Carmelo Anthony

Tracy McGrady doesn’t think Carmelo Anthony is a great addition for the Rockets

Carmelo Anthony signed a one-year, $2.4 million free agent deal with the Houston Rockets in August and former Rocket Tracy McGrady isn’t a fan of the move. While McGrady thinks Anthony will be able to resurrect his career in Houston to an extent, the Hall of Famer doesn’t believe the Rockets will benefit from Anthony’s

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LeBron James

Pat Riley says LeBron James subtly asked him to replace Erik Spoelstra in 2010

During the first season of the Miami Heat Big Three in 2010, the team got off to a 9-8 start and a rift reportedly developed between star small forward LeBron James and head coach Erik Spoelstra. James and Spoelstra didn’t see eye-to-eye and it led to the club playing some poor basketball early on. During a loss to the

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Shaquille O’Neal

Shaquille O’Neal: ‘If I played today, I’d average 50 without free throws’

Despite the league trending to more small-ball lineups and teams drifting away from the conventional post up center position, Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal claims he would dominate in this era just like he did during his playing days. O’Neal is arguably the most dominant player in NBA history. During his prime, there was no way

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Jimmy Butler

Report: Jimmy Butler to have ‘honest conversation’ with Timberwolves about his future

All-Star small forward Jimmy Butler will meet with Minnesota Timberwolves head coach Tom Thibodeau and general manager Scott Layden next week to have honest conversations about his future with the team, according to a report from The Athletic. There have been two reports which have surfaced this summer about Butler being frustrated with Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns.

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Manu Ginobili

Manu Ginobili on retiring: ‘I am very sure about the decision, it’s still awkward’

Manu Ginobili made his first public comments Saturday since he retired from the NBA back in August. Speaking to Spurs reporters, Ginobili said it wasn’t easy to walk away from the game he loves, but is confident he made the right decision. “I am very sure about the decision. It’s still awkward,” Ginobili said. “But my

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LeBron James

David Stern: We tried very hard for LeBron James’ “The Decision” not to happen

Former NBA commissioner David Stern says he knew there would be negative consequences following LeBron James’ “The Decision” special which aired in the summer of 2010. James announced on live T.V. he was leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers to sign with the Miami Heat, causing uproar all over the NBA world. Stern knew from the beginning

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Washington Wizards

How banking on Kevin Durant coming to D.C. hurt the Washington Wizards

For the first time in the John Wall–Bradley Beal era, the Washington Wizards were eliminated in the first-round of the playoffs, losing to the No. 1 seed Toronto Raptors in six games in the 2018 postseason. It was yet another dysfunctional season for the Wizards, as they continued their recent trend of playing well against the elite

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Clippers

Corey Maggette says it ‘was tough to see’ Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan leave Clippers

During the Chris Paul–Blake Griffin–DeAndre Jordan era, the Los Angeles Clippers were always one of the best teams in the NBA during the regular season and looked primed to contend for a championship year after year. The Clippers, however, never made it past the second-round of the playoffs and often got in its own way with big time

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LeBron James

Ray Allen says Michael Jordan, not LeBron James, is the greatest player of all-time

The best three-point shooter in NBA history, Ray Allen, is taking Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan over LeBron James in the GOAT debate. In an interview with Dan Patrick on The Dan Patrick Show, Allen said James is a top-five player of all-time, but isn’t better than Jordan. When talking about the greatest player in

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Joakim Noah

Report: Timberwolves have no current plans to pursue Joakim Noah

The Minnesota Timberwolves have no current plans to pursue Joakim Noah should Noah part ways with the New York Knicks in the near future as expected, according to a report from Marc Stein of The New York Times. The Knicks have been unable to find a trade partner for Noah, who has two years and

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