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Tue Sep 2518:37Lakers loving LeBron's leadership in 1st practice togetherKobe BryantSFLakersFree Agent
LeBron JamesSFLakersFree Agent
JaVale McGeeCLakersFree Agent
Rajon RondoPGLakersFree Agent
Lance StephensonSGLakersFree Agent
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — Although the Lakers' first official practice of the LeBron James era was focused on defense and learning new terminology, they ended it with a good old-fashioned 3-point shooting contest.The Lakers' new superstar was just another teammate during the spirited back-and-forth competition Tuesday. When James wasn't draining his own 3s, he marveled along with everybody else at the surprising perimeter prowess shown by JaVale McGee, the 7-foot veteran with exactly one 3-pointer during a game in his 10-year NBA career.The Lakers have many weeks of work ahead to become a cohesive team assembled around James, but he can already sense they're heading down the right path. They're planning to have plenty of fun along the way, too."I'm not a very patient guy, but I understand that I have to be patient right now," James said. "I've got to be patient with myself, too, because this is a new start for me. It's my first year in a new system. I know how to play the game of bas... [More]
Tue Sep 2516:17Warriors vow to live in the moment, chase another titleKlay ThompsonSGWarriorsFree Agent
Kevin DurantSFWarriorsFree Agent
Stephen CurryPGWarriorsFree Agent
Draymond GreenPFWarriorsFree Agent
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — With unsettled contract situations making many of the players' futures beyond this season uncertain, Warriors coach Steve Kerr is encouraging his team now more than ever to go with the flow, have fun and enjoy the moment.No pressure, even if the end goal is a three-peat.Two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant signed a one-plus-one contract that allows him to become a free agent again next summer, while fellow All-Stars Draymond Green and Klay Thompson could be up for extensions."Nothing lasts forever in this league, but we've always said we want to keep this going as long as we can, and we're right in the thick of it," two-time MVP Stephen Curry said.After two straight titles and three in four seasons, all eyes are on the East Bay once more as training camps begin league-wide.That's why Kerr is stressing going for it in what might be the final hurrah for the superstar core of this team. Not that Durant, Green nor Thompson is talking about leaving town."We... [More]
Tue Sep 2515:07Heat, Spoelstra look at camp as extension of last seasonJimmy ButlerSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Goran DragicPGHeatFree Agent
Wayne EllingtonSGHeatFree Agent
James JohnsonPFHeatFree Agent
Dwyane WadeSGHeatFree Agent
Dion WaitersSGHeatFree Agent
BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) — Part of Miami coach Erik Spoelstra's annual mandate to players, whether a 16-year veteran like Dwyane Wade or a second-year guy like Bam Adebayo, is to evolve.Spoelstra expects the same from himself.The Heat opened training camp on Tuesday with players who accounted for 98 percent of their scoring, 98 percent of their assists and 97 percent of their rebounding from last season. And keeping the same team means that those players, by now, have heard just about every speech and seen just about every trick in the Heat book.Hence, the challenge for Spoelstra this season: Keeping the message and the approach fresh."I look back on it now and I don't even know how I prepared for my first training camp," Spoelstra said after the first practice of the season at Florida Atlantic University. "With this group, this probably felt more like a practice and an extension of last year's playoff prep because we had so many familiar faces. So that was nice."Wade was back in Heat c... [More]
Mon Sep 2421:07Pistons hope Jackson will be ready for openerAndre DrummondCPistonsFree Agent
Blake GriffinPFPistonsFree Agent
Reggie JacksonPGPistonsFree Agent
Luke KennardSGPistonsFree Agent
Jon LeuerPFPistonsFree Agent
DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Pistons have a new coach — and the usual amount of optimism that accompanies such a big change.What they really could use this season is a healthy point guard.The Pistons are hopeful Reggie Jackson will be ready to play by the start of the season, although he's still working his way back into shape following an ankle injury. Jackson went down in late December, derailing what had been a promising start for Detroit in 2017-18. Ed Stefanski, a new senior executive for the Pistons, sounds optimistic about Jackson's health, but the point guard's recovery isn't complete yet."Reggie is fully healed. We did an MRI I think a couple weeks ago, and it's perfect," Stefanski said at media day Monday. "It's just now basketball shape, and he hasn't played all summer long."Detroit got off to a 19-14 start last season, but after Jackson's injury the team floundered, and Stan Van Gundy's tenure eventually came to an end. The Pistons now have a new coach in Dwane Casey and ... [More]
Mon Sep 2420:37Kings looking to De'Aaron Fox to lead faster paced offenseNemanja BjelicaSFKingsFree Agent
Bogdan BogdanovicSGKingsFree Agent
De'Aaron FoxPGKingsFree Agent
Harry Giles IIIPFKingsFree Agent
Buddy HieldSGKingsFree Agent
George HillPGCavaliersFree Agent
Justin JacksonSFKingsFree Agent
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Sacramento Kings coach Dave Joerger wants his team to run more this season and plans to give speedy point guard De'Aaron Fox all the room he needs.Fox was one of the fastest players in the NBA last year as a rookie, but the Kings offense was uneven most of the season and frequently bogged down in the half-court.With an influx of young, quick players added to an already youthful roster, the hope is that Fox can get Sacramento out and running and, possibly, back into the postseason."The best thing you can do for him is play fast and give him as much room as possible," Joerger said Monday at the Kings practice facility during media day. "To play small and try to do that is best for De'Aaron. He's our franchise guy. I think he is and I think everybody kind of agrees on that."The fifth overall pick in 2017, Fox started 60 games and averaged 11.6 points with 4.4 assists, but shot only 41.2 percent while struggling with an inconsistent mid-range jumpshot.The Kings ... [More]
Mon Sep 2420:27Pelicans' Davis keeps focus short-term, deflects speculationSolomon HillSFPelicansFree Agent
Jrue HolidaySGPelicansFree Agent
LeBron JamesSFLakersFree Agent
Nikola MiroticPFPelicansFree Agent
Elfrid PaytonPGPelicansFree Agent
Julius RandlePFPelicansFree Agent
Rajon RondoPGLakersFree Agent
METAIRIE, La. (AP) — Anthony Davis swatted away the notion that his decision to hire new representation meant he was setting the stage for a change of scenery.With three seasons left on his contract and five All-Star nods to his name, Davis' leverage to control where he plays is growing. So when he recently left the Wasserman agency that negotiated his current contract and joined Klutch Sports, which also represents Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James, it begged questions about the reasons for the switch.The move also stoked paranoia in New Orleans, the city Chris Paul left in his prime shortly after he changed agents.But Davis said the move was aimed primarily at helping him become the "the most dominant player in the league.""It was just for where I am right now in my career — what I'm trying to do — I thought the change was necessary," Davis said Monday, when the Pelicans held media day on the eve of training camp. "That's all it was."Increasingly, agencies representing athle... [More]
Mon Sep 2420:17LeBron 'humbled' to join Lakers, expects 'something special'Michael BeasleyPFLakersFree Agent
Kobe BryantSFLakersFree Agent
LeBron JamesSFLakersFree Agent
JaVale McGeeCLakersFree Agent
Rajon RondoPGLakersFree Agent
Lance StephensonSGLakersFree Agent
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — LeBron James realizes the size of the challenge he accepted when he joined the Los Angeles Lakers. After eight consecutive NBA Finals appearances, he knows his new team isn't a true contender with Golden State and the NBA's elite just yet.The superstar welcomed every step in the process Monday as he began his next chapter in purple and gold.James finally made his first formal appearance as a member of the Lakers at their media day, nearly three months after he left Cleveland for a four-year, $153.3 million free-agent deal. In between posing for photos in his new gold No. 23 uniform, the 33-year-old superstar revealed part of the motivation behind his decision to join an iconic franchise that hasn't made the playoffs in five years."No matter what uniform I'm in, I'm always humsbled that I'm able to play this game at this level," James said. "I think we all know that this franchise has been a historical franchise in this league for years. ... That's an excitem... [More]
