James, Heat beat Bulls 88-65 for 3-1 series lead--Miami Herald
Norris Cole also struggled with seven points after back-to-back 18-point performances, but the Heat had more than enough in this one.Heat stifle Bulls 88-65, take 3-1 series lead--South Florida Sun Sentinel
Carlos Boozer had 14 points and 12 rebounds for his fifth double-double in the postseason, but was just 3 of 14 from the field. Jimmy Butler scored 12 and Joakim Noah grabbed nine rebounds, but it was a miserable night for Chicago - particularly Nate Robinson. With Cole and Mario Chalmers harassing him and the big men helping out, he missed all 12 of his shots and did not score.
Against a Bulls team again without ailing Kirk Hinrich, Luol Deng and Derrick Rose, that was more than enough, no need in this one for Heat bench theatrics from Norris Cole or Ray Allen, although Cole did beat the third-quarter buzzer with a 3-pointer that pushed the Heat to a 61-42 lead entering the fourth.
Coach Rademacher Signs Tayla Gibb To A NLI--detroittitans.com
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Former Rambler Robinson Named Player Of The Year In Iraqi League--LoyolaRamblers.com
Men's basketball: Milwaukee Destiny guard DeBerry commits to UWGB--Green Bay Press Gazette
GB offers scholarship to Tre Harris--Phear The Phoenix
Deberry commits to GB--Phear The Phoenix
Women's basketball: UWGB's Tetschlag shines in Luxembourg--Green Bay Press Gazette
Champs! NetScouts USA All-Star Team Wins Chinese Tournament--GreenBayPhoenix.com