Legend leader Pat Riley, equal parts shaman and mobster, told this story at the Heat’s Family Day, symbolically enough. He was trying to explain with a parable why he — and, by extension, the entire Miami Heat organization — had so publicly told Boston general manager Danny Ainge to shut the bleep up. Family Day. Shut The Bleep Up. Seriously. Riley was not smiling in any way while reliving this.
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Golden State's Klay Thompson (11) celebrates a basket against the San Antonio Spurs during the first half of Wednesday night's playoff game. Golden State won, 100-91.
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Poole: Golden State Warriors' Klay Thompson finds redemption in Game 2 …
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SAN ANTONIO — For two full days there was a look of self-disgust and acute determination in Klay Thompson's eyes, tugging at the corners of his mouth and, really, masking his entire face. It drifted away Wednesday night, clearing after Thompson …
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The 2013 NCAA March Madness Men’s Basketball Tournament is a great opportunity for brands to reach customers, but new research shows only 7 percent of consumers can accurately identify the Official Sponsors of the tournament.
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Nemo Finds A Sequel: Finding Dory Announced
Disney and Pixar have today announced new details on the Finding Nemo sequel. Finding Dory will arrive in US cinemas on November 25th, 2015, and (as you may have guessed) will follow the adventures of Dory, the helpful if somewhat absent-minded …
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About 30 percent of heart attacks, strokes and deaths from heart disease can be prevented in people at high risk if they switch to a Mediterranean diet rich in olive oil, nuts, beans, fish, fruits and vegetables, and even drink wine with meals, a large and rigorous new Spanish study found.
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The brash, young champion Brad Keselowski will begin defending his racing title this month. Candid and funny, he has a knack for connecting with both blue-collar fans and savvy, young Twitter users. And some of the sport's executives say he's the key to NASCAR's future.
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