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Front-Office Insider: Roster breakdown – via sports.yahoo.com

October 24 06:12 PM
The Vertical Front-Office Insider Bobby Marks, a 20-year executive with the Nets, looks at how each team constructed its opening day roster.

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October 24 05:19 PM
Jerryd Bayless is expected to miss the first month of the Sixers’ season, sources told ESPN, as the point guard recovers from a torn ligament in his left wrist.

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Sources: Suns waive guard Archie Goodwin – via sports.yahoo.com

October 24 04:21 PM
The Phoenix Suns waived guard Archie Goodwin on Monday, league sources told The Vertical.

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October 24 02:44 PM
With the Warriors stars stealing votes from each other, the NBA MVP race is wide open this year. Let’s break it down.

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October 24 12:44 PM
You make this list, and you’re among the best of the best

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October 24 08:32 PM
Three strikes, you’re out. Knicks president Phil Jackson has an 0-2 count on him as his club starts its third full season under the Zen Master’s faulty presidency Tuesday night at Cleveland’s Quick…

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October 24 10:16 PM
Not quite four months ago, LaMarcus Aldridge sat across a conference room table from Kevin Durant in the Hamptons and attempted to sell his fellow former University of Texas alum on joining forces in San Antonio. “I had just gone through it, so I kind of knew what it would be like,” said Aldridge, who accompanied Spurs coach Gregg Popovich and general manager R.C. Buford to New York on the team’s free agency mission in July. In a free agency move that measured about an 8 …

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October 24 11:56 PM
Suns general manager Ryan McDonough said he tried to trade Archie Goodwin and did not foresee keeping Derrick Jones Jr.

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October 24 03:20 PM
With Wade gone to Chicago, the Heat hopes a Dragic-Waiters guard combination will thrive

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October 24 08:47 PM
Having started the past four season openers for the Spurs, Danny Green will begin the season on the injured list with a thigh strain. Kyle Anderson, a third-year forward, started the Spurs’ preseason finale against Houston at shooting guard. The last player before Green to start a season opener for the Spurs at shooting guard — Manu Ginobili in 2011 — is unlikely to reprise that role. [.. …

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October 24 11:20 AM
Stats and the inside scoop on how Erik Spoelstra’s team will look at the start of the season

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October 24 08:28 PM
Experts believe the Miami Heat is headed toward the lottery and a potential trade of Goran Dragic, but players and coaches think this latest roster makeover can still mean success.

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October 24 11:42 AM
The Heat is among at least nine teams that appear to be competing for five playoff spots in the East behind Cleveland, Toronto and improved Boston.

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October 24 06:40 PM
By Sam Smith The Bulls were supposed to be the destination for Rajon Rondo to rehabilitate his image and his game, enable the four-time All-Star to regain his reputation and leadership abilities and help the team move forward productively. Instead, as these ironies in sports go, it is Rondo who is perhaps as much as anyone on the roster providing rare internal bonding opportunities and helping create the kind of team atmosphere necessary for success. Yes, Rajon Rondo, healer.

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October 24 07:39 PM
Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum and their Portland Trail Blazers teammates recall their NBA debuts.

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