Dwight Howard

NBA superstar Dwight Howard will suit up for the Atlanta Hawks this upcoming season. Howard and the Hawks agreed to a three-year, $70 million deal, according to Yahoo Sports.

The pouty, tantrum-prone, 6′ 11″ center has settled on the number 8 for his jersey.

If you follow numerology then you understand the significance the number 8 has in his life.

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Kevin Durant

Former Oklahoma Thunder star Kevin Durant signed announced he will sign a 2-year, $54 million contract with the hapless Golden State Warriors. The deal includes a player option after the 1st year.

The player option will allow Durant to maximize his salary under the NBA’s $107 million salary cap in 2017 (an increase from $94 million this year).

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LeBron James

Despite his promises to remain in Cleveland, LeBron James’ agent has informed the Cavaliers that he will not exercise his $24 million player option.

James, who turns 32 in December, had until midnight Wednesday to inform the team of his decision.

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LeBron James

NBA superstar LeBron James kept his promise to bring the city of Cleveland its 1st ever NBA championship.

The Cavaliers beat the hapless Golden State Warriors 93-89 to win the 2016 NBA Finals at Oracle Arena on Sunday.

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Steph Curry Steve Kerr

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and head coach Steve Kerr were each assessed $25,000 fines for their actions during and after game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.

The Cleveland Cavaliers routed the hapless Warriors 115-101 at home to force a deciding game 7 in Oakland on Sunday.

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daniil medvedev

A racist rant by Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev led to his disqualification from the Savannah Challenger USTA event on Thursday. His opponent Donald Young won the match by default.

Medvedev, 20, was down 3-1 in the first set, but was about to break Young’s serve when chair umpire Sandy French said his forehand shot went wide.

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nick young

L.A. Lakers star Nick Young was removed from the team’s active roster prior to the Laker’s loss to the Boston Celtics on Sunday.

Lakers Coach Byron Scott said benching Young for the past 11 games was purely a “basketball decision” and nothing to do with Young’s highly publicized personal problems off the court.

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