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LeBron James Can Travel As Much As He Wants

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — The NBA is a wonderful place in that the league showcases some of the best athletes in the world competing night in and night out for everyone to see. 316 more words


Baffoe: Even For A Tanking Team, The Bulls Are Embarrassing

By Tim Baffoe–

(CBS) The longest-tenured Chicago Bull is out indefinitely with a broken face after getting smoked by the fist of a bust 2015 first-round draft pick in practice Tuesday. 1,036 more words


Heat Boast Depth And Dedication As New Season Begins In Orlando

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ORLANDO (CBSMiami) – The Miami Heat have been ready to open the NBA season for weeks, even months.

The majority of the team that went a league-best 30-11 during the second half of last season has been in the gym all summer, working hard and preparing to continue that stretch in their new campaign. 383 more words


Schmeelk: A Precarious Situation For Jeff Hornacek

By John Schmeelk
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Jeff Hornacek has been placed in a bit of a difficult spot this season, even if it doesn’t seem that way on the surface. 857 more words


Paul George, Shaun Livingston, Kevin Ware Among Athletes Tweeting Support To Gordon Hayward

BOSTON (CBS) — Gordon Hayward joined an unfortunate list on Tuesday night when he suffered a gruesome injury which nobody will soon forget.

Immediately, the injury conjured up memories of some other comparably catastrophic scenes from Sean Livingston, Paul George and Kevin Ware on basketball courts over the past decade. 922 more words