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Tue Jul 900:28T-wolves finalize acquisition of 6 players, including LaymanJarrett CulverSGTimberwolvesFree Agent
Treveon GrahamSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Cameron JohnsonSFSunsFree Agent
Jake LaymanSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Shabazz NapierPGTimberwolvesFree Agent
D'Angelo RussellPGWarriorsFree Agent
Dario SaricPFSunsFree Agent
Noah VonlehPFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Tyrone WallacePGTimberwolvesFree Agent
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Timberwolves have finalized the acquisition of six players for roster depth and reserve roles, including a sign-and-trade deal with Portland for forward Jake Layman.The Timberwolves then completed a trade with Golden State as part of the deal that sent D'Angelo Russell from Brooklyn to the Warriors, bringing guard Shabazz Napier and forward Treveon Graham to Minnesota for the rights to Israeli forward Lior Eliyahu. The Wolves also announced Monday the signing of free agent forward Noah Vonleh and rookie guard Jarrett Culver and the claiming of guard Tyrone Wallace off waivers from the Los Angeles Clippers.Most of the deals were agreed to last week before the NBA's free agency moratorium was lifted. Culver, the No. 6 overall pick from Texas Tech, was acquired from Phoenix in the draft-day deal that sent No. 11 pick Cameron Johnson and forward Dario Saric to the Suns.Vonleh signed a one-year, $2 million contract. Layman, who was acquired for the rights to Montenegrin forward Bojan Dubljevic, received a three-year, $11.5 million deal.___More AP NBA coverage: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Tue Jul 900:28Undrafted Clemons making impression in Vegas Summer LeagueNickeil Alexander-WalkerSGPelicansFree Agent
Chris BoucherPFRaptorsFree Agent
Amida BrimahCPacersFree Agent
Bruce BrownSGPistonsFree Agent
Semaj ChristonPGThunderFree Agent
Antonius ClevelandSGMavericksFree Agent
Matt CostelloPFSpursFree Agent
Mitchell CreekSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Milton DoylePGNetsFree Agent
Carsen EdwardsPGCelticsFree Agent
Drew EubanksPFSpursFree Agent
Jawun EvansPGThunderFree Agent
Kyle GuyNAKingsFree Agent
Rui HachimuraSFWizardsFree Agent
Kevin HerveySFThunderFree Agent
Aaron HolidayPGPacersFree Agent
Alize JohnsonPFPacersFree Agent
Jalen JonesSGCavaliersFree Agent
Jordan LoydPGRaptorsFree Agent
Jordan McLaughlinSGTimberwolvesFree Agent
Dzanan MusaPFNetsFree Agent
Cameron PaynePGRaptorsFree Agent
Hollis ThompsonSF76ersFree Agent
Matisse ThybulleSF76ersFree Agent
Jarrod UthoffSFMavericksFree Agent
Coby WhitePGBullsFree Agent
Zion WilliamsonSFPelicansFree Agent
Dylan WindlerSGCavaliersFree Agent
With Zion Williamson and Ja Morant out with injuries and R.J. Barrett struggling, the opportunity has presented itself for lesser-known players to get noticed during Las Vegas Summer League.Chris Clemons, an undrafted rookie from Campbell, has made an impact. In a loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday, he scored 25 points on 9-for-20 shooting , made 7 of 13 3-pointers and launched his muscular 5-foot-9 frame for an alley-oop. The next day, he scored 22 points and made 5 of 11 3-pointers in a loss to Portland.He ranked third overall in Las Vegas scoring after Sunday's games — not bad for someone who wasn't even invited to the draft combine."I know I can play with these guys at this level," Clemons said.He just needs one NBA team to agree.Clemons achieved notoriety for his college scoring, leading the nation with 30 points per game this past season. He tied for the scoring title and won MVP honors at the Portsmouth Invitational in April, then earned an invitation to the G League Sel... [More]
Tue Jul 900:08Undrafted Clemons making impression in Vegas Summer LeagueNickeil Alexander-WalkerSGPelicansFree Agent
Chris BoucherPFRaptorsFree Agent
Amida BrimahCPacersFree Agent
Bruce BrownSGPistonsFree Agent
Semaj ChristonPGThunderFree Agent
Antonius ClevelandSGMavericksFree Agent
Matt CostelloPFSpursFree Agent
