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Draymond Green loves the new officiating rules of the Association

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Kyrie Irving courts LeBron James to join Mavs

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Kyrie Irving courts LeBron James to join Mavs

The stories have been LeBron wanting Kyrie back, but this time it’s Irving who reached out for James to come to Dallas and play for the Mavericks next season.

The report quickly went viral as a potential Irving-James-Doncic big three is now brewing.

However, trading for LeBron James means a lot of players and future round picks for the Mavericks.

It can be recalled that James was trying to land Irving in the middle of the regular season, but the Lakers failed to do so which put Irving from Brooklyn to Dallas to team up with Luka Doncic.

They fell short of a playoff spot and now it seems Irving seriously wants another trophy with him luring James for an epic reunion.

Whether this fails due to the cap restriction, Irving could still possibly join James in the Lakers as LA looks to revamp its squad despite reaching the conference finals after a slow start of the season.

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Gabe Vincent comes through as Miami even Finals series with Denver

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Gabe Vincent comes through as Miami even Finals series with Denver

The Miami Heat were confident and they proved us why as they steal Game 2 from Denver to even the NBA Finals series at 1-1.

Undrafted Gabe Vincent played a huge game for Miami finishing with a team-high 23 points while Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo chipped in 21 points apiece.

Duncan Robinson only had 10 points, but all came in the fourth quarter to rally the Heat.

Meanwhile, Nikola Jokic dropped 41 points for the Nuggets but they lost, Denver is 0-3 in the postseason when Jokic scored 40+ points.

Jamal Murray was only contained by the Heat with only 18 points.

Game 3 will be in Miami.

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Suns sign Frank Vogel as new head coach

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After parting ways with former Coach of the Year Monty Williams, the Phoenix Suns have already made their choice on who will hold the helm next season and it will be seasoned-tactician Frank Vogel, according to reports.

The 49-year old head coach had been with three NBA teams namely Indiana Pacers, Orlando Magic, and the Los Angeles Lakers where he led them to their 19th championship banner during the 2020 NBA bubble.

With this development, questions arise for the future of Chris Paul and DeAndre Ayton.

The future Hall of Famer point guard was forced to sit out in the crucial part of their playoff run due to injury and with his age being a factor, a possibility of him being traded is very much likely. The same applies to Ayton who was ineffective in the postseason.

Trading these two key pieces of Phoenix can lure a superstar or role players that could help Kevin Durant and Devin Booker win a championship for the franchise.

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