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Offseason Thoughts: The Western Conference

Dallas Mavericks – Harrison Barnes, Andrew Bogut, Dwight Powell, Deron Williams, Seth Curry, Dorian Finney-Smith and A.J. Hammons

I’m not as down as many on Dallas’ offseason, but when you consider the last decade has been mostly dick teases of Dallas getting a star player, I can understand why people are frustrated with this result. 2,563 more words

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Kevin Durant: A Game Changer

Kevin Durant has agreed to sign with the… Golden State Warriors?!?! Yes, this is true. So, now what?

Is there an issue with this signing? Well, Durant has the right to go wherever he would like to because he is a free agent. 1,159 more words

Nate "The Great" Thurmond Passes at Age 74

Warriors legend Nate “The Great” Thurmond has passed away at age 74 after a short battle with leukemia. Considered to be one of the top 50 greatest NBA players of all time, Thurmond’s’ resume boasts the following: 264 more words

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Terrence Jones Signs With Pelicans

The New Orleans Pelicans have been pretty active so far this summer. They’ve reshaped a majority of the roster with an emphasis on getting tougher on D and securing a few more shooters. 187 more words

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Conference on the Rise?

By: Lawrence Edwards

The Eastern NBA conference has been viewed as being the weakest link in the league for some time now. It has basically been LeBron’s playground for the last few years, with the Celtics spoiling his efforts a couple of times in between. 718 more words

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Jared Sullinger, Toronto Raptors reportedly agree to one-year deal

It didn’t take long for Jared Sullinger to get swooped up in free agency. He went into this summer as a restricted free agent for the Boston Celtics, but after the team made their big splash in free agency with the Al Horford signing, the Celtics rescinded their qualifying offer to Sullinger. 214 more words

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After 19 seasons and five titles, Spurs forward Tim Duncan retires from NBA

Tim Duncan, regarded as the best power forward in NBA history, announced his retirement from the San Antonio Spurs on Monday. And true to the form, the always understated Duncan announced his retirement with a simple team press release. 391 more words

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