Andre Iguodala will seriously consider other teams’ offers, according to The Vertical. But we find it hard to believe he leaves the champion Warriors.
Andre Iguodala has been one of the cornerstones of the Warriors’ foundation of dominance, but that could come to an end this summer if recent reports on his free agency are true.
The NCAA’s transfer eligibility rules are under assault. A lawsuit filed in the spring argues that the NCAA’s restrictions applied to athletes who transfer from a Division I school to another Division I school are illegal on antitrust grounds. Judges will decide if that’s true.
Hotshots beat the Meralco Bolts, 104-103, and keep their Oppo PBA Governors’ Cup campaign alive after a thrilling match on Sunday at the Mall of Asia Arena.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame will induct a new class on Friday, including three iconic players, who represented millions of outsiders just by virtue of being themselves.
The Dallas Mavericks signed free agent Yogi Ferrell last Saturday in desperation. Another 10-day contract player, Pierre Jackson, went down with a hamstring injury, and the Mavericks already were depleted at guard. Deron Williams has missed four straight games with a toe injury, J.J. Barea is continuing to miss time with a calf injury — the third time he’s hurt it this season — and on Friday, Devin Harris missed the game with illness, too.
Wins and losses aren’t the point with these teams as much as player development. Give the Wolves the edge in the player development department, as well as on the scoreboard.
In a matchup of Western Conference bottom-feeders, lots of points were scored, youth was served (at least on one side), and it was easy to see why both teams are far from being competitive. The Timberwolves pulled it out 115-108 behind strong performances from youngsters Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Zach LaVine, each of whom scored more than 20.
It's all in the planning. From Angel Reyes:
While is has been mentioned that a lot of situations had to break right for Durant to sign with the Warriors, a lot of people are still comparing it to the Heat big three.
Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia was not taken aback after seeing the replay of his hard foul on guard Russell Westbrook with seconds to go in the half of Wednesday’s 121-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
“You just move on,” Pachulia said according to ESPN’s Royce Young. “If he got hurt, that’s fine too. It’s part of the game.”
The Warriors are keeping their championship core together.
Zaza Pachulia will return to the Warriors on a one-year, $3.5 million deal, according to USA Today’s Sam Amick. Pachulia will play in his 15th year in the NBA and his second with the Warriors after winning the NBA Finals in 2017 as the starting center for Golden State.
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