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November 06 10:53 PM
The ESPN.com writers will not be allowed at Mavericks home games.

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Rebirth in Chicago – via sbnation.com

November 06 08:49 AM
Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo are experiencing new life with the Bulls, and perhaps the franchise can also be recast as a place to have fun. Paul Flannery focuses Sunday Shootaround on Chicago.

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November 06 10:28 PM
As Sacramento Kings star centre DeMarcus Cousins barrelled down the lane on Sunday evening, blowing…

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November 06 09:05 PM
Garry Bowie worked in retail. He did not have health insurance, despite being a manager. He survived the height of the AIDS epidemic, barely, and by the late 1980s, was in a gulf of despair.

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Spurs’ Green heads to the D-League for the day – via blog.mysanantonio.com

November 06 02:37 PM
Spurs guard Danny Green found himself in the Development League on Sunday, but it wasn’t a demotion

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November 06 03:48 PM
Fort Wayne Mad Ants head coach Steve Gansey drops by the podcast to discuss the upcoming season, first round draft pick Travis Leslie, and what he learned after his first season at the helm of the Mad Ants. Also, hosts Adam Johnson and Chris Reichert are gearing up for the D-League regular season less than …

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November 05 04:27 PM
A security guard I know says he will look out for her. The players pass by on their way to and from the floor, and there she sits in their path, anonymous, but arguably the cutest little girl the world has known. […] on the way home I ask if any of the Spurs had stopped to talk to her …

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November 05 07:54 PM
Nobody seems more surprised by a whirlwind introduction to the NBA than Jakob Poeltl.

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November 06 11:05 AM
Abdul-Jabbar has transformed himself into to a scholar and author.

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November 05 06:06 PM
As Isaiah Thomas’ celebrity status explodes in Boston, a new ad campaign provides a pinch-me moment for the 5-foot-9 Celtics guard.

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