SH Blog: Felton says Nets will “never run the city”; Pierce says Rondo wasn’t why Doc left

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Raymond Felton cropToday’s blog, for the second day in a row, includes Raymond Felton commenting on the Nets.

SH Blog: Dwight Fallout: Rockets Won’t Trade Asik; Hickson to Nuggets; Delfino to Bucks

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United_States_Fallout_Shelter_Sign.svgThe Dwight Howard signing is behind us. The fallout is happening now — in Houston, in Los Angeles, and around the rest of the NBA.

First and foremost, Omer Asik has asked for a trade out of Houston, but the Rockets are refusing his request. They believe Asik could be a valuable asset to play alongside Howard.

NBA Players React to Boston Marathon Tragedy

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Tragedy struck in Boston on Monday afternoon when two bombs exploded near the finish line to the 2013 Boston Marathon.

Below is a video of President Barack Obama’s response followed by the Twitter reaction from the NBA.

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SH Blog: Amnestying Kobe “not something we’ve discussed,” says Kupchak; Dwight new Lakers leader

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Dwight Howard Steve NashWe’ve still got a handful of games that really matter in the NBA regular season, and maybe the biggest is tonight, with the Spurs heading into Staples Center to face the Lakers.

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MLK Birthday Observed on Twitter

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Tuesday  marks the 84th birthday of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. King is best known and widely respected for his efforts in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He is most notably recognized for his famous “I Have a Dream” speech that he gave on August 23, 1963 during a Washington D.C. Civil Rights March.

American society may still have a long way to go before we will have accomplished the goal set forth in that speech … However, without his efforts, many African-American working professionals (celebrity and non) may not be in the positions that they currently hold.

For that, many NBA players took time to recognize Dr. King on his birthday.

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