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Lonzo dunks and has a dance party.

Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball throws down a dunk during a late-night workout and celebrates with some signature moves.

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Big names in new cities shaped the NBA offseason.

Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward and Isaiah Thomas were only a few of the premiere players to switch teams in the offseason. Catch up on the rest of the moves across the association.

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Kyrie's cryptic answers raise questions about LeBron.

Stephen A. Smith shares how Irving's careful answers about his trade spark curiosity about LeBron's feelings.

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Durant apologizes, calls tweets 'childish.'

Kevin Durant owns up to his recent controversial tweets about the Thunder organization and coach Billy Donovan.

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LaVar Ball caught wearing Adidas sneakers.

Spotted wearing Adidas sneakers, LaVar Ball says he was at a construction site earlier and adds he would only wear Adidas when taking out the trash.

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Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim thinks the Knicks would have been better off letting Phil Jackson complete the Carmelo Anthony trade before he was fired. "Now the new guys (Steve Mills and Scott Perry) are going to be held responsible for the deal and nobody's going to give much up [for Anthony in a trade]. So they're going to end up not getting a lot for him and it's really because of what Phil did in poisoning the air," Boeheim, who coached Anthony in college, told SNY.tv's Adam Zagoria. "….I think for Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks, the best thing is for him is to go someplace where they can start over. [The Knicks] need to start over. They have young guys and it would be best for him to get with veteran guys and he's still got two or three great years left. They can't win in New York for two years, three years." Both Anthony and the Knicks hope that a trade is completed. Anthony, who has a no-trade clause, prefers to go to the Houston Rockets.

Ian Begley, ESPN Staff Writer

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Draymond a leader for Warriors.

The 2017 defensive player of the year, Draymond Green, has continually proved himself to be a pivotal player for Golden State.

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  • The top 10: How'd they get here?

    When #NBArank debuted in 2011, players such as Anthony Davis and Draymond Green weren't even in the NBA. Now they're in the top 10.