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How the NBA picked the barbers for the bubble
NBA players can't leave the bubble to get a haircut, so the league and the union are bringing barbers from all over the country to Orlando, Florida.[read more]

Jackson: Used 'wrong words' in DeSean defense
Stephen Jackson said he could have been clearer in his defense of DeSean Jackson but told CNN that his comments had nothing to do with defending anti-Semitism.[read more]

Sources: Short-handed Nets acquire vet Crawford
Veteran guard Jamal Crawford has agreed to a deal with the undermanned Brooklyn Nets, sources confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

Pelicans' Gentry cleared for Orlando, sources say
Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry, one of the NBA staff members undergoing further scrutiny before heading into the Orlando bubble, has been cleared to travel with the team for the season restart, sources say.[read more]

Source: Kawhi delays Fla. trip for family matter
Kawhi Leonard was granted permission by the Clippers to travel to Orlando, Florida, on his own, taking several days to tend to a family matter, a source confirmed to ESPN. Yahoo Sports first reported that Leonard didn't make the trip on Wednesday.[read more]

Spurs' Mills giving salary to BLM, other causes
Spurs guard Patty Mills has decided to donate the rest of his 2019-20 salary to social justice organizations when the season resumes.[read more]

'Equality' most dominant message for NBA jerseys
"Equality" is the most popular social justice message players have chosen to use on the backs of their NBA jerseys so far during the league's upcoming restart, NBPA executive director Michele Roberts told ESPN on Wednesday. "Black Lives Matter" is second.[read more]

How quickly can players get into 'game shape'?
With mere weeks before the season restarts, players must overcome a lack of court time with one another.[read more]

Rating our confidence in the top 10 teams in the NBA restart
How well will the top teams in the NBA restart answer their big questions?[read more]

From the archives: How former ref Tim Donaghy conspired to fix NBA games
On the anniversary of Tim Donaghy's resignation from the NBA, ESPN revisits how the disgraced referee conspired to fix NBA games, whom he did it with and the untold millions that flowed from the conspiracy.[read more]