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  1. Source: Center Ryan Hollins, Kings agree to one-year deal
    Marc J. Spears

    Source: Center Ryan Hollins, Kings agree to one-year deal

  2. An exclusive look at Hawks GM Danny Ferry’s fateful conference call
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    An exclusive look at Hawks GM Danny Ferry’s fateful conference call

  3. Shareef Abdur-Rahim: 'I am proud to have African in me'

    Shareef Abdur-Rahim: 'I am proud to have African in me'

  4. NBA needs to pull stars from USA Basketball, which is showcasing only Duke's coach
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    NBA needs to pull stars from USA Basketball, which is showcasing only Duke's coach

  5. Sources: Timberwolves signing Glenn Robinson III
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Sources: Timberwolves signing Glenn Robinson III

  6. Sources: Free-agent forward Michael Beasley working out for Spurs
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Sources: Free-agent forward Michael Beasley working out for Spurs

  7. Chauncey Billups retires: 'It's just time'
    Marc J. Spears

    Chauncey Billups retires: 'It's just time'

  8. Ricky Rubio still hopes for brighter future with Timberwolves after losing Kevin Love
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Ricky Rubio still hopes for brighter future with Timberwolves after losing Kevin Love

  9. Men behaving badly: Ray Rice, Roger Goodell, Danny Ferry at forefront of rough week in sports
    Eric Adelson

    Men behaving badly: Ray Rice, Roger Goodell, Danny Ferry at forefront of rough week in sports

  10. Danny Ferry's fatal mistake: He never owned his comments
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Danny Ferry's fatal mistake: He never owned his comments

  • Rockets acquire Jason Terry from Sacramento Kings

    Rockets acquire Jason Terry from Sacramento KingsSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- The Houston Rockets have acquired guard Jason Terry from the Sacramento Kings for two second-round draft picks and guard/forward Alonzo Gee. The Kings also received guard Scotty

    The Associated Press
  • Nuggets' Hickson suspended 5 games by NBA

    Nuggets' Hickson suspended 5 games by NBANEW YORK (AP) -- Denver Nuggets center/forward J.J. Hickson was suspended for five games without pay by the NBA on Wednesday for violating the terms of the anti-drug program. Hickson averaged 11.8 rebounds and

    The Associated Press
  • No, Brandon Jennings didn't say he added twenty-five pounds of 'muscle,' but that's not the point

    Not in the form of Raymond Felton jokes, mind you, but after someone tossed out a link or summation that relayed that Jennings added 25 pounds of muscle, as opposed to 25 lbs. overall. This falls directly in line with an early-autumn tradition in the NBA, one that has a player or agent or coach or…

    Ball Don't Lie
  • An ode to Jordan Crawford, a.k.a Steez, the NBA's latest export to China

    Jordan Crawford blew our minds from the moment he entered the NBA conciousness, unleashing a dunk so fierce on LeBron James at a Skills Academy bearing the four-time MVP's name that Nike tried to confiscate all evidence of the public shaming. It was magical, and came in a loss, as is Crawford's…

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Jerry Colangelo rightfully praises DeMarcus Cousins for his contributions to Team USA

    Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins has been criticized for various instances of questionable behavior throughout his basketball career, but few such reactions have seemed as arbitrary as that of USA Basketball head honcho Jerry Colangelo during Olympic training in 2012. Cousins was invited to…

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  • The Summer of Dirk Nowitzki continues with a David Hasselhoff cover song

    Sure, LeBron James went home, Kevin Durant received $350 million to wear a brand of shoes he might've worn anyway and DeMarcus Cousins represented his country with honor, but Dirk Nowitzki is quietly enjoying the best summer, and we better start enjoying it with him before it's over. Is that group…

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  • The Steps To Success

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  • Knicks sign forward Orlando Sanchez

    Knicks sign forward Orlando SanchezNEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Knicks signed former St. John's forward Orlando Sanchez on Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The 6-foot-9 Dominican national team player averaged 7.4 points, 5.6 rebounds

    The Associated Press
  • Dance workout puts moves on women's self-esteem

    Dance workout puts moves on women's self-esteem NEW YORK (AP) -- When Janet Jones was laid off from her job as a financial assistant two years ago and hit rock bottom, inspiration struck. The former Miami Heat dancer decided to create a women's-only workout with a safe space to let loose with…

    The Associated Press
  • Heat promote Fizdale, add Smart, Quinn to staff

    Heat promote Fizdale, add Smart, Quinn to staffMIAMI (AP) -- The Miami Heat have promoted David Fizdale to assistant head coach, and hired Keith Smart and Chris Quinn as assistants on Erik Spoelstra's staff. The team announced the moves Wednesday, exactly

    The Associated Press
  • Timberwolves sign Glenn Robinson III

    The Minnesota Timberwolves have signed second-round draft pick Glenn Robinson III. The Wolves announced the signing on Wednesday, less than two weeks ahead of the start of training camp. Robinson was the 40th overall pick in the June draft out of Michigan, but wasn't assured of a roster spot as the…

    The Associated Press
  • Dwyane Wade credits David Stern's dress code for improving his style

    In 2005, NBA commissioner David Stern courted controversy by implementing a new dress code for the league's players. The move invited its fair share of criticism, including opinions that Stern was attempting to divorce the NBA's image from that of hip-hop culture, a world also occupied by the…

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Gregg Popovich fondly recalls his team's 'lobotomies,' readies his championship-defending technique

    Three months later, it’s still remarkable that the San Antonio Spurs were able to win the 2014 NBA title. Top to bottom, they were probably the deepest team in the NBA, and easily the best squad in the NBA when it came time to thinking on its collective feet and anticipating all manner of movement…

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  • Healthy Nets tone down expectations, want to fly under radar in 2014-15

    The Nets were supposed to be a legitimate title contender last season, going all in by trading for Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry — just one year after acquiring former Atlanta star Joe Johnson. Brooklyn was supposed to steal the thunder from its cross-town rivals after snatching the…

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  • NBA-National Basketball Association roundup

    NBA-National Basketball Association roundupSept 17 (The Sports Xchange) - The Sacramento Kings traded 15-year veteran guard Jason Terry to the Houston Rockets for guard-forward Alonzo Gee, guard Scotty Hopson and two second-round draft picks on Wednesday

    Reuters