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JOBS (National)

Public Affairs Associate – Minnesota Timberwolves (Minneapolis, MN) http://nbateamjobs.teamworkonline.com

Senior Director, Business Development – Golden State Warriors (Oakland, CA) http://nbateamjobs.teamworkonline.com

INTERNSHIPS (National)

Season Ticket Service Internship – Spurs Sports and Entertainment (San Antonio, TX) http://nbateamjobs.teamworkonline.com

James Longing for Past

Has the NBA gotten too big? LeBron James seems to think so. Speaking to reporters in Phoenix December 24, the Miami Heat star reflected on a time when the league had less teams. “How can it be bad for basketball when you have guys who want to win playing on the same team?” asked James, . . . → Read More: James Longing for Past

Flynn Returns to Timberwolves

Jonny Flynn is back in the NBA. Chosen sixth overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves last year, Flynn has been recalled from the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBA Developmental League. In one game with Sioux Falls, the Niagara Falls native had eight points, nine assists and two steals. As a rookie in 2009-10, Flynn averaged . . . → Read More: Flynn Returns to Timberwolves

Sloan, Jazz Close to Extension

Jerry Sloan won’t be hitting the road, at least not with a new team. In his 23rd season as the head coach of the Utah Jazz, Sloan is on the verge of extending his contract with the NBA organization. His current deal expires at the end of this year. “It’s pretty much done, as far . . . → Read More: Sloan, Jazz Close to Extension

Fazekas Returning to Reno

Nick Fazekas is heading home. A 6-foot-11 forward out of the University of Nevada, Reno, Fazekas was taken first overall by the Reno Bighorns in the 2010 NBA Developmental League Draft. The New Mexico Thunderbirds, picking second, selected Michigan State’s Alan Anderson. Magnum Rolle, a 6-foot-11 center, went to Maine with the third selection. Drafted . . . → Read More: Fazekas Returning to Reno