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  1. First Cup: Tuesday

    Henry Abbott

    Fred Mitchell and David Kaplan of the Chicago Tribune: "For years, there have been whispers around the NBA that Michael Jordan first retired from the league in 1993 to play baseball because of his heavy involvement in gambling. Ron Shelton, who direc...

    Blog | August 24, 2010
  2. Friday Bullets

    Henry Abbott

    Michael Grange of Toronto's Globe and Mail says Sam Mitchell will likely be back with the Raptors: "According to NBA sources, talks between Raptors president Colangelo and Mitchell's agent Lonnie Cooper have been progressing well this week. It's beli...

    Blog | May 18, 2007
  3. Pull Up a Chair, Sam Mitchell's Talking

    Henry Abbott

    Coach Mitchell's message to all those Toronto fans who intend to go insane booing Vince Carter? He says it's time to get over it. Move on. Let bygones be bygones. On GlobeSports.com, Michael Grange reports this anecdote:"I'm going to tell you a true ...

    Blog | April 20, 2007
  4. New Idea: Sam Mitchell Has an Upside

    Henry Abbott

    Sam Mitchell was recently the favorite to be fired first this season. But now the Raptors are playing .500 ball and Mitchell is the Eastern conference's reigning coach of the month. Michael Grange's article lists his faults, as well as his strengths,...

    Blog | February 02, 2007
  5. How Has Sam Mitchell Kept His Job?

    Henry Abbott

    He has been called the worst coach in the NBA, and his Raptors have undergone a serious overhaul. But for the moment, Sam Mitchell is still standing. Michael Grange reports. The playbook for someone in Colangelo's situation was clear: If he wasn't g...

    Blog | October 29, 2006
  6. Friday Mini-Bullets

    Henry Abbott

    People who like team basketball are going to hate this. They really shouldn't rap, but they want to. Clipper Fans: "I'm in love with a stripper Clipper." Michael Jordan as told by Fred Mitchell: "Everything is quiet right ...

    Blog | April 28, 2006