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Akron Beacon Journal 11 hours ago
Kyrie Irving and LeBron James combine for 70 points in 103-95 victory against Pistons

Kyrie Irving and LeBron James combine for 70 points in 103-95 victory against Pistons

AUBURN HILLS, MICH.: The last time the Detroit Pistons saw these Cavaliers, they were getting booed off their home floor following a miserable collapse in one of the worst losses of the season. Two trades and three new faces later, there were no such problems in Tuesday’s 103-95 victory against the Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills. The Cavs’ new-found defensive intensity continued, Kyrie Irving matched his season high in scoring and the Cavs won their seventh straight. They also eradicated any lingering scars from that 103-80 home debacle in late December against these same...
Bright Side Of The Sun 14 hours ago
Phoenix Suns lighten up on benching policy for technicals

Phoenix Suns lighten up on benching policy for technicals

The coaches and the players have struck a deal - keep the complaints to the officials to a minimum (rather than 0) and they won't get benched for losing their cool. After trying but failing to connect with the Phoenix Suns front office directly on Monday - President, General Manager and Coach - about the origin and intention of their benching policy for getting T'd up for arguing with officials, I surmised the policy was back under consideration going forward. On Friday against the Houston Rockets and Sunday against the Los Angeles Clippers, in each game a Suns starter got T'd up by an...

Lakers' Nick Young is nursing an ankle injury

Nick Young didn't play Tuesday night because of a sprained right ankle, the small forward becoming yet another of the Lakers going down because of an injury.
Grand Rapids Press 3 hours ago
Stan Van Gundy focused on players Detroit Pistons do have, not the one they don't

Stan Van Gundy focused on players Detroit Pistons do have, not the one they don't

The Pistons have dropped three in a row after 103-95 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and it was turnovers and defensive rebounding, not the loss of Brandon Jennings, that had their coach's attention.

John Wall starred through sickness, not Achilles’ soreness in win over Lakers

LOS ANGELES — John Wall didn’t participate at shoot-around Tuesday morning and was a game-time decision to play against the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center Tuesday night, but it wasn’t for the reason the Washington Wizards officially listed. The team said Wall was dealing with a sore left Achilles’, but after the Wizards’ 98-92 […]

Bulls 113, Warriors 111 OT: Once again, we’re reminded Warriors can’t win it all without Bogut

First off, fabulous game at Oracle Arena Tuesday night. It was a Warriors’ loss, but Chicago came to play and the Warriors did, too. Except for one guy — Andrew Bogut, who begged out after lineup introductions with flu-like symptoms.… Continue Reading →The post Bulls 113, Warriors 111 OT: Once again, we’re reminded Warriors can’t win it all without Bogut appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Hot Hot Hoops 10 hours ago
Recap: Heat knocked out in the final round 109-102 vs Bucks

Recap: Heat knocked out in the final round 109-102 vs Bucks

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao sat courtside on opposite sides of the court to watch the Bucks take down the Heat. Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao were in the building and even met during halftime to discuss fighting in May. After they took their seat, they witnessed Jerryd Bayless knockout Miami. The Miami Heat came into the game needing a victory for playoff positioning and left closer to the 8th seed than to 6th. First Half The Hassan Whiteside impact is taking over the city. There were only standing room only once the ball was tipped. Milwaukee was clearly aware of Whiteside...
Straight Outta Vancouver 2 hours ago

Report Card: Memphis Grizzlies at Dallas Mavericks

Zach Randolph leads the Grizzlies to an impressive 19 point win in Dallas Grizzlies Report Card Grizzlies 109 - 90 Mavericks Coach Dave Joerger: Grade: A Coach Joerger did a fantastic job last night. To go into Dallas on the second night of a back to back and hold the Mavs to 90 points and win the game by 19 points was pretty amazing, even more so when he went into the game without two of the Grizzlies most influential players in Mike Conley and Tony Allen. HCDJ rode with the bench whilst they were hot, called time outs at the right moments in the third quarter when Dallas threatened to put...

More NBA Rumors & News

Plain Dealer 3 mins ago

Should Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love make NBA All-Star Game 2015?

Consensus around the league appears to be that Kevin Love shouldn't make the All-Star team this year and Love is OK with that.
Plain Dealer 34 mins ago

LeBron James: Kyrie Irving is "turning into a leader in his own right"

LeBron James and Kyrie Irving were brilliant in a win over Detroit. But it's tonight's opponent, Portland, that is a reminder of how far Irving has come in James' eyes.
Grand Rapids Press 1 hour ago

Detroit Pistons likely to add a third point guard Thursday, exploring all options, SVG says

The Pistons have gone with D.J. Augustin and Spencer Dinwiddie as the only roster point guards but are expected to add help after the completion of a four-in-five tonight at Philadelphia.
Sun Herald 1 hour ago

ADVOCATE: Benson says relatives never showed they were competent to run teams

Despite recently announcing his intention to alter a succession plan that would have left New Orleans’ NFL and NBA franchises to his daughter and her children upon his death, Saints…

Trail Blazers vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: Game preview

The Blazers visit LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday night at 4 p.m.
J.michael / CSN Washington 7 hours ago

Morning tip: John Wall, Martell Webster escape injury scares

The toughest part of the NBA -- unseen by most -- is what players have to go through on a routine basis to get game ready.
San Francisco Chronicle 8 hours ago

Warriors remember late, beloved Manute Bol with bobblehead

Warriors remember late, beloved Manute Bol with bobblehead At 7-foot-7, Manute Bol was the tallest player the NBA had ever seen, a formidable measurement exceeded only by the size of his heart. At Mullin’s encouragement, the Warriors acquired Bol in a trade with the Washington Bullets — and life around the Oakland Coliseum Arena, as it was known back then, would never be quite the same. For young fans trying to imagine a man standing 7-foot-7, Bol appeared to be even larger than that, a veritable string bean with legs as long as a California redwood. Amazingly, Bol developed a...

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  • 7 Kobe Bryant

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