the president also said he hope more athletes take a stand on a “range of issues.“
Sportsmanship and scandal, plays both great and poor and new social activism made this year stand out -- for better and for worse.
Dallas, with an eye on competing for the 2015 NBA title, makes a big upgrade at point guard.
Pierce was a partial participant at practice Thursday after being sidelined Wednesday.
The Warriors have been on an incredible roll, but so has Memphis, which reclaimed the top spot with two impressive wins over Western Conference elites.
The point guard’s improved efficiency on mid-range shots has helped spark arguably the best stretch of his career.
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The Kings’ owner wanted his team to play 4-on-5 defense. What would happen if they did?
Carmelo Anthony has a forward-looking plan, beyond basketball, to provide a better life for his son.
Eighty men and 28 women came out publicly as gay, lesbian or bisexual in 34 different sports.
Nerlens Noel and Andrew Wiggins should battle it out for the award with the Bucks’ star sidelined.
No means no, dry snitching and BBQ pierogi alert. It was a fun year.
If he’s leaving Boston, he seems destined for a Western Conference team.
Drake will probably say he always calls the NBA Commissioner ‘Sterling.’
After three back surgeries in four years, Martell Webster is working harder than ever to rejoin Wizards.
Bucks rookie has prepared for next level since but now must focus on a different dream.
The Wizards drop off holiday gifts, and there are lots of smiles and tears.
Wilbon asks: ‘Are the Redskins all that Washington can follow?’
The Warriors weren’t going to win every game, and a loss to the Grizzlies on the road is nothing to be ashamed of.
“I want to play with a winner every single night,” Durant says.
When Kobe Bryant passed Michael Jordan for third on the NBA’s all-scoring list, many of the reactions lost perspective on what the moment should’ve been about - Bryant’s incredible career.
Eight of the top 11 picks have been injured, with four to miss the entire season.
With more than 1,100 games under Ryan Zimmerman’s big league belt, how does the Nationals star prepare for 162 games in 182 days?
Inside the season with the nation’s top-rated football prospect, Woodbridge’s Da’Shawn Hand.
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