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Trending stories of August 15: 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 14 10:43 PM
Kyrie Irving lost his balance after catching the pass, feet slipping out from under him as embarrassment loomed. Diving and bracing for a soft landing, Irving spotted Kevin Durant streaking out of the corner of his eye and realized he could still make a play. Before face-planting on the court, Irving

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August 15 09:57 AM
HBO’s Bill Simmons joins JJ Redick on The Vertical podcast. Simmons discuss his new HBO show, his evolution as a podcast host and talks with Redick about how social media has impacted professional athletes. Simmons and Redick discuss the relationship between athletes, including Redick’s own history as a villain at Duke.

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Chicago – via theplayerstribune.com

August 15 01:11 PM
Things are going to get better. It is going to change, if we step up and help our city. And I’m here to help.

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August 15 02:56 PM
Simmons discusses his new HBO show, and athletes and social media.

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August 15 09:15 AM

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August 15 07:01 PM
Ever heard of Ernie DiGregorio? You will remember the name after you see this.

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August 15 06:09 PM
The Vertical Podcast Network will air every weekday at 3:00 pm ET on satellite radios (Sirius ch. 214 and XM ch. 203) and on the SiriusXM app (ch. 967).

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August 15 05:39 PM
New defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski has helped turned the momentum for UM’s pass rushers and run stuffers, who didn’t do much under the previous coaching staff

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August 14 09:10 PM
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Together, they helped shove the U.S. from the top of the world in men’s basketball. Argentina and Spain produced their greatest generations at the same time, icons who were capable of beating the mighty Americans. They once did in the same tournament — on U.S. soil. “Two of the best teams of the last decade for sure,” Argentina’s Manu Ginobili said. “Last 15 years, I would say.” Argentina won an Olympic gold medal. Spain has a world basketball championship …

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August 15 05:18 PM

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August 15 11:43 AM
The Venezuelan basketball team got back to the Olympics for the first time since 1992, but it’s hard for players to forget about the crisis happening

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1st Day of School with Kelly Olynyk – via secure.celebritiesforcharity.org

August 15 12:00 PM

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August 15 04:17 PM
Who knew? 10-year-old Kris Humphries was a swimming prodigy.

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August 15 11:32 AM
No one will be surprised to find out that Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was a talented swimmer as a kid. Back in 1995, 10-year-old Phelps recorded the year’s fastest 100-meter butterfly time for his age class in the U.S.

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August 15 03:55 PM
SN’s Sean Deveney went to cover Usain Bolt’s 100-meter race at Olympic Stadium, and it was quite an excursion. Deveney takes you behind the scenes of Bolt’s gold-medal night.

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