1. It's Title or Bust for Memphis Grizzlies in 2014-15

    While the 2014-15 NBA season is still very much in its infancy, swaddled in diapers as supposed contenders attempt to learn how to play winning basketball, the Memphis Grizzlies ...

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  2. Mavericks Set Record in Blowing out Sixers, 123-70

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  3. Blowout Gives Mavs' Most Lopsided Win Ever

    As the Mavericks ' lead kept growing at a ridiculous rate Thursday night, you had to wonder whether the NBA Players Association would also lobby for a mercy rule in the next collective-bargaining agreement...

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  4. Grizz Complete Largest Comeback in Team History

    The sparse crowd at FedexForum gave a warm welcome to another Rudy Gay return Thursday night, and the Grizzlies themselves brought out the welcome mat for Rudy and Co...

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  5. Cousins: Loss 'Difference' Between Good & Bad Team

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  6. Finding Perfect Rotation for the Houston Rockets

    The Houston Rockets are off to blazing start, winning seven of their first eight games, with all their victories coming by double digits...

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  7. Memphis Grizzlies: Can the Bench Step Up?

    The Memphis Grizzlies are off to a fast 7-1 start thanks, in large part, to the performance of their starting five and their stingy defense.....

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  8. Memphis Grizzlies vs Sacramento Kings

    The Sacramento Kings ' longest win streak since 2007 hit a bump in the road this week with back-to-back losses.....

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  9. SI: Kawhi Leonard's Evolving Game Speaks for Itself

    Kawhi Leonard shuffles through an unmarked door in the back of the Spurs ' practice facility, hair neatly braided, eyes hooded, gaze vacant. It's preseason media day, an event that excites the San Antonio players as much as another trip to the Alamo...

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  10. Early-Season Stock Watch: Who's Rising and Falling for the Dallas Mavericks?

    The Dallas Mavericks have got off to a strong start and are a wild card in the Western Conference, showcasing their up-tempo offense and offseason acquisitions in Tyson Chandler and Chandler Parsons...

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  11. Do San Antonio Spurs Have Reason to Fear Up-and-Coming Teams in the West?

    The San Antonio Spurs dropped three out of five games to open the 2014-15 regular season, and a sensible —yet not panicked —question rose from the string of losses...

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  12. Houston Rockets' Backup Plan Working Out Just Fine

    The Houston Rockets just keep on rolling, solidifying their contender cred and vindicating the value of a sound contingency plan all at once. The young Minnesota Timberwolves were Houston's latest victim...

    Grant Hughes Written by Grant Hughes about 9 days ago 25,847 reads 105 comments

  13. Rockets Put on a Show in Mexico City While Dismantling Timberwolves

    Zach LaVine jumped out of the gym. Andrew Wiggins showed glimpses of the talent that made him the first pick of the draft and the key to rebuilding the Timberwolves without Kevin Love...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 9 days ago 115 reads 0 comments

  14. Tyreke Evans Finally Finding His Game Behind Budding Superstar Anthony Davis

    If Wednesday’s showdown between the New Orleans Pelicans and Los Angeles Lakers was about anything, it was two teams and a pair of superstars—the stunning Anthony ...

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  15. Rockets' 104 3-Pointers in 8 Games Most in History

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  16. Rockets Have at Least Ten 3's in Each Game This Year

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  17. Howard Welcomes Wiggins to the NBA with Block

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  18. Pelicans' Ryan Anderson Finding All the Sweet Spots of Late

    There was no way to predict what transpired in Quicken Loans Arena Monday night when New Orleans Pelicans forward Ryan Anderson checked into the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers with 6:37 to go in the first quarter...

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  19. Dwight Howard Was 'Hurt and Disappointed' by Kobe Bryant in LA

    The past few years have, perhaps unfairly, conditioned us not to sympathize with Dwight Howard . We think of him as the malcontent who sloppily forced his way off of the Orlando ...

    Grant Hughes Written by Grant Hughes about 9 days ago 30,242 reads 137 comments

  20. Hot-Shooting Dallas Mavericks Must Find Defensive Balance

    The revamped Dallas Mavericks roster has skipped the habituation process, settling in at the vanguard of offensive efficiency. Sadly, that inherent cohesion has not translated into the defensive end...

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  21. Dirk Says He Invented 'White Version' of Dream Shake

    With 23 points last night, Dirk Nowitzki moved into ninth place on the NBA all-time scoring list. He passed Rockets legend Hakeem Olajuwon, meaning that Nowitzki has now scored more points in the NBA than any other foreign-born player...

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  22. Mavs Hope Nelson (Hamstring) Won't Miss Time

    DALLAS – The Dallas Mavericks are optimistic that starting point guard Jameer Nelson will not have to miss any time due to a slight hamstring strain he suffered Tuesday night...

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  23. Rockets Get Ready for Altitude in Mexico City

    With Wednesday's game against the Timberwolves to be played at the Mexico City altitude, Rockets coach Kevin McHale said he would look to substitute more quickly and more often, ...

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  24. Manu Ginobili Trolls Teammate Patty Mills

    As many of you know, San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills is still recovering from off season shoulder surgery and his return to the court is still weeks away...

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  25. Report: Kenyon Martin to Work out for Grizzlies

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