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Teams want Kyrie Irving; the question is, 'How much?'
Throughout NBA front offices, there's a run on Kyrie Irving intel. As teams deliberate and deliver trade offers to the Cleveland Cavaliers , executives are pursuing insight into Irving's character and habits, his leadership and late nights. The calls are flooding ex-Cavaliers executives and
Which massive Kyrie Irving trade will actually happen?
The Cavaliers are projecting confidence they can snare a king's ransom for Kyrie Irving, and more than that, they are acting -- for now -- as if a trade is almost inevitable, and that there is little chance of salvaging their relationship with him, according to several sources familiar with the
Where's Miami going with these latest moves?
Because of the way the contracts on their books are set up in the future, the Miami Heat were sort of compelled to spend a bunch of money this summer. They preferred to use it on Gordon Hayward, Blake Griffin or Russell Westbrook, but those targets didn't work out. So they ended up dividing it up
Sources: James Johnson agrees to framework of 4-year deal with Heat
Free agent James Johnson has agreed to the framework of a four-year, deal that could be worth as much as $60M to return to the Miami Heat , league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. A first-round pick out of Wake Forest, Johnson played for five teams in his first seven seasons before signing a
Since LeBron left, the Heat's touch goes cold in free agency
The Miami Heat believe in building through free agency and player development, relying on south Florida's views, weather and tax structure plus a disciplined and deep-rooted organizational support system to drive them. It has been wonderfully successful the past two decades with Pat Riley and his
All the biggest questions in another wild NBA offseason
The NBA has been spinning out of control since the Finals, and we've only now reached the main event: the kickoff of what should be a wild free agency period, even with a flattened cap that squeezed available room around the league. The NBA knew the cap would skyrocket thanks to its mammoth new
David Stern: Could've reworked CP3 deal, but Mitch Kupchak 'panicked'
Former NBA commissioner David Stern, who infamously vetoed a proposed 2011 trade that would have sent All-Star point guard Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Lakers, said attempts to rework the deal at the time fell apart because then-Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak "panicked." Appearing on Nunyo
Mock Draft 2.0: Projecting top picks for the Sixers, Celtics and more
It's time for the our first NBA mock draft in 2017 for a very deep and talented draft. It's our best stab at a full first-round mock -- assuming every eligible prospect who has yet to state his intentions on the draft declares -- after taking into account team needs and conversations with NBA
Anthony Davis and the Pelicans need to figure it out, and fast
It has been four years since the Pelicans rushed a prefab identity around Anthony Davis by dealing for Jrue Holiday and Tyreke Evans -- the last two "young veterans" in a Finishing Five that would barely play together before disbanding. Injuries torpedoed any chance for New Orleans to figure out
Ten things I like and don't like, including the art of C.J. McCollum
Let's take our weekly tour of the NBA: 10 things I like and don't like ?? 1. C.J. McCollum 's pull-up artistry This dude is ridiculous. It's time to start talking about McCollum as one of the best pure shooters alive, along with Stephen Curry , Klay Thompson , Dirk Nowitzki , Kevin Durant , Kyle