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Larry Sanders’ NBA return would be ‘on his terms’ = Larry Sanders hasn’t appeared in a NBA game since December 2014. Following a tumultuous yet productive four-plus year stint with the Milwaukee Bucks, the big man decided to walk away from basketball.....

Ranking NBA MVP candidates heading into 2016-17 = Last season, all drama was sucked out the NBA MVP race about 24 games into the season. Stephen Curry’s Warriors were 24-0, he was averaging 32.5 points in only 35.0 minutes per game and sported a.....

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from Mail Online

Happy birthday, Michael! As one of basketball's greatest players turns 50, Sportsmail looks back at Jordan's remarkable career

Slam dunk: Jordan remains one of the greatest professional basketball players the NBA has ever seen. He turns 50 today

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from UPROXX

Stance Becomes Official On-Court Socks Provider Of The NBA And Its Players

Klay Thompson

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Duke to hold pro days, ban scouts from rest of practices = Duke University will hold two pro days for NBA scouts to come take a look at potential prospects. Those two sessions will be held on Oct. 19 and Oct. 25. Though scouts will be welcome to attend any game the team plays, the.....

5 must-watch games for every Celtics fan in 2016-17 = The NBA schedule was released a few weeks ago, and while the differences in every team’s schedule are very minimal, there are still some games that take precedence over others. For the Boston Celtics, there are.....

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from Portland Trail Blazers

Trail Blazers Sign Greg Stiemsma

The Portland Trail Blazers have signed center Greg Stiemsma to a training camp contract, it was announced today by president of basketball operations Neil Olshey.  In four NBA seasons with Boston, Minnesota, New Orleans and Toronto, Stiemsma (6-11, 260) has averages of 3.2 points (50.9% FG, 70.5% FT), 3.3 rebounds, 0.5 assists, 1.14 steals and 15.0 minutes in 203 career games (42 starts). He will wear No. 54 for the Trail Blazers.

from The Japan Times

Japan's team spirit remains youthful in anime

Japan’s team spirit remains youthful in anime: "But if “Slam Dunk” was the forceful confident game changer, “Kuroko’s Basketball” deserves just as much credit for offering an equally winning message to today’s youth: It is okay to be shy, reserved and even small. You don’t have to be an impossibly tall super-teen to play basketball or possess talent. And you don’t have to be the center player to be an important member of a team."