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Agent: Timberwolves agree to terms with Andre Miller

The Professor will be holding office hours in Minnesota next season.

Andre Miller to join Timberwolves

The Professor will be holding office hours in Minnesota next season. Andre Miller agreed to terms with the Timberwolves on a one-year deal Wednesday, his agent Andy Miller told the Associated Press. Adding the 39-year-old Miller gives the young Wolves a quality, veteran point guard to join a rotation featuring starter Ricky Rubio and rookie backup Tyus [...]

Raptors announce assistant coaching staff

The Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday they have hired Rex Kalamian (kah-LAY-mee-an), Andy Greer and Jerry Stackhouse as assistant coaches on head coach Dwane Casey’s staff. “I am pleased to add Rex, Andy and Jerry to our coaching staff,” said Casey. “They are established winners at the NBA level, and bring valuable experience and a passion for [...]

Kawhi Leonard Entering 1st Year as True San Antonio Spurs' Franchise Face

Although Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili are returning and the team signed LaMarcus Aldridge in free agency, Kawhi Leonard is now the face of the San Antonio Spurs franchise. Leonard deserves this moment, which in 2012 Gregg...Show More Summary

Paul Pierce Can Be Final Ingredient to Los Angeles Clippers' Title Recipe

Paul Pierce is from Inglewood, a stone's throw from the Great Western Forum, where the Los Angeles Lakers played prior to their current occupation of the Staples Center. But you might not have guessed that about Pierce if you'd parachuted...Show More Summary

Despite Positive Offseason, L.A. Clippers Need Blake Griffin More Than Ever

Even with all their newfound depth, the Los Angeles Clippers still need Blake Griffin—just not for the first 82 games of the year. The Clippers are clearly more talented in the summer of 2015 than they were last year. Look at some of...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers Must Add Small Forward Depth Before Next Season

The Los Angeles Lakers turned over much of their roster this offseason, constructing a new roster on the fly. Whether the new pieces fit and the team functions remains to be seen, but the front office did manage to stock up at every position—except for small forward. Currently, L.A.'s depth chart has Nick Young listed as the No. Show More Summary

Andre Miller to Timberwolves: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Minnesota Timberwolves padded their depth at point guard by acquiring Duke's Tyus Jones in June's NBA draft, but they aren't stopping there. According to RealGM's Shams Charania, Minnesota has agreed to a deal with veteran point guard Andre Miller on Wednesday. Show More Summary

8 Young Prospects Who Must Turn Potential into NBA Production Next Season

It takes some NBA prospects longer to develop than others, but eventually, teams must see results. We picked out a handful of former first-round picks who need to take that next step in a potential make-or-break season. Only those who've played three or fewer years were considered. Show More Summary

Sacramento Kings, Demarcus Cousins Will Walk Fine Line This Season

The Sacramento Kings are built for what's ahead. Not playoff contention, not an objectively successful season and probably not even a.500 record. Those goals are well beyond the Kings' capabilities. What they're built for is the potentially...Show More Summary

Victor Oladipo Drops the Hammer on Marcellus Wiley During 'SportsNation'

C’mon, Marcellus Wiley. Stop jumping, man. On Wednesday, explosive Orlando Magic guard Victor Oladipo showed off his bounce when the SportsNation host tried to meet him at the (mini) rim. Oladipo and every palm tree on his shirt soared above Wiley's head before throwing down a thunderous windmill. Show More Summary

Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat Keep Evolving Together in Order to Breed Success

The Miami Heat have taken many shapes over the years, changing their roster makeup on both deliberate and involuntary whims with, for the most part, the frequency of a franchise that hasn't made five NBA Finals appearances and won three championships in the last decade. But the Heat have made five Finals appearances in the last decade. Show More Summary

The Biggest Question Mark for the Oklahoma City Thunder Entering Next Season

The Oklahoma City Thunder had a productive offseason. General manager Sam Presti addressed many roster concerns during the draft and free-agency period. A big concern the Thunder face next season is the future of franchise player Kevin Durant. Show More Summary

The Biggest Question Mark for the Houston Rockets Entering Next Season

The Houston Rockets surprised many skeptics when they advanced to the 2015 Western Conference Finals. This offseason, the Rockets traded for explosive point guard Ty Lawson. Lawson gives the Rockets another superb ball-handler and facilitator. Show More Summary

Moore, Lynx Spoil Candace Parker's Season Debut

Maya Moore scored 27 points and Lindsay Whalen had 24 to help the Minnesota Lynx hold off the Los Angeles Sparks 82-76 on Wednesday night, spoiling the season debut of two-time MVP Candace Parker.

Russia Handed FIBA Ban, Olympic Qualification in Doubt

The Russian Basketball Federation (RFB) has been suspended by governing body FIBA, putting their participation in the 2016 Olympics in doubt.

Former NBA star Vin Baker is training to be a Starbucks manager

Baker's redemption story after suffering from alcoholism has taken a unique turn. After 17 years since his last NBA All-Star appearance, former Bucks and Sonics forward Vin Baker is training to become a manager at a Starbucks in North Kingstown, R.I. Show More Summary

Mikhail Prokhorov breaks his vow to marry after Nets fail to win title

The Nets' owner promised he'd get married if the Nets didn't win a title in five years. Five years have passed... and Prokhorov still isn't getting married. When Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov bought the team in 2010, he vowed to get married if the team failed to win an NBA championship within five years. Show More Summary

The Pistons finally look like a Stan Van Gundy team

In less than 18 months, the Pistons have already been remade in their coach and president's image. You can't fault Stan Van Gundy for lacking vision or a plan. Since being hired as president of basketball operations and head coach for...Show More Summary

Paul Pierce bounces first pitch at Dodgers game, gets booed mercilessly

Sure, he spent much of his career battling Los Angeles, but Paul Pierce is a Clipper now! Surely he'll now find L.A. to be a warm, forgiving pla— .@paulpierce34's first pitch on #ClippersNight at Dodger Stadium. #BouncePass — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) July 29, 2015 NOPE. Show More Summary

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