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Kelly Oubre Jr. Injury Could Be Final Straw For Phoenix Suns' Playoff Hopes

5 hours ago   |   Forbes

Despite the bizarre nature of the news cycle surrounding Kelly Oubre Jr.'s injury, he will likely be out a while, perhaps for the rest of the season. It will be difficult for...
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Film Study: Jamal Murray's Blossoming Post Game Showcases Lessons Learned From Kobe Bryant

5 hours ago   |   Forbes

Jamal Murray's post-up game could be turning into something special, thanks in part to Kobe Bryant's tutelage last summer. If so, it could give the Nuggets a big boost in the...
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No, The Cleveland Cavaliers Are Actually Not A Legitimate Playoff Team

12 hours ago   |   Forbes

Sitting only nine games back from the Orlando Magic, some Cleveland Cavaliers fans are starting to think about the playoffs. But, this shouldn't be what fans are getting their...
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Alvin Gentry Settling On Rotations That Work, Saving Job With New Orleans Pelicans

1 day ago   |   Forbes

These playoff rotations of Alvin Gentry's may actually get tested in a playoff atmosphere should the New Orleans Pelicans continue their progress. Only then he can feel safe in...
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How to watch Major League Soccer when the new season begins on February 29

How to watch Major League Soccer when the new season begins on February 29

2 days ago   |   Business Insider

Major League Soccer , the biggest league in the United States, begins its 25th season on February 29, 2020. While not every game will be available, you can watch most MLS...
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Zion Williamson, New Orleans Pelicans Prove Playoff Worthiness In Loss Against Los Angeles Lakers On Emotional Night

2 days ago   |   Forbes

The first game after the celebration of the life of Kobe and Gianna Bryant was a testimonial to great basketball and the New Orleans Pelicans had the honor to take part. They...
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NHL Trade Deadline: Lou Lamoriello Rewards The Islanders By Ramping Up For A Playoff Push

3 days ago   |   Forbes

The additions of Pageau as well as defenseman Andy Greene - whom Lamoriello acquired from his former employer, the Devils, on Feb. 16 - should better position the Islanders for...
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NHL trade deadline provides whirlwind of action

NHL trade deadline provides whirlwind of action

4 days ago   |   New York Post

The NHL trade market was booming ahead of Monday's 3 p.m. deadline. Several Stanley Cup contenders made one last push to gear up before the playoff, while rebuilding teams...
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Can The Milwaukee Bucks Reach 70 Victories?

4 days ago   |   Forbes

The Milwaukee Bucks have clinched a playoff berth, and we are still only in February.
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Dwyane Wade says the 'Big 3' Heat hit a point where LeBron was at his peak and it felt like they would never lose

Dwyane Wade says the 'Big 3' Heat hit a point where LeBron was at his peak and it felt like they would never lose

8 days ago   |   Business Insider

Dwyane Wade said the 2012-13 Miami Heat was a "special" team and felt like they couldn't lose, particularly during their historic 27-game winning streak. Wade said that team...
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Stock market continues its historic slide, capping one of the worst weeks...

Stock market continues its historic slide, capping one of the worst weeks since financial crisis

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S&P 500 posts worst week since the financial crisis as coronavirus fears flare

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Joe Biden admits he wasn't actually arrested in apartheid South Africa...

Joe Biden admits he wasn't actually arrested in apartheid South Africa, contradicting a story he's told for weeks

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United just slashed its flights to Japan and other parts of Asia, showing...

United just slashed its flights to Japan and other parts of Asia, showing how quickly coronavirus fears are hurting new airline and travel markets outside of China

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Dow sinks more than 1,000 points, S&P 500 plunges as the coronavirus...

Dow sinks more than 1,000 points, S&P 500 plunges as the coronavirus sell-off rages on

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US stores start running low on masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and more amid...

US stores start running low on masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, and more amid growing fears of coronavirus

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Wall Street is certain the Fed will slash interest rates next month. But a...

Wall Street is certain the Fed will slash interest rates next month. But a key official says that will only happen if the coronavirus becomes a pandemic

St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said Friday that interest rates would be cut only if the coronavirus worsened. The comments were the latest sign the central... Read more ...

The FDA just announced the first drug shortage caused by the coronavirus...

The FDA just announced the first drug shortage caused by the coronavirus, but wouldn't identify the drug

The coronavirus has caused the first drug shortage in the US. The US Food and Drug Administration announced the shortage in a statement released Thursday night. The agency... Read more ...