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Trending stories of September 6: 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!

September 06 01:48 PM
In the early 1990s, the signature sneaker landscape was just in its infancy. Michael Jordan’s shoe series with Nike was an instant success, but outside of the Air Jordan phenomenon, the competition was still finding its way. Patrick Ewing had his own “Ewing” footwear line that gained some traction

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Vertical Q&A: Shaquille O’Neal – via sports.yahoo.com

September 06 12:18 PM
O’Neal discusses his brilliant career and who will present him at his Hall of Fame induction on Friday.

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The riddle known as Shaquille O’Neal – via sports.yahoo.com

September 06 03:52 PM
Shaq was jovial, funny, moody and brilliant, even if basketball may not have been his No. 1 priority.

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September 06 12:34 PM

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Lakers Nation Internships – via lakersnation.com

September 06 04:08 PM
Have you dreamed of working in the professional sports business? Love a fast-paced, deadline driven, rewarding work environment? Lakers Nation, along with our sister site Dodger Blue, are looking for hard-working, passion driven, intelligent students aspiring to break into the sports industry. We are currently offering internships for the fall in the following departments: video/graphics. Interns

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Shaq’s Legacy: Bigger than life – via sports.yahoo.com

September 06 05:23 PM
On the cusp of Shaquille O’Neal’s induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski goes inside the aura, persona and legacy of one of the most dominant superstars and in NBA history. For all of Shaq’s flaws, there’s no mistaking the truth: He was bigger than life, and there will never be another like him.

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How Lavoy Allen Carved Out His NBA Niche – via basketballinsiders.com

September 05 02:54 PM
Lavoy Allen discusses his journey from 50th overall pick to significant contributor for the Indiana Pacers.

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September 06 07:11 PM
The ring features the Cavaliers’ familiar “C” logo — the team’s alternate trademark and the logo on the chest of their black sleeved jerseys that were worn on the road during Game 5 and Game 7 of the NBA Finals — wrapped around the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy.

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September 06 11:34 AM
Said Aikman, "To say I’m disappointed in the hiring of Skip Bayless would be an enormous understatement."

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September 06 06:21 PM
The No. 1 player in the country, DeAndre Ayton, chooses Arizona over Kansas and Kentucky. “I felt comfortable …

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September 06 05:32 PM
Aaron Gordon discusses his offseason training, 2016-17 expectations, Orlando’s moves and more.

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Chris Vernon leaves ESPN 92.9 FM – via commercialappeal.com

September 06 05:36 PM

Sports talk radio show host Chris Vernon has left WMFS-FM 92.9 following a breakdown in contract negotiations, Entercom vice president and general manager Dan Barron said in a statement Tuesday afternoon.

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September 06 02:25 PM
On this episode of “Posting Up,” ESPN’s Brian Windhorst stops by to make predictions for the upcoming NBA season.

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September 06 01:19 PM
How the league’s arch-villain beat back a very loud chorus of critics.

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September 05 10:16 AM
SEP 4, 2016 – Sam Presti tacked the black-and-white photo on the large bulletin board eye level with the computer screens on his desk, a spot where the image would catch his gaze regularly.
It’s a movie studio shot of the original “Ocean’s 11” cast. The Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. bunch is clustered together in their skinny ties and smart suits, gazes locked intently on something in the distance.
It has nothing to do with basketball …

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