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Victor Oladipo will sit out the rest of the Pacers' season
Pacers All-Star Victor Oladipo wants to be fully healthy next year, so he won't go to the NBA's bubble to finish this season.       
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Boston Celtics' Gordon Hayward will leave NBA bubble if his wife goes into labor during playoffs
Boston Celtics star Gordon Hayward said he would leave the NBA bubble if the Celtics are still playing and his wife goes into labor.        
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Thunder center Steven Adams stayed in shape 'boxing out cows' on New Zealand farm during NBA shutdown
Steven Adams just returned to the U.S. from his native New Zealand, where he spent quarantine on his farm: "The cows are doing good though, mate."        
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Why Maya Moore willingly put her career on hold to create change
Sports Pulse: Reporter Nancy Armour on how Maya Moore is creating change off the court        
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How Pelicans rookie star Zion Williamson maximized conditioning and mental toughness during quarantine
Zion Williamson worked out every day during quarantine and likes where he is heading into NBA restart: "I do find that I'm in good shape right now."        
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Opinion: Like Muhammad Ali, Maya Moore was willing to sacrifice her career for what's right
Jonathan Irons was 18 when he was sentenced to 50 years in prison for a burglary and shooting. He served more than 22 years before conviction vacated       
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NBA has nine more players test positive for COVID-19 as total grows to 25 out of 351 players
During testing from June 24-29, nine more NBA players tested positive for COVID-19, pushing the total to 25 out of 351 players tested.       
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Kobe Bryant will be on cover of NBA 2K21 'Mamba Forever' editions
Late Lakers star Kobe Bryant is among three cover athletes for NBA 2K21 and will grace the front of two "Mamba Forever" editions.        
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Opinion: By doing her job, and doing it well, NBA broadcaster Doris Burke is Changing the Game
Doris Burke is the first woman to be a full-time NBA analyst on national TV, and also is ESPN and ABC's lead sideline reporter for NBA Finals.       
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