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Who comes out ahead in NBA free agency?

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Who comes out ahead in NBA free agency?

Which teams gained the most "surplus value" in free agency? Here's a look at some winners and losers going forward.

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Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Massimov and Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong will lead their teams in the final presentations to the IOC ahead of the vote for the 2022 Winter Olympics.

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MJ backboard, Mantle card sold at auction

The backboard, hoop, net and stand that was the recipient of Michael Jordan's last shot with the Chicago Bulls sold for $41,825 by Heritage Auctions at the National Sports Collectors Convention.

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Hawks' Mike Scott arrested

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Gilbert Arenas: LeBron not No. 1 option

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Historic hoop sells for big money

The backboard, hoop, net and stand that was the recipient of Michael Jordan's last shot with the Chicago Bulls sold for $41,825 at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago on Thursday night. 'Thrilla in Manila' boots, too

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From 97 to the final four

Earlier this month, 97 teams started The Basketball Tournament, a single-elimination, winner-take-all competition with a million-dollar prize. Now, four teams remain, featuring a veritable basketball "Where Are They Now?"

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To clarify, Huestis' deal is his standard rookie scale contract, but the last two years are team options, which is standard.

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The Thunder announce they've signed Josh Huestis. It's a four-year deal, but not all guaranteed.

Blazers waive Brendan Haywood

Portland cut the 35-year-old big man just three days after acquiring him from Cleveland. If Haywood was on the roster on August 1, his $10.5M salary for 2015-16 would have become guaranteed.

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