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NBPA issues statement on DeAndre Jordan backing out of commitment to Mavericks

DeAndre Jordan’s last-minute decision to back out of his commitment to the Mavericks and re-sign with the Clippers has reverberated throughout the NBA. The moratorium period that allowed Jordan’s change of heart is surely going to be a topic of discussion at next week’s Board of Governors meeting, because even though no agreements from July 1-9 are legally binding, decisions that some players make are based on decisions that other players make, and a large majority of those come during the moratorium period, when everyone is counting on everyone else to hold to the agreements they made. 106 more words

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Scouting Report: Cedi Osman

Cedi Osman is a small forward for Anadolu Efes. Osman is 6’8. For the year. he averaged, 20.3 minutes per game, 7.7 points per game, 4.0 rebounds per game, 1.0 assists per game, 0.9 steals per game, 0.3 blocks per game, while shooting 42.2% from the field, and 33.8% from three. 631 more words


The Houston Rockets Will Never Win Anything With Dwight Howard

The Houston Rockets staved off elimination at the hands of the Golden State Warriors Monday night. Many expect them to still lose this series after going down 3-0, but of course, many did not expect the Rockets to even be in this position. 1,005 more words


'Big Baby' has big ankle sprain; status for Clippers-Spurs Game 7 questionable

That ankle injury that took Glen “Big Baby” Davis out of Game 6 is being called an ankle sprain, but today his playing status is questionable for tomorrow’s Game 7. 48 more words


Follow Your Passion?

I was at a restaurant. It was run-down, the food was average, flies were hovering over my bowl of noodles my parents ordered me. I was four. 576 more words


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Wow... my buddy Jeff. I feel you man. Dreams can be crushed by people. But dreams also have alternatives. When you realize you can no longer reach your goals, don't stop.. find a new goal or an alternative. You wanted to be a professional basketball player? be one. Who says it has to be in the NBA? This is where the alternative goal comes in. There are many professional basketball leagues overseas who offer millions for american talent. Work now and you'll live the rest of your life the way you want it because this alternative goal will make just as happy or even happier than your original goal. So here's my message for you and everyone with goals: Reach for you dreams, and if you can't reach them find the alternative goal that makes you ALMOST as happy as your original goal because believe it or not, this will make you as happy as your original goal and you WILL have NO regrets. Keep your head up Jeff, everyone. And just in case my message didn't get to you, here's a little splash of motivation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNiuK58lbrE


7 Muslims to watch in the NBA playoffs

The globalization of the National Basketball Association has been a multi-layered process: part geographic, part linguistic, part stylistic and part philosophical.

Not only has the league that was born in the United States expanded to have a team in Canada, it now welcomes players from all over the map; six of this planet’s seven continents are currently represented on NBA rosters. 1,502 more words


Jamal Crawford hopeful he can return for the Clippers this season

A few days ago, Clippers head coach Doc Rivers told reporters there was a chance Jamal Crawford’s bruised right calf was bad enough that it would keep him out for the rest of the season. 198 more words

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