LeBron James led the Heat with 24 points.
A .J. Burnett, left, and Ivan Nova had lockers next to each other in spring training as they each worked to overcome a difficult 2010.
The Mavericks' owner, Mark Cuban, long the face of his franchise, with forward Shawn Marion. While he still rants and raves from his courtside seat, he has made a concerted effort to fade into the background during this year's playoffs.
The hearing on Friday in St. Louis, before the Eighth Circuit, has loomed large in the fight for leverage between N.F.L. players and owners.
A photographers' pit at Court Philippe Chatrier has become a sort of clubhouse for the best ball boys and girls at the French Open.
Francesca Schiavone moved to within two matches of her second French Open victory.
FIFA's corruption scandal took a turn into farce when the replacement for Concacaf's suspended president tried to fire the whistle-blower who made the charges.
R. A. Dickey struck out 10 Pirates and gave up three runs over seven and two-thirds innings.
From left, Robustelli with his linemates, Roosevelt Grier (76), Dick Modzelewski (77) and Jim Katcavage (75).
Gary Carter holds his plaque after being inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003.
Evan Longoria was back hitting fourth after three games as the leadoff batter, a move intended to help him work out of an offensive funk.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf was recovering in California on Tuesday after doctors removed a benign tumor from his brain stem.
Usain Bolt remained unbeaten in two races this season, winning the 100 meters in 9.91 seconds Tuesday at the Golden Spike meet but unhappy with his time.
Austrian player Daniel Koellerer has been banned for life and fined $100,000 by tennis authorities for attempting to fix matches.
Bahrain has asked Formula One's governing body to reschedule its Grand Prix race when it meets Friday, insisting the country is returning to normal despite ongoing political tensions for months.