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Start Of Something Big

The Raptors took a surprisingly big step last season. Their goal in 2014-15? Show that last season was no fluke. Who steps up in Toronto? | Number crunching with Casey | Season Previews

The Remedy

The All-Star game has been out of Mike Conley's reach. That could soon change.

Growing Demands

With Rajon Rondo in his corner, Celtics coach Brad Stevens is finding his voice.

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Right here, right now

The tools appear to be there for the revamped Mavericks. Can they work their magic into a title?

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All Ball Blog

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Coming soon

Billy Crystal isn't the only funny man with ties to the Clips.

Fantasy

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Stay away

You might want to avoid a pair of Nets in your upcoming draft.

NBA Cares

Special week kicks off

From Oct. 19-26, the NBA's teams and players will take part in events to support their communities.

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Open Court

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Making jumps

The guys analyze the improved field in the Eastern Conference.

Tuesday, 7 ET

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What's the call?

Will the Knicks buy in to the triangle and make the playoffs?

The Starters

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En garde

The debate on the top backcourt rages on. Who's got the best?

Preview Schedule

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From Oct. 8-23

NBA TV breaks down each and every team for 2014-15.

Preseason Stats

Preseason Leaders

Standings

Rank Eastern W L
1 Toronto 5 1
2 Cleveland 4 1
3 Brooklyn 3 1
4 Orlando 4 2
5 Washington 4 2
6 Detroit 4 2
7 Chicago 4 2
8 Boston 4 3
Rank Western W L
1 Houston 4 1
2 Phoenix 3 1
3 Utah 4 2
4 Golden State 4 2
5 New Orleans 3 2
6 Minnesota 2 2
7 Portland 2 2
8 L.A. Lakers 2 3
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By The Numbers

Starting a movement?

The Spurs' offensive play has been a big talking point, but can it be useful for all teams?