1. Stats don't lie: John Wall is the straw that stirs the Wizards' drink

    High in the rafters for 41 home games and 41 road games, six cameras have been pointed down on the court, capturing every basket, pass, inbounds play and flop...

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  2. Roy Hibbert on Calling out Teammates, "I Was Wrong"

    Pacers center Roy Hibbert says he shouldn't have called out teammates publicly to the media when he referred to having "some selfish dudes" in the Indiana's locker room.....

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 1 day ago 354 reads 0 comments

  3. Wizards Coach Randy Wittman: 'Mind-Set Is to Go in There and Win the Series'

    John Wall used to scribble, “playoffs,” on his sneakers before each game to remind himself of the shared goal within the Wizards organization...

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  4. Silver: Pushing Back Age Limit Is Top Priority

    NEW YORK -- Armed with majority support from owners and saying "we're ready to go," NBA commissioner Adam Silver made it clear pushing back the league's age limit to 20 is at the top of his priority list...

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  5. Nene Holds the Key to the Wizards' Upset Chances

    You'll see lots of Bulls - Wizards previews that heavily reference Chicago's blowout win in D.C. last month. That was indeed a signature victory because it shows the full capability of a pissed-off Bulls team that out-efforts whoever they play...

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  6. Thibodeau forces Butler, Noah to log lots of mileage

    As much as Wizards coach Randy Wittman gets scrutiny for relying too heavily on starters for minutes, that's exactly what Tom Thibodeau has done with the Chicago Bulls going into Game 1 of their series that tips Sunday (CSN, 7 p...

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  7. Ognjen Kuzmic with Back-to-Back Career Performances in Santa Cruz

    You wouldn't know it by watching his last performance of the regular season for Golden State, but Ognjen Kuzmic is developing a nice fundamental game, courtesy of his time with the team's D-League affiliate in Santa Cruz...

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  8. Why Chris Paul vs. Stephen Curry Will Be a Matchup to Watch

    The first round of the NBA 's Western Conference playoffs will offer a point guard lover's dream. The third seeded Los Angeles Clippers (57-25) will face the Golden State Warriors ...

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  9. Andre Iguodala a key to Warriors' playoff hopes

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  10. 8 Point Guards Who Could Lead Their Teams' on Deep Playoff Runs.

    The NBA is in the golden age of point guards. More than half the playoff teams poised for a deep run are led or co-led by elite-caliber quarterbacks who can both score and pass. Of course, not all teams are...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 1 day ago 11,629 reads 54 comments

  11. Cavs Report: Players Support Idea of Another Try

    INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- Whenever you miss the playoffs, you set yourselves up for speculation. And it's not exactly a rumor that the Cavaliers face an offseason of potential change...

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  12. Businessman Kaiser Joins Thunder Ownership

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  13. Kupchak: Lakers Open to Trading Lottery Pick

    The Los Angeles Lakers may have their highest pick in over 30 years this year, but they appear interested in trading it away...

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  14. Thunder Prepare for Another Playoff Clash with Grizzlies

    It took all 82 games and some slightly more-than-anticipated drama on the final night, but the Thunder finally learned its first-round opponent.....

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  15. Reggie Miller: Key to Memphis Series Is Westbrook's Matchup Against Conley

    In conference calls Thursday, several TV analysts discussed the Thunder heading into its first-round playoff matchup with Memphis . Here are some excerpts from their comments on the team...

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  16. Jeff Van Gundy Picks the Rockets to Win the NBA Finals

    The former Rockets coach and current ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy has picked the Houston Rockets to win the NBA Finals.....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 1 day ago 257 reads 0 comments

  17. Steve Nash and Pau Gasol Tied Together Karmically in Lakers History

    EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Of all the ways the Los Angeles Lakers ' decision to hire Mike D'Antoni over Phil Jackson as head coach has been analyzed and criticized, here is the most karmic...

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  18. Chicago Bulls Expect Derrick Rose to Be 100% by Next Season's Start

    Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose will miss out on yet another playoff run in 2014, but management in the Windy City remains hopeful that the 25-year-old will return to full strength next season...

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  19. NBA Playoffs 2014: Bold Predictions for Game 1 Matchups

    With the 2014 NBA playoffs set to begin on Saturday, the time for speculation is almost over. Some tough lower seeds and interesting matchups all around means some surprises are bound to happen...

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  20. How Devin Harris' Toe Woes Helped Mavericks Land Monta Ellis...

    Within 24 hours of failing to land Dwight Howard , the improvising Mavericks on July 5th and 6th reached contract agreements with their prospective new starting backcourt...

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  21. Keeping Parker in One Piece a Priority as Playoffs Begin

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  22. Thunder to Limit 2014 Playoff Ticket Sales to Certain States

    Teams in the NBA battle through 82 games in the regular season in hopes of securing home-court advantage in the postseason—to benefit both the team and the fans...

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  23. Nets deny tank talk: Trying to get healthy

    The Brooklyn Nets dismissed rampant speculation that they tanked down the stretch in order to set up a first-round playoff match-up with the Toronto Raptors .....

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  24. 2013 vs. 2014: What Changed For The Nets?

    It's been a tale of two seasons for the Nets , who turned a 10-21 record at the end of the calendar year into a playoff spot.....

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  25. Marc James: Kemba Walker 'Is Ready for This Moment'

    The Charlotte Bobcats have steadily improved over the past few seasons and have made it to the playoffs as the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference. However, their opponent is the defending champion Miami Heat ...

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