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Fear The Sword Jul 19, 2016

Larry Sanders is interested in a return and the Cavs should be interested

The Cavs would be wise to take a chance on Larry Sanders. When Larry Sanders walked away from his contract worth $27 million on February 26th, 2015 it sent shock-waves throughout the NBA community. For a relatively healthy player to give up so much guaranteed money was relatively unheard of, especially one with as much talent and ability as Sanders. Sanders left the NBA 27 games into the 2014-2015 NBA season while averaging 12 points, 10.2 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per 36 minutes. His reasons for leaving were numerous, but the driving force appeared to be battles with depression and anxiety....
Blazersedge Jul 7, 2016

Larry Sanders Working Out in California, NBA Teams Interested

The 6'11" center was one of the NBA's best rim protectors before leaving the league in 2015. Former Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders has been seen working out in California. According to Basketball Insider Alex Kennedy, multiple teams are interested in Sanders' services as he contemplates a possible return to the National Basketball Association: Larry Sanders is working out in California. Several teams have shown interest in him and he remains open to the idea of an NBA comeback. — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) July 7, 2016 Sanders, 27, was considered one of the best rim...
Blazersedge Jul 7, 2016

NBA Lowers Projected Salary Cap For 2017-2018 Season

The NBA salary cap will increase again next season, but probably less than originally expected. The NBA has projected that the salary cap will increase to $102 million for the 2017-2018 season, the league office announced to its teams via internal memo earlier today according to Eric Pincus of Basketball Insiders. The estimated $102 million cap figure for next season represents an increase over the current cap of $90 million, but is short of the $107 million that the league originally projected. Pincus explains that the change in estimates comes as a consequence of the big money contracts...
Blazersedge Jul 7, 2016

Should the Portland Trail Blazers Surrender Free Agents to Sign Festus Ezeli?

The Portland Trail Blazers are reportedly negotiating with Festus Ezeli. If Blazers GM Neil Olshey hopes to sign the free agent center, he'll have to sacrifice at least two of Portland's current players. Is Ezeli worth the price? The Portland Trail Blazers brought free agent center Festus Ezeli into town Wednesday for an interview and a physical. President of Basketball Operations and GM Neil Olshey likely hopes that Ezeli can fill a position of need as a rim protecting center, assuming his health checks out. Cap Ramifications of Signing Festus Ezeli Ezeli will cost at least $17 million per...

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