#NEW YORK KNICKS

Video: Knicks Fans Mourn The Jeremy Lin They Used To Know

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As Gotye's "Someone That I Used To Know" got more and more popular to the point of total radio saturation, parodies have seemingly cropped up just as fast.

#NEW YORK KNICKS

Report: Jeremy Lin Will Be A Houston Rocket

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Howard Beck of the New York Times has the report of the day, that the debate over the merits of keeping or releasing Jeremy Lin is officially over: his career in New York is finished, and he will play for the Houston Rockets next season.

tom penn

How Minnesota And Portland Started A Mini-Feud In 5 Steps

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Portland and Minnesota have representatives in Las Vegas this week, carrying on a mini-feud that started with one team unwittingly a part of it, sucked in by people now long gone.

Los Angeles Clippers

Report: Grant Hill Will Sign With The Clippers

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Grant Hill's career was supposed to be derailed in 2000 because of chronic ankle injuries that nearly cost him his life.

#NEW YORK KNICKS

Who Should Start At Point Guard For The Knicks Next Season: Raymond Felton Or Jeremy Lin?

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Every media member and NBA fan has weighed in on the Jeremy Lin/Raymond Felton debate.

#NEW YORK KNICKS

There Is Now A Petition To Keep Jeremy Lin In New York

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Knicks fans are split down the middle on Jeremy Lin, as the Knicks have until Tuesday night to match Houston's offer sheet.

#NEW YORK KNICKS

Debunking The Myth Of Jeremy Lin’s Offer Sheet

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I'll make this quick, so everyone can get to yapping in the comments.

#DWIGHT HOWARD

The Most Important Lessons Dwight Howard Can Learn From Hakeem Olajuwon’s Pitch

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Before Dwight Howard's made-in-Disney World start in Orlando devolved into a Dwightmare, The Dream gave Houston management insomnia in the 1990s.

Ersan Ilyasova

The Top 5 Most Important Players To Re-Sign In Free Agency

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There's a time and place for shaking things up in the NBA, and there's another for finding a rhythm with familiar parts and pieces.

WASHINGTON WIZARDS

The Wizards Want To Get Rid Of Andray Blatche, John Wall Now Sits Front And Center

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The Washington Wizards are revamping its roster surrounding John Wall - Javale McGee is already out the door and Trevor Ariza and Nene are on board.

#BLAKE GRIFFIN

Report: Blake Griffin Formally Agrees To Sign Max Contract For 5 Years, $95 Million

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This was already a foregone conclusion, but now it's official, according to Ken Berger of CBS.

TIM DUNCAN

Report: Tim Duncan Will Get A Three-Year Deal From San Antonio

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Only weeks ago Spurs centerpiece Tim Duncan was in talks with San Antonio management to get a lifetime contract, to be worked out as the team's other free agent dealings were concluded.

NEW ORLEANS HORNETS

Report: Hornets’ Monty Williams On Eric Gordon: “Give The Kid Some Mercy”

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New Orleans coach Monty Williams hasn't had a chance to talk with Eric Gordon yet about how much Gordon wants to leave Williams and New Orleans behind.

ROY HIBBERT

Report: Roy Hibbert Will Sign Trail Blazers’ Offer Tuesday

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Roy Hibbert is already in what could be new his home and is prepared to sign Portland's four-year offer Tuesday night, according to Indy Star beat writer Mike Wells.

#KOBE BRYANT

Report: The Suns Never Made An Effort To Keep Steve Nash

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A report by Arizona Republic Suns beat writer Paul Coro from last Thursday sheds some light on the once-unthinkable Steve Nash-to-the-Lakers deal that happened earlier this week.

STEVE NASH

Video: Pau Gasol Is Excited About Steve Nash On The Lakers

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Pau Gasol is in Madrid working out with the Spanish national team, but his mind is in Los Angeles.

#BOSTON CELTICS

Report: Jeff Green Likely To Return To Boston With Four-Year, $40 Million Deal

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Jeff Green was supposed to be a major piece of Boston's championship puzzle last season.

Sixers

Sixers Amnesty Elton Brand; Sign Nick Young

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I'm not sure how I feel about this, but the 76ers reportedly just used their amnesty clause on Elton Brand to clear $18 million-worth of cap space.

OMER ASIK

The Top 5 Worst Free Agent Deals Of The 2012 Offseason Thus Far

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The last NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement hoped to curtail rampant spending by the owners - they had to be protected from themselves, which seemingly contradicts their self-appointed titles of "businessmen.


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