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The Brooklyn Nets are preparing to give the Miami Heat a run for their money next season.

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Doc Rivers to Coach the LA Clippers

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Pending league approval, Doc Rivers will be the new Los Angeles Clippers coach. READ MORE

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With the NBA back in full swing celebs have already began lining up to sit courtside at the games to cheer on their favorite teams. Lil Wayne, his girlfriend Dhea, and Kanye West were spotted at the Staples Center to enjoy the Lakers vs Bulls game. And over in New York Alicia Keys, Swizz Beats, and their son Egypt were spotted at Madison Square Garden to cheer the Knicks on to victory against the Boston Celtics.

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Check more pics of the courtside festivities below, plus check out Lil Wayne’s vlog where he is speaking with Chris Paul about his trade to the L.A. Clippers. READ MORE

Shaquille O’ Neal the four-time NBA champion, three-time NBA Finals MVP, 15 time All Star, All-American at Louisiana State University, musical star, renaissance man and Nineteen years in the NBA’s league makes a very impressive resume for “The Big Guy” as he is often referred to by “Uncle Jerome”.  But there is a lot more to Shaquille O’Neal than basketball.

It seems like Gladys night wasn’t the only one on that midnight train to Georgia from the Soul Train awards. Spotted at the Gold Room Thursday night was a Very Tall Confident Shaquille O’Neal who was in town for a few reasons. #1 Visiting the set of TNT preparing for his new analyst job on TNT’s Inside The NBA, and #2 He was visiting Morehouse College for his one on one live taping of an interview with Kelly Wright from Fox News discussing his new book “Shaq Uncut”. READ MORE

While some NBA ballers are focusing on other ventures during the lockout such as playing oversees, Celtics Baller Delonte West is not missing out on money and can be found working at his local furniture store. In a tweet the Boston Celtic baller said that he had a new job working at the furniture store. . . . Is the NBA lockout really this bad? READ MORE