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LeBron James Respects Colin Kaepernick But Will Stand for Anthem

LeBron James admits that he’s scared by the horrific images of unarmed citizens being gunned down by the police in broad daylight, but says his support of Colin Kapernick won’t The post LeBron James Respects Colin Kaepernick But Will Stand for Anthem appeared first on SLAMonline.

Why the Heat waiving Chris Bosh would be the best thing for both parties

It’ll allow the Heat to move on while still giving Bosh the opportunity to continue his career. On Monday, Pat Riley told the media that he believes Chris Bosh’s career with the Miami Heat may be over. The Heat won’t clear Bosh for basketball activities due to continued concerns with blood clots. Show More Summary

Miami Heat Complete 2016-17 Preview

MIAMI —Before the Miami Heat officially opened their new era, they had to close out the last one. Minutes before head coach Erik Spoelstra began his 2016 media day press conference, team president Pat Riley gathered with an intimate group of reporters. Show More Summary

LeBron James Comments on National Anthem Protests, Colin Kaepernick, More

Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James offered his support Monday to San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and others who continue to protest during the national anthem. During the Cavaliers' media day, James praised Kaepernick...Show More Summary

Pat Riley says Chris Bosh's career with Heat is 'probably over'

The Miami Heat are readying for life without Chris Bosh. The Miami Heat are not working toward Chris Bosh's return to the team, according to president Pat Riley. As the Heat opened training camp on Monday, Riley said Bosh's career with...Show More Summary

At media day, concern for country over concern for team

NBA players aren't just worried about their teams as they start a new season.

New-look Warriors have smooth first day with Durant

Anxious and eager to get started with his new team, Kevin Durant woke up extra early in the 7 o'clock hour and then hit freeway traffic on the way to his first formal work day with the Warriors.

New-look Warriors have smooth first day with Kevin Durant

New-look Golden State Warriors have smooth first day with Kevin Durant        

New challenges face Portland guard CJ McCollum in Year 4

CJ McCollum became a starter for the Trail Blazers last season, broke out as the NBA's Most Improved Player then signed a big contract over the summer        

NBA Tiers of Contention: Teams in the Playoff Hunt in 2016-17

We began our NBA training camp preview with a look at the bottom 10 teams. (Sorry about that, Brooklyn. But your new alternate uniforms are fabulous!) Now up are the teams that could have memorable seasons if a lot of things break right—and...Show More Summary

Lue reveals motivating Cavs during NBA Finals with money

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue revealed he motivated the Cavs by hiding more than $5,000 above the ceiling inside Golden State's arena after Game 5 of the NBA Finals        

Some Cavs still re-living title; LeBron moving on

LeBron was blunt at Cavs media day: "We’re the defending champions, but that means absolutely nothing right now."        

Pop says Duncan is 'Coach of whatever he feels'

Tim Duncan ended his NBA playing career this summer, but he's not done with the San Antonio Spurs....        

Drummond using virtual reality to solve FT issues

The All-Star Pistons center gave details on how he tried to improve from his 35.5% free-throw shooting        

Bucks president softens criticism of Milwaukee as 'racist'

Milwaukee Bucks president Peter Feigin (FAY'-gun) says he did not intend to characterize the city as "overtly racist."        

Whalen Flourishing After Turning Down Overseas Money

Lindsay Whalen hobbled through the regular season last year. She hobbled through the playoffs. She even hobbled through the Minnesota Lynx championship celebration.

Knicks have Carmelo confident of more post-Olympic success

Carmelo Anthony said he hasn't been this excited to start an NBA season in a long time        

Stephen Curry Comments on 2017 Free Agency, Future with Warriors

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is entering the final season of his four-year, $44 million deal he signed back in 2013, per Spotrac. With free agency looming, he ensured the media and Warriors fans on Tuesday that he isn't...Show More Summary

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