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NBA Trade Rumors: Should The Cleveland Cavaliers Trade for DeMarcus Cousins?

CLEVELAND- There is a lot of speculation that DeMarcus Cousins will be traded from the New Orleans Pelicans. The Cavaliers are constantly linked to the 6-11, 270 pound center/forward that averaged 27 points per game last season. The Pelicans took a great risk trading for Cousins because he test free agency at the end of the year. New Orleans needs to make a decision to either extend Cousins contract now
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Dwyane Wade Should Definitely Join Cavaliers if Bought out by Bulls

Last week, Dwyane Wade opted into the second year of his contract with the Chicago Bulls, which will pay him $23 million for next season. Accepting the contract guarantees Wade will get paid for next season. But in reality, the Bulls probably wish that Wade didn't opt in for next year given their route for next season. On the night of the 2017 NBA Draft, the Bulls traded their best
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 NBA Free Agency: Chris Bosh vs. the Triangle

[caption id="attachment_27986" align="aligncenter" width="400"] (June 14, 2014 - Source: Andy Lyons/Getty Images North America)[/caption] His name is so cool to say. Chris Bosh. Especially his last name. Say Bosh three times fast real quick. It sounds interesting to say the least. The same can be said of Bosh as well. He is at the absolute least, an interesting character. Bosh grew up in the Dallas area and was always rebounding
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2013 NBA Finals : Down 0-1 To Spurs, Heat Not Out

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]IAMI – Despite an improbable and acrobatic shot by Tony Parker, the defending champion Miami Heat may be down 0-1 in the 2013 NBA Finals, but they are far from out. Parker’s shot with 5.2 seconds left, lifted the San Antonio Spurs to a 92-88 win and 1-0 lead, while the legion of Heat detractors—and haters—are quick to celebrate, it would be wise to not write off the Heat so quickly.