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Danny Green Injury: Updates on Spurs Forward's Quad and Return

San Antonio Spurs swingman Danny Green suffered a quad injury just days before the start of the 2016-17 season. Continue for updates. Latest on Green's Status Friday, Oct. 21 The Spurs announced on Friday that Green was diagnosed with...Show More Summary

Nerlens Noel Injury Update: 76ers Star to Undergo Surgery on Inflamed Plica

Philadelphia 76ers center Nerlens Noel will undergo a minor surgical procedure on his left knee to address inflamed plica, the team announced on Friday. Continue for updates. Timetable for Noel's Return Not Yet Set Friday, Oct. 21 According...Show More Summary

Nerlons Noel needs surgery, Brett Brown more cautious on Ben Simmons

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The Philadelphia 76ers say forward Nerlens Noel will need surgery on his left knee, the latest in a long line of injuries for a team that is trying to turn things around.

Spurs guard Danny Green out three weeks with injury

SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green will miss three weeks after straining his left quadriceps.

76ers' Nerlens Noel to have minor procedure on sore knee

PHILADELPHIA (Official Release) -- The Philadelphia 76ers today provided the following medical updates on guard Jerryd Bayless and forwards Nerlens Noel and Ben Simmons.

A young Celtics fan roasted Joakim Noah over the way he shoots the ball

It’s no secret that Joakim Noah has, to put it kindly, one of the weirdest shooting forms in the NBA. I’m sure it’s been brought up to him many, many, many, many times in his career, from college to the pros. But I don’t think we’ve ever seen him get roasted by a fan over it, which is what happened during Wednesday’s Knicks-Celtics preseason game. Show More Summary

What will motivate LeBron James and the Cavaliers now?

The Cavaliers got their title. They should coast in the East. So how do they keep their antennas up until June? The defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers have a unique problem on their hands. They have their title already and they should coast to the Finals in a weak East. Show More Summary

NBA players and actual rappers are endorsing Damian Lillard's debut album

Dame even got Lil Wayne and Juvenile features! To quote the great Pusha T, Damian Lillard is quickly becoming a “legend in two games” like he’s Pee-Wee Kirkland. In addition to Lillard’s stellar NBA career, which includes winning Rookie...Show More Summary

Boris Diaw introduced Utah to the magic of coffee

Good morning. We have that and more in Friday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. SPARK IT UP: The L.A. Sparks won a helluva Game 5 against the Minnesota Lynx to claim the WNBA title. Nneka Owgumike, the league's MVP, hit the game-winning shot while falling down with three seconds left. Show More Summary

W.N.B.A. Admits Officials Made Critical Error Late in Game 5 of Finals

Officials missed a shot clock violation by the Sparks with 1:14 left in the deciding Game 5 Thursday, when Los Angeles beat the Minnesota Lynx, 77-76.

Klay fires back at unnamed source in ESPN story

Thompson didn't appreciate an anonymous team official calling the Warriors cowards.        

NBA adjusts Cavs' ring ceremony for World Series

So many good things in Cleveland right now.        

NBA expanding use of Replay Center

The NBA announced today that it will expand use of the Replay Center beginning with the 2016-17 regular season. This season, active referees in the NBA Replay Center will be responsible for determining the outcome of all replay situations except for player altercations and flagrant fouls, which will continue to be decided by on-court referees. [...]

Carmelo Anthony has seen it all with the Knicks

He is playing for his fifth coach in six seasons        

NBA announces changes to speed up instant replay

The NBA announced it would expand the use of the league's replay center to speed up games.        

Spurs have changed, but they're still the Spurs

It’s been business as usual for the Spurs as a new season approaches, except for one small caveat: For the first time in nearly two decades, they’ve entered training camp without Tim Duncan.        

NBA, union 'made tremendous progress' on new CBA

The current deal includes an opt-out on Dec. 15, but a new agreement is expected to be in place by then.        

Cousins hoping Joerger, new arena boosts Kings

In six seasons, the ultra-talented big man hasn't come close to sniffing a playoff berth.        

Harden ready to help Rockets bounce back this season

Houston's James Harden gets a chance to run Mike D'Antoni's famed seven seconds or less offense        

Young Wolves look to finally break through this season.

The Minnesota Timberwolves have the NBA's longest active playoff drought at 12 years and counting        

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