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LeBron James Won't Stay at the Cavaliers if They Keep Losing, Hints Agent
by Newsweek
17 Nov 2017 at 2:27pm
The Cavs have begun winning lately, currently on a three-game winning streak with victories over the Mavericks, Knicks and Hornets. James has been the force driving the Cavs this season, playing more than any other player in the NBA so far by averaging more than 38 minutes per game.
Jamal Crawford says Lonzo Ball should not change his shot
by NBC Sports
17 Nov 2017 at 9:39pm
Lonzo Ball?s shot has become a running gag around the NBA. TNT?s Inside the NBA was asking if it was worse than Charles Barkley?s golf swing, and the crew on that show mocks it all the time. Is it time to tear down Ball?s awkward release and rework his jumper?
Imagine how good Sixers can be once this trio gets rolling
by NBC Sports Philadelphia
17 Nov 2017 at 6:25pm
As we collectively bask in the glow of the Southern California smackdown the Sixers administered to the Clippers and the Lakers to close out their road trip at 3-2, let's take a little inventory of just what they've accomplished overall this season. Joel Embiid's last two performances have been pure dominance. From Game One, Ben Simmons has looked like a 10-year veteran.
LA Lakers: Lonzo Ball Can't Shoot Straight All of a Sudden and No One Knows Why
by Newsweek
16 Nov 2017 at 2:32pm
Trending: Who is Chrissie Carnell Bixler? The Lakers are down in 11th in the Western Conference with a record of 6-9 and currently on a one-game losing streak after being beaten by the Philadelphia 76ers and, in particular, Joel Embiid and his 46 points on Wednesday night. Speaking after the game, as quoted by Tania Ganguli of the Los Angeles Times, Walton said he went to Ball less because he?d had an ?off night.? Walton said Ball?s poor shooting was affecting the rest of his game but insisted he was, in most games, impacting in other ways by running the offense.
Luke Walton: Lakers who shoot 3-pointers have to make 100 in practice
by NBC Sports
17 Nov 2017 at 4:07am
The Los Angeles Lakers are 6-9 on the season, and are last in the NBA in terms of made 3-pointers per-game. Luke Walton has told all Lakers who shoot threes in games that they must make 100 each day after practice. The Lakers have stalled at the three-point line all season, including 3-for-27 last night vs. Philly.
NFL Reporter Levels Troll With Hard-Earned Comeback
by HuffPost
16 Nov 2017 at 4:24pm
NFL Network reporter Stacey Dales just smacked a Twitter troll so hard that we?re gonna need a minute. On Wednesday, Dales tweeted about Los Angeles Lakers rookie guard Lonzo Ball, calling him ?the most over-hyped player I have ever seen.? I know it
Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor: We want to retire Kevin Garnett?s number, but...
by NBC Sports
16 Nov 2017 at 6:00pm
Three all-time greats retired last year: Tim Duncan, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett. The Spurs already retired Duncan?s number. The Lakers will put both of Kobe?s numbers into the rafters next month. When will the Timberwolves follow suit with Garnett
Joel Embiid got busy cyberbullying Lonzo Ball after destroying the Lakers
by Ball Don't Lie
16 Nov 2017 at 3:20pm
Your browser does not support iframes. Joel Embiid has no chill. He can be devastating to an opposing player?s self-esteem. Not only will he attack them at all levels, with finesse on the perimeter, barbed-wire defense around the rim, bulldozing on the
NBA standings
by Reuters
18 Nov 2017 at 6:28am
Nov 18 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NBA on Friday EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L PCT GB 1. Boston 14 2 .875 - 2. Toronto 10 5 .667 3 1/2 3. Philadelphia 8 6 .571 5 4. NY Knicks
Why Luke Walton and the Lakers won't bench the struggling Lonzo Ball
by Ball Don't Lie
17 Nov 2017 at 5:30pm
Lonzo Ball has ridden the bench in each of the Lakers? last two fourth quarters. The No. 2 pick in the 2017 NBA draft, who shot 55 percent from the floor, 41 percent from 3-point range and 67 percent at the foul line at UCLA, has made only 30 percent of his field goals, 23 percent of his long-range tries and 50 percent of his free throws through 15 NBA games. Add it all up, and Ball?s got a True Shooting percentage (a stat that takes into account 2-point, 3-point and free-throw accuracy) of 36.4 percent ? the lowest mark turned in by any rookie clocking at least 30 minutes per game since Woody Sauldsberry of the Philadelphia Warriors all the way back in the 1957-58 season.

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