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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

This league truly astounds. Summer league ball smothering Hoops Twitter right now. 15-year-old me jealous of how the modern NBA never stops

Price right for Joe Johnson?

The Nets G is slated to make $24.9M next season, 2nd-most in the league behind Kobe Bryant. But his 2014-15 player efficiency rating was actually below the league average.

Spurs win big in free agency

ESPN's 5-on-5 panel was unanimous. San Antonio was the big winner in free agency. Royce Young writes: "Normally dormant and enjoying the frenzied madness from afar over a glass of wine, the Spurs stepped into the middle of it this summer." More winners and losers

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Ginobili 'brings so much to the table'

P.J. Carlesimo on Manu Ginobili's return to the Spurs: “He is so much a part of the fiber of that team. … He transforms a game when he comes in. He makes and takes big shots.”

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Michael Wallace @MyMikeCheck

Pacers rookie Myles Turner posts 13 pts, 9 rebs and 6 blks in Monday's game. Blocking shots on one end, transitions for spot-up Js on other.

But does he have his own candy bar?

Reggie Jackson's new Pistons contract will reportedly pay him $80 million over 5 years, or an average of $16M per season. That's more per year than baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson made in his entire career ($9.15M). The salary breakdown

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Indiana Pacers @Pacers

Final: Orlando (White) 85, #Pacers 76 Shayne Whittington led Indiana in scoring with 16 points. Myles Turner had 13pts/9rebs/6blks.

Does Ginobili have anything left?

The 37-year-old Manu Ginobili is coming off one of his worst seasons as a pro. His 10.5 PPG average was the 2nd-worst of his career, and he averaged a career-low 8.0 PPG in the Spurs' first-round playoff loss.

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NBA free agency tracker

Reggie Jackson back to Detroit for 5 years and $80 million? That's just one of the many moves that came fast and furious in NBA free agency over a busy holiday weekend. Get caught up

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Mike Mazzeo @MazzESPN

Joe Johnson would give #Cavs a max player at every position: PG Kyrie, SF LeBron, PF Love, C Thompson. But their tax bill would be insane!

Cavs-Nets trade talks stagnant

Chris Broussard explains: "At one point it seemed like the ball was in the Cavaliers' court ... Now it seems like the Nets don't really want to do it."

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Wade says end not in sight during Q&A

Answering questions in an impromptu Twitter Q&A, Dwyane Wade said he will retire when he "can no longer play," and had a comeback when asked if he missed being carried by LeBron James. Flash answers

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Turner, Pacers back in action

Pacers rookie Myles Turner had 20 points and 8 rebounds in his Summer League debut. He'll look to build on that as Indiana takes on one of the two Magic squads in Orlando.

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Tim MacMahon @espn_macmahon

Jordan Crawford, the ex-NBA gunner who spent last season in China, is on the Mavs summer league roster. Dallas could use another shooter.

Parsons: Jordan can be NBA's best center

Mavs forward Chandler Parsons told ESPN's Tim MacMahon of DeAndre Jordan's decision to sign in Dallas: "It all came down to him being the best center in the NBA, an All-Star-caliber and MVP-caliber player in this league. No doubt in my mind that [opportunity] was here in Dallas." Parsons' recruiting role

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Kevin Love poses for The Body Issue

"You've heard the saying, "Some people live to eat, and some people eat to live"; I think you can figure out which one I was. ... If you asked me to pose back then, that would have been a solid 'No.' A hard 'No.'" See his incredible transformation

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Reggie Jackson gets 5-yr/$80M deal

Brian Windhorst on Reggie Jackson's big contract with the Pistons: "Obviously Stan Van Gundy has a big belief that this guy can be a franchise point guard going forward."

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Cavs still waiting on LeBron James

The top remaining NBA free agent? That'd be the former four-time MVP. LeBron is also up for multiple ESPY awards, including Best Male Athlete -- where he faces this year's MVP, Stephen Curry. Cast your vote

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