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D.J. Foster

In just a few short hours, the NBA trade deadline will pass.
Many wondered if 34-year-old forward Lamar Odom would ever play basketball again after an offseason that included rumors of drug abuse and a DUI charge.
When LeBron James left Cleveland for Miami nearly four years ago, emotions were obviously running pretty high.
We all know that slow-motion makes everything much more dramatic and generally way cooler.
The thought of Tim Hardaway Jr. learning just about anything from J.R.
Ersan Ilyasova is Milwaukee’s longest tenured player.
Carmelo Anthony has been making the rounds during All-Star weekend, and as you’d expect, the focus of the questions are primarily on his pending free agency decision.
Let’s take a look at three players who were in action Tuesday night who deserve starting jobs sooner rather than later.
10 days before the trade deadline. 30 games left in the season.
Tell me if this sounds at all familiar. 24 years old, about 6-foot-8, 6-foot-9.
With the first half of the season in the books, let’s look at five players who deserve to get a little more burn the rest of the way.
The 2013-14 All-Star game in New Orleans is still 30 days away, but the starters will be announced January 23rd and the reserves will follow on January 30th.
If you missed it last week, the Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets played with nicknames on the back of their jerseys instead of their last names.
Due to injuries and the lack of a transcendent talent, this year’s draft class has been pretty underwhelming as a whole.
If the end of a year serves as a time for reflection and the remembrance of lessons learned, then let the video below serve as one last reminder for the small guards of the league.
Pressure reveals character, and the last minutes of the Clippers road matchup with Portland did just that.
You know those nightmares where you can’t run away fast enough?
The Signature Series takes a look at a play that’s largely unique to one team.
Over the next few days in this space, we’ll break down a play that’s largely unique to one team.
In Eric Bledsoe’s final game with the Los Angeles Clippers last season, he played nine minutes and 28 seconds.