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ClutchPoints

This Hypothetical Nets Trade Gives Kyrie Irving-Kevin Durant A 3rd Superstar

The NBA Draft is just a few weeks away and the league is looking to lift their moratorium on trading in the coming days. This offseason, teams have less money to spend in free agency than in recent years because the salary cap may remain stagnant, so some experts believe teams, like the Brooklyn Nets, […] The post This Hypothetical Nets Trade Gives Kyrie Irving-Kevin Durant A 3rd Superstar appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Bright Side Of The Sun

Phoenix Suns Free Agency Breakdown: Wing shooting and veteran leadership in Garrett Temple and Wesley Matthews

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Not the sexiest names, but both Temple and Matthews bring enough size and shooting to make signing them for their veteran leadership worthwhile. Most young playoff teams have that one player who unexpectedly becomes the heart and soul of the locker room, even if their on-court role is pretty small. The 2017-18 Sixers had JJ Redick. The 2018-19 Nets had Jared Dudley. This year’s Grizzlies had key leaders like Solomon Hill and Kyle Anderson. If the Suns aim to be a breakthrough team next season, they may value such players a little more highly on...

NetsDaily

How Joe Harris free agency drama could play out

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ NBA free agency is approaching. Some have suggested it will start prior to the November 18 Draft. Nolan Jensen takes a look at how his growth aligns perfectly with Nets needs, but at what cost? Entering this free agency period, Joe Harris is firmly in the driver’s seat when it comes to negotiating a lucrative extension. He’s been a bargain for the Brooklyn Nets in his tenure thus far—he deserves every penny of a shiny new contract. However, four years ago, Harris’ situation and overall future in the league looked much different ... very much dimmer. A...

Inquisitr

NBA Rumors: Carmelo Anthony Should Move On From Damian Lillard & Join Lakers, Nets Or Heat This Offseason

Despite being eliminated in the first round of the 2020 Playoffs, veteran small forward Carmelo Anthony remains interested in playing for the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2020-21 NBA season. It’s hardly a surprise that he still wants to stay in Portland. They were the team that picked him up and gave him the opportunity to prove to everyone in the league that he still has plenty of gas left in his tank. However, if he doesn’t want to retire without winning a championship title, re-signing with the Trail Blazers may not be the best option for Anthony in the 2020 free agency. If he wants...

Grizzly Bear Blues

Grizzlies Free Agency Profiles: Pat Connaughton

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports Do the Grizzlies reunite Taylor Jenkins with a former player? Pat Connaughton- Guard, The University of Notre Dame 27 years old, 6’5”, 209 pounds, 6’9” wingspan Draft: Brooklyn Nets, 2nd Round (11th pick, 41st overall), 2015 NBA Draft (Rights traded to the Portland Trail Blazers NBA Experience: 5 seasons (Three with Portland, two with Milwaukee) Career Stats: 283 games played, 4.8 points per game in 15.7 minutes per game, 2.8 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 44.3% field goal percentage, 34.4% three point shooting, 79% free throw shooting, 53.7% effective field...

How the wild 2019 NBA free agency period reshaped the power structure of the league | ESPN

Elle Duncan narrates the story of how the dominoes fell during the 2019 NBA free agency. Some of the biggest moves include Anthony Davis getting traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, Kevin Durant, & Kyrie Irving signing with the Brooklyn Nets, Kawhi Leonard,

Caris LeVert describes his reaction to the Nets signing Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving | The Jump

Brooklyn Nets wing Caris LeVert joins Dave McMenamin, Ramona Shelburne and Malika Andrews to talk about coming back from his big injury, his reaction to the team signing Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in 2019 NBA free agency, which of his teammates (includ

Warriors didn't sign D'Angelo Russell to trade him - Bob Myers | NBA on ESPN

Golden State Warriors GM Bob Myers says he has never seen NBA free agency move as fast as it did this season. Myers also explains his relationship with Kevin Durant will not change just because he is with the Brooklyn Nets now. He continues to give high p