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Losing the grim 76ers, Spurs fell behind in the Playoffs race 0

The San Antonio Spurs had a better chance to reinforce the ninth spot, but the Philadelphia 76ers’ 3-point throwing blocked that hope. The San Antonio Spurs entered the confrontation with the Philadelphia 76ers with great enthusiasm when they had just defeated Memphis Grizzlies to climb to ninth place. Even better,

NBA reportedly plans to hold 2020 Draft Lottery virtually on Aug. 20 0

After having started about 10 months ago, the 2019-20 NBA regular season will come to the conclusion of the seeding games on Friday night. There remains the matter of a play-in tournament in the Western Conference, but when that is settled, the playoff field will be set, and the

Why can’t the street basketball legend Professor play in the NBA? 0

Professor is a street basketball legend with magical hands and extremely magical skills. But why doesn’t your talent come to the NBA? Grayson Boucher is famous for his tour of And1 and ESPN’s TV show. He was nicknamed The Professor when his magical hands turned all opponents into bewildered students. Many NBA

Ben Simmons likely to miss NBA playoffs for surgery on injured knee 0

Boomers superstar Ben Simmons is likely to be ruled out of the NBA playoffs to undergo surgery on his injured left knee, which deals a hammer blow to Philadelphia 76ers’ hopes for championship. On Saturday, the 76ers announced that Ben Simmons will be leaving the NBA’s restart bubble at

NBA reboots: Lonzo Ball, Ben Simmons and the most notable questions (Part 3) 0

If taken to the PF position, Ben could become more versatile and impact the more positive aspects for the Philadelphia 76ers. You can play as a runner, a quick counter-attacker, a bodybuilder who is superior to the opponent of the same position or a quality screener. The biggest weakness of

Zion Williamson was disappointed that the playing time was not even able to sweat! 0

In the press interview, Zion Williamson could not hide his disappointment when he played too little after the past two Pelicans games. The New Orleans Pelicans went through two official matches in Orlando, all of which were defeats against the more prized opponents: Utah Jazz (106-104) and Los Angeles

NBA reboots: Lonzo Ball, Ben Simmons and the most notable questions (Part 2) 0

DOES LONZO BALL CONTINUE “FIRE”? If the New Orleans Pelicans want to hold on to the hopes of making it to the Playoffs, Lonzo Ball needs to keep up the fire. Before the season was postponed, Ball was reaching a career-high milestone of 3% throwing rate with 39% 3PT

The famous lawsuit between Yao Ming and Coca-Cola is worth 1 yuan 0

The world famous beverage company Coca-Cola had trouble getting sued by Yao Ming, but it ended up paying only one yuan to the star! After 10 years of playing in the NBA, Yao Ming has never had a championship ring, but he is still referred to as the greatest basketball

Toronto Raptors showing rust ahead of NBA’s Orlando restart 0

Everything about the Toronto Raptors’ final exhibition game of the NBA restart appeared peculiar, from the presence of digital fans and scorekeepers behind plexiglass, to the NBA’s reigning champs playing sloppy basketball. The Raptors looked disengaged on Tuesday when they played the last of their three scrimmages in the

NBA reboots: Lonzo Ball, Ben Simmons and the most notable questions 0

From now until the ball is launched in Orlando, let’s take a look at the five most notable questions that need to be answered about this NBA reboot. In less than 2 weeks, NBA will officially return to the first match on July 31 between Utah Jazz and New