1. Struggling Nets Send 76ers to Record-Tying Loss

    Brett Brown, the coach of the Philadelphia 76ers , could sense that his team's futility was reaching historic levels, but he did not quite have all the specifics...

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  2. Inspired by Hecklers, KG Helps Delivers Win

    The Brooklyn Nets were on the verge of possibly losing to what could end up being the worst team in NBA history ... until some hecklers seated along the baseline fired up Kevin Garnett late in the fourth quarter...

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  3. Sixers Tie Franchise Mark for Worst Start with Loss to Nets

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  4. Instant Replay: Nets 99, Sixers 91

    For a moment it looked like the Sixers were going to avoid tying the franchise mark for consecutive losses to start a season...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 29 minutes ago 1 reads 0 comments

  5. Raptors Take Down Hawks in Atlanta

    The Raptors did just enough to win, and at least for a few hours put themselves into first place in the NBA . In the process, the Atlanta Hawks also got a bitter reminder of the deal which saw them give up on Lou Williams...

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  6. DeRozan, Raptors Top Hawks for 6th Straight

    DeMar DeRozan scored 27 points, Lou Williams added 22 and the Toronto Raptors beat the Atlanta Hawks 126-115 on Wednesday night for their sixth consecutive victory...

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  7. Chandler Leads Mavs to OT Win over Knicks

    Tyson Chandler set season highs with 17 points and 25 rebounds against his former team Wednesday night, helping the Dallas Mavericks to a 109-102 overtime victory against the New York Knicks , who were missing Carmelo Anthony...

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  8. J.R. Smith Hits Arching Jumper with 0.9 Secs Left

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  9. Anderson Helps Nets Beat Winless 76ers 99-91

    Alan Anderson scored 10 of his 12 points in the fourth quarter, and the Brooklyn Nets beat Philadelphia 99-91 on Wednesday night to extend the 76ers ' season-opening skid to 15 games -- matching a franchise record...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 2 hours ago 12 reads 0 comments

  10. VIDEO: Sixers' K.J. McDaniels' Ridiculous Dunk Against Nets

    K.J. McDaniels did it again. The Philadelphia 76ers rookie forward has already provided plenty of highlights this season, and if the Brooklyn Nets didn't know, they found out on Wednesday...

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  11. A Mother's Thanks to Gerald Wallace

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  12. Brown juggling a lot of balls in trying to coach Sixers

    THE NBA SEASON is a dizzying one for coach Brett Brown, for the obvious reasons. His roster is filled with players probably better suited for a lower level of competition...

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  13. Sixers 'Not That Far Away,' Brett Brown Says

    His necktie loosened, 76ers coach Brett Brown took a deep breath Monday night and cracked a slight smile.....

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  14. Is zone defense in the Nets' future?

    Is there zone defense in the Brooklyn Nets future? Per Newsday's Rod Boone, at Nets shootaround prior to Nets-Sixers Wednesday night.....

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  15. Rebuild Mode Would Be Empty Exercise for New York Knicks This Season

    Of the scant few luxuries the New York Knicks enjoy, an ability to rebuild without regard for 2014-15 is not among them. Impatience has often been cited as the force behind their transition-allergic rituals...

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  16. How the Return of Marcus Smart Changes Things for the Boston Celtics

    Examining Boston 's evolving lineups, including a shift in Jeff Green's usage and how Marcus Smart's return could impact the rotations.....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 13 hours ago 36 reads 0 comments

  17. 'Teaming Up Against Cancer' Rally Hits Home for Smart

    Marcus Smart has made more than his share of community service appearances on behalf of the Boston Celtics . But there are some that have a way of hitting home closer than others....

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  18. Smart May Be Ready to Return to Celtics on Friday

    As the cheers for Boston Celtics ' mascot Lucky finally started to die down, one youngster asked Marcus Smart to dunk.....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 13 hours ago 7 reads 0 comments

  19. Knicks' J.R. Smith Links 'Black Friday' to Slavery in Bizarre Instagram Post

    Don't expect J.R. Smith to master something as complicated as the triangle offense when he can't even grasp basic American history.....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 13 hours ago 241 reads 0 comments

  20. Philadelphia 76ers' Schedule Breakdown and Record Predictions for December

    The Philadelphia 76ers are easily the worst team in the NBA and look to be taking their lack of talent into the December section of the schedule...

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  21. Unlocking the Secrets Behind New York Knicks' Wins and Losses This Season

    Don't say the New York Knicks have lost 11 games because they don't play defense—because they do. Don't say the triangle offense doesn't work—because it does...

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  22. Toronto Raptors' Schedule Breakdown and Record Predictions for December

    Riding the high of their most successful start to a season in franchise history, the Toronto Raptors can only hope that the month of December brings as much good fortune as November has...

    Christopher  Walder Written by Christopher Walder about 23 hours ago 5,629 reads 17 comments

  23. Boston Celtics' Schedule Breakdown and Record Predictions for December

    The Boston Celtics have been one of the league’s more exciting young teams, but that youthful exuberance hasn’t translated into many wins in November...

    Grant Rindner Written by Grant Rindner about 23 hours ago 1,368 reads 1 comments

  24. Lou Williams Trade Paying Early Dividends for Toronto Raptors

    The Toronto Raptors made a fairly low-key trade last June, sending veteran swingman John Salmons to the Atlanta Hawks for guard Lou Williams and center Lucas “Bebe” Nogueira...

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  25. The 76ers' Season Summed Up in 1 Damian Lillard 3-Pointer

    I’ ve gone on at some length in regards to the frozen hellscape of contrived awfulness that is the 2014-15 Philadelphia 76ers . We could spend a fortnight slamming nails in this team and its overwrought plans of self-sabotage...

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