Morning News Roundup

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Here are this morning’s top NBA news stories:

  • “Sixers still talking extension with Holiday,” by John Finger from CSNPhilly.com
  • “Rasheed Wallace’s fate with Knicks in coach Mike Woodson’s hands,” by Marc Berman from the New York Post
  • “McGrady’s China move earns NBA plaudits,” from 560 WGAN
  • “Why it’s worth it for Mavs to take wild ride with Delonte West,” by Eddie Sefko from  Dallas Morning News
  • “New rule puts crimp in Jordan’s pre game ritual,” by Dan Woike from the Orange County Register
  • “Ray Allen is running circles around his teammates,” from the Miami Herald
  • “Mark Cuban of Dallas Mavericks not worried about ailing Dirk Nowitzki,” by Tim MacMahon from ESPN.com
  • “Andrew Bogut to have ankle examined,” by Marcus Thompson II from the San Jose Mercury-News
  • “As Clippers round into shape, Lamar Odom lags,” by Broderick Turner from the Los Angeles Times

Morning News Roundup

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Here are this morning’s top NBA news stories:

  •  ”Fisher free to return to Lakers now,” by Marc Stein from ESPN.com
  • “Jeremy Lin wanted to retire with New York Knicks, not Houston Rockets,” Marc Berman from the  New York Post
  • “Delonte West of Dallas Mavericks suspended for conduct detrimental to the team,” by Tim MacMahon from ESPN.com
  • “Deron Williams of Brookyln Nets rips A.J. Price of Washington Wizards,” by Mike Mazzeo from ESPN.com
  • “Brandon Bass staying focused despite being unsure of his role on Celtics,” by Gary Washburn from the Boston Globe
  • “Melo: ‘I’m willing to do whatever it takes,’” by Jared Zwerling from ESPN.com
  • “New Bulls guard Marco Belinelli looks lost in Thibodeau’s system,” by Joe Cowley from the Chicago Sun-Times
  • “Nowitzki chooses to delay surgery as long as possible,” by Dwain Price from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
  • “Sixers’ Andrew Bynum to being practicing October 24,” by John N. Mitchell from the Philadelphia Inquirer
  • “Knicks’ forward Amar’e Stoudemire returned to practice,” by Tony Williams from the Newark Star-Ledger
  • “Jalen Rose to join Bill Simmons, Magic Johnson, and Mike Wilbon on NBA Countdown,” by Jason McIntyre from The Big Lead

Morning News Roundup

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Here are this morning’s top NBA news stories:

  • “Lawson, Nuggets nearing an extension?” by Yannis Koutroupis from HoopsWorld
  • “For the Nets’ Joe Johnson, No more Iso-Joe,” by Howard Beck from the New York Times
  • “Marcin Gortat aims to prove more than a Steve Nash creation,” by Michael Schwartz from  Valley of the Suns
  • “Andray Blatche of Brooklyn Nets wears No. 0 as a reminder of troubled stint with Washington Wizards,” by Zach Braziller from the New York Post
  • “Presence of coach Mike Brown helped allure Antawn Jamison to L.A.,” by Elliot Teaford from the Los Angeles Daily News
  • “Accident slows down O.J. Mayo’s acclimation to new teammates,” by Eddie Sefko from the Dallas Morning News
  • “Injured in his sleep, Love sits out Wolves win,” by Jerry Zgoda from the Minneapolis Star-Tribune
  • “A night on the town in Shanghai leaves Miami Heat stars tired,” by Joseph Goodman from the Miami Herald

Morning News Roundup

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Here are this morning’s top NBA news stories:

  • “Allen Iverson won’t sign with Maccabi Haifa for games in NBA,” from Sportando
  • “Extending Manu Ginobli,” by Yannis Koutroupis from HoopsWorld
  • “NY Knicks’ Kurt Thomas not thinking retirement as veteran enters season still feeling young,” by Frank Isola from the New York Daily News
  • “Dwightmare seems very far away as Howard reboots with lakers,” by Ken Berger from CBSSports.com
  • “Mavericks’ Dirk Nowitzki on new NBA flopping rules: ‘A bunch of crap,’” by Eddie Sefko from Dallas Morning News
  • “Rose playing recruiter,” by Joe Cowley from Chicago Sun-Times
  • “Joe Johnson: I didn’t burn Atlanta,” by Mike Mazzeo from ESPN.com

Morning News Roundup

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Here are this morning’s top NBA news stories:

  • “Dwight Howard fitting in well with Kobe Bryant, new look Lakers,” by Sam Amick from SI.com
  • “Knicks still targeting Josh Howard,” by Jared Zwerling from  ESPN.com
  • “LaMarcus Aldridge, free agent to be in 2015, is ‘fine with’ Portland Trail Blazers’ Direction,” by Ben Golliver from the Blazers Edge
  • “Belinelli envisions long term Bulls backcourt partnership with Rose,” by Shams Charania from RealGM
  • “Manu shrugs off flopping edict,” by Jeff McDonald from the San Antonio Express-News
  • “Griffin calls flop rule a way for the ‘NBA to get more money,’” by Dan Woike from the Orange County Register
  • “NBA’s new flopping fines all right by Bulls,” by Joe Cowley from Chicago Sun-Times