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  • Lakers sign top draft pick Julius Randle

    Lakers sign top draft pick Julius Randle
    The Lakers signed rookie forward Julius Randle on Sunday, securing the seventh overall pick in last month's NBA draft to a deal potentially worth approximately $13.5 million. The deal is for four years, with the Lakers holding options for the third...
  • Dante Exum shows flashes of potential in summer league

    Dante Exum shows flashes of potential in summer league
    LAS VEGAS — Dant√© Exum emerged from the Utah Jazz locker room early Thursday night looking exhausted. He had just completed his fourth NBA Summer League game in seven days, but another obligation still remained. About eight writers and cameramen...
  • Wizards pick up Morgan State center Ian Chiles for Summer League

    All Ian Chiles wanted, whether he was drafted or not, was a chance to play in the NBA. The 7-foot-2, 260-pound former Morgan State center didn't hear his named called during the NBA draft June 26, but soon he'll get his long-awaited chance to play for...
  • Brooklyn Nets' Cory Jefferson is honoring former Baylor teammate Isaiah Austin

    Brooklyn Nets' Cory Jefferson is honoring former Baylor teammate Isaiah Austin
    Brooklyn Nets forward Cory Jefferson is using the Orlando Pro Summer League to honor a retired teammate. On June 26, Baylor center Isaiah Austin learned his basketball career was over. The Baylor forward was a projected first-round pick in the 2014...
  • A Look Ahead At Next Season's UConn Men's Basketball Team

     A Look Ahead At Next Season's UConn Men's Basketball Team
    The "Hungry Huskies," as defined by Shabazz Napier, won their championship. Next season, there will be a new team, a new theme, a new trophy to pursue. Will the 2014-15 UConn men's basketball team be better? Could they be even hungrier? Now that...
  • UCLA basketball: Jordan Adams changes mind, declares for NBA draft

    UCLA basketball: Jordan Adams changes mind, declares for NBA draft
    UCLA guard Jordan Adams reversed himself and has declared for the NBA draft, according to a person familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak on the matter. The turn of events means the Bruins have lost their two best players to the NBA....
  • Lakers' week in review

    Lakers' week in review
    The Clippers suddenly became the center of the NBA world with the Donald Sterling controversy. Meanwhile, the Lakers were relatively quiet as they settled into their early off season. Kentucky forward Julius Randle declared for the NBA draft, adding...
  • UCLA Coach Steve Alford wants NBA to alter one-and-done draft rule

    UCLA Coach Steve Alford has a beef with the NBA draft when it comes to college players. Three¬†Bruins players have declared early for the NBA draft in the last two weeks (guards Jordan Adams, Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine), leaving Alford’s team...
  • Lakers coach: Are John Calipari, Mike Krzyzewski, Kevin Ollie a fit?

    After two challenging seasons, Mike D'Antoni has stepped down as coach of the Lakers. The Lakers, coming off their worst season (27-55) since moving to Los Angeles in 1960, said they will begin their coaching search immediately. What kind of coach...
  • As Lakers prepare for coaching search, Ettore Messina could make list

    As Lakers prepare for coaching search, Ettore Messina could make list
    The Lakers will soon begin what could be a lengthy search for a head coach. Mike D'Antoni resigned on Wednesday, after the Lakers' worst season (27-55) since moving to Los Angeles. One name the team may consider is former Lakers assistant coach Ettore...
  • Teel Time: One-and-done flawed but not ruining college basketball, NBA

    Teel Time: One-and-done flawed but not ruining college basketball, NBA
    Like most I talk to or correspond with, I dislike the one-and-done rule that has governed college basketball and the NBA since 2006. Intended to prevent misguided high school seniors from declaring for the NBA draft, the policy has benefited no one. But...