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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Story posting now with @ramonashelburne: @espn sources say the Lakers plan to aggressively pursue Miami's Hassan Whiteside in free agency

Warning: Don't get in Ben Simmons' way

A cameraman fell down trying to film Ben Simmons at the NBA draft, but Simmons was breaking ankles way before that.

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Jalen Rose translates Obama's call

This is what the president really meant when he called Cavs coach Tyronn Lue.

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Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

So far, just two possible free agents have reportedly picked up their 2016-17 player options: Caron Butler and Mo Williams.

Are the Knicks interested in Joakim Noah?

Brian Windhorst says playing in his hometown along with former teammate Derrick Rose is an option.

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Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

If you're Spurs' 1st Rd pick, Dejounte Murray, should be ecstatic. You have lottery tools & now shooting savant, Chip Engelland, as tutor.

Durant's decision all about timing

Brian Windhorst says the timing of Kevin Durant's decision will be the first, and biggest, domino to fall in free agency.

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KD to meet with Warriors, Spurs, Thunder

Marc Stein provides an update on Kevin Durant's free- agent status, with the Warriors, Spurs and Thunder setting up meetings. Stein believes the Thunder have a great shot to keep him, but they still have to make their pitch.

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New day, new number for D Rose

Derrick Rose hopes to regain his rhythm and bring a little bit of Chicago to the Knicks by changing his jersey number to 25.

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Rose to Chicago: Thank you for trading me

Newly acquired Knick Derrick Rose tosses some shade to the Chicago Bulls by thanking them for sending him to New York.

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'The Dikembe Mutombo Song'

Did Jimmy Kimmel Live! just drop the song of the summer?

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

New Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek said he's talked to Carmelo Anthony about "running the court a little bit more" next season to get opportunities in transition. "He does it at times," Hornacek said Thursday. The coach added that he's seen instances where Anthony "would've gotten a 3-point shot off but (he was) so far back in the trail position that (he wasn't) ready when the kick-out came. He knows that if he can get the ball up the court a little bit quicker, we can push the ball up to him, attack a little bit quicker. So I think he knows that's part of that. Other than that, the guy's a great player. So we want him to continue what he's been doing." Hornacek also said Anthony wanted to strengthen his legs this offseason, after his first full season following knee surgery.