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Phil Sellers, Whose Basketball Stardom Was Short-Lived, Dies at 69

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Richard Sandomir) — He led Rutgers to an undefeated 1975-76 regular season and into the Final Four, where the Scarlet Knights lost in the semifinals. But his N.B.A. career was brief.
  • 74 days ago
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Carrying a Torch for the Liberty

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Amir Hamja, Monique Jaques and Sara Ziegler) — New York beat Washington in Game 1 of their first-round series, and fans flocked to Brooklyn for the party.
  • 84 days ago
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WNBA Playoff Preview: The Aces and Liberty Are On a Collision Course

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Victor Mather) — The Aces and the Liberty towered above the competition this season. Will they meet in the finals?
  • 88 days ago
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Jamal Murray Is Learning to Unwind After Winning NBA Championship

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Tania Ganguli) — Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray’s friendship with Alexander Volkanovski, the U.F.C. featherweight champion, is changing his approach to winning.
  • 89 days ago
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United States Upended by Germany in World Cup Semifinals

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Sopan Deb) — The Americans, perennial favorites but without many top N.B.A. stars, was stopped short of the gold medal game. The team will look much different at the Paris Olympics.
  • 92 days ago
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Breanna Stewart Sets W.N.B.A. Points Record

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Victor Mather) — She has scored more points this season than anyone else in W.N.B.A. history, but had more games to do it.
  • 94 days ago
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Book Review: ‘Fly,’ by Mitchell S. Jackson

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Scoop Jackson) — From Michael Jordan to Russell Westbrook, Dennis Rodman to LeBron James, “Fly” traces the looks that have defined basketball style from the beginning.
  • 100 days ago
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What the NBA May Need: a Soccer-Style Way to Banish Bad Teams

NY Times (Harvey Araton) — Dave Checketts, a former Knicks executive, has seen firsthand the emotional, and financial, power of relegation through his post-N.B.A. career in European soccer.
  • 100 days ago
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WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury End 10-Season Playoff Streak

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Victor Mather) — The W.N.B.A.’s Phoenix Mercury will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2012. Their sustained success was rare among major pro sports teams.
  • 103 days ago
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Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Future in Milwaukee Is Uncertain

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Tania Ganguli) — The N.B.A. superstar has grand ambitions, as a businessman and basketball player. “I don’t want to be 20 years on the same team and don’t win another championship,” he said.
  • 107 days ago
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A’ja Wilson’s 53-Point Game Ties the W.N.B.A. Record

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Victor Mather) — Wilson, of the Las Vegas Aces, became just the third W.N.B.A. player to score at least 50 in a game.
  • 108 days ago
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James Harden Did Not Start the Problems for the Philadelphia 76ers

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Sopan Deb) — Discontent is not new for star players, but it has become very public for the Philadelphia 76ers at a moment when their fans are running out of patience.
  • 116 days ago
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Once Rare, 40-Point Games Are Surging in the W.N.B.A.

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Evan Easterling) — Breanna Stewart of the Liberty scored 42 on Sunday for her third 40-point game of the season, and the 10th in the league this year.
  • 117 days ago
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Dwyane Wade Talks Hall of Fame Induction and a Political Hopes

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Sopan Deb) — Wade, the former Miami Heat guard, will cap his basketball career with a Hall of Fame induction this weekend. Some are hoping his next phase is as a political star.
  • 120 days ago
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Union Work Runs in the Family for the N.B.A.’s Jaren Jackson Jr.

NY Times: NYTimes: Pro Basketball (Tania Ganguli) — Jaren Jackson Jr. is active in the N.B.A. players’ union. His mother, Terri, works for the W.N.B.A. players’ union. When he was elected vice president, she did her best not to embarrass him.
  • 126 days ago
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