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Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Timberwolves look for defense to step up at Kings

    The Minnesota Timberwolves hope to return to their previously successful style of defense when they seek to end a two-game losing streak Wednesday night against the Sacramento Kings. The Timberwolves had won nine of 12 in the wake of the Jimmy Butler trade to Philadelphia before losing their way defensively in 113-105 and 116-108 losses to Portland and Golden State, respectively, to open a four-game Western swing. Minnesota was done in by the Trail Blazers' 47.0-percent shooting on Saturday and the Warriors' 19 3-pointers on Monday.
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  • Shaq Says His Lakers Teams Would 'Easily' Beat Warriors

    The endless debate about which old school NBA teams would beat this version of the Golden State Warriors is not slowing anytime soon, and Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal thinks his teams that won three straight championship earlier this century would handle the current Warriors dynasty. Last year, Rasheed Wallace said his 2004 Pistons that upset O'Neal's Lakers in the Finals would beat the Warriors. Even Las Vegas got in on the act, saying last season's championship Warriors team would be favored over the 1996 Chicago Bulls team, which won a then-record 72 games in the regular season.
    12 Dec @ 6PM

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  • James wins final duel with Wade as Lakers roll on

    LeBron James won the final instalment of his long rivalry with Dwyane Wade on Monday, scoring 28 points as the Los Angeles Lakers held on for a 108-105 victory over the Miami Heat at the Staples Center. James and Wade, who arrived in the NBA together as part of a star-studded draft in 2003, have formed one of basketball's most famous rivalries and closest friendships over the course of their careers. Former team-mates at the Miami Heat, where the duo won back-to-back NBA championships in 2012 and 2013, the two faced each other for the last time on Monday with Wade retiring after the 2018 season.
    12 Dec @ 6PM

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  • Sorting out the drama in Chicago

    Senior NBA Writer Vince Goodwill discusses the drama going on with the Chicago Bulls and what the future might hold new head coach Jim Boylan.
    12 Dec @ 6PM

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  • Bulls commit season-high 27 turnovers in loss to Kings as frustrations continue to grow

    Things have been rapidly deteriorating in Chicago this season, and Monday night was absolutely no different. The Bulls fell to the Sacramento Kings 108-89 in Chicago on Monday night, their 13th loss in 15 games, and were booed off the floor at the United Center for the second straight game. It wasn’t just a loss that made Monday night so ugly, though.
    12 Dec @ 6PM

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  • Bulls Mutiny, Suns Misery, and the Power of Bad Ownership in the NBA

    On Monday morning I was talking to a friend who said, "The beauty of the NBA is that if you’re a dysfunctional franchise, you’re only going to get jokes for a couple of weeks because someone will outdo you." That's a good way to think about the Bulls and Suns. Last Monday, the Bulls fired Fred Hoiberg. From Tuesday to Friday, the Suns lost three games by a combined 56 points.
    12 Dec @ 6PM

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  • Kobe Bryant on MJ vs. LeBron GOAT Debate: 'Regular People Ask Very Simple Questions'

    Kobe Bryant believes fans still debating whether he, LeBron James or Michael Jordan is the greatest NBA player of all-time are asking "immature" questions. In a conversation on Barstool Sports "The Corp" Podcast, Bryant was asked by Dan Katz (Big Cat) who he believed was better. "See, that's the type of immature question people are asking," Bryant said laughing.
    12 Dec @ 6PM

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  • State of the Bulls summed up nicely by bus mishap

    The Bulls can’t even get a bus ride right. The Bulls are losing at a ridiculous pace. The players appear to hate head coach Jim Boylen, who replaced Fred Hoiberg last week because the team was terrible.
    12 Dec @ 12PM

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  • Bulls’ unconventional leadership committee will 'have input on what we do and how we operate’

    Bulls unconventional leadership committee will 'have input on what we do and how we operate originally appeared on nbcsportschicago.com The latest development in the clearing of the air between head coach Jim Boylen and his Bulls players is a leadership committee. Details of the committee first surfaced on Monday when ESPN's Malika Andrews and Ramona Shelburne reported that Zach LaVine had spoken with Boylen 1-on-1 following the infamous Sunday meetings at the Advocate Center. Those discussions led to the creation of the leadership committee, which both LaVine and Boylen spoke about on Tuesday before the team departed for Mexico City for their Thursday game against the Orlando Magic.
    11 Dec @ 11PM

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  • Report: Chicago Bulls Players Contacted NBPA About Jim Boylen's Tactics

    Chicago Bulls players contacted the National Basketball Players Association on Sunday to express concern over "extreme tactics" used by head coach Jim Boylen, Vincent Goodwill and Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports reported. According to the report, Bulls players filed a report with the NBPA after Boylen called for a lengthy practice following back-to-back games. Chicago is coming off the worst loss in franchise history: a 56-point pounding at the hands of the Celtics on Saturday.
    11 Dec @ 4AM

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