Mon Sep 2419:27Utah Jazz open training camp focused on internal developmentDerrick FavorsPFJazzFree Agent
Jae CrowderPFJazzFree Agent
Dante ExumPGJazzFree Agent
Rudy GobertCJazzFree Agent
Donovan MitchellSGJazzFree Agent
Raul NetoPGJazzFree Agent
Ricky RubioPGJazzFree Agent
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah didn't make any major offseason moves but fans shouldn't mistake that for a sign the Jazz are satisfied with the status quo.With the start of training camp, Utah players and coaches are echoing the same message: Continuity doesn't equal complacency.The Jazz are focused on maximizing potential they showed toward the end of last season — with a roster that has returned mostly intact — once the regular season starts in mid-October."I don't want to pick up where we left off," coach Quin Snyder told reporters at the team's media day Monday. "That implies it's the same group beginning to do something. This is a new journey. We can take with us the experience. We can take with us the chemistry and the things we learned. But this is a new team."Nothing encapsulates that attitude better than the work various Jazz players have put in while preparing for the season.Derrick Favors and Jae Crowder dropped weight over the summer to improve their mobility and quicknes... [More]
Mon Sep 2419:17Building Bulls look to Markkanen, LaVine for heavy liftingJimmy ButlerSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Kris DunnPGBullsFree Agent
Zach LaVineSGBullsFree Agent
Lauri MarkkanenPFBullsFree Agent
Jabari ParkerPFBullsFree Agent
JaKarr SampsonSFKingsFree Agent
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Bulls won't make any bold predictions about Year Two of their rebuilding project. They also won't deny that a growth spurt on the court for Lauri Markkanen and Zach LaVine would accelerate the process in a big, big way.The 23-year-old LaVine and 21-year-old Markkanen were front and center Monday, when the team held its media day amid cautious optimism for the season ahead."I want to see growth," coach Fred Hoiberg said. "Last year guys made significant progress in their careers, but it's our job now to take that to the next level."That goes for Markkanen and LaVine in particular.LaVine, Markkanen and guard Kris Dunn were part of the Jimmy Butler trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves shortly after the 2016-17 season. They will be the linchpins of a more up-tempo offense that plays to their athleticism and one that Hoiberg prefers. Camp opens as the Timberwolves listen to trade offers for the unhappy Butler after just one season."(Butler) did a lot of really ... [More]
Mon Sep 2419:09As Butler casts shadow, Nets focused on taking 'small steps'Jarrett AllenCNetsFree Agent
Jaylen BrownSFCelticsFree Agent
Jimmy ButlerSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Ed DavisCNetsFree Agent
Spencer DinwiddiePGNetsFree Agent
Jared DudleyPFNetsFree Agent
Kenneth FariedPFNetsFree Agent
Kevin GarnettFree Agent
Rondae Hollis-JeffersonPFNetsFree Agent
Kyrie IrvingPGCelticsFree Agent
Jeremy LinPGHawksFree Agent
Shabazz NapierPGNetsFree Agent
D'Angelo RussellSGNetsFree Agent
Jayson TatumSFCelticsFree Agent
NEW YORK (AP) — For the Brooklyn Nets, familiarity breeds continuity.They hope that will lead to a few more wins.Growth was the overarching theme during media day at the Nets' practice facility Monday. Entering its third season under general manager Sean Marks and coach Kenny Atkinson, Brooklyn has won 48 of 164 games. In the first season under the new regime, the Nets won 20 games. Last year, that number increased to 28.So the goal for this season is progression."Knowing how the rebuild process goes, we're going to have to slowly get back," Jarrett Allen said. "It's just small steps we're taking."Ten of the 19 players the Nets have on their preseason roster have five or fewer years of NBA experience, including five rookies.But there are questions about how long and how many of the Nets' young pieces will remain in Brooklyn. The Nets will have plenty of money for free agency next summer, but they may not want to wait if they could trade for Minnesota's Jimmy Butler or another All-Sta... [More]
Mon Sep 2419:08Rockets hope 'Melo can help them to 1st title since 1995Carmelo AnthonyPFHawksFree Agent
James HardenSGRocketsFree Agent
