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If players thought this year's free agent market was tight, next summer could be "nuclear winter"

Plenty of agents spent this summer trying to explain to their clients that the summer of 2017 was not the summer of 2016 (one I know of even was thanking media members in Las Vegas who wrote about how tight the free agent market had gotten so he could show his clients). 602 more words

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Coach Fiz epic tirade on refs

Memphis Grizzlies Coach Fizdale criticises officials in game 2 of the playoffs  to the Spurs 96-82. One thing that’s official will be that fine.

Fizdale went at the officials in his postgame press conference, pointing out the free-throw disparity and calling the officiating “unprofessional.” 174 more words

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Is Paul George ready to move from The Pacers!?

Let’s just say subtly isn’t Paul George’s thing. He wants out. In the 2nd game of the playoffs, George has blasted his teammate Lance Stephenson just days after criticising other teammates CJ Miles and Myles Turner. 464 more words

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Courtside seats you can afford: NBA ventures into world of virtual reality

Oklahoma City’s Steven Adams is banging on Houston’s Clint Capela — elbows extended, using those arms, his strength, and his backside to seal off like it’s a box-out. 1,709 more words

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Adam Silver tells owners resting players "an extremely signifcant issue for our league"

Two weeks ago, Steve Kerr decided to rest Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, and Andre Iguodala in a nationally televised showcase game against the Spurs. 716 more words

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Cavs officially add players, what does this mean!?

LeBron said he wanted a playmaker and it seems like he’s got a playmaker. Even though Cavs are leading Eastern Conference they are only a couple games ahead of Boston Celtics and the trade deadline came at the right time if they are need of additional help in the run for their 2nd Championship. 293 more words

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Lakers renovate front office personnel

Only two days away from Thursday’s NBA trade deadline, the 19-39 Los Angeles Lakers replaced one of the most successful executives in franchise history, Mitch Kupchak, and added one of its greatest players, Earvin “Magic” Johnson. 164 more words

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