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Finding Minutes For The Unorthodox Game Of T.J. Warren

by Jonathan Tjarks

The Suns are going to have to depend on internal improvement to take the next step, but a lot of their young core is blocked in terms of potential playing time in the near future. T.J. Warren is their one young guy with the chance to take a step forward and vault them into the Top 8 out West.

Offseason Review: Atlanta Hawks

by Keith P Smith

The Hawks basically had to choose between re-signing Paul Millsap and DeMarre Carroll. The difference in the roster from last season is Splitter in and Carroll out, which makes them bigger but less versatile.

Ty Lawson And The Rockets' Depth Of Talent In Their Prime

by Jonathan Tjarks

The Ty Lawson trade fits Daryl Morey's modus operandi perfectly; he's taking a chance on a guy based on his basketball skills and figuring everything else will take care of itself.

The Case For Dante Exum: Tools Over Stats

by Jonathan Tjarks

Dante Exum still shows all the signs of becoming a really good player in the NBA for a long time to come, which makes the Jazz dangerous with all of their overwhelming length and talent.

CBA Encyclopedia: Contract Options

by Keith P Smith

In many cases, the terms Team Option and Non-Guaranteed contracts are used interchangeably but this is not actually the case. Here's how we can clear up the misconceptions.

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2015 NBA Playoffs Bracket

Opening Round
E1 Atlanta Hawks 4
E8 Brooklyn Nets 2
 
 
 
 
E4 Toronto Raptors 0
E5 Washington Wizards 4
 
E3 Chicago Bulls 4
E6 Milwaukee Bucks 2
 
 
 
 
E2 Cleveland Cavaliers 4
E7 Boston Celtics 0
 
W1 Golden State Warriors 4
W8 New Orleans Pelicans 0
 
 
 
 
W5 Memphis Grizzlies 4
W4 Portland Trail Blazers 1
 
W3 Los Angeles Clippers 4
W6 San Antonio Spurs 3
 
 
 
 
W2 Houston Rockets 4
W7 Dallas Mavericks 1
 
Conference Semi-Finals
 
E1 Atlanta Hawks 4
E5 Washington Wizards 2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E2 Cleveland Cavaliers 4
E3 Chicago Bulls 2
W1 Golden State Warriors 4
W5 Memphis Grizzlies 2
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W2 Houston Rockets 4
W3 Los Angeles Clippers 3
Conference Finals
 
 
 
E1 Atlanta Hawks 0
E2 Cleveland Cavaliers 4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W1 Golden State Warriors 4
W2 Houston Rockets 1
NBA Finals
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W1 Golden State Warriors 4
E2 Cleveland Cavaliers 2

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2015 D-League Playoffs Bracket

First Round
W1 Santa Cruz Warriors 2
W4 Oklahoma City Blue 0
 
 
 
 
W2 Austin Spurs 2
W3 Bakersfield Jam 1
 
E1 Maine Red Claws 0
E4 Fort Wayne Mad Ants 2
 
 
 
 
E2 Sioux Falls Skyforce 1
E3 Canton Charge 2
 
Second Round
 
W1 Santa Cruz Warriors 2
W2 Austin Spurs 1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
E3 Canton Charge 0
E4 Fort Wayne Mad Ants 2
Finals
 
 
 
W1 Santa Cruz Warriors 2
E4 Fort Wayne Mad Ants 0

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Euroleague Schedule

DateAway TeamHome Team
Oct. 15 at 2:00 PM
Strasbourg IG 
KK Crvena Zvezda 
Oct. 15 at 2:00 PM
MAC 
CSKA Moscow 
Oct. 15 at 2:00 PM
SAS 
DDI 
Oct. 15 at 2:00 PM
KK Cedevita 
Olympiacos 
Oct. 15 at 2:00 PM
Brose Baskets 
Unicaja Malaga 
Oct. 15 at 2:00 PM
FCB 
Pinar Karsiyaka 
Oct. 16 at 11:00 AM
Panathinaikos 
Lokomotiv Kuban 
Oct. 16 at 1:00 PM
Zalgiris 
ZAS 
Oct. 16 at 1:00 PM
Real Madrid 
Khimki BC 
Oct. 16 at 1:00 PM
BAY 
Fenerbahce Ulker 

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NBA Playoffs Leaders

Anthony Davis 31.50 Points

Dwight Howard 14.00 Rebounds

John Wall 11.86 Assists

Anthony Davis 3.00 Blocks

Jimmy Butler 2.42 Steals

Anthony Davis 30.29 PER

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Top Performers for Jun. 16, 2015

LeBron James 32 Points

LeBron James 18 Rebounds

Draymond Green 10 Assists

Timofey Mozgov 4 Blocks

Stephen Curry 3 Steals

LeBron James 22.0 Efficiency

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NBA Playoffs Standings

NBA Champion
#1 Golden State Warriors

NBA Finals
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#1 Golden State 4-2 #2 Cleveland

Conference Finals
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#1 Atlanta 0-4 #2 Cleveland
#1 Golden State 4-1 #2 Houston

Conference Semi Finals
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#1 Atlanta 4-2 #5 Washington
#2 Cleveland 4-2 #3 Chicago
#1 Golden State 4-2 #5 Memphis
#2 Houston 4-3 #3 L.A. Clippers

Opening Round
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#1 Atlanta 4-2 #8 Brooklyn
#2 Cleveland 4-0 #7 Boston
#3 Chicago 4-2 #6 Milwaukee
#4 Toronto 0-4 #5 Washington
#1 Golden State 4-0 #8 New Orleans
#2 Houston 4-1 #7 Dallas
#3 L.A. Clippers 4-3 #6 San Antonio
#5 Memphis 4-1 #4 Portland

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NCAA Leaders

Tyler Harvey 23.06 Points

Alan Williams 11.85 Rebounds

Kahlil Felder 7.64 Assists

Jordan Mickey 3.61 Blocks

Corey Walden 3.09 Steals

Frank Kaminsky 32.30 PER

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D-League Playoffs Leaders

Scotty Hopson 26.67 Points

Ognen Kuzmic 13.29 Rebounds

Semaj Christon 9.00 Assists

James McAdoo 3.00 Blocks

Aaron Craft 2.86 Steals

James McAdoo 28.23 PER

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