1. Knicks Waive Ricky Ledo

    July 30, 2015 – New York Knickerbockers President Phil Jackson announced today that the team has waived guard Ricky Ledo...

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  2. Smith Explains 'Harder on My Family' Comments

    “Did you hear how they're twisting your words?” One of my sisters had been trying to get a hold of me for an hour...

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  3. Is Jonathan Simmons the San Antonio Spurs' Latest Diamond in the Rough?

    You've heard it before. A 20-something prospect shows promising signs during summer-league play, carving up second-rate defenses like they're ice sculptures and subsequently becoming an exaggerated and oversized blip on league radar...

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  4. Hammon Time! Spurs Asst. Coach Breaks It Down

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  5. Gilbert Arenas Critiques LeBron James on Instagram, Says He's Not a No. 1 Option

    Gilbert Arenas and LeBron James were once involved in a legitimate rivalry on the court. Now that Arenas is out of the league, he can sit back and watch James dominate the NBA ...

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  6. Matt Barnes Tells DeAndre Jordan He's Going to 'Foul the Beep' Out of Him

    Matt Barnes still likes DeAndre Jordan, even though the two are no longer teammates. But that doesn't mean Barnes won't try to hurt him when the Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies square off next season...

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  7. Crowder's Interesting Contract Will Give Boston More Flexibility Next Summer

    Anybody who has paid attention to the Boston Celtics knows flexibility currently counts as one of Danny Ainge's top priorities...

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  8. Celtics' Retooled Defense Should Turn Some Heads

    There's an annual ritual that occurs every summer in the NBA , like clockwork - the moment the final buzzer sounds on the Finals and a winner has been crowned, all 29 other teams in the NBA begin positioning themselves to emulate the new champion...

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  9. Potential Impact Players for the Boston Celtics

    BOSTON – The Boston Celtics are nearing the end of the cut-and-paste portion of their roster re-shuffling this offseason.....

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  10. The NBA's All-Time Starting Five: New York Knicks

    You're in your second semester of AP Basketball History, you love really good teams, and you love lists. With precious little drama left in the NBA 's 2015 offseason, why don't we ...

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  11. Knicks Draft Bust Beats Back Depression, Now Playing for $1M Prize

    Former Knicks lottery pick Michael Sweetney, selected ninth overall in 2003, will be back in New York on Saturday night, playing basketball on ESPN for a $1 million prize at Fordham's Rose Hill Gym...

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  12. 'Spurs Jesus' Thwarts Burglary, Helps Apprehend Suspect

    "Spurs Jesus" spends every NBA season rooting for the San Antonio Spurs. In the offseason, apparently he helps fight crime. San Antonio residents may know the man as the fan who shows up to Spurs home games dressed up as Jesus Christ...

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  13. Colangelo Thinks LBJ Wants on Team USA in '16

    CARMEL, Calif. – With Clint Eastwood's mammoth mansion looming far in the background, USA Basketball executive director Jerry Colangelo on Wednesday took some time at Tehama Golf ...

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  14. The Potential of Bobby Portis

    A college player who isn't an elite athlete is frequently labeled as one with limited upside. The same is true for those who are bad at nothing, but also brilliant at nothing...

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  15. Blazers' Demise Seen Through Analytics

    The LaMarcus Aldridge - Damian Lillard era is gone. It has disappeared as swiftly as it materialized. The Portland franchise rebuilt after the Brandon Roy-Greg Oden injuries decimated one of the most promising young cores...

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  16. Best Rap Songs to Have Given a Shoutout to Michael Jordan

    Having been one of the best basketball players to ever live, Michael Jordan's name is often invoked by rappers when they are trying to express greatness.....

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  17. Which Unheralded Miami Heat Young Gun Has Highest Potential?

    The Heat made a major statement with minor moves over the past week. By unloading Zoran Dragic, Henry Walker and especially Shabazz Napier, they made room for three developmental projects that excite them...

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  18. Miami's Roster Rebounds Sharply from Losing LeBron

    MIAMI — It began with a broken air conditioner, perhaps the greatest threat to any enjoyable summer, and it got worse from there.....

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  19. Despite Move, James Jones Still Helping Struggling Youths in Miami

    Often when professional athletes leave one city for another, they cut off all loose ends. They sell their houses, relocate and move on with life. That's not the case for former Miami Heat player James Jones...

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  20. Kyle Korver Injury: Updates on Hawks Star's Recovery from Ankle, Elbow Surgery

    Atlanta Hawks forward Kyle Korver continues to rehabilitate after requiring ankle and elbow surgeries this past June...

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  21. Dwyane Wade Mixtape

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  22. Suns Make Changes in Basketball Operations Staff

    The Phoenix Suns today announced changes to the club's coaching staff, adding Nate Bjorkgren (pronounced BEE-ork-Gren) as assistant coach/player development coordinator, Earl Watson ...

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  23. NBA Trade Rumors: Latest Details on Mario Chalmers, Nene and More

    It's all about the MLB trade deadline right now, but don't look away—the NBA 's trade market doesn't just shut down...

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  24. Clippers Are Very Deep, Which Raises Questions

    Doc Rivers, the Clippers ' president of basketball operations, has stocked the team's roster like a grocery store in the days before a snowstorm...

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  25. Grantland: Saunders Talks Baby T-Wolves, More

    Flip Saunders has experienced an improbable rise from the ragtag Continental Basketball Association of the 1980s and 1990s, to a position of enormous power as head coach, president of basketball operations, and part owner of the Timberwolves ...

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