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  1. White Mamba Minute - How women affect NBA players
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    White Mamba Minute - How women affect NBA players

  2. Why Kobe Bryant isn't looking for a storybook ending at All-Star Game
    Michael Lee of The Vertical

    Why Kobe Bryant isn't looking for a storybook ending at All-Star Game

  3. Pro basketball trainer Rob McClanaghan trainer
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    Pro basketball trainer Rob McClanaghan trainer

  4. R.C. Buford Interview
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    R.C. Buford Interview

  5. Josh Kroenke interview
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    Josh Kroenke interview

  6. Meet the unlikely guru to the NBA's All-Star dunkers
    Jeff Eisenberg

    Meet the unlikely guru to the NBA's All-Star dunkers

  7. The Vertical Podcast with Woj: Yao Ming
    Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical

    The Vertical Podcast with Woj: Yao Ming

  • Zach LaVine wins dunk thriller to cap All-Star Saturday

    Aaron Gordon soared over his mascot, but nobody flies higher than Zach LaVine in the slam dunk contest. LaVine was perfect just a little longer than Gordon and won a thrilling final event to cap off an entertaining NBA All-Star Saturday. LaVine captured his second straight dunk title - and a second…

    The Associated Press
  • Tracy McGrady recreates classic All-Star highlight, shows his age

    Plus, the Celebrity Game MVP attempted to make a political statement before ESPN stopped him.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Why Kobe Bryant isn't looking for a storybook ending at All-Star Game

    Kobe Bryant doesn't want his teammates to cater to him during his final All-Star appearance.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Heat's Chris Bosh says more exams coming on his injured calf

    All-Star forward Chris Bosh will have more exams on his strained right calf when he gets back to Miami, possibly as early as Monday to determine the status and severity of the problem. Bosh came to Toronto with hopes of participating in Saturday's 3-point contest and Sunday's All-Star Game, but…

    The Associated Press
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    Guide to the NBA trade deadline: Thunder

    Oklahoma City has the team to make a deep playoff run, but a subtle move might be possible.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Europe likely to land NBA All-Star Game before Asia: Silver

    By Frank Pingue TORONTO (Reuters) - The NBA is considering bringing its All-Star Weekend overseas and Europe would be the likely host over Asia given the shorter amount of travel involved for players, Commissioner Adam Silver said on Saturday. With Toronto currently hosting the league's first…

    Reuters
  • Popovich ponders the Warriors more than any team he's ever faced

    But that doesn't mean the Spurs coach is watching Golden State just to figure out a way to beat them.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Carmelo Anthony says he has no plans to leave Knicks

    Carmelo Anthony said Saturday he has no plans to leave the New York Knicks and is angry about a report linking him to trade talks. The Daily News of New York reported Friday that the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics had discussed a deal involving Kevin Love and that there were ''very…

    The Associated Press
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    LaVine Windmill From The Free Throw Line

    Zach LaVine throws down a windmill dunk from the free throw line in the final round of the Verizon Dunk Contest.

    NBA.com
  • PROFILE-NBA-Bryant soaks up warm farewell from frigid outpost

    By Steve Keating TORONTO, Feb 13 (Reuters) - A frigid Sunday night in winter-locked Canada may be the perfect place for a hockey player to take a bow, but for Kobe Bryant the NBA's most northern outpost would seem an odd setting to wave farewell. The NBA All-Star Game on Sunday, the first ever held…

    Reuters
  • Shaq and Iverson among Hall of Fame finalists

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Shaquille O'Neal and Allen Iverson headlined a list of 14 finalists for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced on Friday. Three-time NBA Finals MVP O'Neal, nine-time NBA All-Star Iverson, three-time NBA All-Star Kevin Johnson and four-time WNBA champion Sheryl…

    Reuters
  • Meet the unlikely guru to the NBA's All-Star dunkers

    Chuck Millan barely stands 6 feet, yet he could have a big impact on the All-Star slam-dunk contest.

    Yahoo Sports
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    White Mamba Minute - How women affect NBA players

    In honor of Valentine's Day, Brian Scalabrine describes the effects of being single or attached in the NBA. Brian Scalabrine is a former professional basketball player and currently an NBA analyst for The Vertical and Comcast SportsNet New England. 2016 is the year of #AskScal. The White Mamba will…

    Yahoo Sports Videos
  • All-Star Kevin Durant not stressing about upcoming free agency

    The 2014 league MVP is focused on the success of the Thunder and even pondering his second career.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Silver: No Hack-a-Shaq rules change this season

    TORONTO (AP) -- Adam Silver said Saturday no changes are coming to Hack-a-Shaq this season, though he seems to favor some rule adjustment.

    The Associated Press
  • Canada tops US in All-Star celebrity game, 74-63

    TORONTO (AP) -- Drake outcoached Kevin Hart, and Win Butler was aptly named in the NBA All-Star celebrity game Friday night.

    The Associated Press
  • Hawks' Horford to replace Bosh in All-Star Game

    Atlanta Hawks forward Al Horford was named Friday by NBA commissioner Adam Silver to replace injured Miami forward Chris Bosh in Sunday's 65th NBA All-Star Game. Bosh, named a reserve for the Eastern Conference squad that will face the Western Conference in Toronto, will be sidelined with a…

    AFP
  • The Vertical Podcast with Woj: Yao Ming

    One of the seminal figures in modern basketball history reflects on a historic career.

    Yahoo Sports
  • League proud to be progressive, but more can be done

    By Frank Pingue TORONTO (Reuters) - The NBA has long been considered the most progressive of North America's four major professional sports leagues when it comes to gender equity but more work can be done, according to some owners and former players. Heading into the NBA's current season, currently…

    Reuters