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Kings to add Lieberman as assistant

The Kings are reportedly adding Nancy Lieberman as an assistant coach. The 57-year-old Hall of Famer would become the NBA's second female assistant coach, joining Becky Hammon of the Spurs.

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Hawks' Mike Scott arrested

The Hawks forward was arrested Thursday morning in Banks County, Georgia and faces felony drug charges for felony possession of marijuana and possession of a Schedule I drug. No comment from Hawks

Why NBA's free agency spendfest erupted

This summer sparked an NBA feeding frenzy of epic proportions, with teams tossing around eight-figure contracts like parade confetti. Front offices managed to commit over $2 billion in future player salaries in just 10 days. But why? A dollar now = 58 cents later

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Gilbert Arenas: LeBron not No. 1 option

The former NBA player said on Instagram: "he lacks #selfishness so he will always need a go to guy like [Dwyane] wade was or kyrie [Irving].. he lacks what [Michael] jordan and kobe [Bryant] were..great 1 on 1 players... he needs a pure scorer beside him."

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Hawks' rookie is money from half court

Second-round pick Marcus Eriksson faces an uphill battle to make the Atlanta roster, but if the Hawks need someone to make a last-second half-court shot, they might want to keep him around.

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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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Royce Young @royceyoung

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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Tim MacMahon @espn_macmahon

Mavs announce signing of 7-foot-2 center Salah Mejri, a project who didn't get much playing time for Real Madrid last season.

Paul Coro @paulcoro

The Suns hired former 11-year Sixers director of player personnel Courtney Witte as director of scouting and Antonio Williams as a scout.

Flip Saunders on 'crazy' CBA

The Wolves president and coach spent seven years working in the CBA and told Zach Lowe it was something like the Wild West: "Let me tell you, if you get a coach after six beers at 4 a.m. in Cedar Rapids, they will trade you something for nothing. The two times I won championships, I traded for big-time scorers at 3 a.m. and gave up nothing." Full Q&A