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11:55 AM ET The Milwaukee Bucks‘ Mike Budenholzer and Oklahoma City Thunder‘s Billy Donovan were voted the National Basketball Coaches Association co-coaches of the year, the organization announced Monday. “I am honored and humbled to be recognized by the Coaches, they are a great group of people that I admire and respect,” Donovan said in
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6:30 PM ET Tim BontempsESPN LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — In a pool report issued after the game, referee David Guthrie said he had reassessed his decision during the game to give Miami Heat forward Kelly Olynyk a flagrant foul after he fouled Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry in the fourth quarter of Toronto’s 107-103
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5:39 PM ET The NBA on Monday announced the launch of an alternate telecast centered on sports betting for select games, the latest broadcast enhancement for the NBA restart. NBABet Stream will feature overlays displaying point spreads and odds, as well as betting analysis, beginning with the Oklahoma City Thunder–Denver Nuggets game Monday. The NBABet
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3:40 PM ET LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder left the NBA bubble Monday morning to be with his wife for the birth of their second child, Thunder coach Billy Donovan said. “Dennis is away from the team right now with his family,” Donovan said before the Thunder played the
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6:40 PM ET The Toronto Raptors are the defending NBA champions, yet they remain horribly under the radar in this year’s title race. That needs to change. Dating back to before the league’s stoppage in March, this team has won 23 of its past 27 games. They’ve been awesome in their first two restart matchups,
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11:47 AM ET LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — As concern was growing that the league’s playoffs could be compromised with the sidelining of players because of largely unavoidable coronavirus testing glitches, the NBA has tightened its protocol on retesting and allowing players a return to the court within a 24-hour window, according to league memo
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12:51 AM ET Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac tore the ACL in his left knee on Sunday, the team announced. Isaac drove the lane and did a hop step between two defenders against the Kings. He then immediately fell to the floor in pain, untouched, while clutching his left knee with 9:19 left in the
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