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R.J. Hunter's Predraft Diary: From Cinderella to Lottery Pick?

Former Georgia State guard R.J. Hunter is no one-shot wonder. He's been busy in the three months since he catapulted his name into the national lexicon and Ron Hunter off a stool. One of the most lethal shooters in the nation surfedShow More Summary

Emmanuel Mudiay Foot Locker x SLAM Draft Suite Interview (VIDEO)

Mudiay was among the first to drop by this year's #FLSLAMDraftSuite—watch as he discusses what he's about to bring to the L, and goals for his rookie year. The post Emmanuel Mudiay Foot Locker x SLAM Draft Suite Interview (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Ranking the Chicago Bulls' Biggest 2015 NBA Draft Needs

We're approaching the first NBA draft of the Fred Hoiberg era, and the Chicago Bulls have a handful of pressing needs to fill. Former coach Tom Thibodeau turned the Derrick Rose-led squad into a perennial playoff team and contender in the Eastern Conference, but it's a flawed unit. Show More Summary

Andre Iguodala Says Warriors Partied Hard After Title, Shares 'Turn Up' Rankings

The Golden State Warriors took a trip to Las Vegas to celebrate their championship, and thanks to NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala, we know which player was the most " turnt." Iguodala recently went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and talked about the team's trip to Vegas. Show More Summary

Judd Apatow Hilariously Raises LeBron James' Vocal Pitch on Set for 'Trainwreck'

LeBron James has all of his bases covered on the court, considering he is "the Babe Ruth of basketball." But on the big screen, he could use a little help. That's where Trainwreck director Judd Apatow stepped in. Apatow, famous for Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, spoke with Conan O'Brien on Monday night about his experience directing James. Show More Summary

Timofey Mozgov Has Team Option Picked Up by Cavaliers: Latest Details, Reaction

Since joining the Cleveland Cavaliers in January, Timofey Mozgov has become an invaluable member of the rotation, viewed as the final piece in the puzzle that turned them into serious title contenders. It was almost a foregone conclusion...Show More Summary

Players Who Have Played for George Karl Love Tweeting 'Snake in the Grass'

It could be coincidence, or clear-cut cause and effect. No matter how you slice it, it's eerie to see that a half-dozen NBA players on George Karl-coached teams have tweeted nearly identical messages about "snakes in the grass" in recent...Show More Summary

Too Many Cooks: 2015 NBA Draft Edition

In the spirit of Adult Swim's Too Many Cooks, we'd like to introduce you to some names you may hear at the 2015 NBA draft on June 25. Watch the video above to meet this year's NBA draft prospects. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

The Sam Dekker Dilemma: Will Wisconsin Star Be a Steal or Bust in NBA Draft?

The 2015 NBA Finals were a glimpse toward the future wave of positionless basketball. If you're a forward with size who can guard both bigger and smaller guys, can shoot well enough to keep the defense honest and can make plays in space,...Show More Summary

NBA Helps Us Remember Stephen Curry's Amazing 2015 Playoffs with Top 10 Plays

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry had a postseason for the ages in 2015, as his team won the championship and he became the first player to defeat every other member of the All-NBA First Team in NBA Playoffs history. LuckilyShow More Summary

Like It or Not, LeBron Is Going to Make His Voice Heard, and Why Shouldn't He?

LeBron James has never made it a secret, from the start, what he's about. Empowerment. He's repeatedly shown that he doesn't always view authority structures the way that traditionalists might, nor does he necessarily believe in all of the boundaries that society has arbitrarily set for elite athletes. Show More Summary

Draymond Green Parodies E-40's 'Choices' Remix, Says Cavaliers Suck

Draymond Green has championship spirit running through his veins after winning the NBA Finals, and he’s not calming down anytime soon. In an interview on the blue carpet with Comcast SportsNet’s Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, the forward sang what can only be described as the greatest song in the history of humanity: “Klay Thompson, yup. Show More Summary

Billy Donovan Setting Table for Epic First Season with OKC Thunder

Billy Donovan has only been the Oklahoma City Thunder head coach for two months, but he's laying the groundwork for a successful NBA career before his inaugural season begins. By quickly getting acclimated to his new team and surrounding...Show More Summary

NBA Mock Draft 2015: Round 1 Predictions and Projections for Fringe 1st-Rounders

Now that the NBA season is (sadly) over, we can fully turn our attention to the NBA draft. We have just about a week until the Minnesota Timberwolves are on the clock on June 25, and mock drafts have been popping up all over the Web. But...Show More Summary

Jimmy Kimmel Puts Hannibal Buress in Nosebleeds for Game 5 and It's Hilarious

Jimmy Kimmel sent comedian Hannibal Buress to Game 5 of the 2015 NBA Finals at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, but didn’t tell him he’d be sitting in the nosebleeds. Buress was literally in the last row. “We’re closer to the roof than we are to the game,” he told a Golden State Warriors fan sitting beside him. Show More Summary

Alvin Gentry Tells Anthony Davis They'll Be Finals Winners After Warriors Win

While most of the Golden State Warriors were enjoying the moment of winning an NBA championship with their team, Warriors associate head coach Alvin Gentry was thinking ahead to the next step in his career. Gentry was named the next coach of the New Orleans Pelicans at the end of May. Show More Summary

Penny Hardaway Talks LeBron, Steph Curry and NBA Finals with Bleacher Report

It's been 20 years since Penny Hardaway got his first (and last) taste of the NBA Finals. At the time, Hardaway was an anomaly. He was a 23-year-old starring on the biggest stage in basketball in just his second season as a pro and a...Show More Summary

Willie Cauley-Stein Seems Destined to Be Lottery Darling Ahead of 2015 NBA Draft

He's 7'0", runs like a thoroughbred racehorse, and it seems like every 2015 NBA draft lottery team has a craving for him. Willie Cauley -Stein shined as an acrobatic, shot-blocking weapon for the Kentucky Wildcats from 2012-2015, and he stands out as the best all-around defender in this year's crop of prospects. Show More Summary

LeBron James Must Win These Finals to Salvage Hope for a Jordan-Esque Legacy

LeBron James, The King. Wait, what? LeBron has been sporting the nickname King James since before entering the NBA back in 2003. He proclaimed himself King James during his high school days, when he was leading St. Vincent-St. Mary to...Show More Summary

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