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Bucks preview: Monta Ellis, Brandon Jennings and Milwaukee's end of innocence

What's better than one guard who thinks he can hit every shot taken once he crosses midcourt? Two guards who think they can hit every shot taken once they cross midcourt. Meet the Milwaukee Bucks. FEATS OF STRENGTH What happened to the Milwaukee Bucks' defense between 2010-11 and 2011-12? It fell from No. Show More Summary

NBA schedule: Western Conference matchups to highlight Friday's action

It will be a busy Friday in NBA preseason action, with seven games on the slate. The Western Conference will take center stage, with the game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Utah Jazz highlighting the lineup. Three other games featuring Western Conference foes are on tap beyond the marquee. Show More Summary

NBA Schedule: Heat, Clippers meet in China, top 2 draft picks face off on Thursday

Five NBA exhibition games are scheduled for Thursday, and the headline contest that pits LeBron James and the Miami Heat against Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers got off to a very early start (7:30 a.m. ET) because the game is in Beijing, China. Show More Summary

Stan Van Gundy: ESPN has 'no balls whatsoever'

These are true facts. 1. Stan Van Gundy does not give a flip. No matter the circumstance, he does not give a flip. 2. NBA commissioner David Stern has a reputation for micromanaging not just his own business, but those of his strongest partners. 3. Show More Summary

NBA Scores: Rockets PF Terrence Jones, Pistons C Andre Drummond flash big potential on Wednesday

NBA preseason action continued with six contests on Wednesday night, and although the outcomes don't particularly matter, Houston Rockets rookie forward Terrence Jones and Detroit Pistons forward Andre Drummond left some seriously positive vibes after posting two of the best performances of the night. Drummond, the No. Show More Summary

PHOTO: Al Jefferson's gigantic $23,000 bed

Above you see Al Jefferson's bed, and okay, it looks pretty basic. Below you see a normal human in Al Jefferson's bed, annnnnd HOLY SHIT. That's Jazz point guard Mo Williams sitting there, not some third grader. Mo Williams is 6'1, 195, and Al Jefferson's bed turns him into Darren Sproles. Show More Summary

Dirk Nowitzki injury: Mavericks star suffering knee pain again

Anyone who watched Dirk Nowitzki in 2011-12 knew he was never fully healthy, fighting through knee trouble most of the season. That might be the case again in 2012-13, as the Dallas Morning-News writes that Nowitzki's right knee is sore...Show More Summary

NBA schedule: Thunder, Lakers play preseason openers on Wednesday

The NBA preseason continues Wednesday with some of the leagues marquee teams in action. Leading the way are the Oklahoma City Thunder, who will play their first game since the NBA Finals on Wednesday. The Thunder will visit the Houston...Show More Summary

NBA scores: Bulls, Hornets and Bucks notch wins

Luol Deng led the Chicago Bulls (1-0) over the Memphis Grizzlies (1-1) in the Bulls preseason debut, 92-88. Deng scored 18 points in 23 minutes and was one of five Bulls to score in double figures. The Grizzlies mounted a comeback in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Bulls, 23-11, but it was too little too late. Show More Summary

Dwight Howard injury update: Lakers' star cleared for 5-on-5

Dwight Howard has been cleared to play 5-on-5 ball in limited minutes for the Los Angeles Lakers, but he will sit out Wednesday's preseason game against the Portland Trail Blazers, the team reports. Offseason back surgery kept Howard out of practices until last Tuesday, when he returned in a non-limited role. Show More Summary

Mark Cuban fires back at Deron Williams

TO RECAP THIS STUPID STORY: 1. This summer Mark Cuban skipped a meeting with then-free agent superstar Deron Williams because Cuban had to tape an episode of his reality show. Or something. 2. On Monday, Deron Williams was asked if that played a role in his decision to come back to the Nets. Show More Summary

Jonas Valanciunas to make debut with Toronto Raptors on Thursday

Jonas Valanciunas, the No. 5 overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Toronto Raptors, will make his NBA debut for the Raptors on Thursday night, according to the National Post's Eric Koreen. Valanciunas, a 7'0 center from Lithuania,...Show More Summary

Bonding in Beijing: A Miami Heat story

SUIT PARTY, Y'ALL ...Because it just wouldn't be basketball season if we weren't getting amazing stories from life with the Miami Heat. No #teambonding exercise from the Heat would surprise us at this point. Dwyane Wade shut down the Louis Vuitton store for three hours Sunday as the team helped Udonis Haslem pick out luggage. Show More Summary

Tracy McGrady to play in China, according to report

Tracy McGrady, a NBA veteran of 15 years, is close to a one-year deal with Qingdao, a team in the Chinese Basketball Association, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. The 33-year-old McGrady spent last season with the Atlanta Hawks. Show More Summary

Kyle Lowry injury: Raptors' PG out indefinitely with strained adductor muscle

Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry will sit out indefinitely with a strained left adductor muscle, as the team announced on Monday. He's scheduled to undergo therapy and rehab while his teammates play a trio of preseason games this...Show More Summary

Deron Williams: Absence of Mark Cuban clinched decision not to sign with Dallas Mavericks

Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams had a tough decision this past July. The free-agent point guard had to decide whether to return to the struggling Nets or instead bolt to play for his hometown Dallas Mavericks. Many felt theShow More Summary

David Stern sees a team in Seattle within 5 years

Sullen Seattle Supersonic fans might have something to smile about in the next half decade, as NBA commissioner David Stern recently shared his plans to have a new team in the city within the next five years, according Gary WashburnShow More Summary

NBA preseason schedule: Jazz, Warriors square off Monday night

A trio of NBA preseason games are on the docket Monday, but only one features a pair of NBA teams, as the Toronto Raptors and Cleveland Cavaliers try to tune up against European squads. First up are the Raptors, who take on a team from point guard Jose Calderon's home country, Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid. Show More Summary

Bulls preview: Chicago waits on Derrick Rose

For the second straight season, the Chicago Bulls finished with the best record in the NBA. The players were mostly the same, but there was one striking difference: due to injury, Derrick Rose played in just 39 of 66 games, or less than 60 percent of the Bulls' regular season. Show More Summary

Chicago Bulls offseason review: Cost-cutting in the Windy City

The Chicago Bulls had one of the most curious offseasons in recent memory. Concerned about future flirtations with the luxury tax and their viability as a contender with Derrick Rose injured, the Bulls replaced their elite bench with the cheapest talent they could find, turning a major strength into a weakness. Show More Summary

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