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Scottie Pippen on difference between Giannis Antetokounmpo, Ben Simmons: 'Giannis don't mind being humiliated'

Ben Simmons has been widely blamed for the No. 1 seed Philadelphia 76ers losing in the second round to the underdog and injury-riddled Atlanta Hawks. While Simmons was hardly the only issue for the 76ers, he scored only five points in Game 7 of that series and was held to single digits in each of the final three games. More distressingly, he shot only 33.3 percent from the foul line, including a miserable 4-of-14 mark in a Game 5 loss that saw the 76ers blow a 26-point lead.
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Tyler Herro, two Miami Heat coaches offer help after 12-story condo building collapses

MIAMI -- Heat guard Tyler Herro was working out Thursday morning with assistant coaches Chris Quinn and Eric Glass when they were told there was a more pressing need. Before long, Herro, Quinn and Glass had left the team's arena for the short drive north to Surfside, Florida, where a 12-story beachfront condo building collapsed around 1:30 a.m. At least three people were killed, nearly a hundred were unaccounted for and teams of rescuers were searching the rubble with hope of finding anyone alive.
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Heat send help: After building collapse, NBA team rallies

MIAMI --  Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro was working out Thursday morning with assistant coaches Chris Quinn and Eric Glass, when they were told there was a more pressing need. Before long, Herro, Quinn and Glass had left the teams arena for the short drive north to Surfside, Florida, where a 12-story beachfront condo building collapsed around 1:30 a.m. At least one person was killed, dozens were unaccounted for and teams of rescuers were searching rubble with hope of finding anyone alive.
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Nation’s number 2 basketball recruit to visit UofM

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Memphis Tigers Head Basketball Coach Penny Hardaway is still working the recruiting trail, and not just for this season -- 2022 Recruit Jalen Duren is visiting the Uof M this week. He’s the number-two ranked prospect in the nation according to 24/7 Sports. Duren is a...
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JTA hopes to follow in Iguodala's footsteps for Warriors

More than a few Warriors fans long for a reunion with Andre Iguodala, and it doesn’t matter that he’ll turn 38 years old next season. There are significant barriers, of course, but that doesn’t stop nostalgia from tugging at the heart. The chatter has made its way into the ears...
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NBA says refs missed FT violations by Bucks' Antetokounmpo

The NBA's Last Two Minute Report for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals said that Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo should have been called for a 10-second violation on each of a pair of late-game free throws. "Antetokounmpo (MIL) takes longer than ten seconds to release his free throw...
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NBA L2M: Giannis Should've Been Called for 10-Second FT Violations in Game 1

Giannis Antetokounmpo's extensive setup routine on free-throw attempts has been an ongoing storyline this postseason, but the Milwaukee Bucks star got away with two 10-second violations late in Wednesday's Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Per ESPN's Tim Bontemps, the NBA's last-two minute report from the game showed Antetokounmpo...
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Heat Star Tyler Herro Rushes To Help At Miami Condo Collapse Site

Heat star Tyler Herro is rushing in to give his fellow Miamians a big assist ... showing up at the scene of the tragic South Florida condo collapse Thursday to offer a helping hand. The 21-year-old NBA player and his assistant coach, Chris Quinn, were spotted on the scene just...
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Tyler Herro, Heat coaches offer help after South Florida building collapses

Miami Heat star Tyler Herro and two coaches were on the scene on Thursday to offer assistance after a 12-story condominium collapsed in South Florida. According to ESPN, Herro was working out with assistant coaches Chris Quinn and Eric Glass when they were told about the building collapse in Surfside, just a little over 10 miles away from the Heat practice facility. The trio drove to the site and was spotted bringing supplies to first responders on the scene.
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Pacers hire Rick Carlisle, shake up NBA coaching search

In major news few seemed to predict, the Pacers have hired Rick Carlisle to be their next head coach, returning Carlilse to the team he coached before he took over the Dallas Mavericks. ESPN first reported the news. Carlisle left the Mavs earlier this month following a front office upheaval....
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Rick Carlisle Reportedly to Sign 4-Year, $29M Contract as New Pacers Head Coach

The Indiana Pacers are reportedly set to rehire Rick Carlisle as their new head coach to replace Nate Bjorkgren, who was fired after the 2020-21 NBA season. ESPN's Tim MacMahon reported Carlisle, who stepped down from the same position with the Dallas Mavericks last week, agreed to a four-year, $29 million contract. He previously served as Indiana's head coach from 2003 through 2007.