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The Phil Naessens Show #1190: NBA Trade Rumors and Euroleague!

On this edition of the Phil Naessens Show Peachtree Hoops Managing Editor Kris Willis joins Phil to discuss all the crazy trade rumors surrounding the Atlanta Hawks and the guys also discuss the top ten NBA Eastern Conference teams. 84 more words


The Warriors win again at home, defeat the Lakers

by Jerry Feitelberg

The Golden State Warriors beat the Los Angeles Lakers 116-98 Thursday night at the Oracle Arena. The Lakers’ Kobe Bryant, retiring after the season, made his final appearance in Oakland. 410 more words


NBA trade talks open up: Who stays? Who goes?

Dec. 15 marked the first of a 66-day period (ending on Feb. 19) in which the bulk of NBA players became eligible to swap squads. 688 more words


Six surprises in the 2015-2016 NBA season so far

The NBA season is about a third of the way in the books and that means the highly anticipated annual Christmas-day games are just around the corner. 1,103 more words


The Eastern Conference is no longer the laughingstock of the NBA

We’ve passed the quarter-way mark for the season, and with more and more fans starting to tune in around Christmastime, it’s a helpful exercise to sum up theĀ things we’ve learned about the NBA this year. 544 more words


Kings defeat Jazz, 114-106, to end 3 game losing streak

by Michael Martinez

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SACRAMENTO- Tonight’s game was interesting to say the least. The Kings offense was tremendous, they did many things well and their big man DeMarcus Cousins redeemed himself after criticizing his recent play. 1,157 more words


Kings defeat Mavs, 112-98, thanks to Big 3

by Michael Martinez

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SACRAMENTO- DeMarcus Cousins was listed as probable for the Kings heading into tonight’s ball game and as he started to warm up with the team, everyone seemed relieved. 1,285 more words