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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - James Harden
Christmas Day has become the unofficial tip-off to the NBA season. With all the buzz building around Wall, Beal and Pierce, the Wizards have a shot at being on one of the five national TV games.
The deal allowed GM Daryl Morey to stay in the hunt for other stars on the market, and he reportedly struck a deal with Washington Wizards swingman Trevor Ariza on Saturday night.
Any team with LeBron James becomes the favorite to win the Eastern Conference, let alone the NBA title. Still, the stunning move shakes up the power rankings, even for the Wizards.
Now that LeBron James is heading back to Ohio, Chris Bosh has a max offer on the table Houston that would pay him $88 million.
At some point LeBron James will announce where he's taking his talents next season. When he does, options for free agent Trevor Ariza will either grow or shrink.
Whatever choice LeBron James affects the Eastern Conference and the pecking order of NBA championship contenders. Some teams are hoping to make the right moves in case he bolts.
The Wizards could have had James Harden. The main asset the Thunder wanted? Bradley Beal. The Wizards passed, fans were pissed. Then they were, that is.
Jeremy Lin was so unhappy with his performance in Houston's Game 4 loss to Portland that he hardly slept at all after the game.
There was some shouting going on in the Trail Blazers' locker room after they fell behind by 10 points at halftime to the Rockets.
Houston's James Harden says the pressure has shifted to the Trail Blazers in their first-round playoff series. Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge respectfully disagrees.
James Harden found his shot, and Troy Daniels made his.
Houston has a LaMarcus Aldridge problem.
James Harden missed 20 shots, including two in the final seconds of Houston's Game 1 loss to Portland in overtime.
A day after etching his name in Portland's record books with a franchise playoff-record 46 points in Game 1 of the first-round playoff series against Houston, LaMarcus Aldridge was already looking forward.
LaMarcus Aldridge was playing on another level Sunday night and had the emotional intensity to match the best performance of his career.
"We didn't quit," he said. "We shouldn't have even put ourselves in that situation. The last four minutes of the game we played the way we should have played in the third quarter."
In the postseason, Harden said he would have finished the game.