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Sixers sign free agent Thomas, waive Turiaf

The Philadelphia 76ers today announced they have signed free agent power forward Malcolm Thomas.

Kevin Love, John Wall and Steven Adams Reveal Best and Worst Christmas Gifts

What do you get NBA players who can buy pretty much whatever they want? That's a question that family members of the players have to deal with every year. The Cleveland Cavaliers' Kevin Love, the Washington Wizards' John Wall and the...Show More Summary

Durant to miss third straight game with sprained ankle

Thunder star Kevin Durant will miss Tuesday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers with a sprained right ankle.

Chicago Bulls vs. Washington Wizards: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

The Washington Wizards host the Chicago Bulls Tuesday, and both teams will look to unwrap an early gift with a victory on the eve of Christmas Eve. The Bulls are coming off a rousing 129-120 win Monday over the Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors. Show More Summary

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Miami Heat: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

In their last contest, the Miami Heat took the court without LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh for the first time since April of 2013. And despite having their best players watching from afar due to injury—or, in James' case,Show More Summary

Indiana Pacers Should Look to Future Via Active Trade Market

The Indiana Pacers never would have joined the ranks of NBA contenders without their toughness, tenacity and unwavering confidence. But that same sense of self-belief and never-surrender attitude could prevent the Pacers from takingShow More Summary

Nets' Willingness to Deal Signals Necessary Course Correction for Plan Gone Awry

NEW YORK — A reckoning is coming. A trade, maybe several, that will radically reshape the Brooklyn Nets as we have come to know and love (and/or mock, and/or disdain) them. Deron Williams could be shipped out. Brook Lopez could follow. Joe...Show More Summary

Biggest Surprises and Disappointments for Toronto Raptors

There may be no bigger surprise in the NBA than the 22-7 Toronto Raptors holding down the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference past the quarter mark of the 2014-15 regular season. While it doesn't hold the respect of what a similar position...Show More Summary

Sixers sign Malcolm Thomas, waive Ronny Turiaf

The Philadelphia 76ers today announced they have signed free agent power forward Malcolm Thomas. And in a related move, the team waived forward Ronny Turiaf, who is injured and expected to miss the rest of the season. Thomas was originally signed by the Sixers on October 27, 2014. He appeared in five regular season games and [...]

Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: Live Score and Reaction

Kevin Love and the Cleveland Cavaliers (16-10) will square off against the Minnesota Timberwolves (5-21) as they attempt to capture a third straight victory Tuesday night. Matched up against the Western Conference-worst Timberwolves,...Show More Summary

OKC Thunder Finally Feeling Pinch of NBA's Stacked Western Conference

Before the NBA's Western Conference was a patented, contender-chocked bloodbath, the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder stood alone, together, both of equal prominence and promise. One was—and remains—a certified dynasty operating on what feels like borrowed time, ebbing in shelf life, flourishing in function. Show More Summary

Nets, Kings trade talks cool down

Here’s reporting an update on trade talks between the Brooklyn Nets and Sacramento Kings, which focused on Deron Williams but also talented athletic young big-man Mason Plumlee: Talks between the Sacramento Kings and Brooklyn...Show More Summary

NBA Rookie Ladder: How the Top 10 Stack Up Entering Christmas

The 2014-15 NBA rookie ladder seems to be losing its luster by the week. Jabari Parker has officially joined Julius Randle on the season-ending injury list, while Joel Embiid, Aaron Gordon and Doug McDermott all remain sidelined recovering...Show More Summary

Will More NBA Players Gamble on Themselves in Free Agency?

Confidence. Without it, those in the NBA are doomed to fail. Professional basketball players have to believe in themselves. They must think they're capable of being the best player on the court at any time—or at least the best in their specialized facet of the game. Show More Summary

Josh McRoberts out for season after knee surgery

Josh McRoberts out for season after knee surgery The Miami HEAT announced today that forward Josh McRoberts underwent successful surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. The 45-minute procedure was performed by Dr. Harlan Selesnick at Doctors Hospital in Miami on Monday. He will miss the remainder of the season. McRoberts appeared in 17 [...]

Entourage movie trailer

Entourage movie trailer has arrived! Technically, this is the Entourage movie “official teaser trailer,” for those keeping score at home. Movie comes out in the summer of 2015. We loved this show. Can’t wait for the movie! Enjoy:

Should Houston Rockets Be Searching out a Blockbuster Move by the Trade Deadline

Every Houston Rockets fan knows that general manager Daryl Morey likes to make moves. Dork Elvis has pulled the trigger on a deadline deal at the last seven deadlines, and there's a good chance in a couple months he makes it eight. The...Show More Summary

Beck/Bucher Debate: Reasons for Optimism for the NBA's Rebuilding Franchises

A few NBA franchises could use guidance about how to rebuild and become championship or contending squads. Whether it is through patience, free agency, cap space or draft picks, teams can flip themselves around with the right moves.Show More Summary

Former NBA All-Star Walther dies

Paul Walther, who played six seasons in the NBA in the 1950s after a stellar college career at Tennessee, has died. He was 87.

Jermaine O’Neal Says He’s Better Than 60 Percent of NBA Big Men Right Now

JO is mulling a return to the League to help a contender in 2015. The post Jermaine O’Neal Says He’s Better Than 60 Percent of NBA Big Men Right Now appeared first on SLAMonline.

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