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The King Holds Court

Favorite movie? Top teammate? How about a loan? LeBron reveals all on Twitter.

Power Rankings: Deeper ... But Better?

Chris Paul and Blake Griffin have more help -- but the Clippers aren't issue-free.

Forever Linked

Look back at the NBA's long-standing outreach in Africa over the years.

'I Can Still Help Someone'

After a solid Pan Am Games, veteran Damien Wilkins eyes a return to the NBA.

Adding To The Package

Orlando forward Aaron Gordon is starting to see the fruits of his offseason labor.

Another Chance

Now sober, former NBA All-Star Vin Baker is on a management track with Starbucks.

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Who are those guys?

The Nationals, Stags and Zephyrs? Yep, the NBA has a rich past.

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Shootaround

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Off the Marc

Phil Jackson's salary cap miscalculation may have cost the Knicks.

Clippers.com

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Summer sweat

Go behind the scenes of Lance Stephenson's summer workout.

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Smitty's Mt. Rushmore

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Hoopin' in Africa

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

 

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That Cavalier feeling

What to make of the recent signings and moves in Cleveland?

Stats

Playoffs Leaders

Standings

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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No. 1 pick Karl-Anthony Towns' willingness to defend was on full display during Summer League.