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NBA's biggest star LeBron James leaves Miami and returns to Cleveland

Jul 11, 2014

NBA's biggest star LeBron James leaves Miami and returns to Cleveland

James told SI in a first-person story: "My relationship with Northeast Ohio is bigger than basketball. I didn't realize that four years ago. I do now." #NBA #basketball #Miami Heat #LeBron James #Cleveland Cavaliers
Sim Bhullar breaks barrier, becomes first ever Indian-origin player in NBA

Jul 08, 2014

Sim Bhullar breaks barrier, becomes first ever Indian-origin player in NBA

21-year-old Bhullar, who is 7.5 feet tall and weighs 360 pounds, is a centre from New Mexico State University. #Punjab #NBA #basketball #Canada #Sacramento Kings #Sim Bhullar
Despite LeBron's big night, Miami Heat's NBA reign ends

Jun 16, 2014

Despite LeBron's big night, Miami Heat's NBA reign ends

The only thing James plays for is championships and this season, he didn't get a chance to grasp the Larry O'Brien Trophy. #Sports #United States #NBA #basketball #Miami Heat #LeBron James #San Antonio Spurs #NBA Finals #NBA Finals 2014
NBA finals: Brilliant Spurs rout Heat in Game 5 to lift fifth title

Jun 16, 2014

NBA finals: Brilliant Spurs rout Heat in Game 5 to lift fifth title

Kawhi Leonard, named the finals Most Valuable Player, had 22 points and 10 rebounds for the Spurs. San Antonio added this title to the ones the Spurs won in 1999, 2003, '05 and '07. #Sports #United States #NBA #basketball #Miami Heat #LeBron James #San Antonio Spurs #Tony Parker #Tim Duncan #Manu Ginobli #Kawhi Leonard #NBA Finals 2014
Why India's membership of Washington Accord is a big deal

Jun 14, 2014

Why India's membership of Washington Accord is a big deal

There's good news for Indian engineers, as the country is now a permanent member of the Washington Accord. #NewsTracker #NBA #WhatNext #Smriti Irani #Pallam Raju #M Pallam Raju #Washington Accord #Engineering Degree

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The real tragedy of Indian basketball

Aug 04, 2014

The real tragedy of Indian basketball

Indians learned to love the game because it is relatively simple to play, requires little space and infrastructure and thanks to substitutions can accommodate many players at once. #OnOurMind #NBA #basketball #Basketball Federation of India #Indian Basketball

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The real tragedy of Indian basketball

Aug 20, 2014

Dick Bavetta, N.B.A. Referee for 39 Years, Is Retiring

The longtime court official announced he will retire from the league after having worked a record 2,635 regular-season games and 270 playoff contests...
The real tragedy of Indian basketball

Aug 20, 2014

Kevin Durant: ‘I love USA’ but rest is best move

Kevin Durant is in New York this week headlining at least two events, receiving the type of attention befitting a reigning MVP. But the NBA’s scoring champ won’t be playing for Team USA at the Garden — including Wednesday’s contest against the Domini... #National Basketball Association #Dominican Republic #Team USA #Kevin Durant
The real tragedy of Indian basketball

Aug 19, 2014

Veteran NBA ref Dick Bavetta retires

Veteran NBA ref Bavetta retires after 39-year career in which he never missed an assignmen... #National Basketball Association #Dick Bavetta