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NBA organizations prepared to chase some major names

Dirk Nowitzki

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The people of Cleveland burned LeBron James’ jersey when he jilted the Cavaliers four years ago. They cursed his name and swore he was no son of theirs any longer. They cheered his defeats on South Beach with more enthusiasm than they cheered his victories on the shores of Lake Erie.
And now they’d do anything to get him back.
Such is the conflict facing teams across the league with free agency having opened at midnight Eastern on Tuesday.
Even after the San Antonio Spurs dethroned James and the two-time defending champion Mimi Heat with a max contract-shunning, throwback ...

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