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Elhassan: Continuity, winning are hallmarks of Warriors, Spurs

Which Western Conference teams have the best continuity and thus the best chance to win?

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Lowe: Heat check

Pat Riley's post-LeBron rebuild project is quickly taking shape. Have the Heat now become the most intriguing team in the NBA?

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2dChris Forsberg

Celtics Summer Forecast: Rare extensions

Our 17-member forecast panel puts itself in Danny Ainge's shoes: Should he offer an extension to Jared Sullinger, Tyler Zeller or Perry Jones III?

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Ford: Simmons to Sixers in 2016 Mock 1.0

Philly uses its two projected top-four picks to grab Ben Simmons and Jamal Murray in Chad Ford's first 2016 mock draft.

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Uni Watch: Which cities' teams look marvelous?

Of the 20 cities with three or more major pro sports teams, which has the best-dressed batch? Uni Watch crunches the numbers to determine the best-looking sports cities. No. 1 on the list might leave you thinking, "How do you like them apples?"

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ICYMI: Wiggins' posterizing slam

Canada's Andrew Wiggins attacked the rim and put Andres Nocioni on a poster, but Nocioni got the last laugh as Argentina defeated Canada at FIBA Americas.

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Dodge, duck, dip, dive, dodge ... and Dwyane

Heat guard Dwyane Wade shows no mercy during this game of dodgeball.

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Olynyk finds Bennett for the alley-oop

Canada's Kelly Olynyk tossed up a nice to pass to Anthony Bennett, who finished with a two-handed jam at the FIBA Americas tournament, but Canada fell to Argentina.

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Puerto Rico crushes Cuba 91-61

J.J. Barea, Angel Vassallo and Renaldo Balkman combined for 47 points to lead Puerto Rico to a rout of Cuba in the FIBA Americas tournament. Jasiel Rivero scored 20 and Yoan Haiti netted 18 to lead Cuba in defeat.

Puerto Rico in control in fourth

J.J. Barea (19 points) continues to pace Puerto Rico, which has an 18-point lead over Cuba at the start of the fourth quarter in the FIBA Americas tournament. Live on ESPN3

Halftime: Puerto Rico 47, Cuba 31

J.J. Barea and Angel Vassallo each scored 10 points in the first half to help Puerto Rico build a 16-point lead in the FIBA Americas tournament. Cuba's Yoan Haiti has 16 points, but his supporting cast struggled to find its rhythm. Live on ESPN3

Barea dishing for Puerto Rico

Mavs point guard J.J. Barea had 4 assists in the first quarter, helping Puerto Rico take a 24-17 lead over Cuba in the FIBA Americas tournament. Former Knicks first-round pick Renaldo Balkman had a team-high 7 points for Rick Pitino's squad.

Pitino, Puerto Rico take on Cuba

Rick Pitino's Puerto Rico squad lost their FIBA Americas opener on Monday, and they'll look to bounce back against Cuba. Live on ESPN3

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Final: Brazil 71, Dominican Republic 65

Brazil had the lead for the entire second half and got the win in the FIBA Americas tournament in Mexico City. Live on ESPN3

End of 3: Brazil 58, Dominican Republic 45

The DR's James Feldeine has a game-high 17 points, but Brazil's 43% field goal shooting puts them up to start the fourth quarter. Watch on WatchESPN

Brazil lights it up in second quarter

Brazil shot 61% from the field in the second quarter -- including 6-for-7 from inside the arc -- to score 29 points and take a 45-32 halftime lead over the Dominican Republic at FIBA Americas. Live on ESPN3

Brazil, D.R. tied after first quarter

Brazil has made three 3-pointers, but just 2 shots inside the arc, and is tied with the Dominican Republic 16-16 after 1 at the FIBA Americas Olympic qualifying tournament. Live on ESPN3

Brazil vs. Dominican Republic

Both Brazil and the Dominican Republic lost their FIBA Americas opener. One team is going to fall into an 0-2 hole in group play, as they square off in Mexico tonight. Live on ESPN3

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Argentina gets fancy in win vs. Canada

Argentina's Nicholas Richotti dished a behind-the-back pass to Tayvek Gallizzi in midair against Canada at the FIBA Americas tournament. It looks even better in super slow motion.

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Final: Argentina 94, Canada 87

Luis Scola had a game-high 35 points and 13 rebounds while Nicolas Laprovittola had 20 off the bench as Argintina got the win in Mexico City. Canada's Andrew Wiggins finished with 13 points and six rebounds.

Argentina leading Canada in fourth

Andrew Wiggins has 13 points and a monster slam dunk to lead Canada, but Argentina leads 71-68 in the FIBA Americas tournament behind Luis Scola (33 points) and Nicolás Laprovíttola (16 points) Live on ESPN3

Hawks to retire Mutombo's No. 55

They can't raise a wagging finger to the rafters, so the Hawks will do the next best thing, honoring Hall of Famer Dikembe Mutombo by retiring his number on Nov. 24. Story

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Argentina leading Canada at halftime

Luis Scola has a game-high 15 points, giving Argentina a 46-42 lead over Canada at halftime in the FIBA Americas tournament. Former No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins has 7 points for Canada. Live on ESPN3

It's Wiggins Time at FIBA Americas

Reigning Rookie of the Year Andrew Wiggins is set to lead Canada into action against Argentina at the FIBA Americas tournament, as they look to qualify for the Olympics for the first time since 2000. Live on ESPN3

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Panama takes over in third quarter

After trailing by 5 at halftime, Panama outscored Uruguay 21-12 in the third quarter to take a 4-point lead into the fourth at the 2015 FIBA Americas tournament. Live on ESPN3