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NBA Daily Links: Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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Morning, NBA fans!

We have arrived at humpday, meaning for most of us our workweek is just about halfway done.  The NBA has also arrived at the hump – the All-Star Break, that is.  Between tonight and tomorrow night, teams around the NBA will be playing their final game before All-Star Weekend takes place down in New Orleans, giving all of the teams and most of the players a much-needed break from the action.

Because of that, you can expect a flurry of games tonight, with 13 scheduled.  Get your game previews here. [NBA.com]

There were seven games in the NBA last night - game recaps and video highlights can be found here!  [NBA]

Don’t forget the Morning Shootaround!  [NBA]

Today’s Daily Dime open with a look at Kevin Durant’s contributions to the Thunder’s hard-fought victory over the Trail Blazers last night. [ESPN]

I found this article on how Cleveland has lost its chance of recruiting LeBron James back to the Cavaliers a bit amusing – does anyone believe Cleveland eve could have really re-signed him?  [Yahoo! Sports]

As we all gear up for the Slam Dunk competition, here’s a look at the best dunkers who never won said championship.  [Sports Illustrated]   Interesting!

And your Boston Celtics link of the day looks at the possibility of another trade move similar to the one Boston managed when they brought in Jordan Crawford last season.  [Masslive.com]

Thanks for the read!



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