Mitchell CreekSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Milton DoylePGNetsFree Agent
Carsen EdwardsPGCelticsFree Agent
Drew EubanksPFSpursFree Agent
Jawun EvansPGThunderFree Agent
Kyle GuyNAKingsFree Agent
Rui HachimuraSFWizardsFree Agent
Kevin HerveySFThunderFree Agent
Aaron HolidayPGPacersFree Agent
Alize JohnsonPFPacersFree Agent
Jalen JonesSGCavaliersFree Agent
Jordan LoydPGRaptorsFree Agent
Jordan McLaughlinSGTimberwolvesFree Agent
Dzanan MusaPFNetsFree Agent
Cameron PaynePGRaptorsFree Agent
Hollis ThompsonSF76ersFree Agent
Matisse ThybulleSF76ersFree Agent
Jarrod UthoffSFMavericksFree Agent
Coby WhitePGBullsFree Agent
Zion WilliamsonSFPelicansFree Agent
Dylan WindlerSGCavaliersFree Agent
With Zion Williamson and Ja Morant out with injuries and R.J. Barrett struggling, the opportunity has presented itself for lesser-known players to get noticed during Las Vegas Summer League.Chris Clemons, an undrafted rookie from Campbell, has made an impact. In a loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday, he scored 25 points on 9-for-20 shooting , made 7 of 13 3-pointers and launched his muscular 5-foot-9 frame for an alley-oop. The next day, he scored 22 points and made 5 of 11 3-pointers in a loss to Portland.He ranked third overall in Las Vegas scoring after Sunday's games — not bad for someone who wasn't even invited to the draft combine."I know I can play with these guys at this level," Clemons said.He just needs one NBA team to agree.Clemons achieved notoriety for his college scoring, leading the nation with 30 points per game this past season. He tied for the scoring title and won MVP honors at the Portsmouth Invitational in April, then earned an invitation to the G League Sel... [More]
Mon Jul 822:18Undrafted Clemons making impression in Vegas Summer LeagueChris BoucherPFRaptorsFree Agent
Amida BrimahCPacersFree Agent
Bruce BrownSGPistonsFree Agent
Semaj ChristonPGThunderFree Agent
Antonius ClevelandSGMavericksFree Agent
Matt CostelloPFSpursFree Agent
Milton DoylePGNetsFree Agent
Carsen EdwardsPGCelticsFree Agent
Drew EubanksPFSpursFree Agent
Jawun EvansPGThunderFree Agent
Kyle GuyNAKingsFree Agent
Rui HachimuraSFWizardsFree Agent
Kevin HerveySFThunderFree Agent
Aaron HolidayPGPacersFree Agent
Alize JohnsonPFPacersFree Agent
Jalen JonesSGCavaliersFree Agent
Jordan LoydPGRaptorsFree Agent
Dzanan MusaPFNetsFree Agent
Cameron PaynePGRaptorsFree Agent
Hollis ThompsonSF76ersFree Agent
Matisse ThybulleSF76ersFree Agent
Jarrod UthoffSFMavericksFree Agent
Zion WilliamsonSFPelicansFree Agent
Dylan WindlerSGCavaliersFree Agent
With Zion Williamson and Ja Morant out with injuries and R.J. Barrett struggling, the opportunity has presented itself for lesser-known players to get noticed during Las Vegas Summer League.Chris Clemons, an undrafted rookie from Campbell, has made an impact. In a loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday, he scored 25 points on 9-for-20 shooting , made 7 of 13 3-pointers and launched his muscular 5-foot-9 frame for an alley-oop. The next day, he scored 22 points and made 5 of 11 3-pointers in a loss to Portland.He ranked third overall in Las Vegas scoring after Sunday's games — not bad for someone who wasn't even invited to the draft combine."I know I can play with these guys at this level," Clemons said.He just needs one NBA team to agree.Clemons achieved notoriety for his college scoring, leading the nation with 30 points per game this past season. He tied for the scoring title and won MVP honors at the Portsmouth Invitational in April, then earned an invitation to the G League Sel... [More]
Mon Jul 821:38Mavs finalize sign-and-trade with Grizzlies to add WrightLuka DoncicPFMavericksFree Agent
Danny GreenSGLakersFree Agent
Delon WrightPGMavericksFree Agent
DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas Mavericks have finalized a deal to acquire guard Delon Wright from Memphis in a sign-and-trade agreement for the restricted free agent.The Grizzlies get two second-round draft picks and the rights to Satnam Singh in the deal announced Monday. Four years ago, the Mavericks made Singh the first player born in India to be drafted when they took him late in the second round.The Mavericks and Wright have agreed on a $29 million, three-year contract as part of the trade. Dallas acquired Wright after losing out on free-agent target Danny Green, who chose the Los Angeles Lakers.Wright could start alongside NBA Rookie of the Year Luka Doncic in the Dallas backcourt. The 27-year-old Wright averaged 12.2 points, nearly five points above his career average, in 26 games with the Grizzlies last season after joining them in a trade with Toronto.___More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Mon Jul 820:58Undrafted Clemons making impression in Vegas Summer LeagueAmida BrimahCPacersFree Agent
Bruce BrownSGPistonsFree Agent
Semaj ChristonPGThunderFree Agent
Antonius ClevelandSGMavericksFree Agent
Matt CostelloPFSpursFree Agent
Milton DoylePGNetsFree Agent
Jawun EvansPGThunderFree Agent
Rui HachimuraSFWizardsFree Agent
Kevin HerveySFThunderFree Agent
Aaron HolidayPGPacersFree Agent
Alize JohnsonPFPacersFree Agent
Jalen JonesSGCavaliersFree Agent
Dzanan MusaPFNetsFree Agent
Cameron PaynePGRaptorsFree Agent
Hollis ThompsonSF76ersFree Agent
Matisse ThybulleSF76ersFree Agent
Jarrod UthoffSFMavericksFree Agent
Zion WilliamsonSFPelicansFree Agent
With Zion Williamson and Ja Morant out with injuries and R.J. Barrett struggling, the opportunity has presented itself for lesser-known players to get noticed during Las Vegas Summer League.Chris Clemons, an undrafted rookie from Campbell, has made an impact. In a loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Saturday, he scored 25 points on 9-for-20 shooting , made 7 of 13 3-pointers and launched his muscular 5-foot-9 frame for an alley-oop. The next day, he scored 22 points and made 5 of 11 3-pointers in a loss to Portland.He ranked third overall in Las Vegas scoring after Sunday's games — not bad for someone who wasn't even invited to the draft combine."I know I can play with these guys at this level," Clemons said.He just needs one NBA team to agree.Clemons achieved notoriety for his college scoring, leading the nation with 30 points per game this past season. He tied for the scoring title and won MVP honors at the Portsmouth Invitational in April, then earned an invitation to the G League Sel... [More]
Mon Jul 818:38Nuggets acquire Jerami Grant from Thunder for draft pickPaul GeorgeSFClippersFree Agent
Jerami GrantPFNuggetsFree Agent
Nikola JokicCNuggetsFree Agent
Paul MillsapPFNuggetsFree Agent
Jamal MurrayPGNuggetsFree Agent
Michael PorterSFNuggetsFree Agent
DENVER (AP) — Jerami Grant gives Denver another power forward who can do a little bit of everything.The Oklahoma City Thunder obtained yet another first-round pick, which allows them to do a little bit of anything.The Nuggets bolstered their front court by acquiring the 25-year-old Grant from the Thunder on Monday for a 2020 first-round pick. ESPN first reported the deal.It's an additional first-round selection for the Thunder, who are in line for at least four more assuming the blockbuster deal that sends Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers goes through. It would also give Oklahoma City the rights to as many as 13 first-round picks over the next seven drafts.The 6-foot-9, 220-pound Grant is coming off a breakout season that saw him set career highs in points (13.6) and rebounds (5.2). He shot 49.7% from the field and 39.2% from 3-point range. On the defensive end, he displayed his versatility by blocking 100 shots and recording 61 steals.Originally a second-round pick by Philade... [More]
Mon Jul 815:38AP Sources: Nuggets acquire Jerami Grant from ThunderPaul GeorgeSFClippersFree Agent
Jerami GrantPFNuggetsFree Agent
Nikola JokicCNuggetsFree Agent
Paul MillsapPFNuggetsFree Agent
Jamal MurrayPGNuggetsFree Agent
Michael PorterSFNuggetsFree Agent
