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David West Sacrifices $11 Million to Sign With the Spurs

Free agent forward David West left $12 million on the table in Indiana, choosing instead to join the San Antonio Spurs for the League veteran minimum of $1.4 million. Free The post David West Sacrifices $11 Million to Sign With the Spurs appeared first on SLAMonline.

Splashy Offseason Will Test Spurs' Ability to Do What They Do Best...Win Quietly

Making splashy front-page headlines is not the way of the ninja. So after all the under-the-radar work and one-step-ahead fighting stratagems successfully implemented by the San Antonio Spurs' uniquely anonymous superstars, plantingShow More Summary

NBA Free Agency 2015: Latest Predictions for Top Trade Rumors

The NBA's free-agency period has featured plenty of big-name contract agreements, but trade conversations are now starting to surface, as well. Teams are looking at both regular swaps and sign-and-trade opportunities to make sure they...Show More Summary

Have New Orleans Pelicans Done Enough to Get Anthony Davis into the Playoffs?

The Western Conference is a constantly evolving beast, but one that the New Orleans Pelicans were able to somewhat conquer with a playoff berth in 2014-15. New Orleans broke the bank with a five-year, $145 million extension on superstar...Show More Summary

Cleveland Cavs Get Even Deeper, More Lethal with Mo Williams Signing

Another summer, another old friend makes a return home for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Veteran point guard Mo Williams has agreed to sign with the Cavs, as first reported by Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski and later confirmed by Williams himself. Show More Summary

5 NBA Teams in Prime Position to Make a Blockbuster Trade This Offseason

As the NBA's frenetic free-agency period slows to a gradual halt, the unofficial "Let's make a blockbuster trade" season is set to begin. You know the time of year we're talking about. You've been here before. Teams that were unableShow More Summary

5 Best Value Free Agents for Charlotte Hornets to Pursue in 2015 NBA Free Agency

The NBA free-agency period is fun for everyone, except for the few squads without the means to participate. The Charlotte Hornets are one of those franchises the bouncer (in this case the salary cap) just will not let into the club.Show More Summary

Zach LaVine ready to play more shooting guard next season

Here’s the St. Paul Pioneer Press reporting on a key member of the Minnesota Timberwolves youth movement — Zach LaVine, who averaged 10.1 points and 3.6 assists in 24.7 minutes per game last season, shooting 42.2 percent and may look to score more in 2015-16: Zach LaVine admits he’s not very good at paintball. In fact, the second-year Timberwolves [...]

Warriors, Leandro Barbosa will stick together

The Golden State Warriors won 67 games last regular season and went on to win the 2015 NBA championship. Although guard Leandro Barbosa had a limited role on the team, he was part of a winning squad that clearly had nice chemistry beyond their stars, and it’s good news that he’ll be back for 2015-16. [...]

Young Veterans Look to Summer League to Refine Skills

The NBA summer leagues were created, in part, for players like Marcus Smart and Dante Exum. The first-round picks from the 2014 draft — Exum at No. 5 and Smart at No. 6 — were both considered talents that would need some refining. They finished their rookie seasons as starters, but combined they barely averaged 10 points.

Epiphanny Prince Back With the New York Liberty

Epiphanny Prince will finally get to play for her hometown team, the New York Liberty.

Report: Warriors, Barbosa agree to 1-yr, $2.5M deal

The Golden State Warriors and veteran guard Leandro Barbosa have agreed to a $2.5 million, one-year deal, a person with knowledge of the details said Monday night.

Everything You Need to Know from Day 6 of 2015 NBA Free Agency

NBA free agency raged on unchecked Monday, maintaining the tweet-fueled, scoop-hungry frenzy that began July 1 and still refuses to quit nearly a week later. The biggest name on the market (which was never really on the market to begin...Show More Summary

Rapid-Fire Predictions for Where the Top Remaining NBA Free Agents Will Sign

It's rapid-fire time! There are some big names still available in NBA free agency. J.R. Smith, Enes Kanter, Josh Smith and others are still looking for an NBA home. Which team do you think could use their services? Will the San Antonio...Show More Summary

Dante Exum Injury: Updates on Jazz Star's Ankle and Return

Expectations are high for Dante Exum as he heads into his sophomore season. The 19-year-old suffered an injury during the Utah Jazz's summer league game Monday night. Continue for updates. Exum Leaves Monday's Game Against Boston Celtics Monday, July 6 The Jazz announced Exum sprained his left ankle in a 100-82 victory over the Boston Celtics. Show More Summary

Sports Briefing | Pro Basketball: Mo Williams Returning to Cavs

Williams started last season with Minnesota and was traded to Charlotte, and he played in Cleveland from 2008 to 2011.

Sports Briefing | Pro Basketball: Prospect Has Deal With Minnesota Timberwolves

The Serb Nemanja Bjelica, the Euroleague’s most valuable player, was the team’s second-round draft pick.

Jason Pierre-Paul Injures Hand With Fireworks

Pierre-Paul, a defensive end who has been in a contract squabble with the Giants, was in the intensive care unit of a Florida hospital after a Fourth of July accident, teammates and media reports said.

Mo Williams says he's returning to Cleveland

Mo Williams is heading back to Cleveland to team up with LeBron James again.

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