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PBT Extra: What coaches are on hot seat? Alvin Gentry at front of list.

This season, for the first time in 46 years, no NBA coach will be fired during the season (nobody is getting canned at this point). 63 more words

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PBT Extra: Fan poll picks Westbrook as MVP, media poll goes different direction

iRussell Westbrook. James Harden. Kawhi Leonard. LeBron James.

You can make a legitimate case for any of them as MVP.

For this PBT Extra, I decided to poll fans on Twitter for their call, and you all picked Russell Westbrook (35 percent) followed by James Harden (26 percent), Kawhi Leonard (22), and LeBron James (17). 73 more words

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PBT Extra: Are red hot Miami Heat playoff bound?

Back on Jan. 15, the Miami Heat were 11-30 and all anyone wanted to talk about was who they would trade at the deadline as they tried to get younger and build around Hassan Whiteside. 109 more words

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PBT Extra: With Kevin Durant out, can Warriors hold on to No. 1 seed?

If Kevin Durant is back and fully healthy by the second round of the playoffs, then the Warriors will be in the same position they are now — favorites to win the NBA title. 52 more words

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PBT Podcast: Kevin Durant injury fallout, plus we take your Twitter questions

Kevin Durant is going to miss at least a month, likely more time, with a grade 2 MCL sprain and a bone bruise in his left knee after Zaza Pachulia fell into it during the opening minutes of a game against the Wizards Tuesday. 132 more words

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PBT Extra: Pelicans, Mavericks winners at trade deadline passes; Kings not so much

There was a lot of sound and fury on NBA trade deadline day, but as the clock turned 3 p.m. Eastern Paul George was still a Pacer, Jimmy Butler was still a Bull, and Carmelo Anthony was still employed by Phil Jackson’s team. 69 more words

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PBT Podcast: What does Magic's return mean for Lakers, with Mark Medina of the LA Daily News

Magic Johnson has a statue outside Staples Center.

He’s now also in control of the product inside it — Magic is head of the Lakers’ basketball operations after Jim Buss and Mitch Kupchak were let go on Tuesday. 145 more words

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