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Trending stories of August 7: The NBA articles you should read tonight

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

August 07 01:28 AM
RIO DE JANEIRO — “The Star-Spangled Banner” played before Team USA took on China Saturday night and all 12 members of the U.S. men’s Olympic team were lined up, heads bowed, with their right hands over their hearts. NBC cameras scrolled down the line and caught center DeMarcus Cousins yawning, which

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August 07 07:35 PM
Corey Cogdell-Unrein, the wife of Bears lineman Mitch Unrein, won the bronze medal in women’s trap shooting Sunday.

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August 07 07:34 PM
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Three-time doubles gold medalists Serena and Venus Williams lost an Olympic match as partners for the first time, stunned in the opening round of the Rio de Janeiro Games by the Czech Republic’s Lucie Safarova and Barbora Strycova 6-3, 6-4. The Williams sisters entered Sunday’s match with a 15-0 career record in the Olympics, winning the gold medal in women’s doubles every time they entered the event: in 2000, 2008 and 2012. The American duo was seeded No …

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August 07 12:02 PM
SUNDAY BUZZ COLUMN You know when UM has a chance to return to past greatness? When it starts procuring and then developing the types of game-changing defensive linemen that were hallmarks of the glory years (Cortez Kennedy, Russell Maryland, Warren Sapp). “I am not knocking any current player but I…

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August 07 05:05 PM
Paul George has been there.

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July 21 11:40 AM

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August 07 05:31 PM
New head coach of the Northern Arizona Suns Ty Ellis drops by the podcast to discuss his journey through the coaching ranks, his overseas career as well as an interesting travel story from his days as a player in the D-League. Also, co-hosts Adam Johnson and Chris Reichert discuss the latest D-League news including Jerry Stackhouse to become the new

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August 07 06:01 PM
It’s August and there isn’t much going on in the Nets world besides a couple players in Rio competing in the Olympics, and others back in Brooklyn working out and/or showing off their new colors in…

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August 07 05:09 PM
By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net After spending the three previous years of his career in the NBA, for the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Brooklyn Nets, Sergey Karasev decided to return to Europe, accepting an offer to play for Zenit. St. Petersburg. What drove him to this decision? “Probably the main reason that made me come back to …

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August 07 12:18 PM
George has a level of empathy that most people don’t after his own leg injury.

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August 07 03:08 PM
Cavs signed 2nd round pick Kay Felder to 3-year deal worth $2

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Basketball Insiders Intern Program 2016-2017 – via basketballinsiders.com

August 07 08:08 AM
Basketball Insiders is looking for a few interns for the 2016-2017 season. Interested? Click for details.

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August 07 11:43 AM
Paralympics chief says system in Russia is broken and corrupt.

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August 07 08:24 AM
Spurs’ Popovich honed coaching, leadership skills during apprenticeship with Nelson Vacationing somewhere in a mountainous region of Northern California, Don Nelson laughed heartily when told some Spurs fans are wondering if Gregg Popovich can adjust to life without Tim Duncan. The two-year stint represented a launching pad of sorts for Popovich’s career as an NBA head coach …

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August 07 11:07 AM
Riding a 41-game winning streak, U.S. women go for sixth consecutive gold medal in hoops.

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