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How did NBA players perform?

It’s the NBA’s most boring month, but European basketball was at its best in September. The 2022 Eurobasket will be remembered as a fascinating and prediction-busting tournament, filled with NBA superstars and big upsets at every stage. Up to 35 NBA players represented their National Teams. This is how each one performed in arguably the most exciting Eurobasket of all …

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EuroBasket 2022 scores, results: Spain defeats France for title, Juancho Hernangomez scores 27 in championship

Getty Images EuroBasket 2022, the newest edition of the quadrennial tournament to determine the basketball champion of Europe, wrapped up Sunday with Spain defeating France, 88-76, in the title game. Spain was paced by Juancho Hernangomez and his 27 points, and he hit six 3-pointers in a 10-minute stretch at one point in the championship game. Luka Doncic and reigning champions …

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Warriors expect Andre Iguodala to return for 2022-23 NBA season

Report: Warriors expect Andre to return for another season originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea The Warriors reportedly are planning for veteran forward Andre Iguodala to return for a 19th NBA season. NBA insider Marc Stein reported the news Sunday in his Substack newsletter: “The Warriors, I’m told, do expect Iguodala to play for one more season but are prepared …

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Lakers are targeting three Jazz players in potential Westbrook trade

At this point of the offseason, it appears the only possible path to a Russell Westbrook trade for the Los Angeles Lakers is the Utah Jazz. The two teams have reportedly been having ongoing discussions to try to get a deal done. The signing of veteran guard Dennis Schroder has led some fans and observers to think a Westbrook trade …

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Kobe Bryant’s top 100 games: No. 42

In the second round of the 2001 NBA Playoffs, the Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento Kings met, and it looked like a legitimate rivalry was starting to brew between them. Los Angeles won the first two games at home, but both contests were close, making it seem as if the Kings would make things competitive as the series shifted to …

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Germany wins Eurobasket bronze vs. Poland with boost from Boston Celtics alum Dennis Schroder

The German National Team has won the European Basketball Championship bronze with an 82-69 victory over the Polish National Team in Eurobasket medal play on Sunday afternoon, the win driven by Boston Celtics alumnus Dennis Schroder. The German floor general had another excellent game for Germany, putting up 26 points, a rebound, 6 assists, and a steal in just under …

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Bulls sign Kostas Antetokounmpo, Giannis’ brother, to deal

Report: Bulls sign Kostas Antetokounmpo to camp deal originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago The Chicago Bulls are bringing an Antetokounmpo to training camp. Not that one. Kostas Antetokounmpo, the younger brother of the more famous and accomplished GIannis, will compete for a two-way contract, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania. Malcolm Hill, who held a two-way contract with the …

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Bulls signing Kostas Antetokounmpo to training camp deal

The Chicago Bulls are singing Kostas Antetokounmpoto a training camp, according to the Athletic’s Shams Charania. The 24-year old will compete for a two-way deal after spending last season with ASVEL Basket in France. The younger brother of former MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kostas has some NBA and G-League experience with the Mavericks and Lakers, respectively. He has a chance to …

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Draymond Green reveals why Warriors players thought Steve Kerr was ‘out of his mind’ when he took over in 2014

After two straight playoff appearances and a 51-win season, the Warriors firing Mark Jackson in the summer of 2014 was, for some, a surprising move. As has been well chronicled in the time since, Jackson’s dismissal was about more than basketball. But beneath the veil of a perennial punchline franchise ascending into the realm of respectability, there were basketball concerns …

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Kobe Bryant’s top 100 games: No. 45

In the late 1990s, the Los Angeles Lakers suffered a lot of pain and frustration at the hands of the Utah Jazz, who knocked them out of the playoffs convincingly in 1997 and 1998. But by the 2001-02 season, the tables had turned, as the Lakers were the two-time defending NBA champs while the Jazz were aging and declining. On …

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Kobe Bryant’s top 100 games: No. 44

In the late 1990s, the Delta Center in Salt Lake City was a house of horrors for the Los Angeles Lakers, as they lost two very decisive playoff series to the Utah Jazz in 1997 and 1998. But by the time Los Angeles won back-to-back NBA titles in 2000 and 2001, the Jazz’s intimidation factor had all but disappeared. Early …

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LeBron James is ‘happy’ Dennis Schroder is returning to Lakers

September is usually a dead period in the NBA, but there have been some moves made this month, and that has included the Los Angeles Lakers. On Friday, they signed veteran guard Dennis Schroder to a one-year contract for $2.64 million to add depth and versatility to their backcourt. It marks a return to the Purple and Gold for the …

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Ames High School dedicates gym to Harrison Barnes

Former UNC basketball standout Harrison Barnes has had a lengthy NBA career after playing two seasons in Chapel Hill. But before Barnes arrived at UNC and proceeded to play in the NBA, he got his start in Ames, Iowa. And now his high school is honoring the forward. Barnes was inducted into the Ames High School Hall of Fame and …

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WATCH: Players react to 17-10 loss against Tulane

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Kobe Bryant’s top 100 games: No. 46

In the summer of 2007, Kobe Bryant demanded a trade, and it looked like it was the end of the Los Angeles Lakers as fans had come to know them. Even though they somehow started the 2007-08 season off well, something was missing. When center Andrew Bynum, the chief reason for their strong start, suffered a knee injury in mid-January, …

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Kobe Bryant’s top 100 games: No. 47

Early in the 2006-07 season, the Los Angeles Lakers were getting the most out of their limited talent, as they got off to a 15-6 start. They were playing so well that Kobe Bryant, just a season removed from averaging 35.4 points a game, was trusting his teammates and distributing the ball more than he had in years. But after …

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