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The Dream Shake 1 hour ago
TDS Player Previews: Patrick Beverley

TDS Player Previews: Patrick Beverley

Entering his 2nd year as starting PG, Patrick Beverley is at a pivotal point in his career. Today, TDS previews Mr. 94 feet and his expected contributions to the Rockets this season. Can we expect a break-out year for the Chicago native or a stagnating stat line? Join us as we explore the possibilities. Player: Patrick Beverley Age: 26 Position: Point Guard Height: 6'1" Acquired: Free Agency (Overseas buy-out - St. Petersburg, Russia) Contract: Final year a 3-year contract.  To be paid $915,243 this season (will enter restricted free agency if we extend him a qualifying offer this...
The Dream Shake 19 hours ago

TDS Player Preview - Donatas Motiejunas

With this box of Donuts, we're still not sure what we're going to get. Player: Donatas Motiejunas Age: 24.032, according to B-Ref. He's on the good side of 24. We'll add this to the list of positives. Position: Power Forward and definitely not center. Acquired: Draft day trade with Minnesota. Rockets...
CougCenter 1 hour ago

Brock Motum in line to make the Jazz

There could be three Cougars in the NBA this season with Brock Motum on the verge of making the Jazz. Klay Thompson remains well established in the NBA and Aron Baynes is entering his third year with the San Antonio Spurs. They may be joined by a third WSU product with Brock Motum looking likely to make the Utah Jazz 15-man roster. Motum signed with the Jazz after impressing during the NBA Summer League. He has apparently continued to impress. The Jazz released a pair of players on Wednesday, including NBA veteran Dahntay Jones. That brings the Jazz roster to 15 players, the maximum allowed...
Akron Beacon Journal 20 hours ago
NBA votes down proposed changes to draft lottery; Cavs reportedly voted in favor

NBA votes down proposed changes to draft lottery; Cavs reportedly voted in favor

MEMPHIS, Tenn.: The NBA’s current draft lottery system will remain in place after 13 teams voted no to a proposal that would make it more difficult for the worst teams to win the No. 1 pick, Yahoo Sports reported. The vote was held Wednesday at the Board of Governors meeting in New York. The Cavaliers, recently the biggest benefactors of the current system, voted in favor of better balancing the odds between the non-playoff teams, according to Yahoo, which reported the 13 teams that voted down the proposal: the Phoenix Suns, Philadelphia 76ers, Oklahoma City Thunder, New Orleans Pelicans,...

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Plain Dealer 8 mins ago

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Plain Dealer 24 mins ago

Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love says he needs more inside touches to get his game back, confident he'll return to form

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Newark Star-Ledger 1 hour ago

NBA Preview 2014-2015: Can Russell Westbrook carry the Thunder without Kevin Durant? Northwest Division predictions

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Plain Dealer 1 hour ago

LeBron James sits, Cleveland Cavaliers drop preseason finale to Memphis Grizzlies

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Rip City Project 2 hours ago

Allen Crabbe capitalizes on the heaviest minutes of his NBA career

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Grand Rapids Press 3 hours ago

Throw out NBA maximum contracts, Detroit Pistons' Stan Van Gundy says

Pistons' president of basketball operations and head coach said capping contracts for superstar players restricts small-market teams' competitiveness in free agency.
Arizona Republic 5 hours ago
Suns see error of their ways during loss

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Arizona Republic 6 hours ago
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Clippers' Doc Rivers: 'I trust Blake' Griffin regarding alleged assault

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Boston Herald 7 hours ago
Celtics Notebook: C's bomb away to beat the Nets

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