DENVER (AP) — Jerami Grant gives Denver another power forward who can do a little bit of everything.The Oklahoma City Thunder obtained yet another first-round pick, which allows them to do a little bit of anything.The Nuggets bolstered their front court by acquiring the 25-year-old Grant from the Thunder on Monday for a 2020 first-round pick, two people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the trade hasn't been approved by league officials. ESPN first reported the deal.It's an additional first-round selection for the Thunder, who are in line for at least four more assuming the blockbuster deal that sends Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers goes through. It would also give Oklahoma City the rights to as many as 13 first-round picks over the next seven drafts.The 6-foot-9, 220-pound Grant is coming off a breakout season that saw him set career highs in points (13.6) and rebounds (5.2). He shot 49.7% from the field and 39.2% from 3-... [More]
Mon Jul 814:18AP Sources: Nuggets acquire Jerami Grant from ThunderPaul GeorgeSFClippersFree Agent
Jerami GrantPFNuggetsFree Agent
DENVER (AP) — Two people familiar with the situation say the Oklahoma City Thunder have traded forward Jerami Grant to the Denver Nuggets for a 2020 first-round draft pick.The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Monday because the trade hasn't been approved by league officials. ESPN first reported the deal. It's another first-round selection for the Thunder, who are in line for at least four more assuming the blockbuster deal that sends Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers goes through.It would also give Oklahoma City the rights to as many as 13 first-round picks over the next seven drafts.Grant is coming off a season in which he averaged a career-high 13.6 points and 5.2 rebounds.___AP Sports Writer Cliff Brunt contributed to this report.
Sun Jul 720:58AP source: Mavs get Wright from Grizzlies in sign-and-tradeLuka DoncicPFMavericksFree Agent
Marc GasolCRaptorsFree Agent
Danny GreenSGLakersFree Agent
Kawhi LeonardSFClippersFree Agent
Delon WrightPGMavericksFree Agent
DALLAS (AP) — A person with direct knowledge of the deal says the Dallas Mavericks have acquired guard Delon Wright from the Memphis Grizzlies in a sign-and-trade agreement that could make the restricted free agent a starter alongside rookie of the year Luka Doncic.Wright and the Mavericks have agreed on a $29 million, three-year contract, agent Greg Lawrence said Sunday. The Grizzlies will get two second-round picks in the trade, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal hasn't been announced.The move by the Mavericks comes after they missed out on free agent target Danny Green, a shooting guard and strong defender who agreed on a contract with the Los Angeles Lakers after former Toronto teammate Kawhi Leonard chose the LA Clippers over returning to the Raptors.The 6-foot-5 Wright has a chance to be a solid complement to Doncic because of his versatility on defense. The 27-year-old was chosen 20th overall in the first round by the Raptors in 201... [More]
Sun Jul 715:58Suns trade Jackson and Melton to GrizzliesJevon CarterPGSunsFree Agent
Josh JacksonSGGrizzliesFree Agent
De'Anthony MeltonPGGrizzliesFree Agent
PHOENIX (AP) — The Phoenix Suns have traded Josh Jackson and De'Anthony Melton to the Memphis Grizzlies for guards Jevon Carter and Kyle Korver.Phoenix also parted with a 2020 second-round pick and a conditional 2021 second-round selection in Sunday's deal.The move marks an abrupt end to Jackson's tenure in the desert.The No. 4 overall pick of 2017 NBA draft, Jackson was expected to lead the Suns back to the playoffs. He never quite lived up to the hype, averaging 12.3 points in two seasons. He also was detained this summer when police say he refused to leave a music festival VIP area he had entered without a pass.Carter played 39 games with the Grizzlies as a rookie last season.Korver's contact is expected to be bought out by Phoenix.___More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Sun Jul 707:58Wizards acquire Bertans from Spurs in 3-team deal with NetsDavis BertansPFWizardsFree Agent
DeMarre CarrollSFSpursFree Agent
