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The long and winding basketball odyssey of Derrick Rose took its latest turn on Monday (US time), when he agreed to a one-year deal with... [Read More]
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Rose, the former league M.V.P., could give the Cavs some more insurance in the backcourt after his disappointing one-year tenure with the Knicks. [Read More]
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Irving, the Cavaliers' All-Star point guard, is said to have told Dan Gilbert, the team's owner, of his desire to change teams. [Read More]
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Signing Tim Hardaway Jr. to a $71 million offer sheet is betting big bucks on a player that the team didn't embrace the first time... [Read More]
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Hayward, one of the top free agents in the N.B.A. this summer, announced his decision on Tuesday after considering Miami, Boston and Utah. [Read More]
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Durant is expected to sign a two-year deal that will pay him about $25 million next season despite being eligible for as much as $34.5... [Read More]
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The team has done little to sign free agents so far and is still in need of a starting point guard. But doing little is... [Read More]
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When Phil Jackson rejoined the New York Knicks as their president in 2014, he brought considerable bona fides with him: his record 11 championships as... [Read More]
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Jackson, who won 11 N.B.A. titles as a coach with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers, never translated that success to the front office... [Read More]
Phil Jackson is out as New York Knicks president after he oversaw one of the worst eras in team history and feuded with star Carmelo... [Read More]
Russell, the Boston Celtics star, recalls in a Q. and A. how he and his peers transformed basketball and perceptions of blacks in professional sports. [Read More]
There were no big surprises among the early selections in the draft, but Chicago sent Butler, a three-time All Star, to Minnesota. [Read More]
A presumptive lottery pick in Thursday's N.B.A. draft even had kind words for Phil Jackson, the team's embattled president. [Read More]
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