Trending stories: Paul Millsap's future, Isaiah Thomas and more

Trending stories: Paul Millsap's future, Isaiah Thomas and more

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Trending stories: Paul Millsap's future, Isaiah Thomas and more

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

May 18 11:04 AM
The ridiculous Stephen Curry-Ian Clark pregame ritual is part of what makes the Warriors such a special team.

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May 18 08:24 AM
Should the Celtics swap the No. 1 pick for Jimmy Butler, Paul George or Kristaps Porzingis? How do Isaiah Thomas and Gordon Hayward factor into the decision? Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton debate.

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May 18 01:06 PM
Wednesday, Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant unveiled the basketball courts he refurbished in Oakland’s Chinatown. With his big heart and vast resources, he can truly be an impact in th…

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May 18 03:23 PM
Atlanta has to decide if it wants to retain Millsap and stay the course, or retool for the future.

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May 19 12:05 AM
That’s a lot in exchange for the 4-time all-star.

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May 18 10:46 PM
MAY 18, 2017 – When the All-NBA team lists crossed email inboxes and Twitter feeds across the world Thursday, was there a joyous noise from the Thunder?
Of course there was — for the second consecutive season, Russell Westbrook was voted All-NBA First Team, joining James Harden, LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard and Anthony Davis on the illustrious list.
The intrigue of the All-NBA teams, however, falls farther down the lists …

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May 18 05:02 PM
In this Takes By The Lake, Chris Fedor joins the podcast to explain the Celtics’ best chance to avoid a sweep by the Cavs and to discuss whether this is Cleveland at its best and if it’s enough to beat Golden State.

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May 18 04:21 PM
Deuce and Mo return after Deuce missed two days with a concussion so Deuce spent way too much time recapping his journey (00:35), they discuss the All-NBA team (5:30), Deuce doesn’t understand how …

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May 18 05:11 PM
While their series chances seem bleak, Thomas — and the Celtics — are staying positive heading into Friday’s Game 2 and going down without a fight isn’t in their DNA.

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May 18 06:20 PM
Even though Kawhi Leonard’s participation in Game 3 of the West finals on Saturday remains in doubt because of his injured left ankle, the forward and the Spurs enjoyed a good day Thursday. While the low-key sixth-year pro isn’t into personal honors, this one allowed him to meet certain criteria needed to become eligible for the league’s designated player veteran extension …

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