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  • The Nets’ defense against furious Jeremy Lin fans

    Earlier this month, a day after Jeremy Lin told The Post he was confident he would not be traded because he hadn’t heard that he would be from Nets brass, he got shipped to Atlanta. Considering Lin’s age and injuries, and the Nets’ stage in their rebuilding, the trade was a no-brainer. But it likely...

    New York Post
  • Alex Len, Hawks Reportedly Agree to 2-Year, $8.5 Million Contract

    The Atlanta Hawks and center Alex Len reportedly agreed to a two-year, $8.5 million contract Saturday, where he should have a chance to compete for a starting job. Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reported the news...

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  • Delle Donne pours in 30 as Mystics topple Liberty

    Power forward Elena Delle Donne, a six-time All-Star and the WNBA's Most Valuable Player in 2015, scored 30 points as the Washington Mystics routed the New York Liberty 95-78 on Saturday afternoon.

    U.S.
  • A new twist on basketball, Big3 league, comes to Miami

    A new spin on pro basketball, the Big3 league, made its South Florida debut at the American Airlines Arena Friday. The leagues challenges former NBA players in teams of three. Played on a half-court, the game is designed for speed. The first team to reach 50 points wins. "In terms of the total package, star power, former all-star players. It's amazing man. I think it's the second-best league to the NBA in the world," player Metta World Peace said. Heat fans will remember one of the players,...

    WPLG
  • LeBron James Mural Featuring Kobe Bryant, Other Lakers Legends Vandalized

    Another mural featuring LeBron James in Los Angeles has been vandalized. On Saturday, Twitter user ThatHollywoodGuy tweeted a photo of the mural, which featured a white paint ...

    bleacherreport.com
  • 5 Moves Golden State Warriors Can Still Make This Summer

    If the Golden State Warriors have rested on their laurels after winning three NBA titles in four seasons, it's probably safe assuming that will never happen...

    bleacherreport.com