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Hang Time: Taking Their Shots

The deals some 3-point shooters reached in free agency reflect just how vital marksmanship is. Last season's 3-point leaders | Free Agent Tracker | Offseason player movement

Shootaround: Don't Wanna Go

Taj Gibson would much rather stay in Chicago than be a part of any major trade.

Top Games Of 2013-14

Damian Lillard's game winner is among our picks, but does it get your vote?

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Out in the cold

Boston might be getting out of the Kevin Love chase after all.

All Ball Blog

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Try it on

How would Paul George look in a new jersey number?


All Ball Blog

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The LBJ Redemption

LeBron James' letter gets a faux-famous narration.


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Summer wondering

Charlotte (and others) are well positioned come 2014-15.


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Best of the '60s

Several teams helped steer the NBA's third decade.

FA Tracker

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Still waiting

Michael Beasley hasn't had many free-agent suitors thus far.

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On The Road

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It's carnival time!

Darryl Dawkins visits Sactown on his latest NBA Nation trek.


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Building the buzz

Patrick Ewing talks about the Hornets' new young faces.



Which player has the best Rookie of the Year chance?

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Playoffs Leaders


Rank Eastern W L
1 Indiana 56 26
2 Miami 54 28
3 Toronto 48 34
4 Chicago 48 34
5 Washington 44 38
6 Brooklyn 44 38
7 Charlotte 43 39
8 Atlanta 38 44
Rank Western W L
1 San Antonio 62 20
2 Oklahoma City 59 23
3 L.A. Clippers 57 25
4 Houston 54 28
5 Portland 54 28
6 Golden State 51 31
7 Memphis 50 32
8 Dallas 49 33
Full Standings

Solid as a Spur

It's really no surprise that nearly half of the top 10 players in net rating came via San Antonio.