Chris PaulPGRocketsFree Agent
HOUSTON (AP) — Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta didn't waste any time telling Carmelo Anthony why he wanted him on his team."I'll tell you exactly what I told him," Fertitta said Monday. "'We couldn't win a championship without you last year. And if we win a championship with you this year you're going to be the guy that got us over there. So, it's all up to you.'"Anthony, who joined the Rockets this offseason after one disappointing season in Oklahoma City, chuckled when asked about that phone call. He was vacationing in South Africa with his family when the phone rang, and Fertitta delivered the message."He put a lot of pressure on me," Anthony said. "I'm not even going to lie."Anthony signed a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Rockets in August after he was traded from the Thunder to the Atlanta Hawks in July before the Hawks released him.Fertitta and the rest of the Rockets believe that the 10-time All-Star could be the piece that will help them win their first NBA title ... [More]
Mon Sep 2419:08Blazers look to shake off last season's disappointing endSeth CurrySGTrailblazersFree Agent
Ed DavisCNetsFree Agent
LeBron JamesSFLakersFree Agent
Damian LillardPGTrailblazersFree Agent
CJ McCollumSGTrailblazersFree Agent
Shabazz NapierPGNetsFree Agent
Jusuf NurkicCTrailblazersFree Agent
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Trail Blazers head into fall camp still stinging from last season's first-round playoff sweep by New Orleans.The trick now is not to overcorrect."You run the risk of overreacting to defeats, and maybe being blinded by victories," coach Terry Stotts said. "I think it's important that we learn from it, I don't want our team to forget about it. I don't want our team to forget about the feeling we had, not just after the series was over, but what we had to live through over the summer, and keep that edge. Hopefully, we use it as a learning experience."Portland returns the nucleus — Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum and Jusuf Nurkic — of a team that went 49-33 last season. Apart from the early postseason exit, it was mostly considered a success.Boosted by a 13-game winning streak that started with a victory over the Golden State Warriors just before the All-Star break, the Blazers secured the third seed in the Western Conference. They clinched the Northwest Divisio... [More]
Mon Sep 2419:07Big Five? Talent-rich Celtics embracing lofty expectationsAron BaynesCCelticsFree Agent
Jaylen BrownSFCelticsFree Agent
Gordon HaywardSFCelticsFree Agent
Al HorfordCCelticsFree Agent
Kyrie IrvingPGCelticsFree Agent
LeBron JamesSFLakersFree Agent
Marcus MorrisPFCelticsFree Agent
Terry RozierSGCelticsFree Agent
Marcus SmartPGCelticsFree Agent
Jayson TatumSFCelticsFree Agent
Daniel TheisPF/CCelticsFree Agent
CANTON, Mass. (AP) — Last summer, new Boston Celtics arrivals Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward beamed just imagining what it would be like to share the court together.Those dreams lasted all of five minutes before Hayward was lost for the season to a gruesome leg injury on the opening night of the season.The Celtics somehow survived it and had set themselves up to make a run at the Eastern Conference title when Irving was lost for the final stretch of the regular season and the playoffs following a pair of knee surgeries.But four months after a season with so much potential was tossed into the "what might have been" basket and following an offseason conference shake-up that saw LeBron James head west to Los Angeles, Boston again finds itself in the spotlight heading into training camp.Irving and Hayward are back and healthy. And they are flanked by a loaded roster of veterans and talented young players who are hungry for another shot at the franchise's 18th championship.Irving said la... [More]
Mon Sep 2418:57Injured Thunder defensive stopper Roberson closer to returnPaul GeorgeSFThunderFree Agent
Jerami GrantSFThunderFree Agent
Donovan MitchellSGJazzFree Agent
Andre RobersonSGThunderFree Agent
Dennis SchroderPGThunderFree Agent
Russell WestbrookPGThunderFree Agent
