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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Basketball

Justise Winslow has great response for people misspelling his name

The Miami Heat received a bit of a gift when Justise Winslow fell to them at No. 10 in Thursday’s NBA Draft. The 19-year-old should be a valuable asset off of Erik Spoelstra’s bench. He could also step into a starting role should Dwyane Wade and Luol Deng leave via free agency. Not surprisingly, after…Read More

Kane warns he will chokeslam Dwyane Wade if Wade leaves Miami

Dwyane Wade’s future with the Miami Heat is still very much up in the air. Rumors of the three-time NBA champion’s potential departure from South Beach have been floating around wildly over the last couple of weeks. But with Miami lucking into Duke’s Justise Winslow in Thursday’s NBA draft and president Pat Riley’s subsequent public…Read More

Report: LeBron James using contract as leverage against Cavs

LeBron James is opting out of the second year of the two-year deal he signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers last season. There’s probably a 99 percent chance he re-signs with the team, but that doesn’t mean LeBron is afraid to use that 1 percent as leverage. According to Chris Haynes of Northeast Ohio Media Group,…Read More

Stephen Curry was fired up after Matthew Dellavedova memes

By his own standards, Stephen Curry got off to a slow start in the NBA Finals. Cleveland Cavaliers reserve guard Matthew Dellavedova, whose role was greatly expanded after Kyrie Irving went down with an injury in Game 1, was partially responsible for Curry’s struggles. And, as it turns out, the attention Dellavedova received for that…Read More

Aaron Rodgers celebrated with Sam Dekker after NBA draft

Aaron Rodgers was one of the most visible cheerleaders of the Wisconsin Badgers during their impressive Final Four run last season, and his support continued on Thursday night at the NBA Draft. After former Wisconsin star Sam Dekker was taken by the Houston Rockets with the 18th overall pick, Rodgers tossed on a Rockets hat…Read More

Mark Cuban drafted India’s Satnam Singh Bhamara for marketing reasons?

The Dallas Mavericks made history on Thursday night when they drafted Satnam Singh Bhamara, making him the first player from India to ever be selected in the NBA Draft. It’s no coincidence that Mark Cuban’s team took Bhamara. After Dallas picked Bhamara at No. 52 overall, Cuban made reference to the fact that the Mavs…Read More

2015 NBA Draft recap/analysis: T-Wolves land slam dunk in Towns

It was one wild week in the NBA hemisphere. We were treated to more than our fair share of Boogie bashing, LaMarcus leaving, Laker leaks, Ridnour re-trades, Sixer smokescreens, and Vivek and Vlade vexations. And for our valiant efforts, we were rewarded with a draft night that was the perfect culmination of the religious experience…Read More

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