Griffin: We’re all under review 

April, 23, 2014
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Cleveland Cavaliers acting general manager Dave Griffin met with the local media on Tuesday for his season-ending press conference. Owner Dan Gilbert needs to hire someone for the position and Griffin is fully aware he may not get the job.

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Chris Paul's hamstring, J.J. Redick's back 

April, 23, 2014
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The Los Angeles Clippers head into Game 3 against the Golden State Warriors with some injury concerns regarding their starting backcourt. Chris Paul is dealing with a right hamstring issue, while J.J. Redick still has not fully recovered from the back injury. Game 3 is not until Thursday and both players should start.

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Carlisle to stick with Jose Calderon 

April, 23, 2014
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Some followers of the Dallas Mavericks may feel head coach Rick Carlisle should switch up his starting lineup in the series against the San Antonio Spurs by dropping Jose Calderon at point guard in favor of Devin Harris to defend Tony Parker, but that's not happening heading into Game 2.

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Dolan already interfering with Jackson? 

April, 23, 2014
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James Dolan has always been a meddlesome owner, but when he hired Phil Jackson as team president that was supposed to change. Well, that apparently is not the case, according to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News.

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Lue, Harper in mix for Knicks' job? 

April, 23, 2014
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Phil Jackson has begun the process of putting together a list of those he wants to interview for the New York Knicks head coach position and two potential candidates were mentioned on Tuesday.

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Jason Terry's future with Kings? 

April, 23, 2014
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The Sacramento Kings acquired guard Jason Terry in February on trade deadline day as part of a deal with the Brooklyn Nets. Terry never made it to Sacramento as he decided it was best to sit out the duration of this past season to rehab his left knee in Dallas. Kings general manager Pete D’Alessandro has kept in contact with Terry, however at this time he doesn't know if the guard has a future with the team.

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Isaiah Thomas' FA status 

April, 23, 2014
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Sacramento Kings general manager Pete D’Alessandro met with the media on Tuesday and as expected several topics were discussed over lunch, including the status of Isaiah Thomas. According to Jonathan Santiago of Cowbell Kingdom, D’Alessandro said he will tender a qualifying offer to Thomas by June 30, which will make him a restricted free agent.

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Mario Chalmers' bruised knee 

April, 23, 2014
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Miami Heat starting point guard Mario Chalmers bruised a knee during Game 1 on Sunday and he's questionable for Game 2, according to The Miami Herald.

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Andrew Bogut's status 

April, 23, 2014
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The Golden State Warriors are without starting center Andrew Bogut and the timeline for his return is still uncertain, as of Tuesday.

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UConn point guard Shabazz Napier became a household name this spring when he helped lead the Huskies to another national title, his second as a member of the team. Napier's outstanding play opened a lot of eyes, and led many to speculate about his future in the NBA.

In Chad Ford's latest mock draft, released on Tuesday, he listed Napier at No. 28, a spot in the draft where the 6-foot, 170-pounder could be targeted as a backup point guard on a contending team.

Here are four teams that could potentially target Napier late in the first round or early in the second round:

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Stokes now a first-rounder? 

April, 22, 2014
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Last month, we posed the question of whether Jarnell Stokes' draft stock was on the rise following an impressive showing in the NCAA tournament. And last week, we speculated that Stokes -- who has officially declared for the 2014 NBA draft -- could be among the forwards who benefits from Montrezl Harrell's decision to return to Louisville.

On Tuesday, ESPN draft expert Chad Ford weighed in on where he expects the 6-foot-8, 250-pound forward to go on draft day.

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Potential Wolves draft targets 

April, 22, 2014
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In all likelihood, Minnesota will have the No. 13 pick in this summer's NBA draft. However, there is a small chance they could lose that pick to Phoenix.

The only way that can happen is if the Suns (No. 14 going into the draft lottery) move up into the top 3 and the Wolves don't, dropping Minnesota's Top 13 protected pick to the No. 14 slot.

Assuming that the Wolves do keep their pick, here's a look at a few of the players they are likely to target late in the lottery:

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Keith Smart didn't work out as the Kings coach, but could Marcus Smart be the team's future at point guard? There's a good chance the highly rated point guard will be on the board when Sacramento makes its first-round pick this June, and our own Chad Ford thinks it could be a great fit.

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Will Gordon go before Randle? 

April, 22, 2014
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Aaron Gordon has officially declared for the 2014 NBA draft, and Julius Randle did the same on Tuesday. For much of the last six months, Randle has been projected to be selected before Gordon, but that may not be the case any longer.

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Arison expects to keep 'Big Three' 

April, 22, 2014
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According to The Miami Herald, Micky Arison was interviewed by Dan Le Batard on Monday and several topics regarding the Miami Heat were discussed.

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh can opt out of their contracts and join the 2014 class of free agents. James will become a free agent, while Bosh and Wade may decline the option. Either way, Arison expects to keep his best players.

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