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    Karl-Anthony Towns helped off court with right calf strain

    The Minnesota Timberwolves’ shaky start to the season took a turn for the worst when Karl-Anthony Towns needed assistance leaving the court against Washington in the third quarter. He wasn’t using his right leg at all. The crew is now hoping that the damage is not too severe.   Towns left the game against the […] More

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    Zion Williamson competes in his 100th NBA game

    The New Orleans Pelicans defeated the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder 105-101 on Monday night, with Zion Williamson playing his 100th NBA game in the process. Williamson scored the game-winning and-1 in the waning seconds. His professional life has taken off like lightning. Even though you don’t frequently see him, he is amazing when you do. […] More

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    Kemba Walker, a four-time All-Star, and the Mavs are close to a deal

    Kemba Walker, a four-time All-Star guard, and the Dallas Mavericks are nearing a contract, a source familiar with the talks told The Associated Press on Monday. Walker’s career has been put on pause due to knee problems, but the 32-year-old may provide the floundering Mavericks with some much-needed backcourt support for superstar Luka Doncic.   […] More

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    Patrick Beverley is given a three-game ban by the NBA

    The next three games of the NBA Regular Season in 2022–23 for the Los Angeles Lakers will be played without Patrick Beverley. The NBA declared Beverley to be banned for three games on Friday. He will be absent from the next two games of the three-game road trip, which include the games against the San […] More

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    Paolo Banchero Returns to Orlando Magic Practice

    This next Christmas, the Orlando Magic could have a little bit more to be grateful for. The Magic received some encouraging news about injuries at Wednesday’s practice with rookie Paolo Banchero. Depending on how he responds to the practice and therapy, it will be determined if he will play against the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday. […] More

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    Kyrie Irving may re-join the Nets by Sunday

    Kyrie Irving, the Brooklyn Nets’ suspended All-Star guard, is almost done with the steps necessary to resume playing basketball. He might do it as early as Sunday’s game at Barclays Center against the Memphis Grizzlies. On Thursday night in Portland, Irving will miss his eighth straight game, but sources claimed he is nearing the conclusion […] More

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    Donte Greene, an ex-NBA player, was accused with attempted robbery

    Local news sources state that former NBA basketball star Donte Greene was detained after attempting to rob a gas station employee in Indiana. Greene, 34, is accused of trying to rob a Phillips 66 gas station employee after lunging at him and ordering him to “give him all the money,” according to the Goshen Police […] More

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    NBPA Respond to Kyrie Irving’s Predicament

    Due to Irving’s position on the COVID-19 vaccination, he made headlines last season, and as a result, he was declared unable to participate for the duration of the 2021–22 season. As a result of a shared tweet promoting the antisemitic book and movie “Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America,” Irving has now been placed […] More

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    Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving Issue a Joint Statement

    The previous week’s events have caused a wide range of feelings among the Nets organization, our Brooklyn neighborhood, and the country. The subsequent public discussion has raised awareness of the difficulties our society has in battling hatred and hate speech. We are prepared to take on this task and understand that this is an exceptional […] More

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    Coach Becky Hammon Joins ESPN as Analyst

    The Las Vegas Aces’ head coach Becky Hammon will join ESPN as an NBA studio commentator for the 2022–2023 season, according to a press release from ESPN. The disclosure was made today in Ojai, California at the espnW: Women + Sports Summit. In December, Hammon will make his ESPN debut.   Hammon expressed his excitement […] More

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    In the absence of Ingram, Jones, and Williamson, Pelicans Edge Mavericks

    Tuesday night, Trey Murphy III scored 22 points to help the struggling New Orleans Pelicans defeat the Dallas Mavericks 113-111 despite the recent phenomenal play of Luka Doncic. In addition to Zion Williamson (hip bruise) and Brandon Ingram (concussion protocol), the Pelicans were without a third starter, Herb Jones (hyperextended knee), their best defensive player, […] More

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