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NBA rumors: Would Kyrie Irving sign with Nets, pair with D’Angelo Russell? It seems that’s a real possibility - nj.com
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Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving will be a free agent and he might want to sign with the Brooklyn Nets to play with D'Angelo Russell.
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Orlando Magic president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman again took a patient approach to the team. It paid off. But success will demand action. When ...
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Many members of the Memphis Grizzlies organization were quick to reach out to Toronto's Marc Gasol to congratulate him his latest NBA accomplishment. The N...
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We're in the NBA Finals. No big deal. Not at all.
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Hmm, so LeBron James has been reaching out to Jimmy Butler and Kawhi Leonard.
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The side will take on the Golden State Warriors for the title
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Each NBA franchise has its share of celebrity fans that can be seen courtside cheering on their team, trolling opposing players and generally having a good time.