After 20 years with the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe Bryant played his final game on Wednesday. Former opponents, and the Mamba himself, reflect on his NBA accomplishments. Cristina Rayas /The Sacramento Bee and McClatchy
Kobe Bryant's record-breaking career
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Richard Parker, MD is the head team physician for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He describes how taking care of a sports team is different than working in the traditional orthopaedics office, and talks about fanatics.
Former NBA star Charles Oakley gets into a scuffle with security and is subsequently arrested during a New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday.
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Mexico, Mo., welcomed its conquering hero and favorite son, 1995 Raytown graduate Tyronn Lue, back home in style on Saturday at Mexico High. Lue coached the Cleveland Cavaliers to the 2016 NBA title and he reflected on the role Kansas City played in his incredible journey.
U.S. Attorney Tammy Dickinson announced federal charges in Kansas City Wednesday, May 25, 2016, on former NBA player Kermit Washington for fraud-related activities related to an African charity Washington founded and operated.
Municipal Auditorium, built in Art Deco style architecture, opened in 1936 in grand style. More NCAA championship games have been played there than any other building in the country and it's still used for basketball.