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NBA Trade Rumors: Houston Rockets’ Dwight Howard Set To Replace Joakim Noah In Chicago Bulls? – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Recent NBA trade rumors have noted on Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard joining in Chicago Bulls next season for Joakim Noah. After the Houston Rockets bowed out early in the playoffs against Golden State Warriors and the growing animosity between Dwight Howard and James Harden, it looks certain Howard is heading to exit. Many teams have


NBA Trade Rumors 2016: Derrick Rose To Leave The Chicago Bulls After Draft? – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Chicago Bulls have gone through a series of unfortunate events involving both the organization and the players last season. Talks of trades and free agencies emerged and the Bulls’ star Derrick Rose has been rumored to leave. In the middle of Rose’s prime, he suffered a major knee injury and since then, his career has


LeBron James Prefers To Face Dwayne Wade And Miami Heat In NBA Playoffs – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James said he prefers to face close pal Dwayne Wade and former team Miami Heat in the next round of NBA playoffs. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat are on collision course for a showdown should they beat Atlanta Hawks and Toronto Raptors in their own respective second round Eastern Conference


Golden State Warriors' Ace Stephen Curry Makes NBA History with his back-to-back MVP Award – Hall Of Fame Magazine

In today’s basketball standards, there is no denying that Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is revolutionizing an unbelievable and higher level of basketball skills among the game’s hybrids in the NBA today. On top of that, it is globally recognized that he is also breaking records and making history. Steph Curry is now the NBA’s

Leaving Golden State Warriors For L.A. Lakers A Hard One For Luke Walton – Hall Of Fame Magazine

Golden State assistant coach Luke Walton leaves Warriors to join the L.A. Lakers as head coach next season. Marc Stein of ESPN reveals the L.A. Lakers lured Luke Walton away from Golden State with a five-year contract pegged at $5 million to $6 million annually, with incentives based on team achievements. Walton, who will finish

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