Trending stories: Winners and losers of the new CBA, Bill Kennedy, Russell Westbrook and more

Trending stories: Winners and losers of the new CBA, Bill Kennedy, Russell Westbrook and more

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Trending stories: Winners and losers of the new CBA, Bill Kennedy, Russell Westbrook and more

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

December 14 01:18 PM
Zach Lowe examines the difficult decisions the Utah Jazz face in trying to keep Gordon Hayward and the rest of their nucleus together.

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December 14 08:30 PM

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December 14 11:01 PM
For superstars, super-teams and common sense, what does the NBA’s new CBA mean? Kevin Pelton breaks down the early winners and losers.

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Calkins: LeBron breaks Memphis hearts – via commercialappeal.com

December 14 04:05 PM
LeBron James won’t be playing in Memphis Wednesday night, and that’s a bummer for some Memphis fans

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December 14 04:16 PM
Tom Haberstroh, BIG Wos, Zach Harper and Tas Melas on the history behind the Starters, being Greek like Tom, Russell and the Thunder and the Raptors.

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December 14 01:30 PM
One year ago, NBA referee Billy Kennedy opened himself to the world — and the NBA community embraced him.

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September 22 11:05 AM
Teams used to disguise it. The Spurs were even fined for it. Now rest during the season has increasingly become a part of smart player management. “DNP-Rest” has gone from silly to savvy.

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December 14 09:28 AM
On the Drive & Kick podcast, Flannery and Gonzalez discuss who they’d pick to build a franchise around from among the best prospects under age 23.

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December 15 01:37 AM
Russell Westbrook wanted nothing to do with triple-double talk Wednesday night after his 27-point, six-rebound, five-assist outing in the Thunder’s lopsided loss to the Jazz.

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NBA Most Valuable Player Watch – 12/14 – via basketballinsiders.com

December 14 08:33 PM
Oliver Maroney updates the latest week of Most Valuable Player rankings at Basketball Insiders.

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December 15 12:59 AM
Houston made 22 3-pointers, one short of tying the NBA record for most made in a regular-season game, in a 132-98 rout of the Kings on Wednesday night at Toyota Center. The Kings were without starters DeMarcus Cousins, Rudy Gay and Ben McLemore. Houston attempted an NBA-record 50 3s in beating the Kings last month in Sacramento.

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December 15 12:59 AM
Player of the game: Houston guard James Harden registered his fifth triple-double of the season with 15 points, 11 rebounds and 14 assists as the Houston Rockets downed the shorthanded Kings, 132-98, Wednesday night at Toyota Center. The Rockets made 22 3-pointers, one shy of tying the NBA record for most 3s made in a regular-season game. DeMarcus Cousins sat out to rest.

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