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  • Why NBA free agency is not always your friend

    The frequent discussion around the new core of the 76ers is rooted in a time-old NBA problem—the fragility of building a championship contender. As Philadelphia has learned over the past couple years, flexibility in free agency is not always the best fix.

    SI.com
  • Which NBA teams are saving cap space for free agency?

    There is a slow buildup to what NBA executives are calling one of the most talent-rich free-agent classes in recent years.  Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Klay Thompson, Kemba Walker, Kyrie Irving, DeMarcus Cousins, Khris Middleton, Kristaps Porzingis, Tobias Harris and Jimmy Butler headline the group of a projected 200 players who could hit free agency on July 1. Despite the star-studded field and the salary cap...

    ABC News
  • NBA roundup: Nets shock Harden, Rockets in OT

    Spencer Dinwiddie converted a three-point play with 28 seconds remaining in overtime, and the Brooklyn Nets erased a seven-point deficit in the extra session for a 145-142 victory over the host Houston Rockets on Wednesday.

    U.S.
  • Kemba Walker's Choice in NBA Free Agency Won't Be Easy

    Bronx-born Kemba Walker has found a home in Charlotte, where he's likely to play in his third All-Star Game next month. But with free agency and the promise of more winning beckoning this summer, Walker's love of his adopted hometown will be tested.

    Bleacher Report