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Reports: Pacers, Turner closing in on monster extension

The Indiana Pacers and center Myles Turner are reportedly closing in on a contract extension before Monday's deadline to get one done, and the deal could pay the 22-year-old in the neighborhood of $20 million per season. More »

 

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NBA-Warriors still team to beat despite rivals' best efforts, say pundits

Oct 15 (Reuters) - LeBron James was one of many high-profile players who switched NBA teams during the offseason but all the roster shuffling will do little to cause the reigning champions Golden State Warriors to panic, TV pundits said on Monday. More »

 

ABA, Pacers co-founder Tinkham dies

Richard Tinkham, a co-founder of both the American Basketball Association and the Indiana Pacers franchise, died Sunday after a long battle with muscular dystrophy, the Pacers confirmed Monday. He was reportedly 85 or 86 at the time of his death. More »

 

Warriors, Rockets should rule West

When you add the best player in the world and the top four rookies in the incoming class, the already superior NBA Western Conference will be great in 2018-19. More »

 

Report: Suns ink veteran SG Crawford

Veteran shooting guard Jamal Crawford agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Phoenix Suns, ESPN reported Monday. More »

 

NBA Fixtures

Oct 15 (OPTA) - NBA schedules for this week More »

 

Butler will play in Timberwolves' season opener

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Jimmy Butler practiced with the team on Sunday and is expected to play in Wednesday's season opener in San Antonio, according to coach Tom Thibodeau. More »

 

Report: NBA won't suspend Curry, Cousins

Golden State Warriors stars Stephen Curry and DeMarcus Cousins won't be punished for stepping on the court during a tense late-game situation against the Los Angeles Lakers in Friday's preseason finale, according to Yahoo Sports. More »

 

NBA: Knicks release Noah after two seasons

(Reuters) - The New York Knicks have released center Joakim Noah with two years and $38 million remaining on his contract, the NBA team said on Saturday. More »

 

Jefferson retires from NBA, pays tribute to father

Richard Jefferson, who played 17 years in the NBA, has officially retired. Planning to pursue a career in broadcast journalism, the small forward announced Saturday on Instagram that he has made the decision to "move on from basketball." He also offered a tribute to his late father. More »

 

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