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‘Our league definitely got this wrong’

The NBA announced its discipline of Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver on Tuesday, fining the billionaire $10 million and suspending him from all league functions for one year. While those are stiff penalties by most standards, many felt the league didn’t go far enough. That group now includes LeBron James The Los Angeles Lakers superstar tweeted his displeasure …

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‘He’s still a bucket’ – Kendrick Perkins on why Celtics should sign Carmelo Anthony

Should the Boston Celtics sign Carmelo Anthony? One former- Celtic big man certainly thinks so. During an interview with Bally Sports’ Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson, Kendrick Perkins explained why his old club ought to bring Anthony into the fold. With Danilo Gallinari likely out for the season, the Celtics are a little thin on the wing. And given Gallinari was …

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Donovan Mitchell thought he would be traded to New York Knicks

Donovan Mitchell made it clear — he is excited to be in Cleveland and see what these young Cavaliers can become. But Mitchell thought he was going to be traded to the Knicks. Just like everyone around the league expected. “Once Rudy [Gobert] got traded, I kind of saw the writing on the wall. You know, I think we all …

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Newest Cavs star Mitchell gets warm welcome in Cleveland

CLEVELAND (AP) From the moment he arrived, Donovan Mitchell received the kind of love once reserved in this city for his basketball idol. The New York kid, who grew up cheering for Cleveland from afar while wondering what it was like to be LeBron James, got his first taste. ”Blew me away,” he said. Two weeks after being acquired from …

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Robert Covington knows his role in star-studded Clippers lineup

Forward Robert Covington says he understands his role with the Clippers. (David Zalubowski / Associated Press) Robert Covington stood near a rack of bright Nike shorts inside Dick’s Sporting Goods on Tuesday when a preteen boy in sunglasses walked over wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the Clippers wing’s personal motto and also the name of his foundation: Allergic to Failure. …

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Top NBA rookies for the 2022-23 season

Special to Yahoo Sports Fantasy football may be in full swing, but don’t look now because the start of the NBA season is just over a month away. That means it’s time to begin preparing for fantasy basketball drafts, which will begin tipping off in earnest over the next several weeks. Part of the evaluation process for any fantasy player …

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Cavaliers’ Donovan Mitchell says he expected to be dealt to Knicks: ‘I thought for sure I was going back home’

Donovan Mitchell was formally introduced as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday. After being greeted at the airport by a legion of diehard fans, he then addressed the media during his introductory press conference. The weeks and months leading up to his eventual trade were, of course, a key subject.  During one answer, Mitchell said he didn’t know …

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Where Steph Curry’s potential lifetime contract ranks among major endorsements

Where Steph Curry’s potential lifetime contract ranks among major endorsements originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia Steph Curry reportedly is in line to sign a lifetime contract with Under Armour worth “potentially more than $1 billion,” according to Rolling Stone. His current contract with the company, which is due to expire in 2024, is reportedly worth $20 million. The Warriors …

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K-State looking for DJ Giddens to emerge as second running back

All-American running back Deuce Vaughn is quite the luxury for Kansas State. The third-year tailback has 271 rushing yards in the Wildcats’ first two games and three rushing touchdowns and dating back to the 2021 season, Vaughn has eclipsed 100 rushing yards in eight consecutive games. He also has at least one rushing touchdown in all eight games. On Saturday, …

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Knicks not interested in Blake Griffin, LaMarcus Aldridge or Carmelo Anthony

Field Level Media Wolves reprimand Edwards for homophobic social media remark MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The Minnesota Timberwolves reprimanded star guard Anthony Edwards on Monday for homophobic comments he made on an Instagram video and later apologized for. ”We are disappointed in the language and actions Anthony Edwards displayed on social media,” president of basketball operations Tim Connelly said in a statement …

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A conversation with Celtics culture-setter and NBA DPOY Marcus Smart

No NBA team shifted its energy more than the Boston Celtics last season, and nobody shifts their energy better than Marcus Smart, which makes the eight-year veteran a uniquely impactful player in the league. Yet, he never gets his due. Critics clamored all of last season for a traditional starting point guard to corral Boston’s offense, even though, as Smart …

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Cincere Mason graded by PFF as best DB in coverage

Pro Football Focus has been grading college football teams and players since 2014 and depending on the number can either be cheered or maligned. For Kansas State’s Cincere Mason, the most recent number is a good one for him. It is easy to see why Mason might grade out the highest of any defensive back in coverage to start the …

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Just how good is Kristaps Porzingis when healthy?

Just how good is Porzingis when healthy? originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington Kristaps Porzingis’ reputation as an NBA player has a well-established duality between his talent and availability. Yes, he’s good, but he has had some trouble staying healthy. Porzingis has spoken about that himself and at length. During his introductory press conference with the Wizards, he stated his …

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Four Boston Celtics alumni battle as France beats Italy 93-85 in overtime to advance in EuroBasket play

The Italian National Team fell to the French National Team 93-85 in overtime in EuroBasket play on Wednesday afternoon, Italy coming up short against the 2020 Tokyo silver medalists and their deeper reserve of NBA-caliber talent in the European Basketball Championship. On the French side of things, former Boston Celtics shooting guard Evan Fournier put up 17 points, 3 rebounds, …

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Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson announces retirement plans after 24 years with conference

USATSI Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson announced plans Wednesday to step down after 24 years leading the conference. The one and only commissioner in the Mountain West’s history, Thompson’s influence during his tenure extends beyond his conference’s footprint as a visible figure throughout the NCAA Division I landscape — most recently with the expansion of the College Football Playoff field …

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Daryl Morey says James Harden’s hamstring is ‘in a great place,’ 76ers ‘don’t even need five-years-ago James’

James Harden was not fully healthy last season, having strained his hamstring — and then played on it — in the 2021 playoffs. After the Philadelphia 76ers’ season-ending loss against the Miami Heat in May, he said he was “finally starting to kind of feel OK again,” but it had been frustrating “trying to get right throughout the course of …

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Rockets’ Jalen Green ranks No. 11 in top players under 25

In January 2022, HoopsHype polled 15 NBA executives and asked them to rank their top five players to build around who are under 25 years old. Earlier this month, HoopsHype repeated that exercise ahead of the 2022-23 season, and a few changes were evident. Most notably for our audience, second-year Houston Rockets guard Jalen Green — who wasn’t on the …

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Candid Coaches: More than one year in, is name, image and likeness helping or hurting college athletics?

CBS Sports college basketball writers Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander surveyed roughly 100 coaches for our annual Candid Coaches series. They polled everyone from head coaches at elite programs to assistants at some of the smallest Division I schools. In exchange for complete anonymity, the coaches provided unfiltered honesty about a number of topics. Over the next few weeks, we’ll …

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