1. Prokhorov Wants to Fully Own Nets, Barclays

    LAS VEGAS — Mikhail Prokhorov seems to be moving one step closer to solidifying his grip on both the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center, but the exact purpose for consolidating his power still remains unknown...

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  2. King on Bargnani: We Won't Judge Him on His Past

    Nets general manager Billy King recently caught some flak after signing former no. 1 overall pick and career underperformer Andrea Bargnani to a veteran's minimum deal with a player option...

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  3. Boatright Proving He Belongs with Nets

    If the Nets are serious about shifting to a more tried-and-true way of doing business, then Ryan Boatright has made his case–not only for making the team but earning NBA minutes...

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  4. Raptors May Have Found a Gem in Powell

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  5. Report: Raptors Hire Greer for Assistant Coach

    Report: Raptors Hire Greer for Assistant CoachIt's been no surprise the Raptors have spent the entire summer focusing on improving themselves on the defensive end, from the players ...

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  6. Celtics Waive Phil Pressey

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  7. Boston Celtics Gambling on Perry Jones' Talent with No-Risk Trade

    The Boston Celtics don't have an obvious need for Perry Jones , and they were certainly aiming for something a lot higher than the former first-round pick when they entered the 2015 NBA offseason...

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  8. Report: Celtics Waive Guard Phil Pressey Amid Backcourt Log Jam

    With too many backcourt bodies and not enough places to put them, the Boston Celtics made the difficult decision Wednesday to waive third-year guard Phil Pressey, Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe reported, citing an NBA source...

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  9. Report: Celtics Waive Pressey

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  10. Summer League Notebook: Rookie Trio Gives Needy Knicks Boost of Optimism

    The Las Vegas Summer League's "regular season" ended on Wednesday, with the Knicks making one heck of a comeback from the NBA season to post an undefeated record...

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  11. Philadelphia 76ers' Rebuild Remains a Topic for Debate

    The Eagles are some two weeks away from the start of training camp. The Phillies own the major leagues' worst record...

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  12. Nets' Brown Continues to Play Well in NBA Summer League

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  13. Point Guard Shapes Up to Be Brooklyn Nets' Biggest Weakness

    Over the past two decades -- from Sam Cassell to Stephon Marbury to Jason Kidd to Devin Harris to Deron Williams -- the Nets have built their roster around an All-Star-caliber point guard...

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  14. Hunter Has Consistency in His Sights

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  15. Jerebko: Celtics Were Always First Choice

    LAS VEGAS – Jonas Jerebko re-signed with the Boston Celtics on Friday, 10 days after free agency began. In his mind, there was never a doubt that he'd be back in green and white...

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  16. Knicks' Carmelo Anthony 'Trusts' Phil Jackson — for Now

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  17. Nik Stauskas Looking for Redemption in Philadelphia

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  18. For Frédéric Weis, Knicks' Infamous Pick, Boos Began a Greater Struggle

    On the morning when Frédéric Weis tried to kill himself, he dreamed about owning a beach house...

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  19. Insider Buzz: Joe Johnson off Trade Block, Prokhorov Could Go 'All-In' with Nets

    There have been some changes to the Brooklyn Nets organization this offseason, including point guard Deron Williams signing with the Dallas Mavericks ...

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  20. Grant on Players' Tribune: I'm Ready, New York

    About a year and a half ago, I got to go to lunch with Phil Jackson. I was tagging along with my uncle, Horace. I just got to sit back and listen to them talk about the old Bulls days in Chicago...

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  21. Knicks Fans Warming Up to Porzingis

    LAS VEGAS - Kristaps Porzingis has come a long way since being booed the night of the NBA Draft. By his third summer league game, Porzingis has fans at the Thomas & Mack Center chanting his name...

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  22. Sixers Sign Pierre Jackson to Deal

    The Sixers and unrestricted free agent Pierre Jackson have reached an agreement on a contract, Jake Fischer of LibertyBallers reports (Twitter link). The length and details of the pact have not been released yet...

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  23. Derek Fisher on How 'Special' Kristaps Porzingis Will Impact Knicks from Day 1

    New York Knicks head coach Derek Fisher has something in common with the Knicks' newly drafted rookies: He too is adjusting to a new stage in his basketball career...

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  24. Are Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks Headed Down Inevitable Road to Divorce?

    A year after the New York Knicks inked franchise face Carmelo Anthony to a five-year, $124 million contract, team president Phil Jackson has used this summer's wealth of cap space to build around his lone superstar...

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  25. Boatright, Nets Storm Back to Top Bulls

    The Chicago Bulls were up by nine points over the Brooklyn Nets with 1:03 to play Tuesday afternoon in Cox Pavilion. A minute was all the Nets needed to stage a comeback...

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