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Zion Williamson looks in incredible shape, says he’s focused for restart
“I think this team can be really special when we’re all healthy,” Williamson said.
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Clippers reportedly shut down practice facility after positive coronavirus test among traveling party
Just 24 hours before Doc Rivers told reporters that "to his knowledge" nobody with the team had tested positive.
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Anthony Davis: Lakers’ title chances “higher” after long rest
"Actually, I think our chances are higher just because we're all rested and we're all ready to go."
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Adrian Wojnarowski: Jacque Vaughn likely to coach Nets next season
The Nets have two stars in Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving and the ammo to get a third star.
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Report: Kings lead assistant Igor Kokoskov to become Fenerbahce head coach
The Kings are trying to end their historic playoff drought.
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76ers say they’ll investigate claim of bullying, racism within dance team
Yahne Coleman detailed her claims on Instagram.
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Damian Lillard on players keeping strict bubble: ‘My confidence ain’t great’
The NBA is creating a bubble for its players at Disney World.
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Doc Rivers: Lou Williams expected to join Clippers for restart
Williams has described himself as "50-50."
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LeBron James’ voting rights group converting arenas into polling places
Both the Hawks and Pistons arenas will be polling places.
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Missouri man freed from prison with help from WNBA’s Moore
A Missouri man was freed from prison Wednesday after a county prosecutor declined to retry his case, punctuating years of work by WNBA star Maya Moore and other supporters who argued he was falsely...
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Adam Silver: Restart broadcasts may need delay to keep cussing off air
NBA players trash talk and swear more during a game than a Samuel L. Jackson character.
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Report: Rockets signing Luc Mbah a Moute
Rockets forward Thabo Sefolosha is sitting out the NBA's resumption at Disney World.
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Report: Thabo Sefolosha won’t play for Rockets in NBA resumption
These have been heavy times for Rockets forward Thabo Sefolosha, who was a victim of police brutality in 2015.
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Report: Disney World campus will cost NBA more than $150 million
NBA commissioner Adam Silver, citing the high cost of operating the Disney World campus, said his league's resumption is not as financially beneficial as people think.
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Bradley Beal, Victor Oladipo both unsure if they will play in Orlando
Both players cited health concerns.
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Giannis Antetokounmpo, Doc Rivers say no asterisk with this title
"The team that wins this deserves a gold star, not an asterisk."
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Zion Williamson on cover of NBA 2K21 for Next-Gen
People can't get enough Zion, which is why NBA 2K21 has him on the cover.
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U.S. Senator sends letter to Adam Silver questioning NBA relationship with China
It's an election year, there are no secrets here but this isn't really about fact-finding, it's about trying to make political noise.
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Joe Borgia, longtime NBA referee, recent face of replay center, retires
Joe Borgia, who spent 32 years in the NBA as a referee and executive, announced his retirement Tuesday.
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GMs reportedly having to reassure concerned staff about restart safety
Team staffs have the same questions and concerns as players about the safety of the bubble.
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Phoenix Suns sign Cameron Payne to two-year contract
Payne will be competing for backup point guard minutes at a crowded position in Phoenix.
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Philadelphia’s Zhaire Smith suffers bone bruise in knee, out for restart
He is expected to be recovered and ready for next season.
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Damian Lillard named first cover athlete for NBA 2K21
This is Lillard's first time on the cover.
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NBA commissioner Adam Silver: ‘Never full steam ahead no matter what’
The NBA announced a 22-team resumption at Disney World amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Report: NBA unlikely to put names of police-brutality victims onto jerseys
The NBA will reportedly put "Black Lives Matter" on the courts at Disney World.
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Report: Eight eliminated NBA teams won’t be allowed to hold mandatory practices
The eight NBA teams not resuming the season at Disney World – Knicks, Bulls, Pistons, Cavaliers, Hawks, Hornets, Timberwolves and Warriors – wanted more opportunities to play.
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Three Pelicans test positive for coronavirus
Sixteen NBA players (of 302 tested June 23) were diagnosed with coronavirus.
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Report: Nuggets close facility after positive coronavirus tests
Brooklyn's practice facility reportedly re-opened on Tuesday.
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Report: Chris Bosh initially committed to Bulls in 2010 free agency
The Bulls' plan in 2010 free agency: Secure a commitment from Chris Bosh then use that as a springboard to land LeBron James and/or Dwyane Wade.
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Fred VanVleet expresses players’ quandary between playing, social justice
"I think most of us decided to play. It’s something we’ll have to live with. I trust that my heart’s in the right place."
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Hawks approve turning arena into massive Atlanta elections polling place
Last election saw people waiting more than four hours to vote in Atlanta, this can help change that.
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DeAndre Jordan tests positive for coronavirus, latest Net out of restart
Injuries, and now a couple of players testing positive for the coronavirus, have decimated the Nets roster.
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Report: Portland to sign point guard Jaylen Adams for Orlando restart
He played in 34 games for Atlanta last season.
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Report: NBA will write ‘Black Lives Matter’ on courts at restart
All three areas that will host broadcast games will have "Black Lives Matter" on the court.
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Brooklyn’s Spencer Dinwiddie says he tested positive for coronavirus
He is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and may not be able to play during restart in Orlando.
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Rumor: LeBron James planned to sign with Knicks until ‘disaster’ meeting in 2010
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh joined forces with the Heat in 2010.
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Report: Cavaliers signing Jordan Bell
Two years ago, Jordan Bell was drunkenly celebrating the Warriors' NBA Finals victory over the Cavaliers.
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Report: Lakers to sign J.R. Smith
The Lakers won't have Avery Bradley for the NBA's resumption at Disney World.
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Ja Morant apologizes for promoting ‘F— 12’ Grizzlies jersey
The NBA will reportedly allow players to replace their last names on their jerseys with a statement on social justice.
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Thunder sign Devon Hall as substitute player for Orlando restart
He had been on a two-way contract with the team earlier in the season.
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Mark Cuban backs idea of NBA starting on Christmas Day
"I’ve always been a proponent of starting on Christmas Day because that’s when we go to broadcast television."
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NBA schedule release 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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Cavaliers, Andre Drummond reportedly have interest in extension
There are a lot of questions for the Cavaliers to answer before they can find a deal with Andre Drummond.
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Report: Wilson Chandler informs Brooklyn he will not play in restart
Chandler said health and family considerations factored into his decision.
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Courtney Lee can’t play, reportedly still wants to join Mavs in Orlando
He suffered a calf injury during the break and will not be able to play in Orlando.
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Kings’ Jabari Parker seen out playing tennis after positive coronavirus test
The Kings said, "We are aware of the report and are gathering additional information. We have no further comment at this time."
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Rudy Gobert says he’s not fully recovered from COVID-19
He says his sense of smell has not fully returned.
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As expected, Clippers reportedly sign Joakim Noah for restart
He provides depth behind Ivica Zubac and Montrezl Harrell.
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Players in restart can replace last name on jersey with social justice message
Players can personalize the message that replaces their name on their jersey.
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Ten things to watch for during the NBA restart
Here are 10 things to know about the NBA's restarted season.
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