Jul 11th, 2015

Ex-Trail Blazers star Jerome Kersey dead at 52

Tweet{lang: 'it'}PORTLAND — Jerome Kersey, the small forward who played his first 11 NBA seasons with the Portland Trail Blazers and helped the San Antonio Spurs win the 1999 title, has died. He was 52. The cause of death wasn’t immediately known. A team ambassador, Kersey appeared Tuesday with fellow former Blazers Terry Porter and […]

Jul 11th, 2015

Kevin Garnett, Isaiah Thomas among those traded

Tweet{lang: 'it'}Point guards moving quickly made this trade deadline a transition game. Goran Dragic, Isaiah Thomas, Michael Carter-Williams, Reggie Jackson and Brandon Knight all were dealt Thursday in the final hours that trades were allowed, as a number of teams handed their keys to different drivers. Kevin Garnett also has a new address — his […]

Jul 10th, 2015

George Karl is introduced as Sacramento Kings coach

Tweet{lang: 'it'}SACRAMENTO, Calif. – After more than 1,100 victories, a trip to the 1996 NBA Finals with the Sonics and a Coach of the Year award in his final season in Denver, George Karl still feels he has unfinished business in the league. So Karl left a job as an ESPN television analyst to take […]

Jul 10th, 2015

Miami Heat officials wait for health report on All-Star Chris Bosh

Tweet{lang: 'it'}NEW YORK – All-Star Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat underwent more tests in a South Florida hospital Friday, amid concerns blood clots have worked their way from the center’s legs to his lungs to create a condition that could be season-ending or worse. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said the team is waiting for […]

May 4th, 2015

Bidding goodbye, and giving thanks to Seattle after 9 incredible years

Tweet{lang: 'it'}Eight years and eight months ago, I wrote my debut column for this wonderful newspaper and ended it with a question. Is this home? I was a newcomer from Kentucky mesmerized by the natural beauty of this place. Seattle felt magical, yet it had verve. After working in three cities in six years to […]

May 4th, 2015

Bidding goodbye, and giving thanks to Seattle after 9 incredible years

Tweet{lang: 'it'}Eight years and eight months ago, I wrote my debut column for this wonderful newspaper and ended it with a question. Is this home? I was a newcomer from Kentucky mesmerized by the natural beauty of this place. Seattle felt magical, yet it had verve. After working in three cities in six years to […]

May 3rd, 2015

Bidding goodbye, and giving thanks to Seattle after 9 incredible years

Tweet{lang: 'it'}Eight years and eight months ago, I wrote my debut column for this wonderful newspaper and ended it with a question. Is this home? I was a newcomer from Kentucky mesmerized by the natural beauty of this place. Seattle felt magical, yet it had verve. After working in three cities in six years to […]

May 3rd, 2015

Bidding goodbye, and giving thanks to Seattle after 9 incredible years

Tweet{lang: 'it'}Eight years and eight months ago, I wrote my debut column for this wonderful newspaper and ended it with a question. Is this home? I was a newcomer from Kentucky mesmerized by the natural beauty of this place. Seattle felt magical, yet it had verve. After working in three cities in six years to […]

May 2nd, 2015

Bidding goodbye, and giving thanks to Seattle after 9 incredible years

Tweet{lang: 'it'}Eight years and eight months ago, I wrote my debut column for this wonderful newspaper and ended it with a question. Is this home? I was a newcomer from Kentucky mesmerized by the natural beauty of this place. Seattle felt magical, yet it had verve. After working in three cities in six years to […]

Apr 30th, 2015

Partners emerge on proposed Tukwila arena project

Tweet{lang: 'it'}A local biodiesel leader, a Hollywood studio magnate and an ESPN field producer are just some of the characters who have poked their heads in on a Tukwila arena project. Hundreds of pages of documents released Tuesday as part of a public-records request from The Seattle Times show some of those people still involved […]

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