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    The Orlando Magic hold the No. 1 overall pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, and ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski believes they are considering two players to select. The 2022 NBA Draft Lottery took place just before Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. After all was said and done, it was the Orlando Magic who walked away with the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming draft. That means they have their choice of one of the top three prospects — Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren, Duke’s Paolo Banchero and Auburn’s Jabari Smith. ESPN senior NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski said that the consensus is that there are two players competing to be taken first by the Magic, and they are Holmgren and Smith.Magic down to two choices for No. 1 pick in 2022 NBA Draft“This is the draft lottery of the power forwards and three very different players,” said Adrian Wojnarowski, h/t RealGM. “We’ll see how this shakes out, but certainly I think Chet Holmgren of Gonzaga and Jabari Smith of Auburn… I think the consensus right now is those are really the...
    Getty Since he was drafted number one overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2011 NBA Draft, Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving has not played a full 82-game season. But since he arrived in Brooklyn at the start of the 2019 season, the star point guard has been excessively absent. As the old saying goes the best ability is availability and, to put it bluntly, Kyrie has just not been available for the Nets when they have needed him the most. The Nets wanted to ink Irving to an extension last season, but his refusal to get the COVID-19 vaccination stalled talks of a new deal between the two sides. The repercussions of Irving’s absences are starting to extend beyond the court. ESPN Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reports that because of ‘uncertainty’ surrounding the Nets star’s future, they are not likely to extend his current endorsement deal. “Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving has long had one of Nike’s most popular and profitable signature basketball shoes, but uncertainties surrounding his NBA future have left the company unlikely to extend him...
    Getty Ben Simmons confused his teammates according to a report. The Brooklyn Nets landed three-time All-Star Ben Simmons in a blockbuster trade that sent Paul Millsap and All-Star guard James Harden to the Philadelphia 76ers on February 10. Simmons did not play for the Nets during the regular season or the playoffs after suffering a herniated disc in his back after his Brooklyn Arrival. The Nets have now officially been eliminated from the playoffs courtesy of a 4-0 sweep at the hands of the Boston Celtics. As a result, Brooklyn’s focus has shifted from trying to win a title, to being fully healthy coming into training camp. The latest Nets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Nets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Nets! Ben Simmons To Have Offseason Back SurgeryThe injured back of Simmons has pushed back the date of his highly-anticipated Nets debut. Now that Brooklyn is out of the playoffs, there is no pressure to rush the All-Star forward’s return. ESPN Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported on May 4 that Simmons is scheduled...
    According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Klutch Sports CEO Rich Paul met with the Los Angeles Lakers and said they are not looking for management changes. The talk during and after the NBA All-Star break has involved the relationship between star LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers. Yet, James’ agent Rich Paul reportedly put an end to the drama and speculation. Paul, the Klutch Sports CEO, met with Lakers owner Jeanie Buss and general manager Rob Pelinka this past Tuesday, and let them know that he is not pushing for management changes, per ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski. Additionally, Paul said that James’ “primary objective” is to remain with the Lakers and finish out the campaign strong before meeting with the team in the offseason to find ways to improve.Rich Paul puts an end to Lakers-LeBron James dramaThe Lakers, much like they have in years past, went for big splash moves to help improve their chances or winning the NBA Playoffs. That strategy has not worked out in the past two years, as Los Angeles were eliminated in the first...