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Better Luck Next Year: Philadelphia 76ers edition

As NBA teams are officially eliminated from title contention, theScore NBA freelance writer Andrew Unterberger takes a look back at the highs and lows of their season, along with the biggest questions ahead of 2018-19. The 26th edition focuses on the Philadelphia 76ers. The Good Joel Embiid is finally healthy. In the three years since <a data-in-app-uri="thescore://… NBA | theScore

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Better Luck Next Year: New Orleans Pelicans edition

As NBA teams are officially eliminated from title contention, theScore NBA freelance writer Andrew Unterberger takes a look back at the highs and lows of their season, along with the biggest questions ahead of 2018-19. The 25th edition focuses on the New Orleans Pelicans. The Good Anthony Davis, world-swallower. 2017-18 was hardly a coming-out party for <a data-in… NBA | ...

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Ex-coach of the year? Fired Dwane Casey named finalist for NBA award

Less than a week after being fired by the Toronto Raptors, Dwane Casey was named a finalist for NBA’s coach of the year.  The 61-year-old was the most successful coach in Raptors history, and Toronto rewrote the franchise record book this past regular-season, winning 59 games and earning the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference for the first time. Toronto general ...

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Simmons, Mitchell, Tatum finalists for NBA Rookie of the Year

Ben Simmons (Philadelphia 76ers), Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz), and Jayson Tatum (Boston Celtics) were announced as the three finalists for this year’s NBA Rookie of the Year award on Wednesday. The winner will be revealed on June 25 at the NBA Awards show in Los Angeles. More to come. Let’s block ads! (Why?) … NBA | theScore

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Three-time NFL Coach of Year Knox dies at 86

8:11 PM ET Brady HendersonESPN SEATTLE — Chuck Knox, who has the second-most victories of any coach in Seattle Seahawks history and who also coached the <a href="http://www.espn.com/nfl/team/_/name/lar/los-angel… www.espn.com – NFL

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Chargers' head coach Lynn to receive college degree after 26 year wait

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Anthony Lynn left Texas Tech in 1992 for a life in the NFL, he was only six class hours shy of earning his degree. Although he won two Super Bowl rings as a running back before beginning a coaching career that eventually put him in charge of the Los Angeles Chargers last season, Lynn never ...

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