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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony is still pretty popular among the younger generation. Anthony ranked tied for second in a rookie survey from NBA.com that posed the following question: "Who is your favorite player in the league?" Anthony, LeBron James and Russell Westbrook all received 9.4 percent of the vote. Kevin Durant (29.7 percent) was the runaway winner. Stephen Curry surprisingly finished outside of the Top 10.

Stephen A. to KD: 'Westbrook’s commercial is a slap in the face!'

Stephen A. Smith thinks Russell Westbrook's not-so-subtle Jordan commercial was a direct slap in the face to Kevin Durant.

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"I've been gone ... but now I'm back." Chris Bosh says he's ramping up his workouts after blood clot complications: es.pn/2bOwCaI

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Back in his native Kamloops, British Columbia, Celtics big man Kelly Olynyk has been honored with an art rendition on a fence outside the Thompson Rivers University Gym. File under: The Fence is Real (via @KamThisWeek)

Who might make All-Star debut in 2017?

From Karl-Anthony Towns to Kristaps Porzingis, Kevin Pelton ranks the 10 most likely first-time All-Star selections for 2017. Top picks (Insider)

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Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Los Angeles Lakers announced Monday that they have signed former Notre Dame standout forward Zach Auguste, increasing the Lakers' training camp roster to 16. The 6-foot-10 Auguste played for the Lakers' 2016 Summer League team in Las Vegas, averaging 5.3 points and 4.0 rebounds in four games.

Bradley gets an early exit in Knockout

Celtics G Avery Bradley plays a game of Knockout with a couple of young fans and immediately gets eliminated.

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Chicago violence a disease of hopelessness

In the wake of Dwyane Wade's cousin -- Nykea Aldridge -- recently being shot and killed in Chicago, Scoop Jackson weighs in on the epidemic of violence in the city.

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley wants to be Defensive Player of the Year.

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