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The forgotten Warriors of the last decade

If you question most serious Golden State Warriors fans about who the team’s two-way contracts were in the 2021-22 NBA season, you’ll probably get a fairly expeditious answer: Chris Chiozza and Quinndary Weatherspoon. In most cases the answer will end there. Each team is allotted two spots for...
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Shams Charania Says The Phoenix Suns Are Still In Play For Kevin Durant and MORE!

Shams Charania of The Athletic says the Phoenix Suns are still in play for Kevin Durant. I also react/give my thoughts on a hypothetical trade scenario, western conference wins projections for the upcoming season, and MORE! Here are my thoughts! Follow Me On News Break <a href=""></a> Follow Me On TWITTER: @ <a href=""></a> Follow Me On INSTAGRAM @ <a href=""></a> Facebook: <a href=""></a>

Jason Kidd could add old NBA teammate to Mavs coaching staff?

Jason Kidd may be pulling the strings on a relationship he first built roughly 25 years ago. European outlet SportKlub reported this week that retired former Phoenix Suns player Marko Milic could be joining Kidd’s coaching staff on the Dallas Mavericks. While the Mavs have not announced their full staff for the 2022-23 season, the report adds that Milic is rumored to be coming onboard as a player development coach.

SOURCE SPORTS: Brooklyn Nets Governor Joe Tsai Backs Front Office Over Kevin Durant

Brooklyn Nets governor Joe Tsai has heard Kevin Durant’s demand and has firmly cemented himself behind the team’s front office. In a report on The Athletic, Shams Charania wrote Durant had a meeting with Nets owner Joseph Tsai and laid down the ultimatum of keeping him or head coach Steve Nash and general manager Sean Marks. According to Charania, Durant stated he did not “have faith in the team’s direction.”

Phoenix Suns should decline two proposed free agent signings

The Phoenix Suns are still examining areas to upgrade their roster, not content with where it took them in this year’s playoffs. The point-guard position is certainly an area that’s been discussed and dissected regularly, while any team can always do with more help and versatility on the wing. One area that seems set though is the center position, with that having already been solidified earlier in free agency.

Pelicans News Around the Web 8/9/22

Check out our daily collection of Pelicans news and notes from local and national reporters around the Internet on August 9, 2022. Ranking: The Top 25 small forwards for the 2022-23 season. In 2021-22, Brandon Ingram did an admirable job of stepping up in the absence of Williamson, helping lead...
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Early projections for Kings’ 2022-23 season

Based off the moves the Sacramento Kings have made so far this off season, their fans seem to be feeling pretty optimistic about the forthcoming season. They hired a new coaching staff and added a lot of new talent to the roster. All great things. But, how does the rest of the basketball world see this season playing out for Sacramento?

New Twist in Kevin Durant saga could impact the Phoenix Suns

It seems the entire NBA world is focused in and monitoring the Kevin Durant situation with the Brooklyn Nets. Perhaps the Phoenix Suns are keeping an even keener eye, particularly given they were labelled a preferred destination when the two-time Finals MVP requested a trade over a month ago. Now...

Odds suggest Phoenix Suns’ Mikal Bridges is well placed to make history

Although the conclusion may have been less than ideal, Phoenix Suns’ Mikal Bridges made giant strides in an incredibly promising fourth season. Having committed to the 25 year-old on a four-year, $90 million contract prior to last season, the Suns would have been thrilled with Bridges’ development into one of the premiere two-way wings in the league.

What could a potential Kevin Durant trade look like?

Kevin Durant has dropped his second bombshell of the season, delivering an ultimatum to Brooklyn Nets owner Joseph Tsai to either fire head coach Steve Nash and general manager Sean Marks or trade him. This renewed trade request from Durant probably precludes the possibility of a reconciliation, and Tsai himself tweeted that the front office and coaching staff have his “support” after his meeting with Durant. Getting a deal done won’t be easy. The Nets have already spoken with the Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns, Toronto Raptors, and Boston Celtics about moving the superstar, but haven’t received any offers up to their standards. If you were an NBA general manager, what would you trade for Durant? Do you still want him after all of his machinations this summer in Brooklyn? How many first-round picks and players do you think it will take to land him? Discuss in the comments section below.