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  • If you thought Kawhi Leonard was going to be traded, it might be time to think again

    The future of Kawhi Leonard remains shrouded in doubt, but suggestions he is on his way out of San Antonio appear to be premature. The relationship between the 2014 NBA Finals MVP and the Spurs has been frosty since he reportedly told the team he was not comfortable playing while rehabbing from the quadriceps tendinopathy that forced him to miss the first 27 games of the season. Leonard made his season debut on December 12 against the Dallas Mavericks, but after playing nine of the following 17 games, on January 13 the Spurs opted to sideline him indefinitely. Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich admitted he did not know how long Leonard would be out for and the impasse over the 26-year-old’s future only increased amid reports that this summer San Antonio might not offer him the five-year extension worth $219 million he wants.
    21 Apr @ 6AM

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  • Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Went on a Date at a Houston Rockets Game

    After a whirlwind Coachella weekend filled with party buses, wig changes, and run-ins with exes, it's back to business as usual for Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott. The mom and dad of Stormi Webster were spotted (sans Stormi) at a basketball game in Houston on Wednesday, People reported, where they watched the Houston Rockets defeat the Minnesota Timberwolves 102–82. Houston is, after all, Scott's hometown, according to People, and the pair actually sparked dating rumors a year ago when they were caught canoodling at another Rockets game in Houston for their first public outing.
    19 Apr @ 5PM

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  • Mavericks, 76ers to play pre-season games in China

    The Philadelphia 76ers and Dallas Mavericks are heading to China. Philadelphia and Dallas have been slated to play a pair of pre-season games in China as part of the NBA Global Games China 2018, the NBA announced on Tuesday. The 76ers have previously played in NBA Global Games in Mexico, Puerto Rico, Germany, England and Spain.
    18 Apr @ 2PM

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  • 76ers, Mavericks to play two preseason games in China

    Dirk Nowitzki‘s 21st NBA season will include a trip in China. The league announced Tuesday that the Mavericks and 76ers will meet Oct. 5 in Shanghai and then Oct. 8 in Shenzhen. The 76ers, who are back in the playoffs this season, have a large international fan base.
    18 Apr @ 2PM

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  • Michigan's Moe Wagner enters NBA draft, skips senior season

    Moe Wagner is entering the NBA draft, and this year it sounds like that decision is final. The Michigan big man announced his plans Saturday with an essay written for The Players' Tribune, saying he's decided to sign with an agent and enter the draft. Wagner helped the Wolverines reach the NCAA title game earlier this month, where they lost to Villanova .
    15 Apr @ 6PM

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  • Michigan's Moe Wagner enters NBA draft, skips senior season

    Moe Wagner is entering the NBA draft, and this year it sounds like that decision is final. The Michigan big man announced his plans Saturday with an essay written for The Players' Tribune, saying he's decided to sign with an agent and enter the draft. Wagner helped the Wolverines reach the NCAA title game earlier this month, where they lost to Villanova .
    15 Apr @ 12AM

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  • Peters scores 36 as NBA-worst Suns rout Mavs

    Alec Peters poured in a career-high 36 points and five Phoenix teammates scored in double figures as the Suns ran away from the host Dallas Mavericks in a 124-97 victory on Tuesday in the final game of disappointing seasons for both squads. Phoenix (21-61) finished the season with the worst record in the league while Dallas (24-58) recorded its fewest amount of wins in a full season since the 1997-98 campaign. Peters opened the fourth quarter with a 3-pointer that pushed the Suns' lead to 86-76, and Phoenix's mix of role players and G League call-ups outlasted the Mavericks' similar bunch through the final minutes of the season.
    12 Apr @ 2PM

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  • Suns top Mavs 124-97 as reserves rule for lottery teams

    It will be a night to remember anyway in a forgettable season for both teams. Peters scored 36 points, 28 more than his previous best, and the Suns beat the Mavericks 124-97 on Tuesday night in a reserve-filled finale for teams headed to the lottery. 'I looked over at coach Carlisle and he was looking at me wide-eyed and I'm like, I'm exhausted right now,' said Peters, who bounced back and forth from the G League most of the season.
    11 Apr @ 11AM

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  • 76ers rout Mavericks 109-97, win 14th in row, tie club mark

    Philadelphia 76ers coach Brett Brown acknowledged that after he told his players and the media before the season began that the goal was to make the playoffs, it 'wasn't well received' by many in the cautious front office. Not only are the Sixers headed to the postseason, they're poised to make some noise. JJ Redick scored 18 points, and the surging 76ers matched a franchise record with their 14th consecutive victory, 109-97 over the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday.
    10 Apr @ 12PM

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  • 76ers rout Mavericks, get to 50 wins, clinch home court in first round

    J.J. Redick scored 18 points, and the surging Philadelphia 76ers matched a franchise record with their 14th consecutive victory, 109-97 over the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday. Two years after going 10-72, the Sixers (50-30) clinched home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs and secured their first 50-win season since Allen Iverson’s 2000-01 team, which lost in the Finals. The only other time the Sixers won 14 straight in a single season, Dr. J and Moses Malone delivered Philadelphia its last NBA title in 1983.
    9 Apr @ 5AM

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