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'Dream' Come True

Hakeem Olajuwon is an NBA legend. But he's much more than that in Africa.

Meet The Competitors

Players from Luol Deng to Chris Paul are lined up to go in Saturday's game in Africa.

NBA Africa: Remembering His Roots

Nigerian-born Raptors GM Masai Ujiri has always been passionate about giving back.

Moving Forward

Kent Bazemore and the Hawks aren't resting on their laurels going into 2015-16.

This One's On Me

The Warriors gave David Lee what he wanted, so he bought them all lunch.

Return Of The King?

LeBron James may not be done with Team USA just quite yet, says Jerry Colangelo.

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Hang Time Bloig

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Out of context

Josh Smith circles back to explain his salary comments.

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Shootaround

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'I felt disrespected'

Wesley Matthews is upset with how things ended in Portland.

Power Rankings

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The aftermath

How will DeMarre Carroll modify his new and former teams?

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Smitty's Mt. Rushmore

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Offering knowledge

Africa hasn't been the only Basketball Without Borders setting.

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Hoopin' in Africa

This year's Basketball Without Borders features a unique first.

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Rank Eastern W L
1 Atlanta 60 22
2 Cleveland 53 29
3 Chicago 50 32
4 Toronto 49 33
5 Washington 46 36
6 Milwaukee 41 41
7 Boston 40 42
8 Brooklyn 38 44
Rank Western W L
1 Golden State 67 15
2 Houston 56 26
3 L.A. Clippers 56 26
4 Portland 51 31
5 Memphis 55 27
6 San Antonio 55 27
7 Dallas 50 32
8 New Orleans 45 37
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