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  • Phoenix, a surprise contender in the LaMarcus Aldridge sweepstakes, continues to ramp up its pursuit, clearing an estimated $8 million in cap space by dumping Marcus Morris, Danny Granger and Reggie Bullock to Detroit for a second-round pick in 2020. read more...
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  • Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder finished eighth in Coach of the Year voting after his team’s second-half surged helped garner him a handful of third-place votes from the press. Snyder’s former boss, Atlanta coach Mike Budenholzer, won the award with 67 first-place votes. Golden State’s Steve Kerr finished second and Milwaukee’s Jason Kidd finished third. Snyder received one second-pl... read more...
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  • Jaws dropped earlier this year when Gov. Jerry Brown told the Legislature that he wanted to set aside $300 million for two years' worth of specialty drugs for Medi-Cal users, state prisoners and others covered by state health programs. Even with a general fund of more than $110 billion, $300 million...... read more...
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  • Slava Voynov pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of corporal injury to a spouse Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court in Torrance as part of a deal to resolve the case stemming from an incident with his wife last year.  read more...
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  • It may be time for the Golden State Warriors to switch it up. If even a little bit. For three games, LeBron James has run roughshod over the Warriors, averaging 41 points in these NBA Finals and staking the Cleveland Cavaliers to an improbable 2-1 lead, as Game 4 looms tonight. This has been because the Warriors have insisted on keeping the double-teams in James to a minimum, preferring ... read more...
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  • So, we’ve witnessed one of the biggest collapses in NBA playoff history on Sunday. Not shockingly - considering their history as a franchise - it was the Los Angeles Clippers that pulled off the feat. Up 3-1 over the Houston Rockets, and up 19 points in the third quarter of Game 6, the Clippers somehow lost that closeout game, and then were never really competitive in Sunday’s Game ... read more...
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  • With broad shoulders and a sweet shooting stroke, Pat Connaughton stood before the media on Thursday morning and answered questions about basketball and baseball. With the roundball, Connaughton, the Notre Dame shooting guard who worked out for the Utah Jazz, has seen his stock rise since the end of his senior season. He performed well at the Portsmouth Tournament. He shot the ball extr... read more...
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  • <freeform> After spending his homecoming lightly <a href=“http://www.sltrib.com/home/2342163-155/enes-kanter-rips-jazz-organization-after”>blasting his old team and subsequently reveling in a chorus of boos</a> from the fans that once cheered him, Enes Kanter lobbed one more insult at the Utah Jazz on his way out of Salt Lake City late last mo... read more...
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  • For a good chunk of the last two months of the season, it was well known that the Utah Jazz were thinking of making a play for Ante Tomic, the big man they drafted way back in 2008. It all made sense. Tomic is considered by some to be the best big man in Europe. He’s 28, in the prime of his career, yet his NBA window is dwindling. Now, it may be shut all together. Reports have sur... read more...
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  • <freeform> The Utah Jazz could clear more than $16 million in cap space this summer, but that’s certainly no guarantee that they’ll make a major splash when the free agent market opens up tonight at 10. General manager Dennis Lindsey and company will be working the phones, making their pitches and trying to fill roster needs. But while other teams are rolling out the re... read more...
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