Heisler: With Kyrie Irving, Jimmy Butler looking wiggy, list of stars who might be available keeps growing
by: Mark Heisler — Orange Country Register 22m
With Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard among 230 potential free agents, additional stars who could be available via trades (Anthony Davis, John Wall, etc.), and more than half the teams in the league …
by: Nick Gelso — CLNS 57m
Re: Aron Baynes’ impact tonight “I thought he was really good. I thought again the bench came in that first quarter and did a great job of getting us a lead, and then – and then we didn’t play very well in the last eight minutes or so of the...
by: CLNS_Nick — SB Nation: Celtics Blog 2h
Are the Celtics turning the corner? Toscano, Murray and Pavon discuss...
by: N/A — SNY: SNY Nets 3h
Faried will sign with the Rockets, who may trade Carmelo Anthony to open up roster spot for the center.
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by: bmark86 — The Sports Daily: Reds Army 4h
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big story line. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. Marcus Smart continued his ho…
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom Lane) — Celtic Life 7h
I admit it! I was worried and still am - to a point. Kevin McHale once called his friend Danny Ainge, "One cold-blooded character" who ...
by: rob.bradford — WEEI: Green Street 8h
It's time for Kyrie Irving to let his game do all the talking.
NBA scores, highlights: DeMarcus Cousins impresses in Warriors debut; D'Angelo Russell drops 40 for red-hot Nets - CBSSports.com
by: Colin Ward-Henninger — CBS Sports 12h
Cousins' Warriors debut highlighted the seven-game NBA schedule on Friday night
by: Chris Forsberg — NBC Sports Boston 1h
BOSTON — Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens believes Kyrie Irving had “good intentions” when he made public his phone call to LeBron James after Wednesday’s win. Irving’s comments, which included
by: N/A — SNY: SNY Nets 8h
D'Angelo Russell matched his career high with 40 points and the Brooklyn Nets came back from a 21-point deficit to beat the Orlando Magic 117-115 on Friday night.