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Curry hopes to finish career with Warriors: 'This is home'

Despite once suggesting the possibility of playing in his hometown Charlotte someday, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry intends to play his entire career with the Warriors. More »

 

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Coca-Cola bets on Kobe sports drink in fight with Gatorade

(Reuters) - Coca-Cola Co is buying a minority stake in a sports drink brand backed by basketball star Kobe Bryant, it said on Tuesday, seeking to mount a stronger challenge to PepsiCo's Gatorade. More »

 

Police investigating Harden's alleged role in nightclub incident

Houston Rockets guard James Harden allegedly was involved in a nightclub incident that is under investigation by the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Police Department. More »

 

NBA notebook: Lakers-Warriors to meet on Christmas

LeBron James and Stephen Curry are the headliners for the NBA's annual Christmas Day marathon with the Los Angeles Lakers visiting the Golden State Warriors as part of a five-game slate. More »

 

Carmelo reportedly agrees to join Rockets

Carmelo Anthony reached a verbal agreement to join the Houston Rockets, sources told Yahoo Sports and USA Today on Tuesday. More »

 

LeBron-led Lakers vs. Warriors reportedly leads Christmas slate

LeBron James is no stranger to NBA prime-time and holiday games, and Christmas will be no exception this year. More »

 

LeBron to produce televised three-part documentary

LeBron James is adding documentary executive producer to his resume. More »

 

Aces forfeit Friday's missed game vs. Mystics

The Las Vegas Aces forfeited Friday's game against the Washington Mystics after the contest was canceled just before tipoff due to the Aces' travel issues, the WNBA announced Tuesday. More »

 

Sixers first-rounder Smith suffers foot injury

Philadelphia 76ers first-round pick Zhaire Smith suffered a left foot injury at a development camp in Las Vegas on Monday, the team announced Tuesday. More »

 

LeBron James praised by Ohio school district after Trump attack

(Reuters) - National Basketball Association star LeBron James won praise on Monday from an Ohio school district for his support of disadvantaged children in his hometown of Akron, after U.S. President Donald Trump attacked him in a weekend tweet questioning his intelligence. More »

 

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