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Kemba Walker said he grew up a Knicks fan but can't see himself signing with New York when he becomes a free agent next summer.

Walker reiterated that he plans to stay in Charlotte, where he has spent his entire NBA career. "I’ve been hearing it for years now — the Knicks," Walker said. "Every time I come home, it’s, ‘When are you coming home to the Knicks?’ MSG is a special place, man. Of course, I’ve been a Knicks fan growing up, always rooted for the home team. But I really can’t see myself in a Knicks jersey — only because I’ve been in one jersey. I really don’t know."
Aug 17 - 10:23 AM

Stephen Curry said he wants to spend his entire career in Golden State.

Curry is originally from Charlotte and his father, Dell, is one of the best players in Hornets franchise history. Thus, some suspected he might want to play there before he hangs up his Nikes. However, Curry says that's not the case. "I love the Bay Area, man. The only reason I go home now is if my sister’s getting married or to go play the Hornets for that one game, so I haven’t really been back much," said Curry. "I haven’t put my mind there."
Source: NBC Sports
Aug 17 - 9:17 AM

Greg Monroe said he's been working on his 3-point shooting and is starting to feel more comfortable from distance.

He talked to coach Nick Nurse and is working to adapt his game to the 2018 pace-and-space style. "Now it's just time to get reps in game situations," Monroe said. He hasn't made a single 3-pointer in his entire career, which is pretty impressive for a guy who has logged 589 games in the regular season. The big man was decent on his long twos in a small sample last year, making 8-of-17 from 16-24 feet. We're not expecting him to make an impact from deep this season.
Aug 16 - 8:47 PM

The Jazz have signed C Isaac Haas, but he will soon be waived.

Haas will likely join Utah for training camp but he's destined to join the G League with the Salt Lake City Stars. The undrafted big man out of Purdue won't be a fantasy factor this season.
Aug 16 - 5:55 PM

Nets coach Kenny Atkinson dismissed the notion that Brooklyn would intentionally tank in 2018-19 to improve their draft position.

"We’ve never talked about tanking," Atkinson said. "We talk about internal improvement. We talk about player development. We talk about culture, but tanking is not a word we use ... I don’t think the fans in New York want to see that." If this comes to fruition and the Nets play to win down the stretch, that can only help the fantasy outlook of guys like D'Angelo Russell, Jarrett Allen, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Allen Crabbe and Caris LeVert, not to mention the team's veterans.

Kemba Walker expects the Hornets to play "a lot faster" under head coach James Borrego.

The Hornets played at the ninth-fastest pace in the league last season, with 100.5 possessions per game, so they weren't exactly stagnant with coach Steve Clifford at the helm. Walker's fantasy value should only benefit if the Hornets do "play more up-tempo," as he expects, and he's a strong PG target in the 25-30 range. It doesn't hurt that he'll be extra motivated in the final year of an expiring contract.
Aug 16 - 5:09 PM
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