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David Aldridge

TNT Analyst

In wake of Draft lottery, some early ideas on who might fit best where

The combination was 1-7-9-10....

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Steve Aschburner

NBA Finals Preview: Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers meet for Round 3

Framed one way -- unstoppable force (LeBron James) meets unguardable offense (Golden State Warriors) -- The 2017 Finals sound like the sort of high school physics class in which you struggled to keep up, stay awake or both....

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Fran Blinebury

We could be looking at Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers in The Finals for a while

Nearly a full year after Kyrie Irving nailed the step-back shot over Stephen Curry and LeBron James leapt, then wept at the accomplishment of ending Cleveland's championship drought, we're back where we started. In fact, right back where the entire basketball world expected to be when the 2016-17 season tipped off on Oct. 25....

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Scott Howard-Cooper

On the Clock: Q & A with NBA executive vice president of basketball operations Kiki Vandeweghe

The number of Draft candidates who used the NBA's Undergraduate Advisory Committee broke triple digits this year for the first time, a sign of how prominent the program has become combined with the impact of a change by the NCAA that allows prospects to wait until 10 days after the Chicago combine before deciding whether to return to school....

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Shaun Powell

At 21-0, Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers remain on historic collision course

SAN ANTONIO — He sat behind the Spurs bench Saturday wearing a sharp suit and a frown, a clashing of styles and moods. Kawhi Leonard is watching these conference finals like plenty of other spectators, feeling deflated over what could've been....

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Craig Sager


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John Schuhmann

Keeping up with Cleveland Cavaliers' talent, offense a tough ask in Game 4

CLEVELAND -- Sometimes, it's just about talent. And in the Eastern Conference finals, one team clearly has more of it....

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Sekou Smith

Hang Time Blog

Ian Thomsen

Tough ending for Boston Celtics, but future looks promising for budding squad

BOSTON – The chant began in the final two minutes of the third quarter. "Let's go Celtics," sang the fans. They were able to work up three choruses of it when LeBron James silenced them with one 3-pointer and then another....

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Lang Whitaker

All Ball Blog