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Fans packed a youth basketball tournament in South Carolina to catch a glimpse of LeBron James’s eldest child, who goes by Bronny.
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Playing in the N.B.A. summer league, visits to an outlet mall and a photograph with Vince Carter. “It’s going to be hard to go back to reality.”
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The former Liberty and Mercury star won two championships in a long career, but just months into her post-basketball life, she’s discovering new rewards.
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The end of the Warriors’ superteam has elicited a slew of N.B.A. superstar pairings with championship dreams. But can everyone get along?
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The 2017 M.V.P. will be reunited with James Harden in Houston in a move that also sent Chris Paul and first-round draft picks to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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Budinger isn’t the first N.B.A. retiree to succeed in beach volleyball. But the former forward might have the skills to become an Olympian.
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Cambage joined the W.N.B.A.’s Aces in the off-season, immediately raising hopes of a championship. But she has plans for beyond basketball — and soon.
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“I don’t know Drake, but to see what Kawhi meant to them, I wanted to send him a note that said, ‘I’ll have what you’re having.’ ”
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In today’s N.B.A. the players are the stars, the team executives, and they basically decide whether a contract is actually a contract.
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Long overshadowed by the Lakers, the Clippers make a statement by signing superstars to contend for the L.A. basketball crown, if not the N.B.A.’s.

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