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Timberwolves training camp roster breakdown
Minnesota may keep one of the training camp invitees on the roster after the retirement of Kevin Garnett and season-ending injury to Nikola Pekovic.
Change is Stevens' biggest challenge
LOS ANGELES -- In the days before the All-Star break, Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens was asked if his team's recent success could be traced in part to roster continuity.
Lucas III signs 10-day contract with Pistons
Wizards add veteran Lucas to bolster depth
Celtics officially ink Turner
The Boston Celtics officially signed free-agent swingman Evan Turner on Monday.The two sides had agreed to terms back in July, but it took 71 days for the Celtics to sort out their roster and for the pact to become official.
Sources: C's waive Lucas, Thomas
The Boston Celtics officially waived John Lucas III and Malcolm Thomas on Sunday, sources confirmed to ESPN.com's Marc Stein.Lucas and Thomas were two of the four players acquired from Cleveland on Thursday as part of a trade that sent out Keith Bogans.
Rapid Reaction: C's shuffle roster
Rapid reaction after the Boston Celtics shipped Keith Bogans to the Cleveland Cavaliers, then waived Chris Johnson and Chris Babb while shuffling their roster before the start of training camp next week:• Shuffle 1: Bogans to Cleveland: The Celtics sent the long-since-excused Bogans and his bloated $5.
Cavs trade for Celtics veteran guard Bogans
Why Love to Cavs could take a while
The Cleveland Cavaliers will likely end up with Kevin Love at some point as the other contenders -- Chicago Bulls and Golden State Warriors -- having interest in the power forward can not or will not meet the demands from the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Utah's starting PG woes
Utah Jazz head coach Tyrone Corbin started John Lucas III for two games at point guard and then promoted Jamaal Tinsley to the position over the last three and both have struggled.
Lucas III to start over Tinsley?
Nothing is official yet, but it looks like there's a good chance John Lucas III will in fact get the start at point guard tonight over newly signed veteran Jamaal Tinsley.
How will Jazz roll without Burke?
The Utah Jazz wanted Michigan man Trey Burke so much that they pulled off a draft-night trade to acquire him. Now they will have to figure out how to survive in the short term without the rookie after he broke the index finger on his right (shooting) hand during Saturday's exhibition game.
When John Lucas hit a blind free throw
Renee Richards was sitting front row the night her doubles partner, John Lucas, put on a show at Madison Square Garden.As Richards recalls, the Milwaukee Bucks are blowing out the New York Knicks.
Lucas' role with Jazz
The Utah Jazz officially signed point guard John Lucas III to a two-year, $3.2 million contract and the six-year veteran point guard will be counted on to help rookie Trey Burke.
Jazz add free-agent guard Lucas to roster
Jazz address PG position
The Utah Jazz need to fill out the roster with point guards and and a big man. The point guard spot will get some help soon, reports ESPN.com's Marc Stein.
Rounding out Warriors roster
After ditching the dead-weight contracts of Andris Biedrins and Richard Jefferson in order to sign Andre Iguodala, the Golden State Warriors sport a very intriguing starting lineup of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Iggy, David Lee and Andrew Bogut.
Lucas' option declined, now a UFA
The Toronto Raptors want to make changes in the backcourt and Friday they informed John Lucas III that his team option for 2013-14 was declined.“Slightly surprised by Toronto’s decision but it is what it is," agent Bernie Lee told sportsnet.
Buy or Bye: Rodrigue Beaubois
ESPNDallas.com will estimate the market value for each of the Mavericks' eight free agents and examine their worth to the Mavs in a once-per-day series.
Mike James hopes to play two more years
A combination of Bikram yoga, early morning track workouts and the copious amounts of drilling in the gym with longtime NBA guard John Lucas has helped keep the Mavericks' Mike James far fitter than most 37-year-olds.
Hollinger: 2012-13 Raptors Player Profiles
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Havlicek's most memorable moment in Celtics history
John Havlicek steals the ball to close out the 1965 NBA Eastern Conference Finals to put the Celtics in position to win their seventh of eight straight finals.
Spurs channel Pop's 'calm' in win, force Game 7
DeMar DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge played their best all-around games together Thursday, and the Spurs kept their season alive with a 120-103 rout to force Game 7.
SVP reflects on the passing of Havlicek
Scott Van Pelt remembers Boston Celtics legend John Havlicek who died Thursday.
Pop still isn't amused after Game 6 win
Gregg Popovich doesn't want to elaborate on his answers to the media after the Spurs' Game 6 win over the Nuggets.
Spurs force Game 7 with 120-103 win over Nuggets
LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points and DeMar DeRozan added 25 to help the San Antonio Spurs overcome Nikola Jokic's 43 points and beat the Denver Nuggets 120-103 on Thursday night, forcing a Game 7 of the opening round series.
Spurs force Game 7 behind Aldridge, DeRozan
LaMarcus Aldridge leads the Spurs with 26 points and DeMar DeRozan adds 25 points of his own to lead the Spurs to a 120-103 win over the Nuggets in Game 6.