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The Brooklyn Nets are trading James Harden to the Philadelphia 76ers, sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The Brooklyn Nets are trading James Harden to the Philadelphia 76ers for Ben Simmons, Seth Curry, Andre Drummond and two first-round picks, sources tell ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 10, 2022----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More New York City news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    Here are the trade grades for the Indiana Pacers sending Domantas Sabonis to the Sacramento Kings in a multi-player deal involving Tyrese Haliburton. So the Indiana Pacers and the Sacramento Kings made a deal with Domantas Sabonis going to Northern California and Tyrese Haliburton to the Hoosier State. Per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Pacers sent Sabonis, Jeremy Lamb and a Jeremy Lamb to be named later to the Kings in exchange for Haliburton, Buddy Hield and Tristan Thompson. With the Pacers rebuilding and the Kings being who they are this is not a move that will massively shake up the Eastern or Western Conference standings. This is all about getting ready for future seasons. Here is Wojnarowski’s initial tweet with Sacramento getting Sabonis and a couple of Lambs. The Pacers are trading Domas Sabonis, Jeremy Lamb and Jeremy Lamb to Sacramento for Tyrese Hailburton, Buddy Hield and Tristan Thompson, sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 8, 2022 And because the world wasn’t ready for two Jeremy Lambs, Wojnarowski corrected his initial tweet by saying the second Jeremy Lamb going Sacramento’s way was...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento Kings are reportedly making a big move before the NBA trade deadline. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Kings are trading away Tyrese Haliburton, Buddy Hield and Tristan Thompson to the Indiana Pacers. In return, Sacramento is getting Domas Sabots, Jeremy Lamb and Justin Holiday. READ MORE: Memorial Service For Slain Stockton Firefighter Happening On TuesdaySacramento will also reportedly get a 2027 second-round draft pick, Wojnarowski says. The Pacers are trading Domas Sabonis, Jeremy Lamb and Jeremy Lamb to Sacramento for Tyrese Hailburton, Buddy Hield and Tristan Thompson, sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 8, 2022 READ MORE: Lodi’s Farmer Boys Restaurant Damaged In Early Morning FireThe move comes after much speculation that the Kings would be making a major trade before Thursday’s deadline. Rumors have been swirling about teams being interested in De’Aaron Fox. MORE NEWS: UC Davis Getting $5.4M Grant To Upgrade ArboretumSacramento is in the middle of another disappointing season where they fired head coach Luke Walton after a 6-11 start. The Kings sit at a record of 20-35,...
    Getty James Harden #13 of the Brooklyn Nets congratulates teammate Kevin Durant #7 after Durant hit a shot to secure the lead in the final minute of the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Barclays Center on December 03, 2021. Brooklyn Nets stars Kevin Durant and James Harden are close friends. They began their careers together on the Oklahoma City Thunder and remained tight even after the Thunder traded Harden to the Houston Rockets in 2012. Durant played a significant role in Harden coming to the Nets last season after the latter requested a trade from the Rockets. KD was in the Beard’s ear, telling the lefty to urge Houston to send him to Brooklyn. The recruiting worked, as the Rockets traded Harden to the Nets on January 13, 2021. With Durant, Harden and Kyrie Irving leading the way, the Nets were projected to win the championship last season. However, they lost to the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference semifinals in seven games. Harden and Irving suffered injuries, helping the Bucks win the series and ultimately the...
    Getty Ben Simmons, left, and Daryl Morey, right, of the Philadelphia 76ers All around the NBA, at least in those corners of the league in which the transaction wire is as important as what happens on the court, there is one looming date that has everyone’s attention: December 15. It is a big day for contracts around the league because marks the date when teams can trade away players they signed as free agents in the offseason. For the Sixers and team president Daryl Morey, who have been locked into a stalemate with recalcitrant star Ben Simmons over Simmons’ trade demand, the hope is that December 15 opens a floodgate that could lead to a resolution of the messy situation between the team and its point guard. A quick recap: Simmons wants out of Philadelphia, the Sixers want a star as part of any Simmons trade, and there’s no team in the league currently willing to give up a star for him. At least not yet. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, that could change soon. ESPN's @BobbyMarks42 joins...
    Getty James Harden #13, Kevin Durant #7, Joe Harris #12, and Jeff Green #8 of the Brooklyn Nets look on during the second half against the Orlando Magic at Barclays Center. With Brooklyn Nets superstar James Harden still struggling and no return date in sight for Kyrie Irving the Nets have continually struggled against the NBA’s elite teams. Against the Chicago Bulls, Golden State Warriors, Milwaukee Bucks, and Miami Heat, Brooklyn has lost by double digits. The Nets came into Saturday’s matchup with the red-hot Phoenix Suns hoping to change that narrative. Unfortunately for the Nets, they suffered yet another loss to a top opponent as the Suns stamped their 16th straight victory against Brooklyn with a 113-107 win. The Nets still hold the top playoff spot in the Eastern Conference standings. The latest Nets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Nets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Nets! Joe Harris To Miss Significant Time After Ankle SurgeryAs the Nets continue to struggle against good teams and their roster already scarce, Brooklyn can ill-afford to...
    ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski and others on NBA Twitter react to Ben Simmons being ejected from practice and suspended from the season opener. Ben Simmons does not want to play for the Philadelphia 76ers, something he has made abundantly clear throughout the entire NBA offseason. But in a surprising turn of events, it looks as though the 76ers doesn’t want Simmons in the season opener due to “conduct detrimental to the team.” Ben Simmons practicing in sweatpants with his phone in his pocket. pic.twitter.com/MEdQLxudcK — Jeff Eisenband (@JeffEisenband) October 18, 2021 Tensions reached a boiling point on Tuesday when an apathetic Simmons showed up to practice before their Wednesday night game against the New Orleans Pelicans. The Athletic’s Shams Charania shared what appears to be the final straw before Simmons was handed the one-game suspension. Sources: Doc Rivers asked Ben Simmons to join a defensive drill today. Simmons refused. Rivers asked again. Simmons said no again. Rivers then told Simmons he should go home, and Simmons dropped the ball and left. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) October 19,...
    JoJo Siwa channeled Prince Charming in her Cinderella-inspired Viennese waltz with Jenna Johnson on Dancing With the Stars Disney Heroes Night This Is the No. 1 Reason Americans Can’t Save for Retirement Ben Simmons has arrived in Philadelphia and taken a COVID-19 test in compliance with the NBA's health and safety protocols, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports.  © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Ben Simmons (Michael Reaves/Getty Images) Sixers All-Star Ben Simmons has arrived in Philadelphia and took a Covid-19 test -- as required by NBA protocol, sources tell ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) October 12, 2021 The news arrives on the heels of a report earlier Monday that 76ers brass and Simmons' agent Rich Paul had held conversations about the All-Star guard ending his holdout and returning to the team. Head coach Doc Rivers confirmed to reporters Tuesday afternoon that he had spoken with Paul, but declined to discuss the specifics of their conversations. 
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Ben Simmons’ time in Philadelphia might not be over after all. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports Simmons is back in Philadelphia Monday night and has taken a COVID-19 test. It remains to be seen when or if Simmons will return to the court as a Sixer but the organization is reportedly hopeful. Sixers are hopeful to start moving toward the next steps of a return with Simmons, per sources. Organization wants him back on the court once he clears protocols, but that remains to be seen. https://t.co/4Zc3gUp50R — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) October 12, 2021 READ MORE: Man Shot In Willingboro Town Center Parking Lot, Officials Say  Simmons’ arrival comes after Wojnarowski earlier Monday reported the possibility of Simmons reporting to the team has “increased” in recent days. “The plan remains for the Sixers to continue canvassing the league for trades, but the possibility of Simmons reporting to the team has increased in recent days, sources tell ESPN,” Wojnarowski said. This comes as Wojnarowski reports the Sixers and Simmons’ agent Rich Paul has “progressed” in talks regarding the...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Ben Simmons’ time in Philadelphia might not be over after all. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports a source tells ESPN that the possibility of Simmons reporting to the team has “increased” in recent days. “The plan remains for the Sixers to continue canvassing the league for trades, but the possibility of Simmons reporting to the team has increased in recent days, sources tell ESPN,” Wojnarowski said. READ MORE: Pennsylvania Ranks No. 21 Among States With Biggest Bullying ProblemsThis comes as Wojnarowski reports the Sixers and Simmons’ agent Rich Paul has “progressed” in talks regarding the all-star player returning to the team. READ MORE: Southwest Airlines Flight Delays, Cancellations Continue For Philadelphia Passengers“Sixers officials and Klutch CEO Rich Paul have progressed in talks over recent days on a resolution to bring All-Star Ben Simmons back to Philadelphia in the near future, sources tell ESPN. Discussions are ongoing.” The organization's hopes are unchanged: Get Simmons back into Philadelphia, onto the court and ultimately convince him that it's still the place for the long-term. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) October 11, 2021...
