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These are the articles the top NBA reporters have been sharing on Twitter the last 24 hours. Enjoy!

October 27 10:39 AM
When Tyler Johnson signed a $50 million deal, the world lost its mind. Here’s the crazy thing: He might be worth it.

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October 27 07:25 PM
Brian Windhorst is joined by Royce Young and Tom Haberstroh. Tim Bontemps shows up later in the show.

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October 27 02:27 PM
Cavs PG Kay Felder has been cleared from concussion protocol, while Iman Shumpert likely will also return for Friday’s game vs. Toronto.

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October 27 12:10 PM
John Wall has been in the place where Bradley Beal currently resides. Rewarded a maximum contract following an injury-plagued season and before making his first All-Star team, Wall can relate to Beal getting paid more for potential and promise over actual production.

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October 26 11:14 PM
Philadelphia 76ers national anthem singer Sevyn Streeter says she was told by the team she could not perform because of her “We Matter” jersey.

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October 27 08:23 AM
Former University of Memphis basketball player D. J. Stephens has been arrested for assaulting his child’s mother.

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October 28 12:18 AM
Five observations from the Hawks’114-99 season-opening victory over the Wizards Thursday night…

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The Fabulous Peltoncast No. 26 – via kcpelton.wordpress.com

October 27 04:01 PM
After a 32-month hiatus, the Fabulous Peltoncast is back with co-hosts Kevin Pelton and Tristan Carosino discussing the week in Seattle sports, hip hop, the beer of the week and more. Contents Intr…

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October 27 02:02 PM
NEW YORK – Jeff Hornacek has problems. He did before the Knicks traveled to Cleveland and were embarrassed Tuesday night in a 117-88 season-opening rout, but that beating magnified them. Derrick Rose missed 16 days, nine practices and five preseason games (successfully) fighting a civil sexual assault

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October 27 07:15 PM
EL SEGUNDO – It had been 17 years, but Metta World Peace still remembered the shot.

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