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Ken Berger
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Attended Indiana University
Lived in West Islip, NY
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Lots of money in the system next summer, but not a lot of players worth the max. 
As the 2015 NBA free agency frenzy winds down, the league already is bracing for the free-for-all of 2016. Kevin Durant will be the biggest prize, but cap space isn't what it used to be.
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Very true.  It's amazing that team offer the max to players sometimes to outbid other teams.
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Max money was supposed to be for superstars. Now, a growing class of pseudo-stars reap the riches.
NBA max money is there to reward the best (Anthony Davis). More often it rewards the very good (Gordon Hayward) player who has leverage.
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Why did DeAndre Jordan pick the Mavs? It's complicated.
DeAndre Jordan is heading to the Mavericks, and money isn't the only factor.
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Wearable Tech in the NBA: Are any CrossFit coaches using this to monitor their athletes?
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Wearable Tech in the NBA: How much info is too much?
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The more data the better, but how much info is too much? The NBA and NBPA will have to make sure protocol and privacy keep up with technology.
The Warriors are among the growing NBA teams embracing 'wearable technology' to keep its players in top physical condition and hopefully avoid injuries.
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Pop gets his man to carry the Spurs' legacy forward.
Gregg Popovich provides Spurs fans with their own Fourth of July fireworks after hauling in the biggest free-agent target, guaranteeing to keep San Antonio's legacy very much alive.
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Should Phil Jackson trade the No. 4 pick?
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The NBA has an injury problem, and Kyrie Irving is the latest victim. How do you fix it?
Injuries have dominated this NBA season, and Kyrie Irving is the latest star to fall.
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The Cavs and Warriors both rely on data to deal with injuries. But how much information is too much?
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  • Indiana University
    Journalism/Economics, 1989 - 1993
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NBA Writer, CrossFit Level 1 Trainer.
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NBA Insider for CBSSports.com and contributor to Sports Net New York and NBA TV.
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NBA Insider, CBSSports.com
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  • CBSSports.com
    NBA Insider, 2008 - present
  • Newsday
    NBA Columnist, 2006 - 2008
  • Newsday
    Jets beat writer, 2000 - 2006
  • Associated Press
    sports writer/newsman, 1994 - 2000
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West Islip, NY - Atlanta, GA - Montgomery, AL - Cleveland, OH - Philadelphia, PA - Whitestone, NY - Bloomington, IN
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