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Trending stories: Serge Ibaka's return to OKC, Gregg Popovich, Dante Exum and more

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November 12 12:30 PM
Serge Ibaka spoke to the media about making his first trip back to Oklahoma City as a member of the Orlando Magic.

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November 11 07:36 PM
Gregg Popovich said Friday that he’s sick to his stomach that Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States.

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November 13 04:04 AM
It’s a tough game against Charlotte, and coach Kenny Atkinson is clapping and yelling with encouragement after Isaiah Whitehead committed 2-on-1 turnover in transition. Animated off the bench,…

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VIDEO: Dante Exum Gaining Confidence – via basketballinsiders.com

November 11 06:53 PM
Jazz guard Dante Exum talks about getting his confidence back after an ACL tear and what he learned through the rehab process.

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November 11 08:55 PM
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said he fears Donald Trump’s election win shows the U.S. is “willing to be that intolerant and not understand the empathy that’s necessary” to understand other groups.

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November 12 02:40 PM
This just in from the new NBA season:

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NBA Team Possession Profiles – via stats.inpredictable.com

November 12 03:46 PM

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VIDEO: Derrick Favors Finding His Rhythm Again – via basketballinsiders.com

November 12 09:04 AM
Jazz forward Derrick Favors talks about getting back into a rhythm after injury, where his team is at and what they are trying to do this season.

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November 12 10:11 AM
And in keeping with the week’s theme, the Cavaliers made some more history, as LeBron James became the youngest player in NBA history to reach 27,000 points.

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November 11 03:24 PM
Spurs guard Jonathon Simmons got his start on the northeast side of Houston at Smiley High School a decade ago and on Saturday he returns when San Antonio plays the Rockets at 7 p.m. at the Toyota Center. While Simmons has burst on the NBA scene this year – his second in the league – it wasn’t long ago that he was considering giving up the game of basketball. The 27-year old father of five had a journey with ups and downs to make it to the league. [.. …

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November 11 12:47 PM
Just because Jabari Parker hasn’t developed as quickly as Giannis Antetokounmpo doesn’t mean he can’t still be a star.

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November 12 01:55 AM
Everything’s coming up aces this season for the Cavaliers, who rendered the Wizards powerless and left LeBron James soaked Friday night.

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