WASHINGTON (AP) — Forward Davis Bertans has been traded to the Washington Wizards by San Antonio as part of a three-team deal that allowed the Spurs to acquire DeMarre Carroll from the Brooklyn Nets.The 6-foot-10, 225-pound Bertans ranked sixth in the NBA last season in 3-point shooting percentage, making 42.9 percent of his attempts. He averaged 8.0 points and 3.5 rebounds for San Antonio.Bertans was a second-round draft pick in 2011, but the Latvian played professionally in Europe until joining San Antonio in 2016. His brother, Dairis, is with the New Orleans Pelicans.Carroll agreed to a $12 million, two-year contract with the Spurs.The Wizards sent the draft rights to forward Aaron White to Brooklyn in the trade. Washington took White in the second round in 2015 and he has been playing overseas.Washington announced the swap after new league year officially opened Saturday.___More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Sat Jul 623:48Analysis: It's a new day in the NBA, and a welcomed changeGiannis AntetokounmpoPFBucksFree Agent
Patrick BeverleyPGClippersFree Agent
Jimmy ButlerSGHeatFree Agent
Mike ConleyPGJazzFree Agent
DeMarcus CousinsCLakersFree Agent
Anthony DavisCLakersFree Agent
Luka DoncicPFMavericksFree Agent
Danny GreenSGLakersFree Agent
James HardenSGRocketsFree Agent
Al HorfordC76ersFree Agent
Kevin HuerterSGHawksFree Agent
Kyrie IrvingPGNetsFree Agent
LeBron JamesPFLakersFree Agent
Kevin DurantSFNetsFree Agent
Kawhi LeonardSFClippersFree Agent
Damian LillardPGTrailblazersFree Agent
JaVale McGeeCLakersFree Agent
Khris MiddletonSFBucksFree Agent
Donovan MitchellSGJazzFree Agent
Chris PaulPGThunderFree Agent
Kristaps PorzingisPFMavericksFree Agent
Josh RichardsonSF76ersFree Agent
Rajon RondoPGLakersFree Agent
Dwyane WadeSGHeatFree Agent
Zion WilliamsonSFPelicansFree Agent
Trae YoungPGHawksFree Agent
LAS VEGAS (AP) — There is no favorite.This is what the NBA wanted. And needed.The biggest piece of valid criticism about the league in recent years has been it's predictable. Golden State got to the last five NBA Finals. LeBron James had made it there eight years in a row, four with Miami and then four more with Cleveland. Brooklyn used to be the 'other' team in New York, and the Clippers used to be the 'other' team in Los Angeles.No more.Welcome to a new NBA. If you think the Clippers can win it all next season, or the Lakers, or Utah, or Philadelphia, or Milwaukee, or Houston, or Denver, or even Golden State and maybe a few others, you're right.Technically, there is a favorite: The sports books in Las Vegas, after hearing the news that Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are heading to the Clippers, listed them as the best bet Saturday to win the 2020 NBA championship. Yes, the Clippers. A team that has won exactly four playoff series since moving to Los Angeles in 1984. A team that had ... [More]
Sat Jul 622:48Jazz, Pistons win as NBA Summer League action resumesTony BradleyCJazzFree Agent
Bruce BrownSGPistonsFree Agent
Bruno CabocloSFGrizzliesFree Agent
Bonzie ColsonSFBucksFree Agent
Hamidou DialloSGThunderFree Agent
Keenan EvansPGPistonsFree Agent
Aaron HolidayPGPacersFree Agent
Mfiondu KabengelePFClippersFree Agent
Romeo LangfordSGCelticsFree Agent
Nassir LittleSFTrailblazersFree Agent
Jordan SibertPGHawksFree Agent
Anfernee SimonsSGTrailblazersFree Agent
Zhaire SmithSG76ersFree Agent
Matisse ThybulleSF76ersFree Agent
Yuta WatanabeSFGrizzliesFree Agent
Grant WilliamsPFCelticsFree Agent
Joe YoungPGPacersFree Agent
Tony Bradley had 19 points and 14 rebounds and the Utah Jazz defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 78-68 on Saturday as NBA Summer League play resumed in Las Vegas one day after an earthquake in the area forced two games to be shortened and another to be canceled.The NBA Summer League games are being played at two venues on the UNLV campus — the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion. The NBA said a survey was completed by two separate independent structural engineers on Saturday, which determined the facilities were safe.The overhead scoreboard at the Thomas & Mack Center swayed during the quake, which caused major concern about safety. The floor in the Cox arena sustained minor damage that was repaired.Bradley was 9 of 14 to lead the Jazz to a win at the Cox Pavilion. Justin Wright-Foreman and Miye Oni each had 14 points for the Jazz (1-0).Oklahoma city (0-1) was led by 20 points from Hamidou Diallo and 11 points and 12 rebounds from Kevin Hervey.PISTONS 93, TRAIL BLAZERS 73Ove... [More]
