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Bucks president softens criticism of Milwaukee as 'racist'
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said he's eager to work with Bucks president Peter Feigin to improve the city's race relations after the NBA executive last week called the city the "most segregated, racist place" he has seen.
Whalen flourishing after turning down overseas money
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Lindsay Whalen hobbled through the regular season last year. She hobbled through the playoffs. She even hobbled through the Minnesota Lynx championship celebration.
Barnes, Bogut highlight latest round of changes for Mavs
DALLAS (AP) — Harrison Barnes and Andrew Bogut are in, Chandler Parsons and Zaza Pachulia are out and Dallas coach Rick Carlisle has a retooled roster for the sixth consecutive time since winning a championship.
At NBA media day, concern for country over concern for team
NEW YORK (AP) — NBA players aren't just worried about their teams as they start a new season.
AP Interview: LeBron says "a personal goal" to match Jordan
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — Now that LeBron James has won a championship for the ages, he's set a loftier goal:
Pierce returns to Clippers for 19th and last NBA season
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Paul Pierce decided to return for his 19th and last season in the NBA, convinced the Los Angeles Clippers can make a successful run to their first league title.
Life without Duncan begins for the new-look Spurs
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Life without Tim Duncan has officially begun for the San Antonio Spurs, even if they aren't quite ready to accept it.
76ers center Noel: Too many bigs on team, 'Just a logjam'
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Shortly after Philadelphia 76ers president and general manager Bryan Colangelo said he is not actively shopping any of his players, Sixers center Nerlens Noel openly wondered how he, Jahlil Okafor and Joel Embiid can co-exist as the team's three big men.
LeBron will stand for anthem, says 'scary' to be parent now
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — LeBron James has been horrified at the videos of police shootings and violence he's seen over the past few months. Like many Americans, he's anxious for change.
Pacers believe pieces are in place to play faster style
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Pacers President Larry Bird spent most of his offseason trying to stitch together a championship contender.
NBA's king of fashion Russell Westbrook talks style
HOUSTON (AP) — When you're Russell Westbrook, the undisputed king of NBA fashion, you don't spend the offseason like a typical player.
- Jason Whitlock likes the fact LeBron will not be protesting during the National Anthem- 'Speak For Yourself'
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