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What the Wizards need to replace from the players they lost over the summer

The Wizards spent this offseason looking to get younger and more athletic at several positions. With the NBA evolving faster and faster, there were players on last year’s team that no longer fit the bill or the scheme that this team was trying to implement so the front office let them walk. 874 more words

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Jared Dudley recalls the time Shaq got ‘so hyped’ to DJ for his Suns teammates

Jared Dudley is returning “home” to the Phoenix Suns, and he’s very happy about it. The Players’ Tribune published a piece by Dudley on Wednesday in which he explains why he loves the fans, the city and the franchise so much. 217 more words


Jared Dudley Will Make His Return To The Phoenix Suns On A Prudent Three-Year Deal

From 2008-2013, Jared Dudley carved out a role on the Phoenix Suns as a savvy front court player who could hit threes and impact a game in a number of ways. 271 more words


Report: Jared Dudley drawing interest from Suns, Jazz, and Nets

Free agency in the NBA has begun and that means that teams are getting ready to throw as much money at players as possible with the salary cap spike.Some teams are looking to add veteran players to help their team improve next season… 173 more words

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NBA Free Agency Primer: The Combo Forwards

The combo forward may be the most coveted player in the modern NBA. Spacing and shooting have become more valuable than ever and teams want players with the kind of versatility necessary to create successful small-ball lineups.  504 more words

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Potential Free Agent Targets for the Pacers

The Pacers have already had a busy offseason: adding two starters in Jeff Teague and Thaddeus Young before the NBA draft. These two likely starters will most likely be the biggest moves Larry Bird and the Pacers make in preparation for the 2016-2017 season. 2,280 more words

10 Free Agent Options for the Lakers

The Lakers are ready for a fresh start. After a nightmare of a season with Byron Scott, who was dismissed and replaced with Luke Walton, the team drafted Brandon Ingram with the second overall pick and now boast a young core that can rival those of Minnesota and Philadelphia. 1,448 more words

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