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Curry overtakes LeBron for most popular jersey in NBA

Stephen Curry has surpassed LeBron James for the most popular jersey in the NBA.

The Golden State Warriors star and league MVP topped the list of jersey sales in the NBA for the first time Tuesday. With teammates Klay Thompson ranking fifth and Draymond Green at No. 15, the Warriors also led the team-merchandise sales list during the playoffs.

James, who held the top spot at the end of the regular season, dropped to second. Chicago's Derrick Rose is third and Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving is fourth.

Following the NBA champion Warriors on the team-merchandise sales list are the Cavaliers, Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs.


Pierce, Clippers agree to 3-year deal

Paul Pierce and Doc Rivers are reuniting.

A person with knowledge of the negotiations tells The Associated Press that Pierce has agreed to a three-year, $10 million deal to join the Los Angeles Clippers. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday because no contracts can be finalized until July 9 per NBA rules.

Pierce spent this past season with the Washington Wizards, and they wanted him back for a second year. But the lure of going back to Southern California -- he went to high school in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, California -- and playing for Rivers again was apparently too strong to ignore.


NBA free agency 2015 live updates.

The 2015 NBA free agency period kicked off with a flurry of activity late Tuesday night with forward Al-Farouq Aminu agreeing to a four-year, $30 million deal with the Portland Trail Blazers, while LaMarcus Aldridge's courting process began with the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets.

Here's a look at some of today's top headlines:

Paul Pierce is reuniting with Doc Rivers in Los Angeles, reportedly agreeing to a three-year, $10 million deal with the Clippers (Yahoo Sports)

Draymond Green is getting a big raise while staying with the NBA champion Golden State Warriors, agreeing on a reported five-year, $85 million deal (Yahoo Sports)



“Unfinished business” was the term Kevin Love used, more or less kicking off the first day of NBA free agency Wednesday with his announcement, via The Players’ Tribune, that he would be sticking with Cleveland Cavaliers in pursuit of LeBron James-led championships.

“Irrational exuberance,” though, was the label that came to mind as the shopping and the bidding and the spending (pledges of it, anyway, when deals actually can be consummated July 9) spiraled ever higher. That phrase was former Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan‘s, used to characterize the overheated stock market during the dot.com bubble of the 1990s.


Jose Aldo calls interim belt ‘a toy’ Conor McGregor can show his drunk friends in Ireland

Jose Aldo finally broke the silence.

The UFC featherweight champion, forced out of a UFC 189 clash with Conor McGregor with a rib injury, released a statement on his injury, the UFC’s decision to create an interim title for the winner of McGregor vs. Chad Mendes, and Dana White’s comments on him pulling out of five title fights due to injuries.

For three months, I trained three times a day. I invested my time and money, bringing training partners from Brazil and other countries, to do the best training camp of my life so I would be ready to defend by belt for the eighth time on July 11. Unfortunately, I fractured my rib during a training session, which I can prove from an official medical report, and besides trying my best to fight, I was forced the other way and that made me really sad. Only I, my family, coaches and teammates know how hard I worked to represent Brazil again.


Mayweather Jr mocks Manny Pacquiao over shoulder injury

'Money' v Pacman row not quite over...

Just when we thought the score between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao was settled...

'Money' took his flawless record to 48-0-0-KO26 with a wide points victory over Pacquiao on May 2.

The popular Filipino drew criticism in the wake of the bout for a perceived lack of work-rate and subsequently revealed he was undergoing shoulder surgery. What does Mayweather Jr make of the news?


Bernard Hopkins looking for one more meaningful fight before retiring

Former two division world champion Bernard Hopkins (55-7-2, 32 KOs) says he’ll be returning to the ring in the near future against a prominent fighter before stepping away from the sport.

Hopkins, 50, hasn’t fought since November of last year when he was beaten by Sergey Kovalev by a 12 round unanimous decision. Following that loss, Hopkins was hoping to get a fight against former IBF/WBA super middleweight champion Carl Froch, but he failed to take the fight with him.

“Unlike my business partner Oscar De La Hoya I’ll be confirming that I’m not retired, I’m looking to make one more historical, meaningful fight before I close out my 27 year career,” Hopkins said to Fox Sports.


Cotto wants 155, Canelo 156 for catch-weight

While WBC middleweight champion Miguel Cotto (40-4, 33 KOs) and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (45-1-1, 32 KOs) are both in agreement as far as there being the need for a catch-weight for their November fight, they’re not in agreement to the actual weight for their pay-per-view contest on HBO. Cotto wants the lower catch-weight of 155lbs, whereas Canelo prefers the slightly higher weight of 156lbs, according to ESPN Deportes.

It makes sense for Cotto to make it as low as possible because Canelo rehydrates into the mid-170s, and that’s 20 pounds. For most fighters, it’s really hard on them to take that kind of weight off, but Canelo has been doing it for a while now, and he doesn’t seem to have any problems with yet.


The latest on J.R. Smith, Dwyane Wade, Eric Bledsoe and more

There's no need to wait until free agency officially begins. The rumor mill around the NBA has already started to churn and many around the league expect a flurry of activity in July.

Here's what's happening around the league.

J.R. Smith's demands: The deadline passed on draft night and the Cavs were given no indication from J.R. Smith. By default, that meant Smith was opting out of his contract for 2015-16 that would've paid him $6.4 million. Smith's career was resurrected in Cleveland during a dazzling second half of the season before he had playoff moments that show why teams have hesitated to invest in the past.

But the rough ending to his Cavaliers' run doesn't change one thing: Smith wants a new contract and a pretty hefty one, according to a tweet from Joe Kotoch of Sheridan Hoops.


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