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Trending stories: LeBron-Jax beef, NBA teams nixing Trump hotels and more

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

November 15 09:13 PM
At least three NBA teams have stopped staying at Donald Trump-branded hotels this season in part to avoid any implied association to the new President-elect, according to league sources.

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November 15 02:40 PM
You’ll be a much happier and smarter NBA fan if you learn to distinguish fake rumors from legit ones.

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November 15 12:49 PM
LeBron James says he has lost respect for Phil Jackson after the famed NBA coach used the word “posse” to describe the Cleveland star’s business partners.

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November 16 01:07 AM
Please, no more partie – I mean games in L.A.
In the second night of a back-to-back, the Nets lost in Los Angeles. Only this time, the loss came against a young Lakers team (7-5), 125-118, at…

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November 15 08:43 PM
NOV 15, 2016 – Following a home loss to Orlando on Sunday, Steven Adams described the Thunder’s sluggish first half in a unique way.
“We can’t come out and start like that,” Adams said. “That’s real hard to put yourself in a dog box. Then to have to work your way out of there, you’re asking for an uphill battle.”
Four losses in a row doesn’t happen very often for the Thunder. In those four losses, the Thunder has been in the metaphorical “dog box” early …

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PODCAST: Lots Of NBA Trade Rumors – via basketballinsiders.com

November 15 09:32 PM
Basketball Insiders publisher Steve Kyler and OneUp Sports Managing Editor Noah Coslov get into the biggest surprises and disappointments so far in the NBA season. The trade rumors surrounding DeMarcus Cousins, Anthony Davis, Klay Thompson and Rudy Gay and Phil Jackson’s comments about LeBron James and his “posse.” In the Tuesday installment of The Basketball […]

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Words of Spurs’ Popovich draw ire – via expressnews.com

November 15 05:25 PM
Gregg Popovich, America’s most beloved grouchy old man, was asked last week about the divisive presidential campaign and election. The Spurs coach, a thoughtful and articulate guy — when he’s not being bothered by sideline reporters during a game — expressed concerns about President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric and voters who ignored it and chose to vote for him …

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November 15 06:16 PM
Would you watch a 10-hour Michael Jordan documentary? Stupid question, of course you would.

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