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Transformative year: Black coaches now lead 50% of NBA teams

It’s been nearly 60 years since Bill Russell broke the NBA coaching color barrier.

Analysis: On the NBA MVP race, and its international flavor

The votes are in. Prepare for history, because it’s coming.

NBA virus numbers still rising, expanded testing begins

Sunday evening, the number of players known to be in the protocols was up to 116.

Warriors’ Stephen Curry breaks the NBA career 3-point record

Curry broke the record set by Ray Allen, who held it for 10 years after passing Reggie Miller.

Ross’ 22-point 4th quarter leads Magic over Knicks 110-104

Ross was one of six Orlando players to score in double figures.

G League Ignite’s first wave nets trio of NBA draft picks

Three teenagers will soon find out how well their preps-to-pros path.

Bucks’ 50-year wait ends with a title behind 50 from Giannis

Giannis Antetokounmpo ended one of the greatest NBA Finals ever with 50 points.

Resilient Suns? Down 3-2 in Finals, it’s time to find out

The Phoenix Suns like to believe they’re a resilient bunch. Now is this season to prove it.

Magic finalize hiring of Mavs assistant Mosley as head coach

Mosley replaces Steve Clifford, who left Orlando by mutual agreement after three seasons.

The NBA Finals are set: Milwaukee vs. Phoenix for the title

Paul is set to play in the NBA Finals for the first time. Antetokounmpo hopes to be fortunate.

Steve Clifford out as Orlando Magic coach after 3 seasons

Magic President Jeff Weltman stressed that it was a mutual decision.

National teams wait on NBA stars for Olympic qualifier games

Four men’s basketball qualifying tournaments are played from June 29-July 4.

‘It’s an honor’: The Hall of Fame’s class of 2020 enshrined

Kobe Bryant is in the Hall now, along with contemporaries Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.

Those who win the NBA play-in games will love them

Fans are going to embrace it and the ratings will be big since the games will all absolutely matter.

Spoelstra gets win No. 600, Heat top Spurs 116-111

Erik Spoelstra got a milestone win, and it didn’t come easily.

Injuries wreaking more havoc than virus protocols

Injuries to key players — not just their unavailability due to COVID-19 — is having the biggest effect.

Analysis: Kobe’s presence remains strong, legacy growing

If there was any doubt about what kind of legacy Bryant left, he still resonates, maybe more than ever.

Analysis: In tough NBA times, games not the top priority

The next priority for players: shining light on issues where they feel true equality doesn’t exist.

Analysis: Amid a pandemic, a blowout epidemic also happening

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the NBA is also seeing a blowout epidemic.

In the NBA this season, teams will see same refs more often

The NBA has changed the travel rules for officials this year.

By looks of scores, the NBA is off to a ‘strange’ start

In seven days, the NBA has already seen 11 games where one team has led by at least 30 points.

Welcome back, NBA: Here’s 10 things to know about the season

The NBA’s new season starts Tuesday, ll 30 NBA teams are playing this week.

East preview: Heat returning champs, but have challengers

Six teams are unquestionably good but at least two won’t win a single playoff series.

East champion Heat are thinking even bigger this season

The East champs bring back most of the core from last year, including their top seven overall scorers.

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