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Boston ‘going to move very slowly’ with Kemba Walker return to play
Expect limited minutes in the seeding games, the target is the playoffs.
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Celtics assistant Kara Lawson hired as Duke women’s basketball head coach
There's a pipeline developing between female NBA assistant coaches and women's college basketball.
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After two-year absence, Andre Roberson back on court with Thunder
The last time Andre Roberson stepped on an NBA court it was Jan. 17, 2018
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Mike Woodson reportedly has second coaching interview with Knicks
Expect a decision by the end of the month.
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Short offseason, uncertain financial outlook may mean fewer coaches fired
The short offseason and uncertain financial outlook of the league has owners rethinking changes.
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Teams forced into difficult choices to trim traveling parties for restart
"We’re not able to take everybody — and that stinks, because of the amount of work that they all put in every single day."
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Chris Paul playing cornhole. Luka Doncic trick shots. Welcome to life in the NBA bubble.
Everyone is out and exploring the campus and having fun.
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Zion Williamson ‘just went back to square one’ with quarantine workouts
Zion Williamson looks cut — like he spent the entire quarantine doing workouts — and ready to be a force at the NBA restart in Orlando. View this post on Instagram Built for this 💪 A post shared by New...
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Paul George: ‘I feel great again,’ says Clippers finally fully healthy
"For this team, man, I think our aspirations, again, this time off has given us what we needed."
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Atlanta G League affiliate promotes Tori Miller, first female GM in league
Miller was an assistant GM with the Skyhawks last season.
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Missouri U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley calls for NBA to put more politics into sports
Adrian Wojnarowski apologized for his response to Hawley.
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NBA executive predicts every team will lose money next season
NBA owners love to cry poor.
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Report: Wizards’ Thomas Bryant and Gary Payton II test positive for coronavirus
Bryant's optimism and energy in tough situations are exactly what the Wizards need right now.
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LaMelo Ball reportedly wants to play for New York Knicks
Ball is the classic high risk/high reward draft pick — and he wants to bring those skills to Madison Square Garden.
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NBA gets coronavirus test results quickly, unlike much of nation. Should they?
The NBA is getting its test results back within a day while much of the nation is waiting a week or longer.
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Nets reportedly sign Donta Hall for restart games in Orlando
He averaged 15.4 points and 10.6 rebounds a game in the G League this season.
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Zion Williamson’s stepfather accused of taking $400,000 before Zion’s season at Duke
Williamson's attorney said, "these papers are fraudulent" and denied the entire allegation.
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Russell Westbrook, James Harden do not fly to Orlando with Rockets, will join team later
Coach Mike D'Antoni, 69, did fly with the team and will be in the bubble.
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Knicks’ coaching job frontrunner Tom Thibodeau interviews with team
While the Knicks talked to a lot of other candidates, Tom Thibodeau remians the clear frontrunner.
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Joel Embiid fully suited, masked, and gloved for 76ers flight (video)
76ers star Joel Embiid said of the NBA bubble at Disney World, "I don’t think it’s going to be safe enough."
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Kelly Loeffler says she won’t sell share of Atlanta Dream
WNBA players are trying to oust Loeffler.
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Terry Rozier: I didn’t know Michael Jordan’s Bulls three-peated twice until watching ‘The Last Dance’
Rozier previously said Jordan was the reason he chose Charlotte in free agency.
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Report: Pau Gasol near one-year deal to play for Barcelona
If this happens, Gasol would return to the club of his youth for one final season.
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Spurs’ Patty Mills says he’ll donate remaining salary ($1,017,818.54) to fight racism
"So, I'm playing in Orlando because I don't want to leave any money on the table that could be going directly to Black communities," Mills said.
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Report: Nets advancing toward signing Michael Beasley
The Nets are cornering the market on past-their-prime scorers who haven't played in the NBA this season.
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Report: Kawhi Leonard didn’t travel with Clippers to Disney World, expected to arrive in a few days
A Clippers-Lakers Western Conference finals – featuring Kawhi Leonard vs. LeBron James – is one of the most anticipated potential attractions of the NBA's resumption at Disney World.
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Report: Nets signing Jamal Crawford
Crawford can add scoring punch.
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Stephen Jackson peddles another anti-Semitic conspiracy theory, says he’s misunderstood
DeSean Jackson, on the other hand, apologized twice and pledged to educate himself.
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Magic player tests positive for coronavirus
The race for the final two playoff spots in the Eastern Conference keeps getting sadder.
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Philadelphia’s Shake Milton: “I don’t really think we should be playing”
"There are issues going on right now in the world that are way bigger than a sport, way bigger than the game of basketball."
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Stephen Jackson on DeSean Jackson: ‘He’s speaking the truth’
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson posted a quote incorrectly attributed to Adolph Hitler.
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If Lakers win a title Avery Bradley will be given a ring. As he should.
It is standard practice to give rings to players who contributed during the season even if they didn't play in the playoffs.
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Rudy Gobert to replace name on jersey with ‘Equality’ as first social justice messages leak
Portland's CJ McCollum will go with "Education Reform."
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NBA coaches preach flexibility as first real practices about to begin
NBA teams to have first real practices since March starting this week.
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NBA schedule 2020: Dates, times, matchups for restart in Orlando
When the NBA restarts on July 30 in Orlando, here are the dates, times, matchups and other key info to know.
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What worries Adam Silver? Positive tests inside NBA bubble
The NBA's nightmare is getting the bubble set up in Orlando and then having an outbreak.
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Rudy Gobert on dynamic with Jazz teammate Donovan Mitchell: ‘I’m the a—hole’
Rudy Gobert is the Jazz's best player. Donovan Mitchell is the Jazz's biggest star.
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Nets’ Taurean Prince tests positive for coronavirus, will sit out restart
That is seven players from the Nets roster not headed to the Orlando restart.
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WNBA players call for ouster of Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler, a Georgia senator
NBA players showed their power by getting Donald Sterling removed as Clippers owner.
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Celtics’ Jayson Tatum on playing at Disney World: ‘Still not excited, not thrilled’
Players are facing tight lifestyle restrictions, including be separated from their families and friends for weeks.
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Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie done for the season after coronavirus diagnosis
The Eastern Conference playoff race is shaping up to be ugly.
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Bradley Beal (shoulder) not playing in restart
The Wizards (24-40) were selected for the NBA's resumption at Disney World despite their lousy record.
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Free agent Gerald Green had offers, chose not to play in Orlando restart
He had not play this season due to foot surgery, but he was cleared to play in the restart.
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Dwight Howard will join Lakers for restart, donate check to social justice cause
He had considered skipping the restart to spend more time with family.
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Jaylen Brown heads to restart with Boston, plans to use voice for social justice
“I plan on using my voice while I’m down there. I plan on spreading light on things that are getting dimmed."
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Pelicans sign Sindarius Thornwell as a substitute player. For whom?
Three Pelicans tested positive for coronavirus. At least.
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Sean Marks denies rumor of Nets trying to poach Spurs coach Gregg Popovich
The Nets are reportedly seeking a blue-chip coach.
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Rumor: Knicks could trade for Suns star Devin Booker
The Knicks' reported plan of trading for a disgruntled star initially focused on Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns.
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