Alex Len

#21FC,
Height: 7' 1"
Weight: 260
Born:
College: Maryland
Birth Place: Antratsit, Ukraine
Draft: 2013 1st round (5th pick) by the
  • Every NBA team's 2017-18 over/under

    Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer Close Runs day-to-day editorial operations at Chalk, ESPN.com's gambling section Joined ESPN in 2010 Follow on Twitter The Golden State Warriors begin their title defense on Tuesday and have the highest season win total at 67.5. Here are all 30 season win totals from the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Eastern Conference Atlantic Boston Celtics 54.5 Toronto Raptors 48 Philadelphia 76ers 39 New York Knicks 29.5 Brooklyn Nets 28 Central Cleveland Cavaliers 54.5 Milwaukee Bucks 46.5 Detroit Pistons 38.5 Indiana Pacers 31.5 Chicago Bulls 22 Southeast Washington Wizards 49 Miami Heat 44.5 Charlotte Hornets 42.5 Orlando Magic 32.5 Atlanta Hawks 25.5 Western Conference Northwest

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  • Vote: How will this season play out for the Suns?

    SN Staff With the NBA season tipping off soon, we're taking a deep dive into every team. Here are our top three storylines for the 2017-18 Phoenix Suns, along with an invitation for you to weigh in on how each will play out: The Suns will open the season Oct. 18 at home against the Portland Trail Blazers. --Isaac Chipps

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  • C.J. McCollum: Portland Trail Blazers star gets suspended for barely walking on court

    Oct. 15 (UPI) -- Portland Trail Blazers star C.J. McCollum will miss the season opener after walking on the court Wednesday during a preseason game. But McCollum doesn't think the NBA had to suspend him. The Trail Blazers beat the Phoenix Suns 113-104 in the contest. The incident occurred with 9:33 remaining in the game. Trail Blazers center Caleb Swanigan and Suns big man Alex Len were battling for position under the rim during a Suns possession. Swanigan wrapped up Len before Len freed himself and shoved Swanigan. After a few words were exchanged, the players all met in a scuffle on the court. McCollum walked out quickly from the bench before being intercepted by a coach and taken back to the

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