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Former Baylor forward Quincy Acy and the Sacramento Kings rallied late to defeat the Houston Rockets, 77-68, in the 2014 NBA Summer League Championship game.
1 hr ago | BleacherReport
For a guy who has been beloved at every stop in his brief career, Jeremy Lin has had a hard time finding an NBA home.
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Arizona product Nick Johnson was the 42nd pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, but he's earned a three-year contract that reportedly is guaranteed.
Former King Omri Casspi says incoming rockets have residents on edge near his boyhood home in a Tel Aviv suburb.
Brooks and Kirk Hinrich, who re-signed with the team on Monday, are expected to serve as backups to 2010-11 NBA MVP Derrick Rose, who has been limited to just 10 games over the past two seasons due to knee injuries.
For three agonizing days, the MMB staff, fellow DFW media and fans all had to sweat out Chandler Parsons restricted free agency.
The Lakers were able to make a trade earlier this offseason with the Houston Rockets for Jeremy Lin and a first-round pick in 2015.
Now that the big names are off the market, the Houston Rockets should fill out the rest of their roster with cheap veterans.
Sure it's only Summer League, but it's still a testament to the hard work these young guys have put in these past two weeks.
Enjoy the next chapter of Kobe Bryant 's career, Los Angeles Lakers fans, because, for one last time, it's going to feel familiar.
The free agent period is slowing down and the Nuggets are still in the market for a third point guard, but they lost out on one of their veteran players.
Who else came cheap? Check out this story on delawareonline.com: http://usat.ly/1rw21n4 Though there remains a handful of very good free agents on the market, most teams around the NBA have filled out rosters for next season.
Glen Rice Jr., a second-year Washington Wizards swingman, was a unanimous selection as the Most Valuable Player of the NBA's Summer League in Las Vegas.
The Houston Rockets, upstarts on the verge of becoming dominant, had Chris Bosh in their sights.
With the summer schedule clearly catching up to both teams, the Rockets did just enough to take the summer league semifinals to its final minutes.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 05:26 pm
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