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

November 10 02:58 PM
Kevin Arnovitz and David Thorpe on the surging Clippers and Chris Paul’s hot start, the idea of Klay coming off the bench, possible trade destinations for Cousins and LeBron.

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November 10 12:25 PM
Top 25! Predictions! 100 players you should know! It’s all here.

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November 10 04:58 PM
Derrick Rose was in a panic at the United Center last week, convinced that his former team had stolen back his “unicorn.”

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November 10 11:35 AM
How likely are the Lakers to make the playoffs in their first season without Kobe Bryant? Kevin Pelton examines the pros and cons.

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The Shop: West, West, Y’all – via basketballinsiders.com

November 10 10:56 PM
Jabari Davis and Lang Greene break down the Western Conference in this edition of The Shop.

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November 11 01:01 AM
Sean Highkin (The Athletic) is joined from Miami by the Chicago Tribune’s K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) to recap the Bulls’ Thursday night win over the Heat and what the night meant to Dwyane Wade and the city of Miami. They also discuss the current state of the Bulls, look ahead to the upcoming west coast road trip and reflect on the passing of Leonard Cohen …

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November 11 12:04 AM
Since going 0-for-10 from deep a week ago, Steph Curry can barely miss. After the Warriors’ easy win in Denver, add another 7 triples to his tally.

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November 10 06:19 PM
Nuggets coach Mike Malone said the organization is exploring its options after a report examining the last two minutes of Denver’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday issued by the …

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November 10 05:22 PM
President Barack Obama not only congratulated the Cavs for their world championship but also saluted players for using their platform to speak out on social topics.

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November 10 08:44 PM
When it comes to game etiquette, Brandon Jennings is definitely old school.He doesn’t believe it’s his job to help up an opponent who has been

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November 10 08:25 PM
LOS ANGELES – Writers more talented then the one named above have written volumes about basketball using jazz music as a way to describe the free-flowing movements on the court.

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