Terrence Jones, Gorgui Dieng Lead West’s Breakout Team

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On Thursday, we gave you our All-Breakout Team for the upcoming season for the Eastern Conference. Today, we bring you our Western Conference All-Breakout Team. These are the players we believe are on the verge of breaking out or standing out. We used the same parameters – five players, one at each position, but no rookies. Let’s get right to it.  

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SH Blog: LeBron James Insists He Was Returning To Cleveland Regardless of Coach; NBA To Announce New TV Deal

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There are probably a list of reasons that could have been used to question why LeBron James returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers, but he has assured us that the coach wasn’t one of them. Now that the pre-season has officially begun and James has finally started competing with Cleveland again, we are able to see how well he meshes with this roster under rookie NBA coach, David Blatt.

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Photo of the Day: Pelicans Reveal New Court Design

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The 2014-15 NBA season boasts changes for many teams throughout the league. Of course there’s players switching teams every season, but this year it seems that teams are doing more to change the cosmetics of their franchises. With the Golden State Warriors again unveiling new sleeved uniforms, the Dallas Mavericks bringing about the first fan-based jerseys, and even the Cleveland Cavaliers with a new court with a silhouette of the city’s skyline that was showcased at their scrimmage Wednesday night, teams

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Tweet of the Night: Shaun Livingston excited about new opportunity with Golden State Warriors

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Media Day for the NBA was well underway on Monday, and that meant plenty of team photos and talk of excitement about the new season from all the players around the league. Included in that long list of players who shared their thoughts about what’s to come was point guard Shaun Livingston, who signed a lucrative three-year deal with the Golden State Warriors in the offseason. 

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Photo of the Day: Warriors Unveil New Slate Alternate Uniform

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In February 2013, the Golden State Warriors were the first team in the NBA to wear “the first modern short sleeve NBA Uniform System” when they donned jerseys with sleeves in a matchup against the San Antonio Spurs. These new fashionable jerseys were later worn by several NBA teams, most notably in matchups on Christmas. Over the weekend, the Warriors were at it again. The normal blue and yellow color scheme just doesn’t cut it in the Bay Area anymore. Well,

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SH Blog: LeBron James Says He May have Stayed In Miami Had They Won The Finals

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It’s easy to look back at the end of last season and come up with a bunch of “what if?” scenarios about what would have happened if Miami had won the NBA Finals. Well NBA conspiracy theorists can continue coming up with their own possibilities, as word has spread that LeBron James is teasing folks on what this past summers decision could have been. In an interview with  Rachel Nichols that is set to air Friday night at 10:30 pm on

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SH Blog: Thompson’s agent pressures Warriors, Cuban clears Nowitzki for international play, Dwight Howard’s driver’s license suspended

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With about six weeks remaining until the Oct. 31 contract extension deadline for 2011 draftees, Klay Thompson and the Warriors are in a bit of a standoff. He wants a maximum-salary contract or close to it, while the team would undoubtedly love to find a friendlier number for their cap future. maybe something like the $44 million, four-year deal they struck with backcourt mate Stephen Curry two years ago. On the surface, Thompson isn’t a max player yet. Though known first for

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