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For the roughly 1,600 folks who crammed into Trinity University's gym Saturday night, it didn't matter that the NBA lockout is nearly two months old. This night was reserved for the game of basketball — not the business.
There were no playoff shares involved, no rings, no trophies. Just bragging rights for a few locked-out NBA players and the street-ball stars who suit up with them every summer.
There were no playoff shares involved, no rings, no trophies. Just bragging rights for a few locked-out NBA players, and the street-ball stars who suit up with them every summer.
Kevin Durant scored 44 points to lead Washington's Goodman League to a thrilling 135-134 victory over the Drew League from Los Angeles on Saturday night.
It's not quite the NBA All-Star Game, but it is an East vs. West matchup that comes with almost as much fanfare.
Decision time is approaching for NBA players mulling moves overseas.
Far removed from the opulence of an NBA arena's luxury boxes and $1,000 courtside seats, a green asphalt court is flanked by hard metal bleachers and a chain-link fence.
Kevin Durant isn't ruling out playing basketball abroad next season if the NBA lockout isn't resolved.
Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant says it is "tough" to see Yao Ming retire and that the player deserves to be in the basketball Hall of Fame.