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The 2013 NBA Draft Lottery is set to take place on Tuesday night, and the Orlando Magic have the best odds to come away with the No.
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Looking back, despite being bad, Game 6 wasn't all that bad and became a signature moment for the Warriors franchise, thanks to Jarrett Jack's postgame gratitude to the fans at Oracle.
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Former Michigan point guard Trey Burke has signed with a sports marketing agency to handle all his off-court dealings.
Now that the season has passed, it's time to start looking forward. Ironically, to begin doing that, we first need to look back at who did what last season.
Warriors general manager Bob Myers was a picture of the comfortable disposition of Golden State.
AT&T CENTER - Gregg Popovich said prior to tip there was a knot in Tony Parker's calf in Game 4, that he couldn't plant or push off.
The Golden State Warriors' playoff run came to an unceremonious end by means of a largely uneventful 94-82 defeat to the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night in Oakland.
The Chicago Bulls' run came to an end as the Miami Heat defeated them in the second round of the NBA Playoffs.
Two male Golden State Warriors ' fans, both residents of Contra Costa Co., Calif., were reportedly driving home on I-880 around 10:30 p.m. after the season-ending 2013 NBA Playoffs' game between the Warriors and San Antonio Spurs on May 16 when "someone in a dark-colored SUV opened fire with a semi-automatic pistol," FOX Sports reported on May 18.
Sam Hinkie's tenure in Houston was never about Sam Hinkie, he'll tell you. It was really about the system.
With 21 combined games in the 2013 playoff data bag between the San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies, it's now time to look at what the data is saying as the Western Conference Finals approach Sunday.
The biggest criticism of Paul George during his time at Fresno State was that he seemed to coast at times.
So when I asked Stephen Curry on Friday if this franchise has the players to win a championship soon, he didn't need to offer any bit of massaged truth.
Players who aren't household names and spent the entire regular season shaded behind their teams' superstar are able to make a big enough impact on a big enough stage to really get noticed.
The Houston Rockets have the payroll flexibility to make big moves this offseason, but there are certain moves that should be made and others that should most definitely be avoided.