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Contrary to what ESPN may have you believe, there are actually multiple free agents in the National Basketball Association this summer who are not named LeBron James. Take a moment to let that sink in. Once you have, continue on for some updates on what else is going on in the crazy world of NBA free agency.
The Super Bowl’s over, so it’s time to refocus on basketball. Fantasy basketball. Here are a few key concepts and free agent moves to keep your playoff hopes alive or push your team to championship contender.
You Clippers are just so damn flashy. It’s like you actually play in Los Angeles or something.
Dwyane Wade leading a 2-on-1 doesn’t usually end in a highlight reel block at the rim, but then again, Eric Bledsoe’s only 22: too young to know better. Bledsoe’s Clippers would go on to beat Wade’s Heat, 107-100, and Lob City looks like it’s for real.
The NBA draft is on Thursday night, and to help prepare you for whose shoes you’ll be buying for your kids on Christmas 2013, SportsGrid is employing our trusty Power Grid to gauge the buzz surrounding this year’s crop of talent. Today, the guards.
People talk about Kentucky coach John Calipari all the time – he thrives on it. People are talking a lot about Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun, too. The problem for these highly successful coaches? The talk surrounding them these days involves possible NCAA violations.