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Kevin Garnett Re-Signs with Timberwolves, Latest Contract Details and Reaction

Future Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett has spent 20 seasons in the NBA, and he will spend at least one more where it all began in the first place as he agreed to return to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday, according to Darren Wolfson of KSTP. Show More Summary

Mo Williams to Sign With the Cavs on Two-Year $4.3 Million Deal

Free agent guard Mo Williams is re-joining LeBron James in Cleveland, having reportedly agreed to a two-year, $4.3 million pact with the Cavs. I'm coming home!!!!! #cavsnation #cityilove #questforaring — The post Mo Williams to Sign With the Cavs on Two-Year $4.3 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.

John Calipari's next recruiting mantra: Who wants to be next?

Coach is not worried about losing seven players to NBA.        

Lakers Rumors: Analyzing Buzz on Possible Nick Young, Roy Hibbert Trades

While the Los Angeles Lakers haven't been able to attract a marquee free agent this offseason, they've made a few different moves to set themselves up for success in the future. And they may not be done just yet. The Lakers are in a bit of a tough position. Show More Summary

The Spurs play by their own rules

San Antonio and its players operate by their own set of completely valid ideals about empowerment. The San Antonio Spurs have always existed on some remote plane of existence, separated from the rest of the NBA by both geography and temperament. Show More Summary

Michigan State Basketball: NBA Summer League Stats

Over the course of the next few weeks, you can come right here to check out how former Michigan State basketball players Branden Dawson, Travis Trice, Keith Appling and Gary Harris are performing in the NBA Summer Leagues, as well as their schedules. Show More Summary

5 Trades Cleveland Cavaliers Can Use to Strengthen Hold on Eastern Conference

The country of Greece must find the amount the Cleveland Cavaliers are spending this summer to be offensive. The Cavs are doling out dollar after dollar and are heading down a track that could bring them to the highest payroll in NBA history. Show More Summary

NBA Rumors: Breaking Down Top Names on the Trade Block

With most of the biggest free agents now off the market, NBA teams looking to improve going into next season will have to rely on trades. At this point in the offseason, the majority of organizations fit into one of two categories. They...Show More Summary

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

Photo: Duke Found Mike Krzyzewski’s Old Film Projector, And It’s A Blast From The Past

Before the days of computers (or even DVD’s for that matter), college teams had to watch film via projector screen. The footage was played on one of those gigantic, clunky film projectors, like the one Duke basketball dug up from the archives today.   Found Coach K’s projector used to watch game tape back in the day. Show More Summary

Kentucky Basketball: John Calipari Just Published His Annual “Recruiting Manifesto”

Each year, Kentucky head coach John Calipari typically publishes an article on his personal website outlining his “recruiting manifesto.” It typically highlights specific aspects of recruiting and not-so-subtly hints at why recruits should pick Kentucky.  Today, Calipari released the 2015 version of his manifesto and he kept it short and sweet. Show More Summary

ACC Basketball: Top playmakers for 2015-16

Perhaps it is dangerous to highlight a single player from a given team as the go-to playmaker. For many of the ACC teams, there are multiple individuals who can, and should, fill that role. Despite this, out of a blend of necessary leadership,...Show More Summary

Payton Pritchard Decommits from Oklahoma

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Payton Pritchard, a 6-foot-2 2016 point guard from West Linn (OR), has decommitted from Oklahoma, according to ESPN.com. “He just wants to be 100 percent sure,” his father Terry, who played tight end for the Oklahoma football team told ESPN.com. “He’s a young kid, and we want him to [be] 100 percent comfortable. He’s been […]

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

John Calipari Releases His Annual “Recruiting Manifesto” To Lure Recruits

The Kentucky Wildcats are used to cleaning up in the recruiting game because John Calipari is just that good.

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