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NBA players react to events in Fergurson

The NBA Twittersphere is abuzz with talk about the Michael Brown ruling and the protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

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Not that they were hurting for cash, but the wallets of these five players just got a lot heavier this year.

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Is Pistons guard Brandon Jennings finally getting it? Numbers look promising so far.

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Several NBA stars among those that saw their salaries slashed big-time this offseason.

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Numbers that make the Sixers look real bad

You knew the Philadelphia 76ers were inexperienced, but it's even worse than you think.

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The contract extensions they signed Friday will put Klay Thompson and Ricky Rubio among the best-paid guards in the NBA.

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HoopsHype asked a bunch of NBA players whether the regular should be shortened or not.

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It will not be cheap to watch Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Derrick Rose play on the road this season.

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Injured Thunder star Kevin Durant has played more minutes than all but one player since he entered the NBA in 2007.

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Pau Gasol best FIBA ball player ever?

Spain bombed at the World Cup, but Pau Gasol kept adding accolades to his impressive resume in FIBA basketball.

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The 2014 Team USA compares favorably to previous American entries at major FIBA tournaments.

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Players at the World Cup make their medal predictions for HoopsHype.

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The gap between the best two teams and the rest of the World Cup squads is huge when it comes to Twitter followers too.

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Most of the top American players are taking the summer off, but numbers suggest Team USA still pretty superior to the the rest of squads.

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Almost 75 percent of first-round picks finished their rookie contracts with no extensions in the last decade.

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When Dick Bavetta entered the NBA...

Dick Bavetta is leaving the NBA after 39 years. Here's a look back at the world when he was a rookie referee.

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