3:30 AM EST, Fri November 28, 2014
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Signing Sebastian Telfair was a mistake

We delve into the other options available to Sam Presti at the time, as well as how Telfair actually performed with the game on the line. The results aren't pretty! On July 15th, 2014, the Thunder signed Sebastian Telfair for the 2014-2015 season. On November 26th, 2014, after just 16 games of service, Telfair was cut loose. In his place is Ish Smith, now the defacto third string point guard. A lot of Thunder fans have already probably made up their mind about Sebastian Telfair, especially considering all of the losing the Thunder have been doing. But before we rush to any quick judgements...

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Trail Blazers vs. Memphis Grizzlies: Game preview

The Blazers host the Grizzlies in a marquee early-season matchup between two of the top three teams in the Western Conference.
philly.com 1 hour ago

Brown stresses big picture with winless Sixers

Brett Brown hopes that history will be kind to the 76ers. On the surface, the Sixers have been linked to the franchise's dismal 1972-73 squad after a 99-91 loss to Brooklyn on Wednesday at the Wells Fargo Center.
philly.com 3 hours ago

Turkish player won't help Sixers much

Coach Brett Brown could be looking overseas in the hopes of finding someone to spark Sixers.
Oakland Tribune 3 hours ago

Warriors' Stephen Curry talks of home before Charlotte game

Curry grew up cheering for his father Dell's Hornets
Boston Herald 4 hours ago
With pieces in place, Celtics need star

With pieces in place, Celtics need star

It is still terribly early in the NBA season. At least it is for some teams.It is not expected that Cleveland will remain a .500 outfit by next April, and there is at least some measure of doubt that Philadelphia will still be winless by spring.But while the numbers on your Celtics may vary and could even get a little inflated by geography — the Eastern Conference constitutes stage makeup for your record — they pretty much are who we thought they were.
Toronto Sun 4 hours ago
Raptors fans have reason to cheer

Raptors fans have reason to cheer

Toronto sporting outfits have not tended to be strong starters over the past two decades, which makes the current Raptors run even more intriguing.
Toronto Sun 4 hours ago
Raptors don't care about the odds

Raptors don't care about the odds

The days of the Raptors being able to legitimately play the underdog card are either quickly disappearing or they are gone already.

Larry Sanders seems to embrace Bucks' new culture

Larry Sanders, the Milwaukee Bucks’ 6-foot-11 center, is again becoming the team’s defensive anchor while finding his place in the offense under coach Jason Kidd.
Orange County Register 5 hours ago
Clippers' Paul lifts spirit of grieving boy

Clippers' Paul lifts spirit of grieving boy

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Michael Gallagher carried a camera everywhere Wednesday, wanting something permanent to remember this day by. For the last year, his family had been living one moment at a time. This wasn’t some kind of affirmation or...
Chicago Sun-Times 5 hours ago

Don’t tell him but Jimmy Butler’s star is shining

Taj Gibson (left ankle) was expected in Boston on Thursday night, but he might not be ready to go Friday afternoon against the Celtics.

NBA Player News

  • 2 LeBron James

    LeBron James

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  • 1 Pau Gasol

    Pau Gasol

    Jordan Hill proving himself to be Lakers' go-to No. 2 player

  • 1 Larry Sanders

    Larry Sanders

    Larry Sanders seems to embrace Bucks' new culture

  • 1 Dirk Nowitzki

    Dirk Nowitzki

    4 in the morning: Tyson Chandler was great, but so was Dirk Nowitzki and the FTs

  • 1 Derek Fisher

    Derek Fisher

    Derek Fisher returns to Oklahoma City as his new team in similar spot as his old one

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NBA Schedule Nov 28th

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