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The Nets are following the rest of the league toward position-less basketball

Head coach Kenny Atkinson is happy with the number of versatile players Brooklyn added this summer. BROOKLYN — With D’Angelo Russell and Jeremy Lin in the back court and a wealth of forwards to be integrated up front, the Nets are attempting to usher in an era of position-less basketball. The formation

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Ranking Every NBA Teams Starting Frontcourt Ahead of 2017-18 Season

The Nets roster includes just two players 6'10" or taller, which speaks to the way they're embracing more modern positional concepts. Size doesn't necessarily dictate role anymore, something that became abundantly clear when 7-footer Brook Lopez shot 387 triples last year, 79 more than

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3 lingering questions from Kevin Durants social media mess

Kevin Durant strangely tweeted at himself in third person, and was then caught using a fake Instagram account to argue with haters on Monday. Kudos to Durant for not using the “I was hacked excuse,” but not everything he said made sense, and there are a few loose ends.

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LeBron James Can’t Stop the Cavaliers Losing Money

Having the NBA’s best all-round player on your team apparently provides no guarantee of financial success, as the Cleveland Cavaliers are finding out. A report by ESPN shows 14 NBA franchises lost money in the 2016-17 season. Nine of those teams made losses even after revenue-sharing was taken into

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Philadelphia 76ers unveil Spirit of 76 campaign in nod to citys past

The Philadelphia 76ers rebranding effort continues. The Sixers unveiled on Wednesday their new campaign for the 2017-18 season called Spirit of 76, which is a nod to the city's and franchise's historic past with a bright light on the team's future. “We experienced a big moment last January

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