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Report: Grizzlies Expected to Move on From Eric Bledsoe After Trade

The Memphis Grizzlies and the New Orleans Pelicans made the first trade of the 2021 NBA Offseason. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the blockbuster deal included the Pelicans getting rid of Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe, two 2021 draft picks, and a 2022 protected pick in exchange for Jonas Valanciunas and two 2021 draft picks.
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Utah Jazz: Donovan Mitchell cracks code about Mike Conley’s future

Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell has “confirmed” the return of Mike Conley. Based on Donovan Mitchell’s deductive reasoning, unrestricted free agent Mike Conley will still be a member of the Utah Jazz next season. Granted, Mitchell’s explanation, which he revealed as an Instagram comment on Tuesday, comes with a comedic...
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3 best free agency destinations for Bryn Forbes

Bryn Forbes has opted out of his $2.45 million player option with the Milwaukee Bucks for the 2021-22 NBA season, making him an unrestricted free agent. Forbes spent the first four seasons of his career with the San Antonio Spurs before signing with the Bucks last offseason. Across 70 appearances...
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Did Anybody Win the Grizzlies-Pelicans Trade? Plus: NBA Draft Cram Session.

Justin, Rob, Tjarks, and J. Kyle Mann discuss every aspect of the trade between the Memphis Grizzlies and New Orleans Pelicans (1:45). Then Tjarks and J. Kyle Mann help get Rob and Justin up to speed on what they need to know going into the NBA draft (18:43). Lastly they answer some questions from Spotify Greenroom listeners (51:20).
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Knicks Rumors: NY could be next to “shake things up” in the NBA Draft

The first NBA Draft trade happened yesterday afternoon, and the New York Knicks could be up next. Adrian Wojnarowski first reported the trade yesterday – The Memphis Grizzlies agreed to trade Jonas Valanciunas and 2021 picks 17 and 5 to New Orleans in exchange for Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe, 2021 picks 10, 40, and a protected 2022 first-round pick via the Lakers. Rumors had been circulating that the Pelicans were looking to shop Bledsoe and their 10th pick in an effort to clear more cap space, and the Grizzlies were the team that pounced.
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NBA free agency: Pelicans have space to pair Kyle Lowry and Zion Williamson, but other appealing options exist

The New Orleans Pelicans paid a steep price for their newfound cap flexibility. They moved down from No. 10 to No. 17 in a strong 2021 NBA Draft and gave up an extra first-round pick in the process, but it was well worth it to wipe the two worst contracts on the team off their books. With Steven Adams and Eric Bledsoe in New Orleans, the Pelicans were looking at no more than $13 million or so in cap space. After Monday's trade with the Memphis Grizzlies, they are closer to $37 million. Aside from Kawhi Leonard, they should have the spending power to sign any free agent in this class.
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Jason McIntyre NBA Mock Draft 6.0: First round trade movement begins

We’re approaching 48 hours until the NBA Draft and things are starting to get complicated. The Memphis Grizzlies and New Orleans Pelicans trade on Monday saw them swapping picks No. 10 and No. 17, with Memphis willing to take on two somewhat bad contracts because it appears they really like someone at 10.
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How Warriors trading for Beal would impact place in West

Finally, the week of the NBA draft is upon us, with free agency on the horizon as well. All of the conjecture and speculation that has been floating around the last few months now comes to a head, and reality will soon set in. But until Thursday's draft arrives, one...
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Kyle Lowry Rumors: Pelicans to Pursue Star, Hope PG Can Be Leader Like Chris Paul

In their quest to make a big splash in free agency, the New Orleans Pelicans are reportedly drawing inspiration from the Western Conference champion Phoenix Suns. Per ESPN's Brian Windhorst, Pelicans president of basketball operations David Griffin is hoping to make a "huge offer" to Kyle Lowry "in an effort to import the type of leadership that Chris Paul brought to the Suns last year in morphing them into contenders."
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Cleveland Cavaliers: 2 realistic expectations for FA target Reggie Bullock

The 2021 NBA Draft is rapidly approaching here on Thursday night, and the Cleveland Cavaliers are set to pick third, and could very well land a potential superstar there. It appears that USC big Evan Mobley is the most likely possibility for Cleveland at that spot, although Gonzaga guard Jalen Suggs, and to a lesser extent, Florida State wing Scottie Barnes and G League Ignite wing Jonathan Kuminga could maybe be.
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3 implications of the Memphis Grizzlies’ trade with the Pelicans

The Memphis Grizzlies and the New Orleans Pelicans officially kicked off the trade market with a gigantic trade that seemingly came out of nowhere. There were rumors leading up to this one, but nobody expected the involvement of Jonas Valanciunas and Steven Adams, two bigs who have a very similar playstyle.
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Memphis Grizzlies: 3 teams to trade up with even further than No. 10

The Memphis Grizzlies shocked the NBA world on Monday when reports confirmed that they would be swapping first-round picks with the New Orleans Pelicans. Specifically, they’d be sending Jonas Valanciunas and both of their picks to the Pelicans in exchange for Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe, and two higher picks (plus a 2022 first-rounder).
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