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Thunder defensive stopper Andre Roberson is inching closer to being able to play.The Oklahoma City swingman missed the second half of last season with a ruptured left patellar tendon. He expects to be cleared for contact soon and back to full speed "around December.""There's a return to basketball and there's a return to performance, being back to my elite self on the defensive end and me just being cleared to play basketball is two different things," he said Monday at media day. "And it's going to be a process to kind of get back to where I was, just me being comfortable with my leg again and me getting back into the rhythm of basketball sitting out so long."General manager Sam Presti shied away from a timetable when asked about Roberson last week."I can't tell you exactly when that's going to be," Presti said. "We don't think we're going to be without him very long, but again, this is medicine. This is human performance. This is body. So sitting up here saying,... [More]
Mon Sep 2418:27Thibodeau: Wolves will deal Butler if offer is 'good for us'Jimmy ButlerSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Taj GibsonPFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Derrick RosePGTimberwolvesFree Agent
Karl-Anthony TownsCTimberwolvesFree Agent
Andrew WigginsSGTimberwolvesFree Agent
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Timberwolves have started their 30th season amid more drama and dysfunction, an all-too-familiar feeling.Jimmy Butler, the four-time All-Star shooting guard whose heralded arrival from Chicago sparked a 16-win improvement and an end to a 13-year absence from the playoffs, told president of basketball operations and head coach Tom Thibodeau last week he wants to be traded and won't re-sign with the team.Talk about bad timing, even by Timberwolves standards."It's not the first time a player has made that type of request, nor will it be the last, and our job is to seek out the best opportunity for us." Thibodeau said. "If something's good for us, then we're interested in doing it. If not, then we're ready to move forward the other way."While most players dismissed the notion of a major distraction during their media sessions on Monday at the commencement of training camp, power forward Taj Gibson bluntly declared Butler's decision a significant setback t... [More]
Mon Sep 2418:18From Lob City to Clamp City: Clippers seeking new identityPatrick BeverleyPGClippersFree Agent
Avery BradleySGClippersFree Agent
Jimmy ButlerSFTimberwolvesFree Agent
Danilo GallinariSFClippersFree Agent
Marcin GortatCClippersFree Agent
Blake GriffinPFPistonsFree Agent
Montrezl HarrellPFClippersFree Agent
Tobias HarrisPFClippersFree Agent
LeBron JamesSFLakersFree Agent
DeAndre JordanCMavericksFree Agent
Mike ScottSFClippersFree Agent
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Big Three have cleared out and Lob City is no more.For the first time in 10 years, the Los Angeles Clippers will soon begin a season without DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin or Chris Paul on the roster.So just who is this team?Well, coach Doc Rivers isn't sure yet.But Patrick Beverley offers a bold take: Clamp City."You got two of the best on-ball defenders in the league," he said, referring to himself and Avery Bradley. "We can be a defensive juggernaut."Despite coming off a season in which the team missed the playoffs for the first time in his five-year tenure and LeBron James joining the Lakers, Rivers feels good about the Clippers' future."This is the healthiest this franchise has been," the coach said Monday. "We never had flexibility and now we have flexibility. We have an owner who is willing to do whatever it takes."Heck, even All-Star Jimmy Butler of Minnesota is saying he'd like to be a Clipper.And Luc Mbah a Moute decided to return as a free agent, impr... [More]
Mon Sep 2418:17Spurs looking forward to new faces, new season after turmoilDeMar DeRozanSGSpursFree Agent
LaMarcus AldridgePFSpursFree Agent
Dante CunninghamSFSpursFree Agent
Tim DuncanCSpursFree Agent
Pau GasolCSpursFree Agent
Rudy GaySFSpursFree Agent
Manu GinobiliSGSpursFree Agent
Danny GreenSGRaptorsFree Agent
Kawhi LeonardSFRaptorsFree Agent
Dejounte MurrayPGSpursFree Agent
Tony ParkerPGHornetsFree Agent
Jakob PoeltlCSpursFree Agent
Quincy PondexterSFBullsFree Agent
