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Celtics acquire Z. Dragic, save Heat millions

The Boston Celtics have acquired guard Zoran Dragic and a future second-round pick from the Miami Heat, sources told


The Most Adorable Social Media Battle

A week after Riley Curry broke out The Whip and The Nae Nae, Leah Still fired back with her own version ... and a dance-off challenge. Watch

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Report: Barnes eyes long stay with Warriors

Harrison Barnes has been a key player for the Golden State Warriors as a starter or a sub off the bench. Barnes is eligible to sign an extension through November 2 and if it's up to him he will remain with the Warriors for the long-term whether it's via the extension now or a new deal next summer as a restricted free agent.

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14-year veteran Jackson announces retirement

Stephen Jackson, who once was suspended for punching a fan and won one championship while playing for seven teams during his 14-year career, is retiring from the NBA.

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Players' Awards: Curry honored twice

Steph Curry was named "Clutch Performer" and "Hardest to Guard" at the NBPA and BET Players' Awards. Oracle Arena was named "Best Home Court Advantage."

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Warriors have golden offseason

The reigning champs aced the offseason. Re-signing Draymond Green was a win and the trade of injury-prone center David Lee will save Golden State millions in luxury-tax payments. Western Conference grades (Insider)

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Curry vs. Harden: Playoff edition

The players voted James Harden over Steph Curry for MVP at the first "Players' Awards" Tuesday night. But Curry got the better of Harden in most respects when they went head-to-head in the Western Conference finals.

Harden named MVP by players (2:37)
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Harden named MVP at Players' Awards

James Harden finished 2nd for the traditional MVP, but the Rockets guard took home the top award in the NBPA's first ever "Players' Awards." Steph Curry was named "Clutch Performer" and "Hardest to Guard." Other winners

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Who would athletes pay to see?

Steph Curry may have topped LeBron James in the NBA Finals, but when we asked athletes who they'd pay to see in person, the King came out on top. Who else moves the needle?


Curry's flurry buries Warriors

How does it feel, Golden State, to have a Curry seal your fate? Seth Curry scored 21 points in the second half, and the Pelicans advance to the semifinals in Las Vegas with a 100-91 win.

Seth Curry's finding his shot

The younger Curry started cold for the Pelicans, shooting 1-for-9 in the first half, but he scored 11 points in the third quarter to give New Orleans a 68-64 lead over the Warriors headed to the fourth in the Las Vegas Summer League quarterfinals.


Curry, Pelicans look to play on

No player is averaging more points in Las Vegas than Seth Curry's 25.3 PPG. Can the Pelicans' summer star match his brother with a championship? To do so, he'll have to get past the Warriors in the quarterfinals.

NBA Finals MVP likely returning to bench (2:58)

Steve Kerr: Iguodala stays on the bench

The Warriors coach doesn't expect to change the starting lineup by inserting NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala back into it: "We won 67 games with the group that we had. And we've got our core back, just about everybody's back. And more than likely we'll play it the same way. But you never know how things go."

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Quite the year to be a Curry

Big brother Stephen won the NBA regular-season MVP and a championship with the Warriors, and now Seth is leading the Vegas summer league in scoring at 25.3 PPG -- a far cry from his production in Vegas last summer when he averaged 10.2 PPG.

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Report: Walton likely to take Gentry's old job

With Alvin Gentry leaving the Golden State Warriors coaching staff to become the head coach of the New Orleans Pelicans, there has been talk that Luke Walton could be in line to become the next associate head coach.

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Back to bench for Iguodala, who has Twitter fun

Andre Iguodala won NBA Finals MVP honors despite not starting every game, and Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Iguodala most likely will come off the bench again when next season begins.


Iguodala pranks fans on Twitter

NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala seemed very mad about his role with the Warriors on Thursday ... for about a minute. Got 'em

Warriors down Knicks (0:47)

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game110.01st
Rebounds Per Game44.76th
Assists Per Game27.41st
Points Allowed99.915th

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