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Stars like LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook might get most of the press around the NBA. And for good reason. (read more)


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The 2017 regular season has been packed full of surprises. From a team perspective, the Los Angeles Rams and New York Giants stand out for being so much better and so much worse than we expected, but it’s not just limited to those two organizations. (read more)

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The NBA has a new hotline where players can vent about the officials, get calls clarified and plead for better treatment. Think of it as a way to reach out and touch a ref, without the mandatory suspension for actually touching a ref. (read more)

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The only negative thing to come of the emergence of this new swath of young talent is how quickly we forget the once-in-a-generation players who, for all intents and purposes, just got here. The ability to watch a Kristaps Porzingis, Joel Embiid or Giannis Antetokounmpo on any given night has allowed the idea that we can watch an Anthony Davis on any given night escape us. (read more)

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At this time 14 months ago, Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson was pretty much finished with Josh Gordon. Now, he’s preparing to welcome him back into the fold. (read more)

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With a new offensive coordinator and new starting quarterback, the Denver Broncos offense will have a different look in Week 12. That could mean more attention for running back Devontae Booker following his best game of the season. (read more)

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The Denver Broncos entered the 2017 with five consecutive winnings seasons, but the journey hasn’t been painless. People around the league are starting to recognize it. (read more)

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Lonzo Ball is battling a dreadful shooting start to his NBA career, but the Los Angeles Lakers rookie isn’t concerned about the struggles.The point guard appeared on the Mason and Ireland Show (h/t Lakers Nation) and said he’s confident the shots are going to fall. (read more)

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Enes Kanter is now a member of the New York Knicks, but his heart was still very much with Oklahoma City on Wednesday night.Kanter played two and a half seasons with the Thunder and was teammates with Kevin Durant for one and half of them. (read more)

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