NBA takes video replays into the 360-degree future

The NBA is taking video replays into the 360-degree future, one arena at a time. (Nov. 15)

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Pence calls out Nike, NBA for kowtowing to China

Vice President Mike Pence has taken a swipe at Nike and the NBA in a speech criticizing China’s record on trade and human rights. Pence accused the basketball league of acting like a “subsidiary” of China’s government in Thursday’s remarks. (Oct. 24)

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Chinese state TV keeps NBA opener off the air amid row | AFP

People stand in support of Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles as the NBA season starts. American basketball and China have been locked in a war of words after the Houston Rockets General Manager Ray Moury tweeted support for Hong Kong’s pro-democracy activists during a pre-season tour of China earlier this month.

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LeBron James no longer King James in Hong Kong

Basketball player Lebron James’ standing among basketball fans in Hong Kong took a hit because of comments the NBA star made about free speech. (Oct. 15)

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Shanghai: NBA teams leave hotel, head for match | AFP

The Los Angeles Lakers and the Brooklyn Nets leave their hotel in Shanghai via bus and head for their exhibition match. IMAGES

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NBA says Shanghai game still on despite Hong Kong row | AFP

The NBA confirms it will go ahead with an exhibition game in Shanghai on Thursday that had looked in doubt after a team executive ignited a free speech row between China and the United States. of Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets players in Shanghai hotel

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NBA says free speech remains vital amid China rift

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said the league wasn’t apologizing for Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey’s since-deleted tweet showing support for anti-government protesters in Hong Kong. (Oct. 8)

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‘We are not apologising’ over Hong Kong tweet: NBA chief | AFP

The NBA is “not apologising” for a tweet from a Houston Rockets executive supporting Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests, the organisation’s commissioner said Tuesday, despite a backlash in China. SOUNDBITE

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NBA supports freedom of expression: commissioner | AFP

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says the association has a long-held value of supporting freedom of expression, after a tweet from a Houston Rockets executive sparked a backlash in China. SOUNDBITE

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Chinese Foreign Ministry comments on NBA tweet furore | AFP

A spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry says those engage with China must “understand the Chinese people”. China on Tuesday scrapped plans to air NBA exhibition games as the league faced an escalating punishment campaign in the lucrative Chinese market ignited by an American basketball executive’s pro-democracy tweet. SOUNDBITE

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Basketball looks for NBA rebound in cricket-mad India | AFP

The NBA sets foot in India for the first time this week as basketball struggles in a country where cricketers are treated like gods and the ancient sport of kabaddi is a hot television property.

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Dennis Rodman: I built my brand alone

Dennis Rodman says he built his personal brand without endorsements and corporate partnerships. The 58-year-old former NBA star is the subject of a new ESPN “30 for 30” documentary, “Dennis Rodman: For Better or Worse.” (Sept. 10)

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Rodman talks Trump and Kim

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman, who considers himself a friend to both Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump, says North Korea-US tensions will wane — “unless someone mess it up.” (Sept. 10)

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Steph Curry helps Howard Univ. start golf program

Two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry is helping Howard University launch a Division I golf program. (Aug. 19)

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Penny And Stackhouse both coaching In Tennessee

Memphis coach Penny Hardaway says Vanderbilt hiring Jerry Stackhouse is a huge win for the state of Tennessee and the SEC. Both men had long careers in the NBA. (Aug. 12)

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Today in History for August 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Christopher Columbus sets sail; Europe slides further into World War I; A Cold War case heats up Capitol Hill; Air traffic controllers in the U.S. go on strike; NBA founded; Singer Tony Bennett born. (Aug. 3)

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Young people from across Africa take part in NBA camp in Senegal | AFP

The 17th edition of Basketball Without Borders Africa takes place in Saly, Senegal. Sixty young athletes from twenty-nine different African countries are participating in the event, which sees them receive expert tuition from NBA coaches.

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Why Today’s NBA Teams Would Beat The ’96 Bulls

The debate on whether LeBron James or Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time has been raging on for years. What if we broadened the argument, though? Which era of basketball is better? Could today’s teams beat the teams of old?

In 1996, Michael Jordan was at his peak, and he was complemented by NBA All-Stars Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman and Three-Point Contest champion Steve Kerr. They’d just completed the first part of their second three-peat championship run. They’re considered the best team to ever do it. But there’s been a lot of change in the NBA since then. Players are bigger, faster, stronger, and more skilled than ever before. And when you look at the numbers, the games might be a lot closer than you think.

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Giannis reflects on childhood in Greece, “insane” success in NBA

The ‘Greek Freak’ Giannis Antetokounmpo returned to Athens after winning the MVP award for the 2019 NBA season. Antetokounmpo presented his new Nike Air Zoom Freak 1 signature shoe, which will go on sale in August. The 24-year-old has become the first European NBA player to have a signature shoe.

This Sports Network Is Trying to Uncover the Next Superstars Through Viral Videos

Overtime is a digital media network best known for their viral videos of rising basketball players like Zion Williamson, Zaire Wade, and Bronny James.

To date, the company has raised $35 million, including investments from NBA stars like Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony, and former commissioner, David Stern.

Overtime doesn’t track scores or stats. Instead, they focus on building the personal brands of promising players – ones with as much personality as skills on the court.

VICE News followed Overtime in action while covering one of their biggest finds: Jada Williams, a 14-year-old from Blue Springs, Missouri with impressive shooting accuracy and ruthless, ankle-breaking handles.

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Trudeau gifts Pelosi with Raptors swag after NBA finals bet | AFP

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, exchange gifts after the two bet on their respective teams to win the NBA finals. Trudeau handed over Raptors swag, while Californian Pelosi gifted a basket of treats from her home state. Trudeau is currently in Washington, DC where he met with US President Donald Trump who said he’ll consider inviting the Raptors to the White House.

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Trump to consider inviting NBA champion Raptors

President Donald Trump says he’ll consider inviting the NBA champion Toronto Raptors to the White House “if they’d like to do it.” (June 20)

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Speaker Pelosi greets PM Trudeau, settle NBA wager

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi greets Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and holds a photo opportunity at Capitol Hill Thursday, the two settled a bet on U.S. – Canada basketball. (June 20)

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