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On NBA TV: U.S. Men vs. Venezuela

Team USA's exhibition run continues as it faces Venezuela in Chicago (9 p.m. ET).

A Little Awkward?

Harrison Barnes is seeking gold with a pair of ex-teammates ... and his replacement.

On NBA TV: U.S. Women vs. Canada

The U.S. women's team continues its exhibition play in Bridgeport tonight (7 ET).

Shootaround: That Was Quite The Move

Carmelo Anthony says he was 'shocked' by Dwyane Wade's decision to join the Bulls.

Best Of Amar'e

Over his career, Amar'e Stoudemire put more than his share of foes on posters.

Free Agent Tracker: Glad You Stayed

Dirk Nowitzki is back. So is Deron Williams. Catch up on that and all of Dallas' moves.

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Celtics.com

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Many happy returns

Gerald Green is glad to be back where his NBA career began.

Shootaround

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Hope rings true

Amar'e Stoudemire wants Phoenix to immortalize him.

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Shootaround

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'Great job'

That time Gregg Popovich scolded Earl Watson for ...

Analysis

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Meal plans

Is Team USA getting anything from its thin exhibition slate?

All Ball Blog

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Look out, youngster

Karl-Anthony Towns isn't about to be shown up at his camp.

 

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New footwork

DeMarcus Cousins and Harrison Barnes try a little soccer.

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Flashback

'I'm excited to go back'

Chicago native Dwyane Wade was a fan of the Bulls long before joining them this summer.

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Global game

From France to Australia, the NBA will have a sizable presence in the Rio Olympics.

Photo Gallery

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Through the years

Take a look back at the career of the former All-Star.

Top 10 Plays

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Best of Amar'e

Posterizers galore marked Amar'e Stoudemire's career.

Top Plays

Best of the best

The countdown is here. Enjoy the NBA offseason with a look at the Top 100 Plays of 2015-16.

Stats

Summer League Stats

Droppin' dimes

Tyus Jones' event-best 6.8 assists per game helped him win the Summer League MVP award.

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Bound for the bucket

Eric Bledsoe was tied for first in the league in drives per game in the 2015-16 season.