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Trending stories of September 26: 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!

My Final Season – via theplayerstribune.com

September 26 09:01 AM
I’m at peace with retiring, but I’ve got one more ride left. One more season.

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September 26 01:44 PM
Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich is known as being extremely cerebral and thoughtful, and at the team’s media Monday, he offered his thoughts on the National Anthem protests inspired by Colin Kaepe…

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September 26 09:44 AM
Kevin Garnett taught us all something, even if he didn’t necessarily do so with his words.

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September 26 09:58 AM
Miami Heat President Pat Riley said Monday that the team views Chris Bosh ‘s career with the team as over, that the team no longer is working toward his return.

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September 26 06:17 PM
For the record, the Spurs will bring the NBA maximum 20 players into training camp when it opens Tuesday morning. In truth, there was a time in which Popovich never thought he’d be here, on the cusp of a season that did not include Duncan, the franchise leader in most statistical categories including championships won (five) …

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September 26 04:59 PM
New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis says he grew one inch this offseason and is now officially 6-foot-11.

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September 26 04:02 PM
Josh Smith wants to be an NBA player again. As his former peers prepared for camp workouts, Josh Smith retraced his steps inside a Los Angeles breakfast spot before a day of training. Smith remains an unsigned free agent, one of the most accomplished players available at only 30 years old.

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Atlantic Division Preview – via espn.com

September 26 12:22 PM
Amin Elhassan, Ethan Strauss,Kevin Pelton and Ohm Youngmisuk preview the Atlantic Division.

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LAPD Letter – via thewhitebronco.com

September 26 08:37 AM

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September 26 07:30 PM
Standing behind a small podium inside the Spurs practice facility, Gregg Popovich appeared ready for a particular line of questioning. Following San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision to kneel during the national anthem — which was used as a platform to show his displeasure with current racial and social injustices including the mistreatment of black men by police — Popovich was asked to comment on the controversial subject …

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September 26 05:55 PM
SEP 26, 2016 – The Thunder will take the court for a scrimmage Tuesday still piecing together its offensive identity.

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September 26 05:40 PM
Monta Ellis turned 30 last Oct. 26, two days before his first season with the Pacers began with a game in Toronto. By the time the season ended with another game in Toronto, a Game 7 loss in the first round of the playoffs, he knew some drastic changes were in order. His mental approach to the game. His offseason training habits. Even some things in his personal life.

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September 26 06:21 PM
LeBron James said he will stand during the national anthem, but he supports 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick’s decision to kneel in protest and his “peaceful” handling of the situation.

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September 26 06:32 PM
Moral communities impede clear thought.

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September 26 12:00 PM
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