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The truth behind the Nuggets-Suns viral fight, revealed

The series between the Denver Nuggets and Phoenix Suns didn’t go well for the home team as Chris Paul, Devin Booker, and Chris paul’s squad brought out the brooms and ended the series in four games. The series ended with Nikola Jokic being tossed after a flagrant 2 foul, ruining his MVP season earlier than anybody had hoped.
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Nets Announce Change To James Harden’s Game 5 Status

The last week has seen the Brooklyn Nets‘ NBA Title chances plunge. After blowing out the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 2, the team lost a slugfest in Milwaukee in Game 3, and in the first half of Game 4, Kyrie Irving went down with a sprained ankle, sidelining him along with James Harden.
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Rumor: What Knicks are willing to trade for Blazers star Damian Lillard

The New York Knicks are reportedly monitoring the Damian Lillard situation with the Portland Trail Blazers. The Knicks have the assets to make an intriguing trade offer, including five first-round picks over the next three years, and the New York Post’s Marc Berman claims they “are likely willing to include three first-round picks in a Lillard deal.” New York also has cap space to make a deal easier to pull off.
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Greg Oden: Where The Former No.1 Overall NBA Draft Pick Is Today

One of the biggest fears in many people’s lives is not living up to the expectations of others. In sports, when an athlete doesn’t live up to the hype, we often call that person a “bust.” When you google “the biggest busts in sports history,” Greg Oden’s name is on just about every list. Oden was the first overall pick in the 2007 NBA Draft, but a series of injuries ended his NBA career early. It’s been a while since Greg Oden has been in the spotlight, so let’s take a look and see where he is today.
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Kawhi Leonard opens up on late injury in Game 4 vs. Jazz

The LA Clippers came away with a Game 4 win against the Utah Jazz on Monday night, 118-104. Late in the game, however, a concerning sight appeared in the form of Kawhi Leonard grabbing at his knee. With 5:25 remaining in the fourth quarter and the Clippers up 105-88, Joe...
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D’Angelo Russell rips ‘idiot’ former Lakers head coach

It’s no secret that D’Angelo Russell’s time with the Los Angeles Lakers was not exactly the most memorable stage of his career. After being selected second overall by the Lakers in 2015, things did not exactly pan out for the young point guard in Hollywood. He was out of there after just two seasons.
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Charles Barkley Says There’s 1 Reason To Hate Skip Bayless

Love or hate Charles Barkley as a personality and NBA analyst, you know he’ll always speak his mind. That is the case with the league that he covers, and with the rest of the sports media world: including some recent shots at FS1’s Skip Bayless. During a recent interview with...
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Shaquille O’Neal Isn’t Happy With 1 All-NBA Selection

On Tuesday night, the NBA announced the three All-NBA teams. Right off the bat, Shaquille O’Neal wasn’t happy about one of the first-team picks. Luka Doncic got the nod at guard on the first team over Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard, who led the second team. Doncic received 55 first-place votes compared to Lillard’s 38.
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Report: Celtics want next head coach to meet these criteria

The Boston Celtics might have added incentive to keep tabs on the Atlanta Hawks' playoff run and offseason. Hawks interim head coach Nate McMillan is an "under-the-radar contender" to be the Celtics next head coach if he doesn't re-sign with Atlanta, Bleacher Report's Jake Fischer reported Monday. McMillan is expected...
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LeBron James, Donovan Mitchell and more NBA players react to Kevin Durant's historic playoff performance

Kyrie Irving wasn't available. James Harden was clearly struggling as he played through a hamstring injury. The Nets trailed the Bucks by 16 points at halftime. But Brooklyn did have Kevin Durant, and in Tuesday night's pivotal Game 5, that was enough. The former NBA MVP delivered a historic playoff performance in the Nets' 114-108 win. He rang up 49 points, 17 rebounds, 10 assists, three steals and two blocks while shooting 16 of 23 from the field, 4 of 9 from 3-point range and 13 of 16 at the free throw line.