SH Blog: Aldridge rushing return; Kobe calls out Shaq; Bosh says Big 3 will return to Miami; Westbrook uncertain of playoffs minute restriction

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AldridgeLillardSH1As teams continue to jockey for position in the Western Conference — and fight for 50 wins just to get in — one of the early season darlings continues to sink.

That would be the Portland Trailblazers. Once the talk of the NBA, the Blazers have hit a rough patch at the worst possible time, losing nine of their last 13 games and are now just a half game ahead of the Golden State Warriors for the 6th spot in the West. 

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SH Blog: Is Turner Insurance for Pacers? LeBron Breaks Nose; Lowry Could Resign in Toronto

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EvanTurnerSH2The Indiana Pacers knew something early Thursday afternoon that the Oklahoma City Thunder — and the rest of the NBA — found out late Thursday night: The Miami Heat are still the team to beat in this league.

Period. 

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SH Blog: Stern Direct Elect to Hall of Fame; ‘Melo Willing to Take Pay Cut to Build With Knicks; Bulls Will Not Trade Boozer

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SternWith all eyes on NBA All-Star weekend, thanks in large part to the marketing vision of David Stern, the league takes this focused opportunity to make several announcements.

One of which is who will be elected into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2014. 

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SH Blog: Knicks and Nuggets Revisit Shumpert-Faried Trade; LeBron Says He Is Top Four All-Time; Trade Possibilities Around The NBA

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ImanShumpertAs the February 21st NBA trade deadline looms over All-Star weekend, there is no shortage of news and rumors around the league.

We’ll take a look at which teams have the ammunition to make major moves before next weeks deadline, which players can be on the move, and everything else happening in the league today. 

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SH Blog: How Good Are The Pacers? KD Says Wiggins Could Be Hall of Fame; J.R. Smith Rants on Twitter (Again), Fined by NBA (Again)

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andre-iguodala-game-winnerThere aren’t many professionals in this country — young or old — that ever wake up regretting that they took advantage of the rare opportunity to get a good night’s rest.

Despite last night’s Thunder-Warriors game on TNT, I decided to take a night to catch up on some sleep. 

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