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As another NBA chapter nears, it’s time for our season previews. Oh hey, let’s see what the Orlando Magic have going on… Expected Conference Ranking: 12th Best Move of the Offseason: Remember Rob Hennigan’s whiteboard? Look at all of the bad players on that board. (read more)


The Los Angeles Lakers are the latest NBA team to ink a deal with a company for advertisements on jerseys for the upcoming 2017-18 season. Wish, an eCommerce company based out of San Francisco, will be lucky enough to see its corporate logo on Lakers jerseys for the season. (read more)

The Chicago Bulls start training camp next Monday, and surprisingly, Dwyane Wade still remains a member of the team. The prevailing belief was that a buyout was in the offing this offseason, as the team does not need an aging player as it embarks upon a total rebuild. (read more)

Kevin Durant claims he did not intend to use a fake social media account when he criticized Billy Donovan and the Oklahoma City Thunder over the weekend, but you can count former NBA player Stephen Jackson among the many who do not believe the Finals MVP.During Wednesday’s edition of “The Jump” on ESPN, Jackson said he now looks at Durant the same way he looks at any other Twitter tough guy who hi (read more)

The craze may have tapered off a bit as of late, but it looks like the “Crying Jordan” meme got a pop culture boost thanks to its appearance this week on a “Jeopardy!” episode. The widely popular meme that features an image of Michael Jordan weeping — culled originally from his speech at his Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2009 — was the question for $400 in the “Fond Meme-ories” category. (read more)

As another NBA chapter nears, it’s time for our season previews. And now, it’s time to talk about the 76ers. (read more)

One of the biggest surprises from last season’s NBA trade deadline was when the 76ers were unable to deal Jahlil Okafor. But that doesn’t mean he won’t be gone by the time the 2017-18 season tips off. (read more)

We are truly living in a new age when Michael Jordan makes it on “Jeopardy!” not for his on-court accomplishments, but for his infamous meme.On Wednesday night’s edition of the show, MJ was the subject of a clue about his crying meme. (read more)

Cleveland Cavaliers forward and superstar LeBron James has never been afraid to talk about what’s going on in the world outside of basketball. Now, James has apparently decided to preach to fellow leaders that it is time for them all to step up. (read more)

Jahlil Okafor survived the 2017 trade deadline and most of the summer without being dealt by Philadelphia, but he’s far from out of the woods. Sixers head coach Brett Brown said Wednesday that the team will once again gauge “what’s out there” for Okafor, per Keith Pompey of the Philly Inquirer. (read more)

The Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes is still a hot item heading into the 2017-18 season, and there aren’t really any other rumors of this magnitude floating around the NBA at this time. Once Melo is finally moved, the talk of blockbuster acquisitions can finally be laid to rest, after a crazy summer. (read more)

Giannis Antetokounmpo is one large man, and an NBA’er of that stature needs plenty of high-tech sneakers to stay upright. Standing at six-foot-eleven, but playing like an eight-footer, Adidas made sure that Antetokounmpo has the best gear to give him an advantage over his opponents. (read more)

Kevin Durant’s bizarre summer has his Golden State Warriors just as confused as the rest of us.According to a report by Chris Mannix of The Vertical on Wednesday, many within the Warriors are bewildered by the strange offseason Durant has had. (read more)

Catriona Matthew will lead the European Solheim Cup team when the 2019 matches are staged in her native Scotland, the Ladies European Tour announced on Thursday (read more)

Imagine you’re at a baseball game and suddenly, a ball coming off the bat at 106 miles per hour hits someone squarely in the face. 106 miles per hour. (read more)

Hiram Bithorn Stadium in Puerto Rico is slated to host the Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins in April of next season. And while baseball itself is the least of the concerns for the United States territory, it could very well be impacted moving forward. (read more)

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