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Breaking: Steve Javie Released After Months Trapped in 'Replay Center'

Bristol – An employee at ESPN’s corporate studios found and released former NBA referee, Steve Javie, from a locked closet where he worked during the NBA playoffs as ESPN’s Referee Analyst. 77 more words


Is Andrew Wiggins Right When He Declares The Timberwolves 'Can Make The Playoffs'?

The Minnesota Timberwolves are one of the most exciting young teams in the NBA. They boast the past two Rookie of the Year winners (and No. 296 more words


Steve Kerr Admits A Hobbled Steph Curry Led To 'Adjustments' In Playoff Play-Calling

After injuring his knee in the opening round against the Houston Rockets, league MVP Steph Curry was never quite the same for the remainder of the postseason. 233 more words


Montgomery native JaMychal Green returns home to host clinic

JaMychal Green looks to share the knowledge he’s gained as an NBA player with his hometown youth.

The Memphis Grizzlies forward will have a free basketball clinic from 9 a.m to 3 p.m. 259 more words

SEC News

Over/Under: 7 Playoff Wins For Celtics Next Season

BOSTON (CBS) — It was an Over/Under Tuesday on The Adam Jones Show’s Game of Jones, with Jones and Matt McCarthy (filling in for Rich Keefe) hitting on a number of topics ranging from Red Sox prospect Andrew Benintendi to postseason expectation for the Boston Celtics. 618 more words

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Top 10 Craziest NBA Records

Today, we’re taking a look at some of the craziest records in NBA history. Some of these you’ll know, and some of them will seem too crazy to be real, but they are. 31 more words


The Craziest NBA Records

We recently counted down 15 of the most amazing NBA records, including crazy feats like Steve Nash’s insane 90.42% career free throw percentage (out of the 3,360 free Nash attempted in his career, he only missed 322 of them) and Michael Jordan leading the NBA in scoring when he averaged over 28 points a game at the age of 35. 397 more words