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Shootaround (Aug. 7) -- Boston Celtics' Jaylen Brown ready to lead more this ...


With the departure of Paul George to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the starting small forward spot is certainly a possibility for Robinson III to earn at some point during the upcoming regular season.


Wolves' Taylor set on keeping team, signing Wiggins to extension -- Forget those rumors about massive change coming to the Minnesota Timberwolves.


Owner Glen Taylor put those rumblings to rest in a weekend conversation with Sid Hartman of the Star Tribune , who also points out that keeping Andrew Wiggins in Minneapolis is a priority:


A crazy fact that illustrates the NBA’s extreme transience: When the 2017-18 season begins, John Wall will be the only player from the 2010 draft class to have played his entire career with one team.


Nowitzki has been through it all with the Dallas Mavericks: establishing credibility, sustaining success, fighting through perceived plateaus, reaching the pinnacle with a 2011 NBA title and turning into the wise old veteran as the team rebuilds.




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