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Friday, November 27, 2015


Marcin Gortat hits back at Randy Wittman over public criticism

Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat was a primary target of coach Randy Wittman’s postgame criticisms on Tuesday, and he’s not particularly happy about it. After Tuesday’s 125-101 loss to Oklahoma City, Wittman ripped his players for being too soft, and while he didn’t name names, Gortat was clearly singled out. On Friday, Gortat defended himself…Read More

Kevin Garnett compares Steph Curry to Michael Jordan

Kevin Garnett was around when Michael Jordan was still in his heyday, so when he favorably compares Jordan and Stephen Curry, people take note. It’s the takeaway Garnett had after his Minnesota Timberwolves were beaten 129-116 on Thursday night, a night in which Curry put up 46 points. “Like Michael Jordan was a whole other…Read More

Ron Harper says 72-win Bulls team would sweep Warriors

With the Warriors getting off to a perfect 10-0 start, and in such dominating fashion, it’s not surprising there’s talk of if they can challenge the record of 72 wins set by 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls. Players are managed differently in today’s game, with some coaches opting sit players for one game of a back-to-back set….Read More

Kyrie Irving reportedly cleared for weight-bearing activities

The Cleveland Cavaliers have opened up their Eastern Conference title defense on a strong note, winning eight of their first nine games. Over the weekend, they got more good news with injured All-Star Kyrie Irving reportedly taking another major step in his rehab from a fractured left kneecap. According to a report by Chris Haynes…Read More

Report: Heat intend to pursue Kevin Durant

A new report indicates that the Miami Heat will try to sign Kevin Durant next summer. The Heat want to use the rising salary cap to lure Durant to Miami and form a new big three, the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson wrote Saturday. Jackson notes that the bid is a “long-shot,” and that such a…Read More

Gerald Green returns to practice, says he’s ‘not proud of’ incident

Gerald Green returned to Miami Heat practice on Saturday for the first time since the incident that led to his hospitalization and suspension. “I’m just trying to just get over this situation,” Green told reporters Saturday, via the Miami Sun-Sentinel’s Ira Winderman. “I can’t apologize enough to the residents that lived in my building, my…Read More

LeBron James tweaking shot to halt shooting slump

LeBron James has been stuffing the stat sheet as usual this season, but if you look at the underlying numbers, something isn’t right, and he knows it. Despite his 25 points per game, James has shot an uncharacteristically low 19.4 percent from three point range and 62.3 percent from the free throw line. Considering he’s…Read More

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