Sat Jul 622:38Zion Williamson out for summer league with bruised kneeZion WilliamsonSFPelicansFree Agent
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Zion Williamson's summer league is over.The New Orleans Pelicans announced Saturday that the No. 1 pick in this year's NBA draft will not play any more at the Summer League in Las Vegas because of a bruised left knee. The team stressed the move is precautionary."Zion will move forward from this incident without issue," Pelicans Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations David Griffin said. "However, in an abundance of caution, we have made the determination that he will not appear in game action for the remainder of the NBA Summer League."Williamson's presence helped the Summer League sell out its opening day Friday and reach another sellout Saturday — when he was scheduled to play in his second game of the summer against Washington.Instead, he was watching from the bench area in a polo shirt and not a jersey. That'll be his game-time role until the NBA preseason starts in October.Every seat in the lower bowl of the Thomas & Mack Center was taken Friday ... [More]
Sat Jul 622:38Jazz, Pistons win as NBA Summer League action resumesTony BradleyCJazzFree Agent
Bruce BrownSGPistonsFree Agent
Bruno CabocloSFGrizzliesFree Agent
Bonzie ColsonSFBucksFree Agent
Hamidou DialloSGThunderFree Agent
Keenan EvansPGPistonsFree Agent
Aaron HolidayPGPacersFree Agent
Mfiondu KabengelePFClippersFree Agent
Romeo LangfordSGCelticsFree Agent
Nassir LittleSFTrailblazersFree Agent
Jordan SibertPGHawksFree Agent
Anfernee SimonsSGTrailblazersFree Agent
Zhaire SmithSG76ersFree Agent
Matisse ThybulleSF76ersFree Agent
Yuta WatanabeSFGrizzliesFree Agent
Grant WilliamsPFCelticsFree Agent
Joe YoungPGPacersFree Agent
Tony Bradley had 19 points and 14 rebounds and the Utah Jazz defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 78-68 on Saturday as NBA Summer League play resumed in Las Vegas one day after an earthquake in the area forced two games to be shortened and another to be canceled.The NBA Summer League games are being played at two venues — the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion at UNLV. The NBA said a survey was completed by two separate independent structural engineers on Saturday, which determined the facilities were safe.The overhead scoreboard at the Thomas & Mack Center swayed during the quake, which caused major concern about safety. The floor in the Cox arena sustained minor damage that was repaired.Bradley was 9 of 14 to lead the Jazz to a win at the Cox Pavilion. Justin Wright-Foreman and Miye Oni each had 14 points for the Jazz (1-0).Oklahoma city (0-1) was led by 20 points from Hamidou Diallo and 11 points and 12 rebounds from Kevin Hervey.PISTONS 93, TRAIL BLAZERS 73Over at the Th... [More]
Sat Jul 618:48Analysis: It's a new day in the NBA, and a welcomed changeGiannis AntetokounmpoPFBucksFree Agent
Patrick BeverleyPGClippersFree Agent
Jimmy ButlerSGHeatFree Agent
Mike ConleyPGJazzFree Agent
DeMarcus CousinsCLakersFree Agent
Anthony DavisCLakersFree Agent
Luka DoncicPFMavericksFree Agent
Danny GreenSGLakersFree Agent
James HardenSGRocketsFree Agent
Al HorfordC76ersFree Agent
Kevin HuerterSGHawksFree Agent
Kyrie IrvingPGNetsFree Agent
LeBron JamesPFLakersFree Agent
Kevin DurantSFNetsFree Agent
Kawhi LeonardSFClippersFree Agent
Damian LillardPGTrailblazersFree Agent
JaVale McGeeCLakersFree Agent
Khris MiddletonSFBucksFree Agent
Donovan MitchellSGJazzFree Agent
Chris PaulPGThunderFree Agent
Kristaps PorzingisPFMavericksFree Agent
Josh RichardsonSF76ersFree Agent
Rajon RondoPGLakersFree Agent
Dwyane WadeSGHeatFree Agent
Zion WilliamsonSFPelicansFree Agent
Trae YoungPGHawksFree Agent
