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Utah Jazz point guard Mike Conley is expected to miss "multiple games," with the possibility of being out "multiple weeks," after reaggravating his left ...

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Believe it or not, it's a team that hasn't been mentioned as a potential CP3 destination as of late, the Utah Jazz. The Jazz were supposed to have ...

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After a long, painfully dry drought of trade rumors in the NBA, one that was historically lengthy, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the silence on Friday by reporting that the Cleveland Cavaliers are finally ready to hear offers for five-time All-Star Kevin Love.

If one deal is on the way, it would make sense considering the stage of rebuilding Cleveland is currently in (very early on in the process), and how much time is left on Love’s contract (three more seasons after this one). Simply put: Love doesn’t make much sense on the Cavaliers’ roster the way it’s construed at the moment, and he would be better served suiting up for a contender.

Now, that doesn’t mean finding a suitor for Love will be easy. He’s 31, somewhat injury prone and owed a ton of money – over $120 million, to be exact.

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[​IMG] Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James (23) dribbles down court against the Dallas Mavericks during the first half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, in Los Angeles. | AP

SALT LAKE CITY — In the NBA, if you’re looking for a chance to get back on the winning track, it can help if your next opponent happens to be on the second leg of back-to-back games playing in cities at altitude. But if that team happens to have the best record in your conference, that advantage may be diminished — especially if one of best players on the other team is an all-time great.

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PHILADELPHIA -- Before the Utah Jazz played the final game of what can only be described as an abysmal road trip against the Philadelphia 76ers, ...

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