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Enes Kanter meets world's tallest man

At 6-foot-11, Enes Kanter is much, much taller than most people. But even he looked small standing next to Sultan Kosen. Turkish towers

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Mayweather is good at more than boxing

Celtics PG Isaiah Thomas doesn't ease up on Floyd Mayweather when the two square off in hoops. In fact, Thomas turns it up a notch just to match the pound-for-pound champ,

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Luol Deng of the @MiamiHeat fled South Sudan as a child with his family and has been working tirelessly to end the conflict there ever since. Luol has directly engaged opposition and government leaders to lobby for a sustainable peace in the country. He's leading South Sudanese youth and the diaspora in advocating for unity with his South Sudan Unite initiative. That's why today, he met with President Obama in the Oval Office to discuss the situation in South Sudan. After the meeting, Luol said the President thanked him for his efforts and asked for his advice on how the United States can best support the peace agreement signed this week.

Canada stepping up hoops game

An infusion of young NBA talent -- led by 2014 No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins -- has Canada considered the favorites to take gold at the 2015 FIBA Americas tournament, which tips off Monday on WatchESPN. Canada ready to shine (Insider)

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'Miami Vice'-themed unis for Heat?

Heat owner Micky Arison offered fans a chance to sound off on a Crockett & Tubbs-inspired uniform design. Could these be in the Heat's future? Check it out

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Why Kobe's future remains up in the air

Chris Broussard: "The problem for the Lakers isn't so much Kobe Bryant coming back a year from now if he wants to do that, it's at what price."

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Harbaugh starstruck by MJ's call

Need evidence that Michael Jordan still carries weight in today's sports world? Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh was in shock when he got a call from Jordan in July. 'The real Michael Jordan?'

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Paul still has soft spot for New Orleans

Chris Paul reflects on his days playing for New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina hit, saying the city's residents are "relentlessly strong-willed people" who "made me feel like part of the city."

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Elhassan: Durant’s free-agent short list

If Kevin Durant hits free agency in 2016, he'll have no shortage of suitors. Amin Elhassan admits that OKC is the favorite, but the Wizards, Rockets and Heat all loom as threats. Potential destinations (Insider)

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Another All-Star Snub For Green?

Draymond Green's unselfish play was not rewarded with an All-Star appearance last season. Is it likely to happen again this year? Top-10 most likely first-time All-Stars (Insider)

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Thunder leading for Durant's future

ESPN's Royce Young believes the Thunder are the leader in the clubhouse: "It's really not about what the Thunder have done, it's about what the next team can give him."

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Kobe facing retirement speculation

Bryant has said he'll wait until the end of the season to make any decisions about his future. Lakers co-owner Jim Buss, though, is nothing if not prepared, telling the LA Times: "We're going to approach it like it is [his final season], but that doesn't mean it is." 'It's his decision'

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Windhorst: Kyrie could return earlier

ESPN's Brian Windhorst refutes the report that Kyrie Irving may be out until January: "I would be surprised if he was out that long."

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Dawkins' larger than life personality

Former teammate Jim Spanarkel shared a story of the late Darryl Dawkins: “I remember one night, first time he broke a backboard and I remember going back to the locker room because there was a delay. I remember him yelling that he broke a backboard and that he wanted to renegotiate his contract because he could break a backboard." Always had a smile

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Heat owner Micky Arison posted these "Miami Vice"-style uniform renderings from users and asked fans if they'd like to see the jerseys as actual alternates. What do you think? (via @mickyarison)

Hurricane Katrina upended NBA landscape

J.A. Adande attempts to reduce a complicated history to its purest elements: Because of Katrina, a team from Charlotte that moved to New Orleans that came to Oklahoma City paved the way for the relocation of the team from Seattle. A phenomenon

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