1:28 PM EST, Sat December 10, 2016

Fantasy Update

Dec 6, 2016
Hoops Hype
Zaza Pachulia and Dirk Nowitzki famously had a bet on who would dunk more with the Mavericks last season. It didn’t take much to win that one, but for the record Pachulia prevailed 13-5. That’s 18 dunks in 151 games combined. Very unimpressive. Also very unimpressive: Pachulia’s dunk attempt vs. Indiana Monday night. Warrior teammate Draymond Green called for the lowlight to make Shaqtin’ A Fool right after the game. Of course. Zaza has to make #Shaqtin with his dunk sequence right? — Draymond Green (@Money23Green) December 6, 2016

Zaza Pachulia making strides with Warriors

TORONTO — Zaza Pachulia has spent past offseasons working toward his MBA, serving as the style editor for Hoop magazine, running several businesses in his native Tbilisi, Georgia, and traveling with the NBA’s “Basketball Without Borders” outreach initiative. “You can always add something to your knowledge and experience,” Pachulia said after the Warriors’ practice Tuesday night. After 13 NBA seasons without reaching a conference finals, he had no qualms being the least notable player in his new team’s starting lineup. In head coach Steve Kerr’s system, he is tasked with...

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