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Greg Cote: Miami Heat is the people’s champ, but not everyone’s pick – MiamiHerald.com

MiamiHerald.com Greg Cote: Miami Heat is the people's champ, but not everyone's pickMiamiHerald.comThe Heat is the people's champion as the NBA postseason reaches its Final Four. Miami is a clear favorite to three-peat by the measure of general public consensus, even as many media experts lean to West powers San Antonio or Oklahoma City.Heat-Pacers PreviewESPNPacers have been anticipating... 

Five Homers Lift Yanks, but Bullpen Doesn’t Get Hoped-For Relief – New York Times

New York Daily News Five Homers Lift Yanks, but Bullpen Doesn't Get Hoped-For ReliefNew York TimesThe Pirates' Jose Tabata watched as Mark Teixeira's home run in the first inning bounced back onto the field. Credit Julie Jacobson/Associated Press. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share …Preview: Pirates at... 

Notes: Serge Ibaka out for playoffs with calf injury – Boston Globe

Boston Globe Notes: Serge Ibaka out for playoffs with calf injuryBoston GlobeOklahoma City defensive specialist Serge Ibaka is expected to miss the rest of the NBA playoffs because of a left calf injury. The 6-foot-10-inch forward had an MRI on Friday, a day after the Thunder eliminated the Los Angeles Clippers and advanced to the …Thunder still confident without IbakaSan Jose Mercury... 

D-backs name La Russa chief baseball officer – MLB.com

MLB.com D-backs name La Russa chief baseball officerMLB.comTony La Russa, who will be inducted to the Hall of Fame in July, will oversee the D-backs' baseball operations. (Matt York/AP). PHOENIX — The D-backs today named Tony La Russa to the newly created position of chief baseball officer. In his role La Russa …D-backs' players laud hiring of 'one of the best baseball... 

Mark Jackson Returns To ESPN – ESPN

ESPN Mark Jackson Returns To ESPNESPNFormer Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson has reached a multiyear agreement to return to ESPN as an NBA game analyst. [+] Enlarge Mark Jackson. AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez Mark Jackson will return to ESPN as an NBA game analyst, …Ex-Warriors coach Jackson to rejoin ESPN's lead NBA announcing teamHeraldNetMark Jackson Rejoins ESPN as NBA... 
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