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OLD ATHLETES never die and they certainly don't fade away, but instead do the opposite, becoming more magnificently tanned by the hour. These days, former NBA guard Dan Majerle—who aptly played for the Suns and the...
March 08, 1999 | Marty Burns
Tough defense and Rod Serlingesque speeches by Pat Riley have turned the undermanned Heat into a mysterious force
November 10, 1997 | Jackie MacMullan
vanquished the Heat in the Eastern Conference finals, many of Miami's veterans departed for the summer with a small measure of satisfaction. They had, after all, upended the Knicks in the semifinals, unnerving New...
April 14, 1997 | Marty Burns
Gregg Popovich the Spurs' coach-G.M., denies reports that he's looking to rejoin former boss and current Mavericks G.M. Don Nelson by taking the Dallas coaching job next season. "I'm not going anywhere," says...
January 13, 1997 | Phil Taylor
The Miami Heat turned it up a notch to win 14 straight on the road and fuel a surprising 24-8 start