LAS VEGAS (AP) — There is no favorite.This is what the NBA wanted. And needed.The biggest piece of valid criticism about the league in recent years has been its predictable. Golden State got to the last five NBA Finals. LeBron James had made it there eight years in a row, four with Miami and then four more with Cleveland. Brooklyn used to be the 'other' team in New York, and the Clippers used to be the 'other' team in Los Angeles.No more.Welcome to a new NBA. If you think the Clippers can win it all next season, or the Lakers, or Utah, or Philadelphia, or Milwaukee, or Houston, or Denver, or even Golden State and maybe a few others, you're right.Technically, there is a favorite: The sports books in Las Vegas, after hearing the news that Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are heading to the Clippers, listed them as the best bet Saturday to win the 2020 NBA championship. Yes, the Clippers. A team that has won exactly four playoff series since moving to Los Angeles in 1984. A team that had 1... [More]
Sat Jul 617:48Jazz, Pistons win as NBA Summer League action resumesTony BradleyCJazzFree Agent
Bruce BrownSGPistonsFree Agent
Hamidou DialloSGThunderFree Agent
Nassir LittleSFTrailblazersFree Agent
Anfernee SimonsSGTrailblazersFree Agent
Tony Bradley had 19 points and 14 rebounds and the Utah Jazz defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 78-68 on Saturday as NBA Summer League play resumed in Las Vegas one day after an earthquake in the area forced two games to be shortened and another to be canceled.The NBA Summer League games are being played at two venues — the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion at UNLV. The NBA said a survey was completed by two separate independent structural engineers on Saturday, which determined the facilities were safe.The overhead scoreboard at the Thomas & Mack Center swayed during the quake, which caused major concern about safety. The floor in the Cox arena sustained minor damage that was repaired.Bradley was 9 of 14 to lead the Jazz to a win at the Cox Pavilion. Justin Wright-Foreman and Miye Oni each had 14 points for the Jazz (1-0).Oklahoma city (0-1) was led by 20 points from Hamidou Diallo and 11 points and 12 rebounds from Kevin Hervey.PISTONS 93, TRAIL BLAZERS 73Over at the Th... [More]
Sat Jul 617:18Grizzlies to retire Conley's No. 11 jerseyMike ConleyPGJazzFree Agent
The Memphis Grizzlies plan to retire Mike Conley's No. 11 jersey.Conley played for Memphis for 12 seasons before he was traded to Utah in a move that was approved by the NBA on Saturday.Grizzlies Owner Robert J. Pera says in a release that Conley "represented the Grizzlies and the City of Memphis with true heart and class during his 12 seasons. His talent, determination and resilience elevated our team to a perennial playoff contender, and his altruism and sportsmanship helped shape the community focused nature of our franchise."The 31-year-old Conley averaged 21.1 points and 6.4 assists in 70 games in his last season with the Grizzlies.___More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Sat Jul 616:58Zion Williamson out for summer league with bruised kneeZion WilliamsonSFPelicansFree Agent
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Zion Williamson's summer league is over.The New Orleans Pelicans announced Saturday that the No. 1 pick in this year's NBA draft will not play any more at the Summer League in Las Vegas because of a bruised left knee. The team stressed the move is precautionary."Zion will move forward from this incident without issue," Pelicans Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations David Griffin said. "However, in an abundance of caution, we have made the determination that he will not appear in game action for the remainder of the NBA Summer League."Williamson's presence helped the Summer League sell out its opening day Friday and reach another sellout Saturday — when Williamson was scheduled to play in his second game of the summer against Washington.There appeared to be a quick impact on the resale markets: Tickets that were going for more than $300 apiece on Friday for the session that included the Pelicans' game against No. 3 pick RJ Barrett and the New York Knicks... [More]
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