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MIAMI | LeBron James watched from the bench in a stylish gray suit, and with the game deadlocked at halftime, he took off his necktie.
MIAMI | Season-ticket holder Cheryl Troutman walked into the Miami Dolphins' stadium for a recent exhibition game wearing a Ryan Tannehill jersey and carrying a clear baggie that contained her wallet and two packs of cigarettes.
PARIS | Rafael Nadal groused last week that he was playing so badly he might soon be home fishing in Mallorca.
MIAMI | The Cubs squandered too many scoring opportunities Sunday, and missed their chance at a four-game sweep.
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. | Maria Sharapova swept the first 10 points Thursday, then hardly let up from there. If she can keep it going for one more round, she'll finally have that elusive Sony Open title.
MIAMI | The lingering backlash caused by Ozzie Guillen's praise of Fidel Castro contributed to another Miami Marlins managerial shakeup Tuesday.
MIAMI | When left fielder Alfonso Soriano casually fielded a routine single and lobbed the ball in, Donnie Murphy kept running and turned the hit into a double.
MIAMI | The Ozzie era has begun for the Florida Marlins.
MIAMI | Tom Brady threw his first interception since October, so he wasn't perfect in the New England Patriots' opener.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. | The NCAA said Wednesday it has been investigating the relationship between a convicted Ponzi scheme artist and the University of Miami for five months, and the allegations — if true — show the need for "serious and fundamental change" in college sports.
SARASOTA, Fla. | NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and players' union chief DeMaurice Smith took questions Wednesday at a symposium for NFL rookies, who wanted to know the same thing as everyone else unhappy about the league's labor dispute.
MIAMI | The Cubs wobbled into Miami with a three-game losing streak and departed two nights later with their first series sweep of the season.
HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. | The long wait to see Uncle Mo run as a 3-year-old lasted longer than expected Saturday at Gulfstream Park. The crowd stood, the starting gates opened and ... no sign of the leading contender for the Triple Crown.
MIAMI | The Bears had a ready response for Brandon Marshall's taunting. Julius Peppers and a swarming defense allowed only 187 yards and a single third-down conversion Thursday night, and the Bears won 16-0 to send the Dolphins to their second home shutout in 40 years.
MIAMI | Four days removed from a quarterback calamity, the Miami Dolphins turn to a former Chanticleer who is 1-10 as an NFL starter and has taken practice snaps with the offense once this season.
WIMBLEDON, England | The longest match in tennis history was suspended because of darkness at 59-59 in the fifth set at Wimbledon on Wednesday night.
WIMBLEDON, England | Walking the Wimbledon grounds Sunday, wearing a stylish white jacket with gold trim, his collar turned up for protection from a biting wind, the tournament's six-time champion looked like the same old Roger Federer.
MIAMI | The Iowa Hawkeyes were counting down the final seconds in the latest in a series of improbable victories, and offensive coordinator Ken O'Keefe stood on the sideline, trying to absorb what he had just witnessed.
MIAMI | Commissioner Roger Goodell says the NFL will consider offering incentives to teams playing late-season games to discourage them from resting their starters for the playoffs.
MIAMI | While the Miami Dolphins' celebrities were making a Hollywood-style grand entrance, Peyton Manning slipped in a side door and stole the show.
MIAMI | Pat White never pinch-hit in high school because he was always in the starting lineup.
MIAMI | The Cubs struck out 14 times, stranded 14 runners and gave up nine walks. They lost ace Carlos Zambrano and slugger Aramis Ramirez to injuries. They blew an early six-run lead, and a three-run lead with two out in the ninth.
MIAMI | John Baker drove in the go-ahead run with a two-out single in the eighth inning, and the Florida Marlins beat the Cubs 5-2 on Friday night.
MIAMI | The Miami Dolphins were two months into the 1972 schedule before guard Bob Kuechenberg first discussed with anyone the possibility of a perfect season.
MIAMI | It's not time for Cubs fans to panic -- yet.
WIMBLEDON, England | Venus Williams won her fourth Wimbledon title Saturday, then basked in cheers on the court that always seems to inspire her best tennis.
PARIS | Even Roger Federer can use some luck at a Grand Slam, and he caught a break thanks to his next opponent in the chase for that elusive French Open title.
PARIS | French Open finalist Ana Ivanovic likes to play on all surfaces -- clay, grass, hard court, even swimming pool.
PARIS | Speaking about the sport she plays so well, Justine Henin coined an aphorism as elegant as her beautiful backhand.
PRO TENNIS | FRENCH OPEN
MIAMI | Miguel Cabrera backs away from the plate, rubs his knee, arches his back, stretches his arms, spits, taps each shoe with his bat, steps back into the box, adjusts his helmet, scuffs the dirt, crouches and gives the bat a menacing waggle.
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. | Standing near the net, looking up at the ball coming almost straight down in the twilight, Roger Federer hesitated.
MIAMI | Tiger Woods and Roger Federer go about their business in different ways.
MIAMI | Dwyane Wade's dislocated left shoulder is so fragile there's a risk of aggravating the injury when he sleeps.
JUPITER, Fla. | For Adam Wainwright, spring training is off to a nice start.
JUPITER, Fla. | Florida Marlins officials were unhappy to hear that their manager last year, Joe Girardi, gave rival pitcher Jon Lieber helpful tips during the season.
JUPITER, Fla. | Florida Marlins newcomer Aaron Boone sits at his spring training locker and surveys the clubhouse, a roomful of youngsters confirming what he already knew.
MIAMI | Dwyane Wade is considering season-ending surgery to repair his dislocated left shoulder, which would be the biggest loss yet for the Miami Heat during their rocky reign as NBA champions.
JUPITER, Fla. | Matt Lindstrom must be the hardest-throwing, Swedish-speaking, former Mormon missionary in baseball.
MIAMI | Merely by stepping on the field Sunday, Tony Dungy made cultural history.
MIAMI (AP) | The Indianapolis Colts overcame three turnovers, a pair of squandered scoring chances, poor play on special teams and steady rain to lead the Super Bowl at halftime.
MIAMI (AP) | Speedy rookie Devin Hester made sure the Chicago Bears started fast in the Super Bowl.
MIAMI | The latest candidate to emerge for the Miami Dolphins' coaching job has a big edge in name recognition: He's a Shula.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. | Desperate to escape the Atlantic Coast Conference basement, the Duke Blue Devils shot their way out.
DAVIE, Fla. | There was laughter in the lobby and joking in the hallways at the Miami Dolphins complex Wednesday. For the first time in months, the team president and even assistant coaches talked to reporters.
MIAMI | Once the runner-up to Joe Girardi for the job of managing the Florida Marlins, Fredi Gonzalez became his successor Tuesday.
MIAMI | The game began on a damp, typically dreary night at the Florida Marlins' ballpark, with a couple of thousand fans in the stands, reaffirming that the city has yet to embrace its young, overachieving, playoff-chasing team.
WIMBLEDON, England | The ugliest, costliest shot of the day by Rafael Nadal sent the damper in his racket strings flying to the other end of the court.
PRO TENNIS | WIMBLEDON
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