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Allen Iverson making NBA comeback... sort of
HALL of fame guard Allen Iverson is one of many retired stars who are set to make an NBA comeback... kind of.
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Every NBA team's biggest trade asset ranked
THE NBA trade deadline is little more than a month away and rumours are starting to fly. Here is every team’s top asset, rated from 30-1 and featuring some huge names.
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United turn Magic for heritage round
MELBOURNE United is winding back the clock with retro jerseys for NBL Heritage Round this weekend and will wear rebooted South East Melbourne Magic uniforms.
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Thon Maker's patience pays off with career-high
FOR the first time this season, Thon Maker played legitimate, extended minutes for the Milwaukee Bucks. He didn’t disappoint.
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Former NBL player arrested for 'butt rub'
A FORMER NBL player has reportedly been arrested for sneaking into two homes and inappropriately touching a woman.
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76ers' spirits lift due to Simmons' new step
BEN Simmons has hit the court at a Philadelphia 76ers practice, with head coach Brett Brown saying that the ‘gym got a lift’ thanks to the No. 1 pick’s latest development.
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Harry Froling commits to Marquette
AUSTRALIAN big-man Harry Froling will soon announce his commitment to Marquette University, and will likely appeal to play the entire 2017-18 season.
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Rose's explanation for NBA no-show shock
FORMER MVP Derrick Rose sent the NBA into meltdown yesterday by not turning up for a game. The Knicks star has just tried to explain.
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Goulding a chance to face 36ers
MELBOURNE United star Chris Goulding is “a chance” to play on Thursday night against Adelaide 36ers despite nursing a dodgy left ankle.
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Sixers want sellout crowd behind them
ADELAIDE is anticipating a second consecutive NBL sellout for Thursday night’s match against nemesis Melbourne, whether favoured villain Chris Goulding suits or not.
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