NBA

Zion Williamson’s $181M Pelicans Future In Question

Williamson sent a mixed message by posting a video of him dunking while injured. He is eligible for a rookie max extension this summer.

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First-Year HC Ime Udoka Has Led Celtics Resurgence

Ime Udoka built a reputation as a defensive guru in nine seasons as an assistant coach. Now in his first year as a head coach, Boston has the league’s best defense and a lethal duo.

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This Season’s Lakers Are Low Point for LeBron James

At 29-40, the Lakers are 2.5 games from falling out of a play-in spot. The last time LeBron finished 11+ games below .500 was his rookie season (2003-04).

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Tyler Herro Is Headed For 1st Sixth Man of the Year

He’s not only leading all reserves in scoring by more than five points, but he’s also the Heat’s top scorer from the bench. When Herro inevitably wins Sixth Man of the Year, he’ll be the second-youngest to ever win the award.

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Draymond Green Crucial to Warriors’ Ceiling and Championship

The 47-22 Warriors are 18-16 without Green this year. In his return, he finished with a team-high plus-24 and ranks first among starters for defensive rating.

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Gregg Popovich’s Legacy Goes Beyond Titles, Wins Record

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich passed Don Nelson to become the NBA’s all-time wins leader (1,336), but his success in a small market and push for sports science might be his most important imprint on the game.

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How the Suns’ Current Success Started in the Bubble

The Suns became the first team to clinch the playoffs. They’ve won 75% of their games since the Orlando Bubble.

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Alex Rodriguez, Marc Lore Invest in Athlete 'Stock Market'

Alex Rodriguez and business partner Marc Lore are investing in Mojo, an app serving as a “stock market” for professional athletes.

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Kyrie’s Big Night Covers Up Nets’ Dicey Playoff Situation

Kyrie Irving recorded the most efficient 50-point game in NBA history. But he’s only eligible to play in five more games as the Nets fight for a playoff berth.

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NBA Team 'Top Priority' for Fenway Sports Group

Fenway Sports Group could be adding an NBA team to its roster. Oh, and also an NFL team a WNBA team, a cricket team, and a second soccer team.

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