Sunday, June 1, 2014

News On The Horizon 6/1/2014

Linda Robertson: Miami Heat in NBA Finals becomes rite of spring in South Florida--Miami Herald
But this time, Lance was merely a diversion. He couldn’t frustrate James. Stephenson finished with 11 points and one assist. Bygones were bygones at the end, when James and Stephenson hugged. James gave him a pat on the tummy, like a big brother would.
Cheap shot to Norris Cole sparked Miami Heat’s fatal blow to Pacers--Miami Herald
Heat blow past Pacers 117-92 and back into NBA Finals--South Florida Sun Sentinel
Spoelstra would not even address Stephenson by name, calling him "that guy" his in his postgame comments, after a second-quarter Flagrant 1 foul by Stephenson to Norris Cole's nose limited the Heat reserve point guard to 12 minutes.
It's Heat-Spurs II in NBA Finals starting Thursday--South Florida Sun Sentinel
While a fourth consecutive Finals appearance for players such as Wade, Bosh, James, Haslem, James Jones and Mario Chalmers comes with the memories of what could have been in that 4-2 loss in 2011 to the Mavericks, for point guard Norris Cole, there only has been ultimate success, championships in each of his first two seasons, and now the opportunity for his third since being drafted in 2011 out of Cleveland State.

"You don't take it for granted," he said.

Former Detroit Mercy basketball coach loses lawsuit over affair in athletic department--The Detroit Free Press
Ex-Detroit Mercy assistant basketball coach loses lawsuit over firing--The Detroit News

Oakland adds Stacey Lovelace to women's basketball coaching staff--The Oakland Press

Moore Finalizes UIC Basketball Staff with Matt Saey and Phil

From UWGB to NBA? Brown works hard to improve draft hopes--Green Bay Press Gazette
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Team Shootout Highlights Men's Basketball Summer Camp

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