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Hidden in Plain Sight: Five NBA Players Flying Under the Radar

We already know what the superstars of the league can do each night. LeBron is averaging 26, 8, and 8 despite the Lakers’ shaky start. Kemba Walker has been overlooked for much of his career, but his 28 points (second-highest in the NBA) and his 40% 3-point percentage on 10 attempts has catapulted him into

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Jimmy Butler, Tobias Harris

Report: Clippers haven’t offered Tobias Harris to Wolves for Jimmy Butler

The Los Angeles Clippers have yet to offer swingman Tobias Harris in any trade package to the Minnesota Timberwolves for star Jimmy Butler, according to Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic. Minnesota would prefer to acquire Harris. Various trade packages have been proposed on both sides, but the Clippers do not intend to trade Harris. The Clippers

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Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers are thinking playoffs, not rebuild

This upcoming season will be the first year since 2011 that the Los Angeles Clippers won’t have Chris Paul, Blake Griffin or DeAndre Jordan on the team. Paul was traded to the Houston Rockets in 2017, Griffin was sent to the Detroit Pistons at the 2018 February trade deadline, and Jordan signed with the Dallas

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Danilo Gallinari and Paul Millsap

REPORT: Hawks, Clippers, and Nuggets working on a 3 team trade

It’s been reported today that there is a potential 3 team trade in the works that involves the Clippers, Hawks, and Nuggets centered around Paul Millsap and Danilo Gallinari. Via Shams Charania: Sources: Clippers, Hawks, Nuggets working on trade of Danillo Gallinari to LA/Millsap to DEN; Jamal Crawford/Diamond Stone/FRP to Atlanta. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania)

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Danilo Gallinari

REPORT: Danilo Gallinari is leaning towards signing with the Clippers

Danilo Gallinari is reportedly leaning towards signing with the Clippers as reported by Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent Danilo Gallinari is leaning strongly toward a commitment to the Clippers on a three-year deal, league sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 4, 2017 Woj also has reported that it would most likely be a sign

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Roundtable: NBA Christmas Day 2016

Get ready for the NBA holiday hoop fest with Basketball Society’s Christmas Day roundtable. Participants: Alec Walt – @AlecWalt DJ Allen – @DJAllen23 Martin Soaries – @marsoaries Ralph Cortes – @_rloading Felix John-Baptiste – @twosmooth2 BJ Boyer – @wcboyer24 Kyle Allan – @kallan441   Celtics vs. Knicks   Does 50 combined points for Carmelo Anthony

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NBA Week 4 in Review

What have you done for me lately? This is the world of sports we live in where finding chemistry, building a bond and developing camaraderie is all good and well…when you’re winning! Speak of those things when you’re on the wrong side of the W-L column and everyone from fans to team officials quickly begin

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NBA Week 3 in Review!

As we approach the 1/8th mark of the season, we’re beginning to see some lingering trends. Some teams are almost completely out of it, some are showing why they’re conference contenders, and the rest are waddling on that fine line near .500, still seeking to solidify their identity. All in all, we’re seeing some fantastic

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chris paul

Chris Paul Is Amazing And Has Gotten Even Better

There’s nothing I can say in this article to truly display how great Chris Paul is. I’ll supply with you some facts and statistics that back up my claim that he’s gotten better this year. But, it simply won’t be good enough. Chris Paul is a player that you have to watch. You can see

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First Round Preview: (4) Los Angeles Clippers vs. (5) Portland TrailBlazers

Overview: This 4 vs. 5 series out West is possibly the only series that truly can go the distance. Although the Clippers beat the Blazers 3 games to 1 during the regular season, all of that goes out the window now. Portland lost 4 starters last season, earning the 5 seed out West speaks volumes

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