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Best sights, sounds, and quotes from 2018 NBA Media Days

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LeBron James (NBA Getty Images)

With Opening Night just over three weeks away, only a few things remain before NBA action returns: media day, training camp, and preseason games.

As the Dallas Mavericks and Philadelphia 76ers head to China for preseason games, they were the first two teams to hold their media days on Friday, Sept. 21. On Monday, Sept. 24, the rest of the league held their media days, building even more anticipation for the upcoming season.

From old faces in new places to sound bites from the league's biggest stars, here is the best from 2018 NBA media days across the league.

Los Angeles Lakers

Golden State Warriors

Toronto Raptors

San Antonio Spurs

Boston Celtics

Houston Rockets

Oklahoma City Thunder

Milwaukee Bucks

Los Angeles Clippers

shai-gilgeous-alexander-092418-ftr-gettyNew Orleans Pelicans

Charlotte Hornets

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