Will Jason Kidd’s Move to Make Giannis Antetokounmpo a Permanent PG Succeed?

Magic Johnson 2.0 maybe? The comparison is a stretch — but if Giannis Antetokounmpo can put efficient pressure on defenses handling the ball on a full-time basis — the NBA is going to be in trouble. Milwaukee Bucks coach Jason Kidd announced after Tuesdays practice that the ‘Greek Freak’ will be the teams starting point

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IVERSON, Shaq, Yao Ming Among Those Nominated For 2016 HOF Induction

This years 2016 Basketball Hall of Fame ceremony could be one of the more star-studded affair seen in some time, with a huge list of former NBA stars eligible after the NBA reduced the eligibility wait time. According to NBA.com, Allen Iverson, Shaquille O’Neal Yao Ming are among the many nominated for entry into the

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Jason Kidd Suspended 1 Game for Knocking Ball Out Of Refs Hand

Jason Kidd is a legend for this outburst, but the behavior was definitely inappropriate. The Bucks head coach was suspended one-game by the NBA for behavior they deemed pursuit of a referee. Jason Kidd suspended for one game after knocking a ball out of a referee's hand. Here's the NBA release: pic.twitter.com/r36L0pjJzU — Adi Joseph

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Jason Kidd benched Giannis & Refused To Explain Why

Jason Kidd is a really good coach, but his communication skills suck at times. Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo missed his first game of the season on Wednesday night. He knows just as much about the benching as you are I do — seeing how he DNP was never even explained to him. Antetokounmpo, who had

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Nets Agree To Buyout With Lawrence Frank

Chris Mannix is reporting that the Brooklyn Nets have reached a buyout with assistant coach Lawrence Frank. The Nets have reached an agreement on a buyout with former assistant coach Lawrence Frank, per source. — Chris Mannix (@ChrisMannixYS) September 25, 2014 Frank, who was the associated head coach of the Nets, was demoted to writing

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Report: Nets Finalizing 4-Year Deal With Lionel Hollins

Marc Stein of ESPN.com is reporting that the Brooklyn Nets and Lionel Hollins are finalizing a four-year deal to become the teams new head coach. Nets and Hollins are in the final stages of hammering out a multiyear deal that will pay former Grizz coach in excess of $4 million annually — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine)

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