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Derrick Rose may suit up for Game 3, in front of the Chicago Bulls' home crowd. Story: http://t.co/2W9pDbBS2Q
11 days ago
Steve Nash, Metta World Peace, Steve Blake, Jodie Meeks and, of course, Kobe Bryant will all miss Game 4 between the Lakers and Spurs.
21 days ago
Russell Westbrook misses the first game of his career and Kevin Durant scores a playoff career-high 41 points. Coincidence? I think not.
21 days ago
It's impossible for me to imagine this Miami Heat team losing four out of seven games in a postseason series. They're too good.
Would Kobe Bryant be willing to go to North Korea like Dennis Rodman did? Kobe: "I'd probably pass." Kimmel: "Oh, for once you're passing."
The New York Knicks have traded Ronnie Brewer to the Oklahoma City Thunder for a second-round pick. Brewer was just informed of the deal.
The Boston Celtics want to make a trade. Potential targets include DeMarcus Cousins, Rudy Gay and Marcin Gortat: http://t.co/b7u2UOdo
Once the New Orleans Pelicans' name change is official, don't be surprised if the Charlotte Bobcats once again become the Charlotte Hornets.
Jack Taylor from D-III Grinnell broke the NCAA scoring record tonight with 138 points. He shot 52 of 108 from field and 27 of 71 from three.
James Harden is the first player in NBA history to have at least 30 points and 12 assists in first game with a new team.
LeBron James has had an amazing year. He and Michael Jordan are the only players to win NBA MVP, Finals MVP and gold medal in the same year.
The Los Angeles Lakers improved at point guard and center, the two areas of concern for the Miami Heat. That would be an amazing series.
The Lakers are stacked now. Steve Nash, Kobe Bryant, Metta World Peace, Pau Gasol and Dwight Howard may be able to compete with the Heat.
Raymond Felton and Kurt Thomas to New York. Jared Jeffries and Dan Gadzuric to Portland. Felton will sign a three-year, $10 million deal.
The Lakers, Magic & Cavaliers are discussing three-team deal that may send Dwight Howard to LA and Andrew Bynum to CLE: http://t.co/uyTb
Three-team deal may send Dwight Howard to Lakers, Andrew Bynum to Cavs and picks/prospects/cap relief to Magic. Still trying to get details.
The Lakers, Magic and Cavaliers have discussed a three-team deal that would send Dwight Howard to Los Angeles, according to sources.
The Magic informed Dwight Howard that they are suspending trade talks, according to source. Orlando will now focus on their coaching search.
The Magic, Lakers and Rockets are discussing a three-team deal that sends Dwight Howard to LA and Andrew Bynum to HOU: http://t.co/7t5s3bf7
Busy 24 hours: Steve Nash to Lakers, Kyle Lowry to Raptors, Jamal Crawford to Clippers, Brandon Roy to Timberwolves, Jason Kidd to Knicks.
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