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Inside Yuta Watanabe's historic 3-point shooting: How Nets forward suddenly became NBA's most accurate shooter

Inside Yuta Watanabe's historic 3-point shooting: How Nets forward suddenly became NBA's most accurate shooter

With each passing game, Yuta Watanabe continues to prove that he belongs in the Nets' rotation. Though defense and energy have been his calling card thus far, the 28-year-old has unexpectedly emerged as Brooklyn’s best 3-point shooter.

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'Too small' taunt, explained: Origin story behind NBA's most disrespectful sign of trash talk

'Too small' taunt, explained: Origin story behind NBA's most disrespectful sign of trash talk

Basketball, like most other sports, is a game of strategy. In the NBA, a league where the average height of a player is 6-foot-7, much of the strategy is related to size advantages, or disadvantages, depending on how you view them.

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Lakers' LeBron James responds to Nets' Kyrie Irving's suspension over antisemitic stance

Lakers' LeBron James responds to Nets' Kyrie Irving's suspension over antisemitic stance

Kyrie Irving’s name has been prominent in the NBA news cycle at the start of the season — none of which has been related to basketball. The Nets All-Star was recently suspended for at least five games due to an antisemitic post on social media, a stance that Irving doubled down on when asked about it in the media several times.

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Ja Morant, DeMar DeRozan headline electrifying night full of highlight dunks

Ja Morant, DeMar DeRozan headline electrifying night full of highlight dunks

Wednesday night’s action around the NBA featured 26 teams and 13 games, meaning there was no shortage of highlights. With no NBA games played on Tuesday due to Election Day, players had the day off and seemingly used that time to hit some plyometric training, with multiple highlight-reel plays blowing up the Twitter timeline.

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Fans sitting courtside at Nets game wear 'Fight Antisemitism' shirts amid Kyrie Irving backlash

Fans sitting courtside at Nets game wear 'Fight Antisemitism' shirts amid Kyrie Irving backlash

A group of Jewish fans in attendance at the Nets-Pacers game in Brooklyn sat courtside wearing shirts that read “Fight Antisemitism” as Kyrie Irving continues to face backlash from his promotion of an antisemitic documentary, without context, on his Twitter account, which has 4.

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