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Morning Coffee – Thu, Jul 28
What if DeMar's 360 dropped? | Norm loves the kids Morning Coffee – Thu, Jul 28 originated on Raptors Republic: ESPN TrueHoop Network Blog.

The Sactown Royalty Show Ep 105: Jake Whitacre
Jake from Bullets Forever joins us to share some insights on Garrett Temple and to discuss the offseason as a whole. The Sactown Royalty Show is back! This week I'm joined by Jake Whitacre of Bullets Forever, SB Nation's

Rudy Gay Unhappy With Kings Direction
The Sacramento Kings have a limited roster and Rudy Gay is very aware of it. DeMarcus Cousins has already gone on the record of disliking the Kings moves this summer and teammate Gay is joining him. Sacramento has placed Gay on the trade market and he isn’t very happy about it. Gay said the following […] The post Rudy Gay Unhappy With Kings Direction appeared first on

Karl-Anthony Towns Declares High Hopes For Timberwolves’ Future
The Minnesota Timberwolves have one of the most promising futures in the NBA and Karl-Anthony Towns wants to live up to it. Towns is one of the most talented centers to arrive in the NBA in many years and has the pressure of carrying Minnesota into the promise land. Along with Andrew Wiggins, Towns is […] The post Karl-Anthony Towns Declares High Hopes For Timberwol...

Kevin Durant Apparently Lied to Russell Westbrook About Joining Warriors
The relationship between Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook is apparently on thin ice following Durant’s decision to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Golden State Warriors. Westbrook is apparently motivated for the season and pissed off at Durant for leaving the Thunder in a tough spot. ESPN’s Royce Young said Durant may have actually […] The post

Fiddlin' and Diddlin' Celtics Daily Links 7/27/16
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Team USA obliterates China 107-57 in exhibition matchup at Oracle
All eyes were on Kevin Durant, who played his first game at Oracle Arena since signing with the Golden State Warriors. It didn't take long for Kevin Durant to give DubNation a preview of what to except in th...

ESPN projects Kings to have a worse record this season
ESPN released their regular season record projections for the Western Conference yesterday, and to some surprise, their ‘ESPN forecast panel’ is projecting a 30-52 record from the Kings next season, a three-win decrease from their 33-49 record last sea...

DBB on 3: Super teams!?
For this week's installment where we ask three questions about any given topic we talk super teams! The talk of super teams was of course started when the best regular season team of all time - the Golden St...

Basketball Jonez' diary: When the Warriors kept Stephen Curry instead of trading for Amar'e Stoudemire
The Warriors dodged a bullet. There's a lot of new blood following the Warriors lately. I mean, I get it. Back to back Finals appearances, a Larry O'Championship trophy...

Morning Coffee – Wed, Jul 27
Blake lost his mind and wrote 1000 words on Bargnani | Realistic expectations for Poeltl | DeMar went to sleep after signing his contract | Giants of Africa expands across Africa Morning Coffee – Wed, Jul 27 originated on Raptors Republic: ESPN TrueHoop Network Blog.

Introducing: Blue Jays Republic
The Jays blogosphere is in for an Olerud Awakening Introducing: Blue Jays Republic originated on Raptors Republic: ESPN TrueHoop Network Blog.

VIDEO: DeMar DeRozan misses potentially epic poster
This would have been insane. VIDEO: DeMar DeRozan misses potentially epic poster originated on Raptors Republic: ESPN TrueHoop Network Blog.

Paul George: Dealing with minor calf strain
Paul George: George left Tuesday's USA exhibition matchup against China with a minor left calf strain and will not return, Scott Agness of Vigilant Sports reports. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

Three ways Hoiberg can effectively juggle his odd-fitting roster
How Fred Hoiberg manages the Bulls' lineups will be a challenging task, and could determine how this upcoming season plays out. One of the many challenges Fred Hoiberg encountered during his first season as Chicago Bulls head coach was managing lineups. Particularly, the strategy to 

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