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Juwan Howard Declined The Los Angeles Lakers Head Coaching Job Offer, Says Adrian Wojnarowski

The Los Angeles Lakers have been working behind the scenes to fill the vacancy of Head Coach that has followed Frank Vogel's departure from the franchise. Recent names mentioned in the running have been Milwaukee Bucks assistant Darwin Ham and former Portland Trail Blazers Head Coach Terry Stotts. However, it seems that overtures were made to another candidate as well.
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Nikola Jokic Has Won Back To Back NBA MVP Awards, Says Adrian Wojnarowski

The NBA MVP race for the 2021-22 regular season has been one of the most hotly debated ones in recent memory. Three players had an excellent case for the award, with any of them winning unlikely to be a surprise. Nikola Jokic, Joel Embiid, and Giannis Antetokounmpo all made their cases with incredible seasons, but there can finally be just one MVP.
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ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski Reveals Ben Simmons’ Playoff Plan

Ben Simmons hasn’t played a single game this NBA season, but all signs point to him suiting up for the Brooklyn Nets in Game 4 against the Boston Celtics. According to ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the current plan for Simmons is to play in Game 4. The All-Star point guard just needs to make sure he doesn’t suffer a setback.
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‘You dummy’: Adrian Wojnarowski appears to connect Kyrie Irving drama to gambling

ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski had a questionable explanation for the tension that played out between Kyrie Irving and Celtics fans over the weekend. After an eventful Game 1 at TD Garden for Irving and the Nets, in which he gave Celtics fans the middle finger and told another to “suck my d–k,” the Worldwide Leader’s preeminent NBA insider seemingly blamed gambling for how the events unfolded. Kyrie flipping off Celtics fans after the jumper 😳 pic.twitter.com/jwbIt4kYpP— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) April 17, 2022https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js “As gambling becomes more prevalent in the arena, people gambling on almost everything, and they’re drinking, players and organizations – and...
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Adrian Wojnarowski Has New Injury Update On Ben Simmons

The Brooklyn Nets are set to tipoff one of the most intriguing first-round playoff series of this year’s NBA postseason as they face off against the Boston Celtics. The No. 7-seed Nets are currently being carried by their core unit of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. But according to ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the third member of the never-before-seen Brooklyn big three could be taking the court at some point during this first-round series.
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Adrian Wojnarowski Drops Bad News On Luka Doncic’s Return: "There's Uncertainty On Whether He Will Be On The Floor"

The Dallas Mavericks' worst nightmare came true when Luka Doncic injured his calf in the final game of the regular season against the San Antonio Spurs. That has sent the Mavericks into panic mode, as everyone associated with the team waits with bated breath to find out whether Doncic will play in the opening playoff game between Dallas and the Utah Jazz.
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ESPN is spending nearly $250 million combined on four guys: Adam Schefter, Adrian Wojnarowski, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman

NFL insider Schefter and NBA insider Wojnarowski recently re-signed for hefty paychecks, with Schefter raking in $9 million a year over five years and Wojnarowski earning $7 million a year over the same span of time. In all, ESPN is spending $80 million on its two most prominent insiders. That's on top of ESPN recently agreeing to pay $165 million for Joe Buck and Troy Aikman to join Monday Night Football. "ESPN has just spent around $250,000,000 on four sports media personalities. A quarter billion! So what is ESPN doing?" says the New York Post's Andrew Marchand. "ESPN is trying to ward off the emerging platforms, the other major networks and the digital entities in an increasingly crowded space. There is an argument to be made against the excessiveness of the money spent – it is deliciously ridiculous – but if you have the dough, why not shop at the top of the market? You know, be 'The Worldwide Leader in Sports.'"
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Report: How Much ESPN Is Paying Adam Schefter, Adrian Wojnarowski

Earlier Thursday afternoon, ESPN announced it locked up its two biggest insiders with new contracts. Both NFL insider Adam Schefter and NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski aren’t going anywhere. Jimmy Pitaro, Chairman, ESPN & Sports Content, announced both men signed new deals with the Worldwide Leader. “Adam and Woj are...
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