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The Phoenix Suns are one of the many teams that have shown interest in disgruntled Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving. The team was reportedly willing to help facilitate an Irving deal to another squad. (read more)


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The Pittsburgh Pirates appear to be transitioning into a rebuilding phase after they failed to make the playoffs in each of the past two seasons, and star outfielder Josh Harrison does not want to be a part of it.In a statement released to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic on Tuesday, Harrison made it clear that he is unhappy the Pirates traded Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole. (read more)

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In the wake of the recent trades that shipped Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole out of Pittsburgh, speculation has turned to the status of veteran Josh Harrison — another player that has long been mentioned as a candidate to be dealt. The veteran utilityman issued his thoughts on the matter today to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. (read more)

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The Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday traded Andrew McCutchen to the San Francisco Giants, ending over a year of trade rumors involving the former MVP. Team GM Neal Huntington spoke about the trade later in the day, and essentially confirmed the team traded the outfielder because they felt they could not afford him. (read more)

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Just a day after covering the Gerrit Cole trade, we're back to talk about Pittsburgh again. While it's certainly not surprising that the Cole trade signaled the start of the Pirates' emptying the pantry, it all seems to be happening rather quickly. (read more)

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While much of the trade deadline chatter surrounding Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan centers around the Cleveland Cavaliers, he’d reportedly rather be traded to the Houston Rockets.ESPN’s Stephen A. (read more)

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Now that the NBA season has hit its second half and the trade deadline is mere weeks away, rumors of deals are starting to heat up around the water cooler.Some teams such as the Los Angeles Lakers will look to be active as a way to sell off contracts for a run in free agency this summer. (read more)

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It’s now becoming pretty apparent that the Cleveland Cavaliers are not in the same class with the defending champion Golden State Warriors. This came out in a big way during Monday’s 118-108 home loss to Golden State. (read more)

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The Cavaliers continue to hang onto a top-three seed in the East, but the team has dropped four consecutive games and eight of its last 10 — in terms of wins and losses, the 26-17 Cavs are now the same distance from the eighth-seeded Pistons (22-20) as they are from the second-seeded Raptors (29-13).Cleveland’s slump has multiple players speaking to reporters – including Dave McMenamin of ESPN and (read more)

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