As we know, NBA GMs have an addiction to trading draft picks. How will that play out with respect to this summer's draft?
Before the Portland Trail Blazers fell into a rut in the month of March in wake of their leading-scorer, LaMarcus Aldridge, sustaining a back injury that kept him sidelined for two weeks, they were fighting for home-court advantage in the rocky road that is the Western Conference.
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The Milwaukee Bucks have had, by almost any measure, a disaster of a season. But they're not as bad off as they could be.
In a memo issued to teams and officials, and made public online, the NBA is emphasizing verticality. Just in time for a likely Pacers/Heat Eastern Conference finals largely affected by verticality!
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Nikola Vucevic, whose nickname really should be "Tesla," and Tim Duncan, who needs no nickname, are the players of the week. And that's perfect for a season defined by tanking and the elite Western Conference.
The Utah Jazz could, potentially, make a splash next season by going on their own unlikely, Phoenix Suns-like run. Or they could trip, fall, bang their heads, forget where they are heading and find themselves right back here, where the grass grows at a snail-like pace.
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There is no correct way to ingest sports. As you stand ashore the gushing stream of news and notes originating in
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