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Jalen Rose says a new superteam is the only way LeBron leaves Cleveland.

Rose breaks down the possibility of LeBron James leaving the Cavaliers, saying: "If he's not playing for a superteam, he's not bouncing."

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Stephen A. officially fired up for NBA season.

Stephen A. Smith is excited about the potential fireworks between the Thunder and Warriors.

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Westbrook a big reason Melo wanted to go to OKC.

Carmelo Anthony explains why he wanted to become a member of the Thunder and what he hopes to achieve in Oklahoma City.

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Popovich stresses importance of change.

He says people have to be made to feel uncomfortable in order for there to be change.

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NBA stars discuss 'powerful' stance players are taking.

LeBron James, Paul George, Draymond Green and Magic Johnson all discuss the importance of protests across sports and their hopes of making a difference.

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LeBron: 'It's powerful what all these athletes are doing.'

LeBron James says the responses to President Trump are admirable and that he would sign Colin Kaepernick if he were an NFL owner.

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Russillo would be 'shocked' if Wade doesn't land with Cavs.

Ryen Russillo's sources support the whispers that Dwyane Wade will reunite with LeBron James in Cleveland.

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Stephen A. says CP3 is biggest loser in Melo-to-OKC trade.

Stephen A. Smith puts Chris Paul's move from Los Angeles to Houston into perspective now that Carmelo Anthony has been traded to the Thunder.

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