1. Deng Wins NBA's Community Service Award

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  2. Cavs Finish out Slate with Nets

    While they're trying to balance between being rested and ready for the postseason, the Brooklyn Nets still have some business to take care of in their regular-season finale...

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  4. Grant Hill, Scott Perry Emerge as Candidates to Become Pistons GM

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  5. Indiana Pacers' Broken Offense Being Exposed at Worst Possible Time

    Despite clinching the East's top seed, the Indiana Pacers are hardly favorites to reach the NBA Finals—let alone the Eastern Conference Finals against title favorite Miami ...

    Dylan Murphy Written by Dylan Murphy about 4 days ago 2,040 reads 67 comments

  6. Jimmer Fredette Shines in D.J. Augustin's Absence

    Considering that he was once the nation's leading scorer as a BYU star, the 17 points Jimmer Fredette scored in Monday night's 108-95 Bulls ' win over the Magic at the United Center was a rather modest total...

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  7. Bulls Still Have Plenty at Stake Entering Regular-Season Finale

    CHARLOTTE—Heading into their regular-season finale, not only do the Bulls still have something at stake when it comes to playoff seeding, but so does their opponent, the Bobcats , not to mention a handful of other teams playing Wednesday night...

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  8. Look Out, Oprah: Bucks' Udoh Has Book Club

    MILWAUKEE -- Ekpe Udoh will leave one positive lasting impression from this dreary season with the Milwaukee Bucks , and it has nothing to do with basketball. .....

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  9. How Evan Turner Would Fit on the Cleveland Cavaliers

    Evan Turner of the Indiana Pacers will be a highly coveted free agent this summer, so how would he fit on the Cleveland Cavaliers ? Check out the video above, as Adam Lefkoe discusses Turner's fit in Cleveland with Andre Knott of WTAM 1100...

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  10. Stephenson, George, West and Watson to All Sit vs Magic

    Now owners of the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, a goal first discussed in the Miami locker room after losing Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals last postseason, the ...

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  11. Bucks Sign Wright to Multi-Year Deal

    The Milwaukee Bucks have signed forward Chris Wright (6-8, 225) to a multi-year contract, General Manager John Hammond announced today...

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  12. Indiana Pacers Can't Afford to Overlook Anyone in the Playoffs Now

    A No. 1 playoff seed is supposed to mean something. It's supposed to signal season-long supremacy, communicate near invincibility in the playoffs and come attached to a cushy first-round matchup barely worth showing up for...

    Grant Hughes Written by Grant Hughes about 4 days ago 2,704 reads 57 comments

  13. Cavs Changes Coming but Not Sure Where

    few Cavaliers notes heading into Wednesday's season-finale vs. the Brooklyn Nets : -- How displeased is Cavs owner Dan Gilbert his team missed the playoffs? Well, "enraged" is the word most used to describe Gilbert's overall feelings...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 4 days ago 323 reads 0 comments

  14. Why Are the Indiana Pacers Struggling Down the Stretch?

    The Indiana Pacers have struggled down the stretch leading to the NBA playoffs. Their offense efficiency and points per game have decreased, and Roy Hibbert has disappeared under the basket...

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  15. Biggest Action Items for Detroit Pistons' Next General Manager

    For the first time in a long time, someone other than Joe Dumars will have the loudest voice inside the Detroit Pistons organization...

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  16. Pistons Land Grand Rapids D-League Team

    A Michigan-based ownership group has purchased the NBA Development League's Springfield Armor and will move it to Grand Rapids, Mich., starting with the 2014-15 season...

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  17. Should Indiana Pacers Bring Roy Hibbert off the Bench?

    From the supersized frame (7'2", 290 pounds) to the massive paycheck ($14.2 million this season, via ShamSports ...

    Zach Buckley Written by Zach Buckley about 5 days ago 1,876 reads 15 comments

  18. Report: Bulls Tried to Bring Thomas Out of Retirement

    The Chicago Bulls attempted to sign Kurt Thomas earlier this month before signing Lou Amundson and Greg Smith...

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  19. The Chicago Bulls Are Girding Up for Their NBA Playoff Battles

    CHICAGO—The Orlando Magic don't stand a chance. It’s playoff time, and the Chicago Bulls have been locked in for weeks...

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  20. Bucks Sale Talk Still Bubbling

    There is nothing definitive at this point about the sale of the Milwaukee Bucks or potential investors joining team owner Herb Kohl in a new partnership.....

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  21. Is the Milwaukee Bucks' Young Core Good Enough?

    "Green and Growing" was the theme for a reconfigured Milwaukee Bucks team after the trade of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to the Los Angeles Lakers in the mid-1970s.....

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  22. Jeff Adrien Takes Phantom Elbow to Face, Flops Fantastically for Refs

    Save the last dance flop for Jeff. With time mercifully running dry on a dumpster fire of a season, Jeff Adrien of the last-place Milwaukee Bucks managed to submit a late "Flop of the Year" entry for 2013-14...

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  23. How Chicago Bulls Can Exceed Expectations in 2014 Playoffs

    Nobody—other than extremely diehard fans—expects the Chicago Bulls to win a title or reach the NBA Finals this year...

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  24. Joakim Noah Devastated to Learn It's Still Snowing in Chicago

    Spring is in the air, the flowers are in bloom and the NBA playoffs are just around the corner. And nobody is more excited than Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah .....

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  25. Bulls Coast Past Magic in Regular-Season Home Finale

    Bouncing back from a disappointing loss the previous evening, the Bulls (48-33) coasted past the Magic (23-58), 108-95, Monday night at the United Center, placing six players in double figures...

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