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  • Warriors Beat Blazers to Take Game 1, Rockets Blow Out Thunder in Battle of MVP Contenders

    The second day of the 2017 NBA Playoffs had four exciting games that were headlined by the Golden State Warriors going up against the Portland Trail Blazers. The Warriors went on to defeat the Blazers to take Game 1 and a 1-0 lead.more

  • Signing Jeremy Lin's Backup the Priority for Brooklyn Nets This Offseason

    The Brooklyn Nets finished the season with the worst record in the NBA but they are going to have a lot of money to spend in the offseason. The latest NBA rumors suggest that the Nets will prioritize signing a backup point guard this summer just in case Jeremy Lin continues to struggle with injuries next season.more

  • NBA News: Mike D'Antoni, Gregg Popovich Neck-and-Neck for Coach of the Year?

    Houston Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni and Gregg Popovich of the San Antonio Spurs are the front-runners to be the NBA Coach of the Year 2017. One for the genius move of transferring James Harden to point guard, while the other one for quiet consistency.more

  • Chris Paul To Sign Extension for $200 Million This Offseason?

    Chris Paul stands to earn more than $200 million when he re-signs with the Los Angeles Clippers this offseason. The contract, if the two parties will come to an agreement, will ensure that the all-star point guard will probably retire with the team in five years.more

  • Metta World Peace Leaving Los Angeles Lakers, Nick Young To Follow Suit?

    Metta World Peace has already confirmed that he's leaving the Los Angeles Lakers as the aging forward believes that his playing days are not over. But there's another polarizing player in the roster where fans are not allowed a middle ground: Nick Young.more

  • Jeremy Lin Says Brooklyn Nets Will Attract Free Agents This Summer

    The Brooklyn Nets had a very good final two months of the season wherein they had an 11-13 record to finish the season at 20-62. Jeremy Lin, who helped the team win games since the All-Star break, believes that the Nets could attract free agents this summer.more

  • Chicago Bulls May Join Blake Griffin Chase in Offseason?

    Despite making it to the playoffs, the Chicago Bulls clearly need another key player that can complement Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade, if they are still around next season. The Bulls lack a strong presence inside the shaded lane, like power forward Blake Griffin. According to Ernest Shepard of The Inquisitr, the Bulls may go after Griffin, who will be a free agent at the end of the season. Shepard said Griffin may bolt the Clippers if they fail to advance past the first round of the playoffs. The Clippers lost Game 1 of their best-of-seven series against the Utah Jazz.more

  • Kristaps Porzingis Tired of Knicks' Drama, Wants Out of New York?

    Tired and frustrated with the drama between the New York Knicks and superstar Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis has skipped the team exit interview and started his offseason vacation in his home country of Latvia. Earlier, team president Phil Jackson said Anthony "would be better off somewhere else". According to Yahoo! Sports, Porzingis is planning to extend his stay in Latvia and return to New York until closer to start of training camp. Porzingis’ decision to skip the exit interview is a sign of solidarity with Anthony and a protest to the way the team has been treating the superstar.more

  • NBA Rumors: Carmelo Anthony's Departure from Knicks Inevitable After Phil Jackson's Comment

    president Phil Jackson made a strong statement about the future of Carmelo Anthony with the franchise. Jackson told reporters Friday that the superstar “would be better off somewhere else”. “We’ve not been able to win with (Anthony) on the court at this time,” Jackson said, per ESPN.com report. “I think the direction with our team is that he’s a player that would be better off somewhere else and using his talent somewhere where he can win or chase that championship.”more

  • Jahlil Okafor Faces Uncertain Future With Philadelphia Sixers Next Season

    While next season looks bright for the Philadelphia 76ers, Jahlil Okafor's future with the team is uncertain. The 76ers may trade or cut the former No. 3 pick to clear the frontcourt logjam. Last season, the 76ers addressed their frontcourt problem by trading Nerlens Noel to the Dallas Mavericks. The 76ers also tried to trade Okafor but failed to find any taker. Sixers president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo, said the team will be willing to trade Okafor if a right deal that will benefit the franchise and the center come along.more

  • Cleveland Cavaliers News: LeBron James' Confidence Sky-High at This Point

    The 2016-17 NBA regular season is a thing of the past for LeBron James. Cleveland Cavaliers' franchise superstar sounded ready for the playoffs and he believes they are still capable of winning the championship, even if they faced problems as of late.more

