#Chris Paul

Dime Q&A: Trey Thompkins On Playing “Got ‘Em” & Being Drafted With His Best Friend

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Los Angeles Clippers forward Trey Thompkins is about to begin his second NBA season.

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The Definitive “Lockout League” Mixtape

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While exhibition games are cool, there's nothing quite like basketball in league form.

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The Best Of Week 1 At The “Lockout League” In Vegas

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If and when the season does start, these guys will be ready.

Will Conroy

And So It Begins: Dime’s NBA Draft Diary With Isaiah Thomas, Part 5

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After leading Washington to back-to-back conference titles in the Pac-10 Tournament over the last two seasons, junior Isaiah Thomas (who also claimed back-to-back conference MOP honors in those same title runs) decided the time was right to test his talents on another level: the NBA.

#DWIGHT HOWARD

Dime Q&A: Behind The Scenes Of The Wallace Prather Jr. Pro-Am

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When I first found out that all the NBA Summer Leagues were cancelled due to the lockout, I was initially devastated.

Vern Fleming

Back To The Future: The Revival Of Georgia Basketball

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Football is more than just a sport at the University of Georgia; it is like a cult that seduces the entire campus into a frenzy every Saturday each fall.

Vinny Del Negro

DimeTV: L.A. Clippers Introduce Trey Thompkins & Travis Leslie

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While most of the NBA's Lottery teams were busy selecting first-round talent in last week's Draft, the Clippers found themselves on the outside looking in.

Tyler Honeycutt

Dime NBA Mock Draft 2.0

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Following the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago and feedback from various individual workouts around the league, we can continue to fine-tune how the draft will play out after the top spot.

Travis Leslie

Transition Game: 10 Sleepers In The Draft Who Will Excel In The NBA

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The move from high school to college is a ballplayer's most dramatic change.

#KOBE BRYANT

Top 25 Dunkers on the Planet

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As much as old-timers and basketball purists gripe about the lost art of the mid-range jumper or the simple bounce pass, nobody complains about the evolution of the dunk.


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