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PBT Extra: Russell Westbrook taking the NBA by storm (VIDEO)

ProBasketballTalk’s Kurt Helin breaks down Russell Westbrook’s historic run, which includes four consecutive triple-doubles, making him the first player to achieve the feat since Michael Jordan in 1989. 20 more words

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PBT Extra: What is future for Derrick Rose? Bulls?

It’s the question everyone may be thinking but is afraid to ask: With this latest meniscus injury is Derrick Rose the next guy in the Penny Hardaway, Brandon Roy, Bill Walton club of guys who were elite stars betrayed by their bodies? 114 more words

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PBT Extra: Kyle Korver says good health, good system reasons for his record season

Kyle Korver could always shoot the rock; he’s a career 43.2 percent from beyond the arc. But this year his skills have really gotten noticed as vital part of the East leading Atlanta Hawks’ offense — he’s shooting 50 percent overall, 50.9 percent from three and 90.4 percent from the free throw line. 170 more words

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PBT Extra: One-on-one with LaMarcus Aldridge, talking Blazers' playoff chances

NEW YORK — The ultimate sign of how much LaMarcus Aldridge believes in Portland came when he injured his left thumb — he put off needed surgery to keep playing this season. 64 more words

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PBT Extra: One-on-one with Paul George talking recovery, March comeback

NEW YORK — All-Star weekend we got the chance to sit down with Pacers swingman Paul George to talk about his recovery from a catastrophic leg injury this summer while playing for Team USA. 205 more words

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PBT Extra: Hawks look to prove first half of season not a fluke

The Atlanta Hawks were the story of the first half of the season. With Al Horford healthy (he missed most of last season), Paul Millsap and Jeff Teague growing into their roles, and in a second season in Mike Budenholzer’s system, the Hawks are on top of the Eastern Conference. 96 more words

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PBT Extra: Watch out for Cleveland, Oklahoma City when NBA resumes

The high-flying dunks and high scoring of Russell Westbrook highlighting All-Star weekend are behind us, time to look ahead as the NBA season resumes Thursday and heads into the home stretch of the regular season. 81 more words

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