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The inaugural NBA Awards show — which will air live from New York’s Basketball City on June 26 on TNT — won’t only reveal the league’s Most Valuable Player, Coach of the Year, Sixth Man of the Year, and so on. The show will also feature six new awards — Dunk of the Year, Best Style, Block of the Year, Assist of the Year, Game Winner of the Year and Top Performance of the Year — that will be determined exclusively by fan voting.
On Monday, Gay provided a closer look at his rehabilitation process by posting a short video clip on his Instagram account, with a caption that simply read “Attacking rehab”. The signs seem to be encouraging for the Kings forward who appeared to be moving well in the clip.
When Wade intercepted a Chicago pass, his shot fell short and Bleacher Report had jokes about it tweeting, “Who moved the rim D-Wade?” Union confessed.
In 52 characters, LeBron James sent a message to the basketball world: It’s time. Sticking to his annual tradition, James’ tweet sent late Friday night was likely the last social media post we’ll see from him until the end of the postseason, as he’s now in playoff mode, looking to lead the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers back to the NBA Finals for the third straight year.