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Q+A: Terrence Jones

The Rockets forward on his summer at home in Portland, his strange, injury-plagued season and much more. The post Q+A: Terrence Jones appeared first on SLAMonline.

Westbrook Impersonator Nails His On-Court Impression, Gets Response from Russ

This is Russell Westbrook. Well, not actually the Oklahoma City Thunder star point guard, of course. But Instagram user @bdotadot5 did an absolutely spot-on impression of the All-Star. Warning: Clip contains NSFW language. From the tilt...Show More Summary

Damian Lillard Drops New Song, Shouts Out Steph Curry and Russell Westbrook

After a few quiet months, Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard—who goes by Dame DOLLA (Different on Levels the Lord Allows) on the mic—resurfaced Monday. Lillard is known to be a skilled rapper, and his latest track, “Soldier...Show More Summary

This is the year the Orlando Magic start winning

With an influx of talent joining the Magic this season, this is the year they'll begin to resemble a playoff team. It's the dawn of new day for the Orlando Magic. In the positionless NBA, the Magic have youth, role versatility and skill adaptability, particularly after drafting Mario Hezonja and re-signing Tobias Harris. Show More Summary

Trick-Shot Specialist Sinks 2 Basketballs with a Pair of Flips on Trampoline

Kevin Libertowski has three things that make him a trick-shot specialist: a trampoline, a basketball hoop and unshakable persistence. In May 2013, Libertowski posted a similar clip to the one above, but his latest work appears to be his far. With his trampoline placed 60 feet from the basket, Libertowski knocked down a jaw-dropping shot. Show More Summary

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Las Vegas Summer League Day 3

LAS VEGAS — Relatively speaking, Sundays are typically quiet in Las Vegas. By the time the raucous fun of Saturday night has come and gone, most weekend visitors are either sapped of their vitality, on their way home or both. The same largely held true during Day 3 of the NBA's Las Vegas Summer League. Show More Summary

Damian Lillard Takes Commercial Flight to Summer League After $120M Extension

Breaking news, everyone: Portland Trail Blazers star point guard Damian Lillard is an actual human being. Just one day after putting ink to a five-year, $120-plus million contract extension with Rip City, the All-Star took a commercial flight to the NBA Summer League with teammate C.J. Show More Summary

Mario Hezonja is Dunking on Everyone in Summer League (VIDEOS)

Orlando Magic rookie Mario Hezonja threw down two monster dunks in a Summer League game against Oklahoma City. The post Mario Hezonja is Dunking on Everyone in Summer League (VIDEOS) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Angry Mavericks Fan Goes Off on DeAndre Jordan, Clippers in NSFW Video

Many Dallas Mavericks fans grew furious while watching how the DeAndre Jordan saga unfolded Wednesday. Well, one Mavericks fan decided to let the whole world see just how angry he was by going off on a wild rant and posting it online. Obviously, Jordan was the main target of the angry man. Show More Summary

Q+A: Tyler Johnson

Miami's undrafted guard on what he learned during his rookie season with the Heat, his Summer League experiences, his sneaker rotation and more. The post Q+A: Tyler Johnson appeared first on SLAMonline.

Hornets' Aaron Harrison Goes for Huge 1-Handed Slam, Gets Rejected

Charlotte Hornets guard Aaron Harrison just learned that dunking in the NBA isn't as easy as it may have been for him in college. During Wednesday's NBA Summer League game between the Hornets and the Orlando Magic, Harrison attempted to throw down a huge one-handed slam. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers' Next Era Begins with D'Angelo Russell's Arrival

For a 19-year-old rookie who has yet to play in the NBA, D’Angelo Russell exudes a remarkable sense of confidence and sangfroid. After Monday’s practice for the upcoming summer-league games in Las Vegas, the Los Angeles Lakers' No. 2...Show More Summary

Chris Paul's domineering personality drove DeAndre Jordan away

Paul's relentlessness is the reason why he's a star. It's also what helped cause a blossoming teammate to leave his team. DeAndre Jordan had come so far. All he wanted was a high-five. In the seven years since Jordan entered the league...Show More Summary

Realistic Expectations for Memphis Grizzlies' Jarell Martin and Andrew Harrison

If Jarell Martin and Andrew Harrison are to show anything as rookies with the Memphis Grizzlies next season, they'll do so in brief flashes. The combination of a veteran rotation, the Grizzlies rookies' recent history and Martin andShow More Summary

Who Killed the Vancouver Grizzlies?

In honor of the 20th anniversary of the Grizzlies' inaugural season, we tried to find out just what went wrong in Vancouver, with some help from Mike Bibby. The post Who Killed the Vancouver Grizzlies? appeared first on SLAMonline.

Breaking Down How LaMarcus Aldridge Fits with San Antonio Spurs

We interrupt your holiday weekend to bring you the biggest news of the NBA offseason: All-Star power forward LaMarcus Aldridge is leaving the Portland Trail Blazers for the San Antonio Spurs, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo!...Show More Summary

Jason Williams' 13-Year-Old Displays Crazy Handles, Dubbed 'White Chocolate Jr.'

No, Jason Williams didn’t shrink. That’s his son. Jaxon, a 13-year-old ankle-destroyer, is just as lethal with the crossover as his pops—who, even at 39 years old, can still play. Not only does “White Chocolate Jr.” have his dad’s smooth handles, but he also seems to have the fire that helped define Williams’ 12-year NBA career. Show More Summary

The Time Is Now for Rajon Rondo to Resurrect NBA Career After Signing with Kings

The Sacramento Kings and Rajon Rondo both spent the last year spiraling out of control at different times, which makes the former the perfect place for the latter to try resurrecting his career. He'll attempt to do exactly that after agreeing to a one-year deal, as first reported by Yahoo Sports' Marc J. Show More Summary

Latvian Rap Song About Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis Released

Latvian comedic group Transleiteris recently honored their homeland native and New York Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis with a special tribute. Of course, unless you speak Latvian, you won't understand a thing they're saying. But you really don't need to. Show More Summary

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