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LeBron James’ Cavaliers teammates from 2003 had mixed reviews about drafting him

Darius Miles thought LeBron was going to hop on their bandwagon. Little did he know, James was creating one of his own. LeBron James has gone from a 19-year-old high school kid playing hoops with grown men to developing into the best basketball player in the world and, arguably, one of the five greatest players in NBA history. Show More Summary

Morning Shootaround (May 27) -- 'At peace' Kevin Durant doing his best to ignore all outside noise

1. Durant ignoring outside noise -- With the Warriors and Cavaliers storming their way to a three-match in the NBA Finals, both teams have heard the complaints that they're bad for business, that they've upset the balance of competitive power around the NBA. And as Kevin Durant tells Sam Amick of USA Today, he's ignoring all the outside noise and is focused on moving forward:

Boston Celtics star Isaiah Thomas unsure if he'll need hip surgery

WALTHAM, Mass. -- Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas wanted to keep playing in the Eastern Conference finals, but team doctors and officials convinced him he needed to shut down his season for his long-term health.

Magic Johnson: Brandon Ingram the Only Untouchable Laker

Brandon ingram is the only Los Angeles Laker that's off-limits. The post Magic Johnson: Brandon Ingram the Only Untouchable Laker appeared first on SLAMonline.

Gregg Popovich Still Studies Brad Stevens’ After-Timeout Plays From Butler

Stevens spent six seasons at Butler building his legendary playbook. The post Gregg Popovich Still Studies Brad Stevens’ After-Timeout Plays From Butler appeared first on SLAMonline.

Kevin Durant: Championship ‘Wouldn’t Mean My Life Was Complete’

Kevin Durant is back in the NBA Finals. The post Kevin Durant: Championship ‘Wouldn’t Mean My Life Was Complete’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Kristine Leahy classily reacts to LaVar Ball ‘Stay in Yo Lane!’ shirts

FOX Sports personality Kristine Leahy reacted to LaVar Ball’s perceived slight at her expense by rising above the fray to help raise awareness for a worthy cause.Ball, the father of former UCLA standout and soon-to-be high pick in the...Show More Summary

Scottie Pippen: LeBron James Not Better Than Kobe Bryant

Scottie Pippen says LeBron James has not surpassed Kobe Bryant "at all." The post Scottie Pippen: LeBron James Not Better Than Kobe Bryant appeared first on SLAMonline.

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr not yet ready to return to bench

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr is not yet ready to return to the bench as the franchise prepares for its third straight trip to the NBA Finals.

Cavaliers vs. Celtics 2017 odds: Cleveland looks to close out Boston with Game 5 win

The Cleveland Cavaliers will try to stay perfect in road games with another win over the Boston Celtics as the teams meet in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Cleveland Cavaliers are a perfect 6-0 straight up and 4-0-2 against the spread in six road games so far this postseason. Show More Summary

Shootaround (May 28): Is LeBron James setting unbreakable records?

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No. 1: Are LeBron's playoff feats getting out of reach? -- As he piles up the playoff appearances and chops down post-season scoring and other records, LeBron James is setting a pace that now seems very difficult to match. Someone must...Show More Summary

Life without Caleb Swanigan for Purdue Men’s Basketball

The Purdue men’s basketball program took a major hit earlier this week when their National Player of the Year nominee, Caleb Swanigan, declared for the NBA draft. Swanigan was the best player on the roster on both offense and defense. Show More Summary

F1 Monaco Grand Prix 2017 Race: Live stream, results, updates, highlights

Can Lewis Hamilton rebound from 14th place, or will Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel put on a show?

Golden State Warriors' Mike Brown still waiting on Cleveland Cavaliers' Tyronn Lue to settle wager

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Mike Brown is ready for Tyronn Lue to pay up on a nearly two-decade-old bet. Yep, Lue owes him $100 and Brown plans to accept it at long last -- perhaps even during the NBA Finals when they see each other.

Five things we learned: Errol Spence beats Kell Brook for the welterweight title

A welterweight unification bout against Keith Thurman could be the biggest fight of 2018

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