Let the fun begin. The real fun, in the form of a top team trying to trade for a great player. Here’s ESPN.com reporting that the Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers are trying to land Paul George: The Cleveland Cavaliers continue to pursue a trade for Paul George and will be leading contenders for Carmelo Anthony’s services, [...]
ESPN's Marc Stein and Chris Haynes are reporting on a potential three-team trade that would send Pacers All-Star Paul George to Cleveland and Cavaliers forward Kevin Love to the Nuggets.
George is definitely being traded. Here’s is one potential option that could take place. The Indiana Pacers are taking their time to trade Paul George, but they’re still headed that direction. The latest rumor, according to ESPN’s Marc...Show More Summary
Laughing at the process.
It appeared to be his house, though.
Nowitzki just completed the first season of his two-year, $50 million contract signed last July.
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The Philadelphia 76ers have a lot of reasons to be optimistic about their team's future after selecting Markelle Fultz with the No. 1 pick in last Thursday's NBA Draft.
Boston and Philadelphia have been rebuilding in distinct ways since 2013. Who ends up in a better spot will likely depend on who wins their trade involving the No. 1 pick. BOSTON — It’s entirely fitting that the 2017 NBA Draft turned on a deal between the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers. Show More Summary
That's one way to express how much you dislike a player.
Draymond's team won the game, though.
The odds, which were released Friday, have No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz as the third most-likely winner.
Kevin Durant gets the last laugh.
Magic Johnson made it clear how much he expects from his new rookie.
“What I will bring to the Knicks, actually a lot of hope,” Ntilikina said.
And now we have a new reaction meme. The Hornets have new rookies eagerly waiting to play next season: Kentucky’s Malik Monk and Florida State University’s Dwayne Bacon. On Friday, Hornets GM Rich Cho spent a few minutes introducing Bacon and Monk to the local media, although there was a little accident during his intro. Show More Summary