Couch Q&A: Al Horford on the Boston Celtics, NBA free agency and Grand Ledge

Couch Q&A: Al Horford on the Boston Celtics, NBA free agency and Grand Ledge
Couch Q&A: Al Horford on the Boston Celtics, NBA free agency and Grand Ledge The Celtics’ big man, on the richest contract ever signed by a Lansing area athlete, talked Friday with LSJ columnist Graham Couch Check out this story on lansingstatejournal.com …
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The biggest winners and losers of 2017 NBA free agency
Now that the biggest names are off the board, here’s a look at the biggest winners and losers of the 2017 NBA free agency period. Now that we’re officially four weeks into the 2017 NBA free agency period, most of the big names are already off the board.
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NBA: Sacramento Kings sign JaKarr Sampson and Jack Cooley
The Sacramento Kings signed forwards JaKarr Sampson and Jack Cooley to a two-way contracts Saturday. The 6-foot-9, 207-pound Sampson, a 2017 NBA G-League Western Conference All-Star, spent last season with the Iowa Energy, where he accrued averages of 15.1 …
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How will NBA’s new television deal affect Lakers’ free agency?

trendHow will NBA’s new television deal affect Lakers’ free agency?
The NBA’s projected salary cap will balloon to record numbers in the 2016-17 season because of the league’s new television deal with ABC/ESPN and Turner through 2025 worth $ 2.67 billion per year. That money will trickle down to the players with an …
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The 17 Best Television Shows of the 2014-2015 Season
Defining the television season as anything other than the calendar year may seem silly these days, but the Primetime Emmys are still dictated by the old guard. So, with the hopes of helping out an Academy often lost in a sea of options, here are the …
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Ben J. Wattenberg, writer and television commentator, dies at 81
Ben J. Wattenberg, a writer, television commentator and self-described “old center-right Democrat” who defied easy political categorizations during nearly five decades as a public intellectual, died June 28 at a hospital in Washington. He was 81. The …
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