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DeVos was the owner of the Orlando Magic and the father-in-law of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Orlando's Aaron Gordon knows that "if you develop the person, then the basketball player becomes better."
The team raised a No. 49 banner inscribed with the names of those killed.
Not a game-winner or a playoff moment, just an ability not to flinch.
"While we were building the personalized news feed, one thing we understood early on is that click behavior is hardly an
He's more efficient from around 28 feet than any of us could ever be from 2.8 feet.
He just needs a loving team and a place to call home.
Gerald Green can still throw it down with authority and flair. The Phoenix Suns' swingman tossed an alley-oop to himself
While a racist in their midst deservedly gets the boot, the NBA and its players paid no attention when one of its owners gave half a million dollars to an anti-gay group, defended it and, despite a tepid boycott effort, went along his merry way without any consequence.
Indiana's Paul George put Magic forward Glen "Big Baby" Davis on a poster with an electrifying one-handed dunk on Sunday
It just wasn't from Verlander. Kate Upton was out with Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander when she got a very public