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NBA Finals: For James, Cavs-Warriors IV was a slam dunk

LeBron James spent Memorial Day with his kids enjoying some barbecue. Once the grill got turned off, the television went on and he tuned in to study Game 7 of the Western Conference finals. Golden State at Houston. James had no doubt who would win. “Going against the Warriors in the last three years in the finals, I kind of ...

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Mock Draft: Mize not a slam dunk at No. 1

Usually when the Draft is two weeks away, teams have some idea what the first round will look like. That hasn’t really been the case this spring, with clubs picking later in the round saying they’ve expanded, rather than contracted, their pool of players as they explore every possibility due to the amount of uncertainty.:: 2018 Draft coverage :: The ...

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Mbah a Moute doesn't trust ailing shoulder: 'I can't dunk it'

Houston Rockets forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute has been working himself back into top form since dislocating his shoulder in the penultimate game of the regular season, but one part of his game has been notably absent in his recent playoff outings: he hasn’t been able to drop the hammer. Desp… NBA | theScore

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LOOK: LeBron James obliterates two Nets players with a ferocious dunk

Throughout his career, LeBron James has played a continuous game of “can you top this” with himself. He submitted his latest entry on Sunday afternoon. In the first quarter against the Brooklyn Nets, LeBron came down the middle of the lane, took off from the dotted line and dunked… CBSSports.com Headlines

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Jordan Bell talks Draymond, Dragon Ball Z, and dunk celebrations

Sharrief Metoyer remembers the first time he met Jordan Bell, as an incoming high schooler at Long Beach Polytechnic High School in California. “He was pretty quiet, unassuming, and didn’t say much,” Metoyer told theScore. “But he was listening.” Immediately, he saw a player with immense potential on the court, but someone who needed guidance. Metoyer became not just a ...

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