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    Ben Simmons To The Sacramento Kings?

    Last month, I reported a trade possibility between the Sacramento Kings and the Philadephia 76ers centered around Ben Simmons and De’Aaron Fox. Kings and Sixers have had preliminary discussions about a deal that would send Simmons to Sacramento for De’Aaron Fox. Kings’ initial offer was oriented around Buddy Hield, per Source. Unclear if Fox is […] More

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    Kristaps Porzingis Summer Workout: Focus On Flexibility, Strength Training, & Playing Lower

    Dallas Mavericks elected to trade for former All-Star Kristap Porzingis and then gave him a five-year extension worth $158 million. They hoped that Porzingis would be a part of a one, two punch and Luka Doncic to contend for championships. Unfortunately for the Mavericks, that has not happened in two playoff appearances in back-to-back seasons. […] More

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    Kings Rival Ex-Staffer Discusses Tyrese Haliburton’s Injury

    On Sunday evening, with 7:36 left in the third between the Sacramento Kings and the Dallas Mavericks. Kings’ guard Tyrese Haliburton sustained an injury. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, ‘the MRI revealed no ligament damage to Haliburton’s knee. He won’t need surgery but will likely miss the rest of the season. “Sacramento Kings guard Tyrese […] More

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    Former NBA Trainer Weighs-In On Mavs’ Luka Doncic’s Elbow Contusion

    The Dallas Mavericks will take on the Golden State Warriors tonight at Chase Center. According to Callie Caplan of the Dallas Morning News, Mavs all-star Luka Doncic is listed as questionable with a left elbow contusion. Longtime sports trainer most recently with the Los Angeles Lakers, Marco Nunez talked about Doncic elbow injury. “Meaning he […] More

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    Ex-Sonics’ Coach George Karl Will Never Work in NBA Again “Rep Too Bad,” Says Former Tar Heel

    During his 20 plus seasons coaching in the NBA, George Karl has had numerous run-ins with his players. Karl released his personal memoir a couple of years ago, and took shot at his former Denver Nuggets players, Carmelo Anthony, JR Smith and Kenyon Martin. Karl revealed that both Anthony and Martin both didn’t have a father figure to […] More

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    NBA Should Start “As A Collective” With Focus On Teams Not In The Bubble, Says Analyst

    Income, and its potential loss, is a significant sticking point when it comes to when the 2020-21 NBA season begins. The league has pitched a 72-game regular season schedule that starts right before Christmas (Dec. 22). Meanwhile, players have reportedly made a counter pitch to for a Jan. 18 start date. That would add extra free time […] More

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    Marvin Bagley Reminds Kings Great of Chris Bosh

      Marvin Bagley III will be entering his sophomore season in the NBA. Last season, Bagley appeared in 62 out of 82 games during his rookie season with the Sacramento Kings. In those games, the former second overall pick averaged 14.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, and 1.0 assists per game. Earning him All-Rookie First Team honors […] More

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    Carmelo Anthony Still Taking NBA Players to School

        Chris Brickley is known as one of the best basketball trainers in the world. USA Today has dubbed the former University of Louisville guard as its “Top NBA Workout Guru.” His clients’ list includes Kevin Durant, James Harden, Carmelo Anthony C. J. McCullum, Enes Kanter, Blake Griffin, and Donovan Mitchell. On Wednesday night, […] More

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