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That and more in today’s roundup.

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Happy Sunday, everyone. Here’s today’s links, which are at least a little bit about basketball and a lot about other stuff.

Over at the Wall Street Journal, Ben Cohen writes about how P.J. Tucker — yes, that P.J. Tucker — finding a home explains how the NBA has changed in the past few years.

The Limited Upside podcast is back previewing all 30 teams and their Lakers episode is particularly worth your time. I’ll be on there in a few weeks time talking about the Cavs.

At SB Nation, Zito Matu writes about Neymar’s decision to leave Barca for PSG. And you thought NBA free agency was dramatic.

At DC, Jason Inman wrote about a issue of Superman that was particularly moving. Comics rule, ya’ll.

Read former FTS site manager Conrad Kaczmarek on how a basketball academy in India is teaching kids life lessons.

In the New York Times, Greg Howard talked to A$AP Ferg about how Ferg spends his Sunday’s.

FTS content you may have missed: John Wall commented on Kyrie Irving’s trade request and Cavs GM Koby Altman did an interview without mentioning Kyrie.