    Philadelphia 76ers point guard Ben Simmons won’t report to the team’s training camp and has no plans to play for the team this season, according to a report published Tuesday. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski first reported that the 25-year old Simmons has no intentions to ever suit up for the 76ers again. Wojnarowski also reported that Simmons has had no direct contact with the organization since a meeting in August, where he told the Sixers front office that he wanted to be traded. (RELATED: The Texans Won’t Play Deshaun Watson After Tyrod Taylor Gets Hurt) ESPN Sources: Philadelphia 76ers All-Star Ben Simmons will not report for opening of training camp next week and intends to never play another game for the franchise. Simmons hasn’t spoken to team since a late August meeting when he communicated this message to Sixers officials. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) September 21, 2021 Simmons has four years remaining on his contract with $147 million in salary, including $33 million for the 2021-22 season, according to ESPN. The NBA’s collective bargaining agreement allows the Sixers to withhold...
    The definitive Eagles playlist 7 Moves Gen Z Should Be Making To Protect Themselves Financially Less than a year after signing with the Lakers in free agency, Marc Gasol is already on his way out of Los Angeles. The Lakers are trading Gasol, a 2024 second-round pick and cash to the Grizzlies in exchange for the draft rights to Wang Zhelin, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Gasol won't be joining Memphis for the 2021-22 season, though, as Wojnarowski reports that the Grizzlies plan to work with the 36-year-old on his release, which will allow him to stay in Spain with his family. MORE: What Daryl Morey's trade history means for 76ers, Simmons This deal may seem surprising on the surface considering that the start of training camp is less than three weeks away, but the writing has been on the wall for quite some time. There are three reasons why Marc Gasol is no longer a member of the Lakers: 1. Gasol's role had dwindled by the end of the 2020-21 season. He averaged career-lows in points (5.0), rebounds (4.1) and minutes (19.1) per game, and he played...
    Getty Brooklyn's Nic Claxton (#33) and Alize Johnson (#24) run downcourt during the second half against the Charlotte Hornets at Barclays Center on April 16, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. With how much star power, talent and depth the Nets have on their roster, it’s no exaggeration to call their personnel an embarrassment of riches. They’re just that good. Still, with a great roster comes good problems – i.e. there won’t be room for every solid role player. Such was the case with Alize Johnson. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported last week that the Nets were waiving the 25-year-old forward. “The Nets are fond of Johnson,” Wojnarowski tweeted on Sept. 3, “but are loaded at his position and will allow him to play elsewhere.” After clearing waivers on Monday, Wojnarowski reported Johnson’s new landing spot: the Bulls. Johnson and Chicago agreed on a two-year, $3.6 million deal. “The Bulls had a need for power forward depth and (their) roster offers some real opportunity for Johnson, Wojnarowski wrote. Free agent F Alize Johnson has agreed on...
    James Corden and Camila Cabello Halt L.A. Traffic for Crosswalk the Musical: Cinderella How To Invest In Real Estate: Your Guide To Getting Started DeAndre Jordan's time as a Brooklyn Net is over.  © Provided by Yahoo! Sports DeAndre Jordan (Christian Petersen/Getty Images) The Nets are dealing Jordan, cash and four second-round picks to the Detroit Pistons in a salary dump that will send a package including Jahlil Okafor to Brooklyn, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports.  ESPN Sources: Brooklyn is trading C DeAndre Jordan, four future-second round picks and $5.78M to Detroit for Jahlil Okafor and Sekou Doumbouya. Pistons plan to work through a buyout on two-years, $20M owed Jordan; Nets will save $47M in salary and tax on deal.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) September 3, 2021 Per the report, the Pistons and Jordan are expected to negotiate a buyout, leaving the veteran center as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers as likely suitors.  The Nets signed Jordan to a four-year $40 million deal in 2019 as they rebuilt around Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Durant and Jordan are...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Mavericks star Luka Dončić has agreed to a five-year, $207 million extension with the team, according to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The new contract, which had been anticipated, will kick in at the start of the 2022-23 season and includes a player option for the final year, per Wojnarowski. Dončić, who led Slovenia to a fourth-place finish at the Tokyo Olympics earlier this month, is currently back home in his native country. A contingent of Mavericks officials, including owner Mark Cuban, new head coach Jason Kidd and special advisor Dirk Nowitzki traveled to Slovenia to meet with Dončić and formally present the contract offer, which is expected to be finalized on Tuesday. Luka Doncic #77 of the Dallas Mavericks warms up before a game against the Utah Jazz on January 27, 2021. (credit: Alex Goodlett/Getty Images) Mavericks announced Monday that they will host virtual media availability with Luka Dončić, his representation and Mavericks front office staff on Tuesday morning.