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Julius Randle Beats Defender with Behind-the-Back Move, Dishes to Kobe for 3

Los Angeles Lakers forward Julius Randle is 6’9″ and 250 pounds, but he has a little bit of point guard in him.

Randle used Thursday night’s preseason game in Ontario, California, against the Toronto Raptors to show that his athleticism comes in handy in transition. 69 more words

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Dwight Howard Says He Played with Torn MCL, Meniscus in 2015 Playoffs

Dwight Howard averaged 14.4 points and 14.4 rebounds during the 2015 Western Conference Finals, but the eight-time All-Star revealed Thursday he posted those numbers while playing with a torn MCL and torn meniscus, according to SportsRadio610’s… 368 more words

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Early Predictions for Every NBA Award Winner in 2015-16

After a long, but eventful offseason, the NBA is back.

The games and stats don’t actually count yet. Premier players and even some coaches are still soaking up the final opportunities for rest before the 2015-16 version of the 82-game grind officially beings. 144 more words

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Trevor Booker Suspended 1 Game for Taking Swing at Roy Hibbert

Utah Jazz power forward Trevor Booker has been suspended one game after attempting to hit Los Angeles Lakers center Roy Hibbert in the face during Tuesday’s preseason game between the two teams. 210 more words

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Early-Season College College Basketball Games That Will Shape 2016 NBA Draft

The 2015-16 college basketball season appears loaded with terrific scouting opportunities for NBA evaluators.

Throughout the year, we should see top-10 talents face off, and even No. 94 more words

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Camp Lessons: What We've Learned So Far in NBA Preseason

There’s not much of a living to be made in the NBA preseason prediction game. If you’re drawing serious conclusions about the real 2015-16 campaign based on what’s happening in early October, well…don’t expect to get much right. 1,760 more words

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What to Watch for in Kobe Bryant's 20th and (Perhaps?) Final Season

Kobe Bryant hasn’t called it quits just yet. Every time he’s been asked if the 2015-16 season will be his last, he’s answered with some variation of “We’ll see.” 2,031 more words

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