SH Blog: Jerry West talked poorly of Harden to Howard, Melo dismisses anything Barkley has to say

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The NBA season has finally begun, and there are plenty of things to read up on. Is Rudy Gay going to be traded this season? How did teams try to convince Dwight Howard that going to Houston would be a bad idea? Is Ty Lawson the right player to run Brian Shaw’s big-man oriented offense? The answer to these questions and plenty more can be found below. STORY OF THE DAY: As the new general manager of the team, Masai Ujiri moved

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The Numbers Say… Carter-Williams Makes History, D-12 Joins Houston’s Elite

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First impressions are everything. For Philadelphia 76ers rookie point guard Michael Carter-Williams, his first impression was a thorough domination of the defending NBA champion Miami Heat. Carter-Williams finished his regular season debut with 22 points, 12 assists, seven rebounds and nine steals on 6-of-10 shooting from the field and 4-of-6 from the arc as the Sixers pulled off a shocking 114-110 upset. If you’re impressed by those numbers, don’t stand up just yet – Carter-Williams was so good that he will sweep

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The Numbers Say… The Pacers’ Defense and Lakers’ Bench Joined Rare Company

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After months of agonizing anticipation, the 2013-14 NBA regular season has finally begun. Three games ushered in the new year, and as one might imagine, the numbers were quite astonishing. No team posted numbers that were as impressive as the Indiana Pacers. Indiana won its season opener by defeating the Orlando Magic 97-87 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Paul George scored 24 points, Lance Stephenson added a surprisingly strong 19 and Orlando Johnson scored nine off of the bench as the defending Central

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SH Blog: Can Westbrook Return In November? Doc Would Have Resigned Without Redick Trade

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Who has a shot to beat the Miami Heat in a seven-game playoff series? That’s the question everybody was asking on opening night of the 2013-’14 NBA season. The Bulls did not seem worthy in their 107-95 loss. San Antonio, Indiana, Chicago, Brooklyn and Oklahoma City all are considered elite while the Los Angeles Clippers, Houston Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Memphis Grizzlies and New York Knicks have this season to make their case to join that group. 

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Tweet of the Day: NBA Players Express Excitement For 2013-14 Season

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The day is here. The time is now. So it is, that we begin the 2013-14 NBA season. After a summer full of drama and change, the teams, players and fans are ready for the new season to start. Opening night kicks off with three games on Tuesday, starting with the Orlando Magic visiting the Indiana Pacers at 7:00 pm Eastern, which can be seen on Fox Sports Florida or NBA League Pass. That game is followed by a double-header on TNT. At

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SH Blog: Sterling humiliated Rivers by nearly blowing up summer deal, D’Antoni says mistreatment of Gasol involved politics

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We all thought Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling had turned the corner from the ugly days. The days when he used to heckle his own players during games. The days when he didn’t take care of the people in his organization. The days when he’d accuse the best player he’s ever had of manipulating the front office decisions. The days of being the absolute laughingstock of the league and not giving a hoot, as long as he was saving

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Tweet of the Day: Jordan Crawford Reacts To Commercial

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Nowadays, commercials have become like mini-feature films. They are written and produced to not only be entertaining, but also to tap into the human emotional experience. This can make the product much more desirable. It can even make a product seem necessary. Nike has produced some great commercials in their time—including the Mars Blackmon campaign (starring Spike Lee and Michael Jordan) for the Nike Air Jordans, among many other great ads. The most recent installment of Miami Heat forward LeBron James’ sneakers premiered its

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