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ICYMI: Jordan has ice water in his veins

Michael Jordan, the king in the clutch during his NBA career, drained another buzzer-beater to beat Jimmy Butler in a shooting contest at Jordan's camp. Yes, he's still got it.


Clyde on Carmelo: 'Melo wasn't happy'

Knicks legend and announcer Walt "Clyde" Frazier told ESPN's Ian Begley that Carmelo Anthony wasn't happy with the Knicks' pick of Kristaps Porzingis: "Will he ask out, you know what I mean, if he sees that this is not happening? ... They are a few years away and Melo knows that his days are numbered, so stay tuned." Full Q&A

Kings plan: Crazy enough to work?

Do you think the Kings' roster construction has been ... unconventional this offseason? You're not the only one. Grantland presents the "Sacramento Suicide Squad." Watch


Adidas trying to pry Harden from Nike

Darren Rovell says of Adidas' $200M bid for James Harden's next sneaker deal: "They have to put up an offer where they have to overpay."


OTD: Grant Hill traded to Magic

Fifteen years ago today, Grant Hill was traded to Orlando as part of a sign-and-trade deal that gave him a 7-yr/$93M contract. Thanks to injuries, Hill was limited to 200 games over those 7 seasons.

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Ray Allen not retired yet

The NBA's all-time leader in 3-pt FG told the Hartford Courant: "I haven't said anything about that and I won't officially retire. Because if something came to the table, contractually and situationally, I want to be able to take a strong look at it."

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Harden, an expensive shoe salesman

According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, adidas has made a 13-year, $200M offer to James Harden, whose Nike deal recently expired. Nike has until the end of next week to match the deal. Adidas needs a splash

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ICYMI: Surprise -- Mutombo checks in

Dikembe Mutombo took the floor for Team Africa in Saturday's NBA exhibition in South Africa, where he joined Hakeem Olajuwon, and the crowd went wild.


Jackson maintaining Knicks optimism

In the midst of the worst Knicks season ever, Phil Jackson remained optimistic about the future: "There are many examples of a team that went from sh-- to Shinola in a short few years. Like the Celtics when they added Larry Bird, or the Magic when Shaq and Penny Hardaway got there. So there are plenty of reasons for Knick fans to keep the faith." The Phil Files

Hammon honored in New York

Becky Hammon was inducted into the New York Liberty's Ring of Honor at halftime of today's game. The Spurs' assistant said: "I knew when I arrived that this city would either make or break me, and you guys made me."



An experience I'll cherish for life. Proud and humbled to represent Team Africa. It was incredible to share the court with 2 of the 3 pioneers that paved the way for Africans. The third pioneer was honored by the trophy name, The Manute Bol MVP Award. #NBAAfricaGame #TeamAfrica #TeamWorld #GrowtheGame

High stakes lead to high stress

When $1 million is on the line, things are bound to get chippy. That's exactly what happened late in Overseas Elite's win over Team 23 at The Basketball Tournament.


Overseas Elite cashes in domestically

One million dollars for 40 minutes of work? Not bad if you can get it. And that's exactly what Overseas Elite did, holding on to beat Team 23 by two points to win the winner-take-all event The Basketball Tournament.


Andrews shows off athleticism

Zack Andrews and Team 23 didn't win the $1 million at The Basketball Tournament, but the 6-foot-10 big man might have a future in gymnastics if this move after a foul is any indication.