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Trending stories of September 28: 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!

September 28 12:13 AM
With many athletes expressing concern or anger regarding social issues, the Kings want to make sure their protests are done as a team. While the Kings will discuss the issue as a team, some players already have been active in their hometowns.

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Central Division Preview – via espn.com

September 27 11:42 PM
Amin Elhassan, Ethan Strauss, Kevin Pelton, Tom Haberstroh and Dave McMenamin preview the Central Division.

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September 27 05:54 PM
“(I was) pretty surprised a little bit to hear that the team is just done with him, and then to come out and say it,” said LeBron James. “It’s not like I’ve been there, to know exactly what’s going on in the interior. So I’ve only seen it from the exterior like the rest of us. So, um, I just wish the best for him and he has my support.”

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September 27 10:46 PM
Surgeries to both knees kept John Wall on the sideline for most of the summer but the point guard doesn’t appear far away from being at full speed.

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September 27 09:26 PM
Free agent acquisition Aaron Afflalo has the starting shooting guard position on lock, but at 31 years old, he will need help off the bench.

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September 27 08:15 PM
LeBron James said that the retirements of Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and most recently Kevin Garnett have caused him to think about when he and his contemporaries will play their final games.

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September 27 08:18 PM
GALLOWAY, N.J. — Zydrunas Ilgauskas attended Monday’s training camp sessions as the 76ers’ guest. He was there for good reason.

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September 27 12:57 PM
DeMarcus Cousins loves players that have been through the ups and downs of the NBA life like he has, and that is a big reason Matt Barnes is now in Sacramento…

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