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Bold prediction: The Boston Celtics won't make the NBA finals. Bolder prediction: They won't even make it past the second... [Read More]
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The Golden State Warriors are apparently not worried at all about potentially losing a generational talent who won the last two NBA Finals MVP awards to free agency. According to Marc J... [Read More]
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Today, premium sports eyewear brand Nike Vision has teamed up again with two-time NBA Finals MVP and back-to-back World ... [Read More]
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The latest title odds also have Minnesota tumbling down the list after their blockbuster deal... [Read More]
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The Celtics were not wrong to believe all the preseason hype that surrounded them. They were just wrong to believe — however subconsciously — they would be placed into the NBA Finals by acclimation, that they wouldn't have to put in the actual, you know, work. [Read More]
Most of the stars of the 2005 NBA Finals have been out of the league for several years. Tony Parker, is still beating the Detroit Pistons. Sunday, he faced them for the first... [Read More]
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Most of the stars of the 2005 NBA Finals have been out of the league for several years. Tony Parker, is still beating the Detroit Pistons. Sunday, he faced them for the first time as a... [Read More]
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The Clippers would like to put their best foot forward during the season's first matchup against the Warriors (11-2) and their two-time NBA Finals MVP, Kevin Durant, whose decision whether to become a free agent this summer could tip the balance of power across the league. [Read More]
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Most of the stars of the 2005 NBA Finals have been out of the league for several years. Tony Parker is still beating the Detroit Pistons. Sunday, he faced them for the first time as a member of the Charlotte Hornets, but the results weren't any different. The 36-year-old scored 24 points in 28 minutes off the bench to lead Charlotte to a 113-103 victory. "That's what Tony does. I'm just surprised that he never loses any of his speed and quickness," Pistons coach Dwane Casey said. "He got to every spot he wanted to out... [Read More]
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PlaySugarHouse.com in New Jersey dropped their Sixers title odds from 22-1 to 12-1... [Read More]
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Terry Rozier had a breakout campaign for the Boston Celtics in last year's playoffs while Kyrie Irving was out, but is now behind Irving on the depth chart and not playing well. According to one report, Rozier is unhappy with his playing time, while other reports indicate that teams are monitoring the situation in hopes of trading for Rozier. Rozier is a free agent at the end of the season, so the Celtics may have to move him to get something in return instead of risking losing him for nothing in the offseason.  Terry Rozier's breakout performance... [Read More]
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Luka Doncic has been compared to Dirk Nowitzki for several reasons, but Dirk thinks Doncic is even more advanced for his age. Nowitzki, 40, was drafted No. 9 overall in 1998 and traded to the Dallas Mavericks. He made the jump from Germany straight to the NBA and was already averaging 17.5 points per game in his second season as a 21-year-old. He's won an NBA MVP and NBA Finals MVP award and is closing out a Hall of Fame career. This year, the Mavericks traded for Doncic, a 19-year-old Slovenian who was the No. 3 overall pick in... [Read More]
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Nobody buys billboards for a Wednesday night game in November, and it's probably just as well. Five and a half years after the first time the Spurs and Heat met in an NBA Finals, the old slogan wouldn't apply anymore. Back then, the contrast of organizational styles was as compelling as it was obvious, and a San Antonio company couldn't resist having some fun with it. Towering over one of South Texas' busiest highways, the following words summarized the 2013 showdown of the league's top two franchises. "BUILT VS. BOUGHT," the sign read. Both sides, of course, wound up... [Read More]
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LeBron James will have an overhauled Cleveland Cavaliers supporting cast this season as he tries to reach an eighth consecutive NBA Finals and again dethrone Golden State as champion. [Read More]
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