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Trending stories of August 1: The NBA articles you should read this morning

These are the articles the top NBA reporters have been sharing on Twitter the last 12 hours. Enjoy!

July 31 06:13 PM
From his assault charge to his new Snapchat controversy, the Warriors star is making the wrong kind of headlines.

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August 01 08:57 AM
Carmelo hated it.

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July 31 11:12 PM
Sean Highkin (Bleacher Report, NBC Sports) and Cody Westerlund (670 The Score) recap Dwyane Wade’s introductory press conference and discuss how he will fit on the court and in the locker room. They also talk about the USA-Venezuela exhibition game at the United Center and Tom Thibodeau’s reception from fans.
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August 01 09:41 AM
View photos for Anthony Davis visits Anaheim Angels

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TIm Duncan – via linkedin.com

August 01 09:44 AM

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August 01 09:43 AM
The non-waiver trade deadline is 4 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1, 2016, and Phillies beat writer Kevin Cooney talks about two pitchers that could be on the move.

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August 01 09:41 AM
The Slovenian point guard is still free agent

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August 01 09:38 AM
Mark Lyons is officially a player of Usak Sportif.

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August 01 09:38 AM
Day’s eagle moved him to 13 under par for the tournament, one shot behind Walker even though Day had stepped onto the Baltusrol course Wednesday for the first time and played only one abbreviated practice round.

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August 01 09:35 AM
Modi’s pledge to cleanse the Ganges isn’t just about metaphor or religion. It goes to the very heart of his appeal.

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August 01 09:33 AM

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August 01 09:32 AM
Beno Udrih — out for the season due to injury and in the final year of his contract — sacrificed $90,000 to get the Heat under the luxury-tax line last season. Miami hasn’t repaid…

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August 01 09:29 AM
Nigeria has the roster for Rio

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August 01 09:21 AM
Here’s what you need to know before the Buckeyes start practice.

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August 01 09:20 AM
Yogi Ferrell realizes making the Nets final, 12-man roster won’t be easy. While he has a $100,000 guarantee, the Nets have 15 players with full guarantees … and five of them can play point guard. But he’s not intimidated.

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