  • NBA Rumors: New York Knicks Not Bringing Back Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Rose

    Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose's days representing the Big Apple might come to an end this 2017 off-season. Following another unsuccessful campaign, drastic changes are expected to happen within the New York Knicks and it could involve both veteran stars.more

  • Carmelo Anthony Expected to Waive No-Trade Clause, End Stint With New York Knicks This Summer

    Carmelo Anthony might have played his final game with the New York Knicks on April 12 against the Philadelphia 76ers. According to the latest NBA rumors, the Knicks are going to trade Anthony this summer and he is willing to waive his no-trade clause.more

  • Jeremy Lin Could Have Competition as Nets Point Guard Next Season

    The first season of Jeremy Lin as a member of the Brooklyn Nets was ruined by injuries. According to the latest NBA rumors, the Nets could sign another point guard to avoid another situation wherein they have no real playmaker on the team.more

  • Jeremy Lin Happy With His Leadership Role in Brooklyn, Optimistc About Nets' Offseason

    Jeremy Lin missed a total of 46 games in his first season with the Brooklyn Nets but he is very happy about his leadership role in the team. He is also optimistic about next season since they showed in the final couple of months of the season what they can really do.more

  • NBA Rumors: Grant Hill Turns Down Magic VP for Basketball Operations Job

    Until they find an immediate successor to general manager Rob Hennigan, the Orlando Magic will head into the offseason with uncertainty. The Magic fired Hennigan after five losing seasons during his tenure as GM. The Magic reportedly turned to their former superstar, Grant Hill, and offered him the position of vice president for basketball operations. According to ESPN.com, Hill turned down the offer, saying he has no interest in the job.more

  • Lakers Rumors: Tyler Ennis' LA Future Still Uncertain Depending on Draft Lottery Results

    Los Angeles Lakers point guard Tyler Ennis’ future with the Hollywood squad is still uncertain, according to reports, despite his recent impressive performances for head coach Luke Walton. There is a chance that the Lakers might retain him next season, but it will all depend on the upcoming NBA draft this June.more

  • Los Angeles Lakers Almost Traded for Atlanta Hawks Forward Paul Millsap

    Jeanie Buss truly values the Los Angeles Lakers' young talents that she chose them over Atlanta Hawks star forward Paul Millsap. The Lakers, under then-executive Jim Buss, reportedly attempted to trade for Millsap before the deadline but Jeanie prevented it from happening.more

  • NBA Playoffs Schedule: First Round Matchups, Dates, Times, TV Information and More

    The 2016-17 NBA regular season is officially over and the 2017 NBA Playoffs is set to begin on Saturday, April 15. Here are all the things you need to know for the 2017 NBA Playoffs including the matchups, schedule, television information and more.more

  • Without Jeremy Lin, Brooklyn Nets Gets Trampled By Chicago Bulls in Final Game of the Season

    The Brooklyn Nets were without Jeremy Lin, Brook Lopez and four other players on Wednesday's final regular season game against the Chicago Bulls. The result was a big loss for the Netmore

  • NBA Rumors: Ben Simmons Not Healthy Enough to Play in the 2017 Summer League?

    Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers missed the entire 2016-17 NBA season due to a fractured fifth metatarsal bone in his right foot. He has been cleared for five-on-five play but the latest NBA rumors suggest that he will not play in the 2017 Summer League.more

  • NBA Rumors: Dion Waiters May Join Forces With 76ers' Ben Simmons Next Season

    All eyes will be on the Philadelphia 76ers when this year's No. 1 overall pick Ben Simmons sees action for the first time since suffering a broken foot in training camp last September 30. In his return, Simmons may team up with center Joel Embiid and power forward Dario Saric, making the 76ers one of the teams to watch next season. Shooting guard Dion Waiters has an option of joining his hometown team if he opts out of the final year of his deal with the Miami Heat. Before the start of this season, Waiters signed a two-year contract worth $5.9 million, with a player option for next year.more

  • NBA Playoffs: Dion Waiters Ready to See Action If Miami Heat Reach Postseason

    The 2017 NBA Playoffs is just days away and if the Miami Heat make it past the regular season, guard Dion Waiters will be seeing action. Waiters is out for the Heat since last month because of a sprained left ankle suffered in a game versus the Minnesota Timberwolves.more

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