Tweet of the Night: Dwyane Wade makes light of LeBron James unfollowing Cavaliers twitter account, Dan Le Batard loves James’ postgame reaction

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LeBron James notched a triple-double against the Denver Nuggets on Monday, but the primary subject of discussion after the game had nothing to do with his performance on the court and everything to do with what he did with his phone. It was revealed early during the day that the forward, for whatever reason, unfollowed the official Cleveland Cavaliers twitter account. Expecting some kind of explanation, a reporter asked James after the game why he decided to unfollow his team’s account, to

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Sheridan: The Three Biggest Unanswered Questions of the NBA Season

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We would like to interrupt your NCAA bracket guesswork with a few questions, and in this column I absolutely promise to stay away from politics after using it as a crutch writing device in my last couple MVP rankings columns. (I’ll have another one of those later this week, and I will try to adhere to that vow for two straight columns … but it won’t be easy). Pablo You know, the NBA season is winding down, we have already had

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Most Improved Player Rankings: It’s Not LeBron’s League Anymore

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The two aging giants came together at center court, a herd of national TV cameras surrounding them like those crazy, suicidal fish that swim alongside sharks and somehow get away with it. (Nature is weird, man). They embraced, in that bro-hug type of way players do, and shared a few words of mutual respect before going their separate ways, Kobe Bryant toward the ruthlessly dimming twilight of his career and LeBron James out of the visitor’s locker room at Staples Center,

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DraftKings Advice: How To Build Today’s Team Around Kemba Walker

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Sunday seemed like the Bizarro NBA, an alternate universe where the Suns can win two straight on the road and the Lakers can beat the Warriors. My beloved Raptors, who had won 12 in a row at home, coughed up a 13-point lead. We did get a few things right, like another triple-double for Giannis Antetokounmpo $8200, but failed to cash. [Read more…]

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