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Report: Heat Target LaMarcus Aldridge Is Now Available

Out of nowhere, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich announced that the team and LaMarcus Aldridge have mutually agreed to part ways.

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NBA Defensive Player of the Year Ladder

The NBA award races are starting to heat up and the defensive player of the year award is going to be competitive. Star centers such as Rudy Gobert and Myles Turner lead the way, but Ben Simmons is close. Let’s

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Los Angeles Clippers Trade Targets Before the Deadline

The Los Angeles Clippers are one of the best teams in the NBA right now sitting at third in the Western Conference, but they could look to add more talent to their roster prior to the trade deadline to boost their chances at winning the NBA Finals. The Clippers are in desperate need of a point guard so let’s take a look at 3 guards the Clippers could look to add before the deadline.

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Atlanta Hawks fire head coach Lloyd Pierce

The Atlanta Hawks are firing head coach Lloyd Pierce after a 14-20 start to the season. It makes sense as the Hawks are ranked towards the bottom of the barrel in all important categories.

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Three Sleeper Teams Capable of Winning the NBA Finals

With the 2020-21 season approaching the All-Star break, let’s take a look at three sleeper teams who can shock the league and win the NBA finals this year.

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Reacting to Heat’s win over the Lakers

The Miami Heat escaped what was a wild finish in Los Angeles. With eight seconds left in the game, Andre Iguodala tried to throw an inbounds pass to Jimmy Butler but turned it over. The Los Angeles Lakers, however, missed the game-tying shot in the end. It was a low-scoring game with both teams competing defensively. With the win, Miami is now 3-3 on the road trip and 13-17 for the season.

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Reaction to Heat’s loss to the Wizards

Just four months ago, the Miami Heat were in the NBA Finals. And now, they have one of the worst records in the league. The latest loss coming against the Washington Wizards. After having a 10 point halftime lead, Miami fell apart offensively in the second half. With the loss, Miami falls to 7-14 for the season.

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February Power Rankings: All-Star Predictions

February is here and thus time for another power ranking, including predictions for the 24 players who will be selected as All-Stars this month. 

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Reacting to the Heat’s Loss to the Clippers

Make that five straight losses for the Miami Heat. After trailing by as many as 18 points, the Heat was able to cut the lead down to single digits in the fourth period. However, the Los Angeles Clippers ended up closing the deal in the end.

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Reacting to Heat’s Loss to 76ers

Without their top three players, the Miami Heat were in for a battle. However, the team came prepared and competed hard. They had the opportunity to close the game in regulation but the Philadelphia 76ers went on another run to send it to overtime. In the end, the 76ers came out on top. With the loss, Miami falls to 4-5 for the season.

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