Trending stories of September 30: The NBA articles you should read tonight

Trending stories of September 30: The NBA articles you should read tonight

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Trending stories of September 30: 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 30 06:25 PM
Philadelphia 76ers forward Ben Simmons rolled his right ankle during the final scrimmage of the team’s 2016 Training Camp at Stockton University earlier today.  After receiving an X-ray and MRI of the foot and ankle, the images were reviewed by Sixers Head Physician Dr. Christopher Dodson and Sixers Chief Medical Officer and Co-Chief of Sports Medicine Orthopedics at New York’s Mount Sinai Medical Center Dr. Jonathan Glashow …

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September 30 03:45 PM
LeBron James says the Cavs are incomplete without J.R. Smith. INDEPENDENCE, Ohio – LeBron James’ block of Andre Iguodala in the final minutes of Game 7 of the NBA Finals will remain the most iconic image of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ improbable, curse-crushing comeback against the Golden State Warriors

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September 30 01:41 PM
The Knicks’ new center said that he has ‘mixed feelings’ about being at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

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September 30 06:41 PM
Thunder forward Kevin Durant will not be available to start the 2014-15 season after it was discovered the reigning MVP has a Jones fracture in his right foot. The Thunder stated they are currently considering all their options and will provide a timeline when a course of treatment has been decided. Durant’s fracture is to …

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September 30 11:52 AM
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern has a healthy ego, and thank goodness for that. He is defiant, dynamic and brilliant; a natural-born leader, and thank goodnesss for that, too. A less committed commissioner never would have had the stamina for the marathon Kings ordeal that spanned four different ownership groups, four mayors, dozens of consultants and too many arena incarnations to count.

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September 30 06:25 PM
The NBA is allowing teams to use hard-wired connections from the bench to access in-game video clips in virtual real-time.

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September 30 03:13 PM
When Manu Ginobili promised to help them with their transition to the NBA, Spurs rookies Patricio Garino and Nicolás Laprovittola figured their idol’s generosity would only go so far. […] when the two young Argentineans called their country’s greatest basketball player for aid with transportation from the airport, they expected to be referred to a cab company or a front-office intern. [.. …

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September 30 09:53 AM
The NBA world is watching to see how Russell Westbrook leads a Thunder team and chases a championship without Kevin Durant.

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September 30 06:34 PM
Gasol aims to make sweet music with Spurs The Spurs made the 36-year-old Gasol the centerpiece signing of their offseason, in hopes the six-time All-Star and two-time NBA champion might replenish some of what they lost with the retirement of Tim Duncan. A high-IQ player who Spurs coach Gregg Popovich once called “the best passing big man on the planet,” Gasol averaged 16.5 points and 11.3 rebounds in Chicago last season …

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September 30 01:48 PM
WEST POINT – Knicks center Joakim Noah skipped Thursday night’s team dinner at the mess hall with Army cadets as well as a speech from a retired colonel because of his stance against war and gun vi…

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September 30 06:43 PM
The Sixers cannot catch a break. Or, to be more accurate, they are catching too many. After center Joel Embiid missed the past two seasons with a foot injury, now Ben Simmons — the recent No. 1 pic…

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September 30 06:48 PM
Murray says he won’t ‘pout’ if Spurs send him to Austin Considering he’s just 20 years old, spent only one year at the University of Washington and has two veterans in front of him at point guard, Dejounte Murray likely has a few trips to Austin in his future. The first-round pick isn’t balking at playing in the D-League …

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September 30 01:10 PM
Maybe that’s asking too much from one person, but it’s Cousins’ seventh year. He no longer gets a pass

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September 30 05:46 PM
Pete Ward arrived in the United Kingdom almost years ago to see the experience for himself: an NFL game in London.

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September 30 05:09 PM
Kevin Love says criticism of him still exists; he just has learned to block it out.

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