Reports: Bulls, Lonzo Ball agree on 4-year, $85M deal

The Bulls believe they’ve found their point guard answer. Chicago and Lonzo Ball have agreed on a four-year, $85-million deal, according to multiple reports Monday evening as free agency opened. The Pelicans have leverage in that they the right to match the offer on the restricted free agent Ball, so the teams agreed to a sign-and-trade agreement to send Ball to the Bulls. In return, Chicago will trade guard Tomas Satoransky, wing Garrett Temple and a second-round pick to New Orleans, Shams Charania of the Athletic reported.
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Scott Boras rips 'unjust' MLB draft system after Mets fail to sign No. 10 pick

MLB super agent Scott Boras has sounded off after the Mets declined to sign one of his clients, first-round draft pick Kumar Rocker. Boras, who has negotiated some of the biggest contracts in league history, went on the offensive over the weekend, when he forcefully claimed that Rocker's pitching arm was was fully healthy.
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Kellin Quinn of Sleeping With Sirens on the collaborations that allowed him to expand his horizons

Sitting down with Audacy’s Morgan Freed on Emo Nite, Kellin Quinn of Sleeping With Sirens spoke about recent collaborations, working with new artists, and his own music. On his recent collabs Quinn says it’s all “a little bit of everything.” He explains that due to the pandemic he got inventive when making new music in order to “keep the lights on while the band is not touring."