The Warriors struck out a week ago on their bid to add the defensive-minded center, who instead chose to sign with his hometown Lakers.
by: Manning — SB Nation: Celtics Blog 3h
A 1-4 west coast swing, Brad Stevens criticizing his own coaching, Kyrie Irving calling for a veteran and a bottom-10 offense. Things haven’t started well in Boston, but where do the Celtics’ concerns rank compared to those around the league?
by: Basketball Insiders — Basketball Insiders 3h
The Butler Has Arrived in Philly If you’re a Sixers fan you have to be thrilled that their perennial number one picks, borne of spectacular franchise failure, are finally bearing fruit. Joel Embiid has more than lived up to his lofty billing and is...
by: Zach Buckley — Bleacher Report 4h
The 2018-19 Los Angeles Lakers might be good, subpar or —more than likely —somewhere in between. But the LeBron James-led Purple and Gold are nothing if not interesting...
by: Ryan Glasspiegel — The Big Lead 5h
Could this drama bring about a trade of Draymond?
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by: Sully Akbari — SB Nation: Raptors HQ 5h
In this week’s edition, the panel discuss Pascal Siakam’s ceiling, if OG Anunoby can be the next Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler’s fit with the 76ers, and Dwane Casey’s early tenure with the Pistons.
by: JANIE McCAULEY, AP Sports Writer — Houston Chronicle 7h
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - The Golden State Warriors don't expect Draymond Green's latest dustup with Kevin Durant to become a long-term issue for the two-time defending NBA champions. Nor do they expect the emotional Green to change after his one-game...
by: Ollie Charlwood — Fadeaway World 8h
After Draymond Green failed to get Kevin Durant the ball in the closing seconds of regulation vs the Clippers there was an
by: Janie McCauley — Chicago Tribune 9h
The Golden State Warriors don't expect Draymond Green's latest dustup with Kevin Durant to become a long-term issue for the two-time defending NBA champions.
by: Jay Cannon, USA TODAY Sports — USA Today 9h
Jimmy Butler was traded, LeBron James debuted in L.A. and conferences have started to reshuffle. It's all part of a wild first month of NBA season.
by: JANIE McCAULEYASSOCIATED PRESS — Press Democrat 14h
The two-time defending NBA champions don't expect the dustup to become a long-term issue.
by: Rebecca Wasik — Fansided: Golden Gate Sports 15h
The Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers went down to the wire, with Draymon d Green making a decision in the closing seconds that irked a teamma...
by: Rexwell Villas — Clutchpoints 15h
The Golden State Warriors were a bit shorthanded Tuesday night in their home game against the visiting Atlanta Hawks, which explains why young big man Damian Jones had an extended run on the floor. And though Stephen Curry and DeMarcus were not in...