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Rockets forward KJ Martin reportedly drawing trade interest around NBA

In search of more playing time entering his third NBA season, reserve forward KJ Martin reportedly approached the Houston Rockets earlier this offseason about a potential trade to another team. As of early August, it still hasn’t happened. But with the Rockets having added two highly touted first-round rookie forwards in the 2022 draft, Jabari Smith Jr. and Tari Eason, the …

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List of the sidekicks Sixers employed next to superstar Allen Iverson

When one remembers Philadelphia 76ers legend Allen Iverson, one will remember two things: his elite scoring ability and his willingness to put his body on the line every night and play through injury in order to help his team win. Iverson averaged 27.6 points and 6.1 assists in his career for Philadelphia and he ended up winning four scoring titles. …

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Bennedict Mathurin, Kendall Brown throw out first pitch for Indy Indians

Indiana Pacers rookies Bennedict Mathurin and Kendall Brown on Friday each threw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Indianapolis Indians, the Triple-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Mathurin and Brown were among those on hand to take in the festivities at Victory Field as the Indians hosted the Louisville Bats, the Cincinnati Reds’ Triple-A team. The event marked one …

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Stephen Curry responds to Mike James calling him “one dimensional”

Stephen Curry, Unanimous Media And Talent Resources Sports Celebrate The 2022 ESPYs Stephen Curry — four NBA championships, two MVPs, Finals MVP, greatest shooter the game has ever seen — is one-dimensional. At least sometimes, according to former NBA player Mike James, who currently plays for Monaco in the French league. James went on the “Players Choice: We are not …

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Arkansas adds two more to nonconference schedule

The Arkansas basketball schedule for 2022-23 is nearing completion now. WholeHogSports reported on Friday that coach Eric Musselman and the Razorbacks added two more to their nonconference slate. Arkansas will host Fordham on November 11 and North Carolina-Greensboro on December 6. Last week, the Razorbacks added San Jose State to the slate. So far, five of Arkansas’ nonconference home games …

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Goran Dragic to play for Slovenia in EuroBasket

The heart and soul for Slovenia is back. Bulls guard Goran Dragic posted on Twitter on Friday that he would indeed be representing his country of Slovenia in the upcoming EuroBasket this fall. This content is not available due to your privacy preferences. Update your settings here to see it. The 14-year NBA veteran along with Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka …

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ESPN gives C+ grade to Bulls

This offseason for the Chicago Bulls was focused on bringing back All-Star Zach LaVine, which was a success. The Bulls also added some more depth to their bench, signing veterans Andre Drummond and Goran Dragic. But, these moves, after falling to the Milwaukee Bucks in five games in the first-round of the playoffs, may leave Bulls fans wanting more, which …

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Top remaining NBA unrestricted free agents, including Carmelo Anthony, DeMarcus Cousins, Montrezl Harrell

At this point in the offseason, most of the big-name free agents are already off the board. However, that doesn’t mean there’s a dearth of available talent. On the contrary, there are a plethora of productive players who could prove very impactful still waiting to be signed. Here’s a look at 10 of the top remaining unrestricted free agents currently …

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NBA insiders overwhelmingly feel Donovan Mitchell would leave Jazz as free agent in 2025, per report

Getty Images The Utah Jazz have a number of viable reasons for exploring a Donovan Mitchell trade. Even when they had Rudy Gobert, they’d proven on several occasions that they were not capable of winning a championship. Without him, they had no obvious way of rebuilding a contender before Mitchell’s 2025 free agency. Outside free agents rarely want to come …

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Ignore them, “control what you can control”

Jayson Tatum has not seen his name in any legitimate trade rumors this summer. He is now the cornerstone of Boston’s championship hopes and, as such, is off the table. However, just about every other Celtic has seen their name pop up — there are Jaylen Brown rumors, Marcus Smart rumors, plus Derrick White, Robert Williams III and others have …

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NCAA hoops leagues grapple with unequal pay for women’s refs

