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  • Report: Warriors players recruited Kevin Durant all season

    The Warriors will reportedly meet with Kevin Durant on Friday in The Hamptons.

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  • Why trading for Rubio would be practical move for Kings

    Someone has to man the point for Sacramento. Free agents Rajon Rondo and Seth Curry are still options at the position, but one is about to get grossly overpaid and the other is not considered a starting lead guard in the NBA. Adding to the Kings angst is the fact that the free agent market is…

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  • Durant, Wade, Duncan make first moves to NBA future

    NBA stars Kevin Durant, Dwyane Wade and Tim Duncan have made their first steps toward deciding where they will play next season, or in Duncan's case if he will play at all. Oklahoma City forward Durant, set to play for the US Olympic squad in Rio in August, was expected to meet with the Thunder…

  • Blakely: Boston becoming a favored destination for free agents

    It’s easy to point to the Celtics having a ton of salary cap space, which in itself makes them a possible landing spot for players who we all know will be hauling in max to near-max salaries this offseason.
  • Pistons trade Jodie Meeks to Magic

    The three-point specialist has played only 63 games in the past two seasons because of injuries.

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  • Report: Warriors will guarantee Livingston's contract

    It appears that Shaun Livingston will return to the Warriors for the 2016-17 season. Golden State is "definitely keeping the veteran point guard," according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Back in the summer of 2013, Livingston signed a 3-year contract worth around $16.6 million, with the final year…

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  • Kyrie Irving plans to razz Warriors on Team USA about the Finals

    Kyrie Irving has plans to get on the nerves of the three Warriors in this shot . One of the coolest things about USA Basketball is that it allows players who spend most of their careers as rivals to be teammates. Star players can take on new roles — just remember Kobe Bryant as a defensive…

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  • Report: Durant to meet Warriors Friday in The Hamptons

    Kevin Durant will meet with the Thunder on Thursday in Oklahoma City before free agency opens, according to multiple reports. The Warriors will then reportedly meet with Durant on Friday in The Hamptons. The Spurs will visit with Durant on Saturday, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.

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  • Report: Nets plan to trade or waive ex-Warriors PG Jack

    Veteran point guard Jarrett Jack will be on a new team for the 2016-17 season. The Brooklyn Nets are attempting to trade the 11-year veteran, but if they can't find a team to take Jack, they will waive him, according to The Vertical. Jack is scheduled to make $6.3 million next season, and if he's…

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  • Harrison Barnes: 'I want to come back' to Warriors

    Harrison Barnes will become a restricted free agent on July 1. "The first thing is, I want to come back," Barnes told SiriusXM NBA Radio. With the Warriors gearing up to make a run at Kevin Durant, Barnes' future in Golden State is uncertain.

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  • JR Smith sees US Open champion and takes a drive

    AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith showed off a pretty good shot Wednesday - not on the court, but on the practice range at Firestone Country Club.

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  • Eric Bledsoe gathered his new super-young teammates for workouts

    Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe, a 26-year old about to enter the prime of his career, needs to make this right. Bledsoe has undergone three meniscus repair surgeries in his short NBA career, and he was unable to play a single game in the “2016” part of the 2015-2016 season due to an operation on…

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  • Magic's Frank Vogel announces his assistant coaches

    New Orlando Magic coach Frank Vogel has finalized his staff. The team announced Wednesday that Vogel has hired Chad Forcier, Corliss Williamson and David Adelman as his assistant coaches, while Jay Hernandez has been retained from Scott Skiles' staff as an assistant and player development coach.

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  • NBA Free Agency: Pacific

    Ethan Norof breaks down the Warriors, Clippers, Lakers, Suns & Kings ahead of the 2016 NBA Free Agent Frenzy in the Pacific Division.

  • Here they go again: Mavs set to chase free agents again

    The Dallas Mavericks again will seek major upgrades in free agency, a year after DeAndre Jordan's jolting change of heart ruined their plans. Miami's Hassan Whiteside is expected to be among the top targets for Dallas, along with Memphis point guard Mike Conley. Parsons opted out of the final year…

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  • NBA pressure might spark change to controversial N.C. bathroom law

    NBA Commissioner Adam Silver (left) and Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan pose for a photo during a June 23, 2015, news conference to announce Charlotte, N.C., as the site of the 2017 NBA All-Star Game. Back in March, the NBA proclaimed itself “deeply concerned” by the signing of North…

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  • Legendary college basketball coach Pat Summitt dies

    Pat Summitt, the iconic former coach of the University of Tennessee women's basketball team, died Tuesday at the age of 64. Summitt was diagnosed in August 2011 with early onset Alzheimer's disease. "It is with tremendous sadness that I announce the passing of my mother, Patricia Sue Head Summitt.

  • Blazers give qualifying offers to Harkless, Leonard, Crabbe

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- The Portland Trail Blazers have extended qualifying offers to guard Allen Crabbe and forwards Myers Leonard and Maurice Harkless.

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  • LeBron declines option but expected to stay with Cavs

    LeBron James, fresh off guiding the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first NBA title, is headed for free agency after officially declining the $24 million player option on his contract. While the move frees James to talk to other teams, he isn't expected to leave Cleveland but to negotiate a new…

  • Thunder to play 2 preseason games in Spain

    The Oklahoma City Thunder will play two preseason games in Spain as part of the NBA Global Games Europe 2016.

    The Associated Press