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — DeMar DeRozan's first month with Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has been serene, though the All-Star guard acquired in the offseason from Toronto has been warned about provoking "angry Pop.""That hurts me," Popovich said playfully. "I just, just . it hurts me. Our relationship is not starting off well, I guess. I guess I have more work to do than I thought."Welcome to the kinder, gentler Spurs?Hardly.Popovich is still going to scream at his players on the court and will always be mischievous off it. More specifically, the franchise he built is still going to rely heavily on ball movement and defense, albeit with a whole lot of new faces.The era of the Big Three is officially over for San Antonio with Tony Parker leaving in free agency and Manu Ginobili joining Tim Duncan in retirement this summer. DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl, Lonnie Walker, Dante Cunningham, Quincy Pondexter and Chimezie Metu and a host of others were invited to training camp, which starts Tuesday."I still d... [More]
Mon Sep 2418:09Hawks begin what expects to be long season of growing painsVince CarterSFHawksFree Agent
Dewayne DedmonCHawksFree Agent
Kent BazemoreSGHawksFree Agent
John CollinsPFHawksFree Agent
Jeremy LinPGHawksFree Agent
Taurean PrinceSFHawksFree Agent
ATLANTA (AP) — Taurean Prince knows the Atlanta Hawks are about to begin one of the toughest seasons in franchise history.A year after going 24-58 — worst in the Eastern Conference — the Hawks are likely to take a step further back in the standings with an even younger team.Point guard Trae Young, the fifth overall draft pick, and shooting guard Kevin Huerter, the 19th overall pick, are both 20 years old. Forward Omari Spellman, the 30th overall pick, is 21.Young is projected to start alongside forward John Collins, 21, and Prince, a 24-year-old small forward who began to flourish in the final six weeks of last season."I'm still super young, so I'm looking for advice, too," Prince said Monday. "I'm still figuring out things. I'm still getting better along with them every day. I'm no better than them just because of my age."The Hawks have mixed in several veterans to balance out the roster. Guard Kent Bazemore, a sixth-year veteran, and center Dewayne Dedmon, a fifth-year veteran,... [More]
Mon Sep 2418:08Point guard biggest question as Suns open campRyan AndersonPFRocketsFree Agent
Trevor ArizaSFSunsFree Agent
Devin BookerSGSunsFree Agent
Isaiah CanaanPGSunsFree Agent
Joel EmbiidC76ersFree Agent
Shaquille HarrisonSGSunsFree Agent
Josh JacksonSFSunsFree Agent
TJ WarrenSFSunsFree Agent
PHOENIX (AP) — The Phoenix Suns have made a host of roster moves for what they expect to be a vastly improved season ahead."I feel like we checked most of the boxes on our to-do list this summer," general manager Ryan McDonough said at the team's media day Monday. "We have more shooting. We have potentially a better defensive team. And we have a lot of veteran guys to teach our young guys how to win and help them win."But one glaring question remains. Just who is the point guard?There is no experienced point guard among the 17 players who head north for the Suns' weeklong training camp at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff."I figured that would be the first question," McDonough said. "We're young there. We're inexperienced there."The team has four point guards, including rookies Elie Okobo and De'Anthony Melton. The veterans are Isaiah Canaan, who was playing well for Phoenix until a gruesome leg injury ended his season, and Shaquille Harrison.A trade remains a possibility."We ... [More]
Mon Sep 2418:08No LeBron, no spotlight: Cavaliers start anew without starKevin LoveCCavaliersFree Agent
LeBron JamesSFLakersFree Agent
Kyle KorverSGCavaliersFree Agent
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — As the Cavaliers wandered around posing for silly photographs, reading radio promotions and doing interviews, everything felt different.This media day was nothing like the past four. Cleveland heads into the season with very little buzz, zero drama and low expectations. The spotlight, which has illuminated the Cavs in recent years, is pointed elsewhere.LeBron James left and it all went with him."I'm still here," coach Tyronn Lue said, laughing.The Cavs began life without James in earnest on Monday, taking their first steps since the superstar signed with the Los Angeles Lakers this summer and promptly ended the greatest run in franchise history.Without James, Cleveland has tumbled from an elite team and title contender to one many believe isn't good enough to make the playoffs. However, Lue doesn't believe the Cavs are starting over."No tanking," he said. "Start from what we have and build from that. Not a rebuild at all. It's a challenge for all of us, some... [More]
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