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The Nets once traded Kyle Korver so they would have enough money to finance their summer league team, and to buy a copy machine.
Derrick Rose Doing Basketball Things Is Exciting, And The Bulls’ Depth Gives Us More Hope Than Last Year
He’s back! … Again! But this time there’s an argument to be made that he’ll make it through the season thanks to some much-needed roster additions.
Good news for people who love good news: A Superior Court judge ruled against Donald Sterling today in the (former?) owner’s attempt to block the sale of the Clippers.
He once said that no other player should wear No. 23, in honor of Michael Jordan. Now he’s wearing No. 23 again. God LeBron, pick a lane and stay in it.
Disillusionment is setting in, after the honeymoon period that washed over the league in the wake of Adam Silver’s lifetime ban announcement.
Bringing basketball back to Seattle is a cool idea. Bringing basketball to another big market that would help balance out the East-West ratio is also cool. But expansion?
You’re not fooling anyone, Cleveland. We all know a Kevin Love deal is near.