The NCAA earned praise last year when it agreed to pay referees at its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments equally. The gesture only cost about $100,000, a tiny fraction of the roughly $900 million networks pay annually to broadcast March Madness. Now, as the NCAA examines various disparities across men’s and women’s sports, pressure is rising to also pay referees …

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Eagles RB Boston Scott to miss time with a concussion

The Wall Street Journal The Yankees’ Dream Is a World Series. Their Nightmare Is Aaron Judge on the Mets. Serious Yankee fans are edgy at the moment—the Pinstripes lost two of three to the Mighty Mariners this week, are under .500 since the All-Star break, and the starting pitching has been messy for a bit. After all, these Yankees are …

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Draymond Green, Kyle Kuzma say Austin Reaves should keep nickname

This past season, Los Angeles Lakers swingman Austin Reaves became a fan favorite and a diamond in the rough. As an undrafted rookie, it was initially thought he may spend time in the G League, but he quickly got a considerable amount of playing time and proved he could play well. Reaves has shown a versatile skill set and visceral …

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Nothing “imminent,” Jazz would carry him into season

The latest update on the Donovan Mitchell trade front remains there is no update. Utah is still looking to trade Mitchell, and the Knicks remain the clear frontrunner because they have the first-round picks the Jazz seek, but the sides are not close and Utah is willing to carry Mitchell into the season rather than settle for less than their …

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Knicks don’t want to trade Derrick Rose

Tony Jones: The Knicks don’t want to unload Derrick Rose. He’s long been a favorite of Tom Thibodeau. I know the Knicks want to hang onto him and Grimes. Those guys are priorities.Source: Michael Scotto @ HoopsHype More on this storyline   The Lakers had conversations about joining the Jazz and Knicks a few weeks ago in a potential three-team trade, league …

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Donovan Mitchell, Pat Beverley, Bojan Bogdanovic, Mike Conley, Jordan Clarkson

HoopsHype’s Michael Scotto and Jazz beat writer Tony Jones share the latest updates on trade talks between the Jazz and Knicks surrounding Donovan Mitchell. Plus, the possibility that Patrick Beverley, Bojan Bogdanovic, Jordan Clarkson, Mike Conley, Malik Beasley and others are traded, and more on the latest edition of the HoopsHype podcast. For more interviews with players, coaches, and media …

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Warriors’ Draymond delivers great analogy comparing 2017 squad to 1998 Bulls

Draymond’s perfect analogy comparing 2017 Warriors, 1998 Bulls originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea The conversation on who would win between the 1998 Chicago Bulls and 2017 Warriors rages on. On Thursday’s episode of the “Draymond Green Show,” Draymond Green used an apt internet analogy when comparing the two. “Can you compare AOL to high-speed internet of today?” Green asked …

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Mike Smith goes overseas for pro ball

Former Michigan point guard Mike Smith has landed a professional basketball contract overseas. It was announced that Smith has agreed to sign with Astoria, who plays in the Poland basketball league. Astoria won the league title back in 2018. The former starting point guard came to Michigan for the 2020-2021 season after playing four years for Columbia in the Ivy …

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Dragic makes it official, will join Doncic playing for Slovenia at EuroBasket

BASKETBALL-EURO-2017-SLO-SBR There will be some top-flight NBA talent playing in EuroBasket this September. Giannis Antetokounmpo — and all three of his brothers — will suit up for Greece. Nikola Jokic will play for Serbia. Rudy Gobert will play for France. Domantas Sabonis will lace them up for Lithuania. Now add Goran Dragic to a Slovenian team that already had Luka …

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Warriors’ Steph Curry hits the court with campers at Curry Camp 2022

It’s that time of the year. The return of Steph Curry’s camp is officially here. The Golden State Warriors star point guard is hosting 26 top high school boys and girls basketball prospects in San Francisco. Along with helping players on the court, the reigning NBA Finals Most Valuable Player joined the high school players on the floor for some …

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