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Should Dubs want T-Wolves' 2021 draft pick no matter what?

With the 2021 NBA Draft Lottery approaching shortly on June 22, the Warriors anxiously wait to see what their future holds. A monumental puzzle piece will be decided that day, when the Warriors find out just what will materialize with the Minnesota Timberwolves' top-three protected draft pick Golden State acquired in the D'Angelo Russell-Andrew Wiggins trade.
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Patrick Williams makes All-Rookie second team

Award season in the NBA is nearing its end, and the Bulls have an honoree. Patrick Williams was named to the All-Rookie second team Thursday night. Williams received two first-team votes and 46 second-team votes, giving him 50 points overall (the lowest of the selectees). Joining Williams on the second...
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Sergio Scariolo Says Goodbye & Thank You to Raptors

After three years with the Toronto Raptors, Sergio Scariolo is saying goodbye. The 60-year-old Raptors assistant has reportedly taken a job in Italy to become the new head coach of Virtus Bologna, according to multiple reports. While the Raptors haven't officially announced his departure, Scariolo took to Twitter to say goodbye to Toronto and the Raptors.
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Jae'Sean Tate named to NBA All-Rookie first team

When Jae'Sean Tate left Ohio State after four seasons, he had hopes of playing in the NBA. It took two seasons of Tate playing overseas to get a shot in the NBA following going undrafted in 2018, but he got his opportunity and took advantage of it this season. After...
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Isaiah Jackson signs with an agent

Former Kentucky forward Isaiah Jackson has signed with Creative Artists Agency (CAA), he announced Thursday. Jackson joins a CAA basketball roster that also includes Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns), Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers), Paul George (Los Angeles Clippers), Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz), Chris Paul (Phoenix Suns), Julius Randle (New York Knicks), Karl-Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves), and Zion Williamson (New Orleans Pelicans) among others.
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LaMelo Ball named NBA Rookie of the Year

Charlotte Hornets guard LaMelo Ball was named NBA Rookie of the Year on Wednesday night, becoming the third player in franchise history to capture the honour, joining Larry Johnson (1991-92) and Emeka Okafor (2004-05). Ball, 19, received 84 first-place votes and earned 465 total points from a global panel of...
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Tualatin tops West Linn, clinches Three Rivers League title

WEST LINN — Three Timberwolves scored in double digits as Tualatin defeated West Linn 54-36 Wednesday night to clinch the Three Rivers League girls basketball title. “I can’t remember what years it says up on the banner, but it’s been well over a decade. It’s just been a great turnaround,” Tualatin coach Wes Pappas said. “I’m just so proud of the girls. They really have just been such a dedicated bunch. When we didn’t even think we’d have a season, they just were constantly in the gym and in the weight room. They deserve every bit of it.”
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NBA announces 2020-21 All-Rookie Teams

Ball, who was named Rookie of the Year on Thursday, led first-year NBA players in assists (6.1 APG) and steals (1.59 SPG) and ranked second in scoring (15.7 PPG) and rebounding (5.9 RPG) for the Hornets. Edwards, the No. 1 pick in the draft by the Timberwolves, averaged a rookie-high 19.3 points per game.
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SOURCE SPORTS: LaMelo Ball Named 2020-21 NBA Rookie of the Year

LaMelo Ball is your 2020-21 NBA Rookie of the Year. The Charlotte Hornets guard and the youngest brother of the Ball family beat out finalists Anthony Edwards of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Tyrese Haliburton of the Sacramento Kings for the honor. Although he missed 21 games, Ball’s stellar play was...
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Anthony Edwards Named To 2020-21 NBA All-Rookie First Team

Minneapolis/St. Paul – Minnesota Timberwolves guard Anthony Edwards has been named to the 2020-21 NBA All-Rookie First Team, the NBA announced tonight. Edwards led all qualified rookies in scoring with 19.3 ppg, the largest rookie scoring average in Timberwolves history, tied for fifth in steals (1.1) and tied for eighth in assists per game (2.9). Edwards was the only rookie to play in all 72 games and ranked first amongst rookies in total points (1392), second in total three-pointers (171), second in total steals (82), third in total rebounds (336) and fifth in total assists (211).
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Former Ohio State Forward Jae’Sean Tate Named To All-NBA Rookie First Team

After averaging 11.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists for the Houston Rockets this season, former Ohio State forward Jae’Sean Tate was named to the All-NBA Rookie First Team on Thursday evening. The 6-foot-4 and 230-pound Tate went undrafted in 2018 and spent the last two seasons playing for the...
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2021 NBA Draft Lottery Probabilities

For the 22nd time in team history, the Cavs will be in the NBA Draft Lottery and will have to rely on luck to determine draft positioning. The Cavs are tied for the best odds at the No. 1 pick alongside the Warriors and Timberwolves. Cleveland has the fifth best...
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Anthony Edwards Unimpressed After LaMelo Ball Gets Crowned ROTY

Yesterday, LaMelo Ball was officially crowned Rookie of the Year in the NBA. This was a bit surprising when you consider how Ball was injured for a good chunk of the season. While LaMelo was out, players like Anthony Edwards thrived, and some people had Edwards taking ROTY given Melo's injury issues. Regardless, Edwards' efforts weren't enough to overcome Ball's strong start, and the award went to the Charlotte Hornets superstar.
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3 moves the Knicks need to make this offseason

The New York Knicks need to make a few moves this offseason to pick up ground in the East. After massively overachieving this season, the New York Knicks need to make a few moves to improve their roster if they really want to be a factor in the Eastern Conference next year.