You wouldn't know it from the stampeding crowds at their exhibition games, but NBA players will have to make nice if they want fans to forgive them for their role in the six-month lockout. Some players have reached out by clearing personal space on the Web. Log on to learn more about your favorite player. He may even lure you back to the games.
Basketball is just a small part of Shaquille O'Neal's world. Visit the on-line Shaq-porium to keep tabs on his rapping and acting careers, listen to audio clips of him holding forth on hoops and life, and exchange E-mail with the Shaqman.
Grizzlies guard Mike Bibby spent the last seven months waiting to play his first NBA game—and tending his Web site. Live the NBA rookie's life through a cybertour guided by the former Arizona star. E-mail him questions and look for his playing tips and inspirational quotes.
David Robinson's home on the Web features the standard boatload of hoops news and stats and a chance to chat up the Admiral himself, plus lots of information on the charitable David Robinson Foundation, started by the player and his wife in 1992.
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For tennis fans who can't get enough of Aussie Open phenom.
Daily reports on Jack Nicklaus's hip-replacement rehabilitation.