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Steph Curry and the Warriors have taken the NBA by storm, but now the hard part begins
With a torn rotator cuff and surgery on the table, Kobe Bryant and the Lakers face the bitter end together.
The Atlanta Hawks have put a turbulent offseason behind them to become one of the top teams in the NBA this season.
The Sacramento Kings are determined to add a "high-level" front-court player next to DeMarcus Cousins, and are prepared to include first-round pick Nik Stauskas in the deal, league sources told Thursday.
With the Cavaliers reeling, LeBron James and David Blatt are at a crossroads. Shove or no shove, it's no mystery who calls the shots.
Mikhail Prokhorov, we hardly knew ye. With economic unrest in Russia and basketball unrest in Brooklyn, the reign of the Nets' sharp-witted, big-spending owner could be ending.
With LeBron James set to return from an eight-game absence, the Cavaliers are looking for more than an end to their five-game losing streak. They're still searching for their identity.
Since the Houston Rockets helped the Knicks open up cap room with a nondescript trade five years ago, the franchises have been on very different paths.
After a three-team deal involving two contenders six weeks before the trading deadline, there figures to be plenty of drama -- with Lance Stephenson and Reggie Jackson among names being discussed.
When you have three desperate teams, you have a three-team trade. The Knicks, Cavaliers and Thunder made a deal Monday night centered around Dion Waiters going to Oklahoma City.

Before joining, Ken Berger covered the NBA for Newsday. The Long Island, N.Y., native has also worked for the Associated Press and can be seen on SportsNet New York. Catch Ken every Saturday, when he hosts Eye on Basketball from 6-8 p.m. ET on
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