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Tobias Harris, Avery Bradley and Boban Marjanovic have all been traded to the Clippers.

The Pistons are also sending a first-round and a second-round draft pick for Blake Griffin, Willie Reed and Brice Johnson. Harris could slide right into the starting small forward role alongside Danilo Gallinari (glute) once he's healthy and could see a bump in value with this move since the Clippers have limited firepower. On the other hand, this could be bad news down the stretch if the Clippers scrap their playoff hunt and embrace the tank.
Jan 29 - 6:37 PM

LeBron James made 8-of-12 from the field and 8-of-10 from the line for 27 points during an easy 116-86 Game 3 victory over the Celtics on Saturday, adding five rebounds, 12 assists, two steals, two blocks and two steals in 38 minutes.

The Cavs had a double-digit lead for 42 minutes during this wire-to-wire victory, but LeBron stayed in the game until 6:49 with the Cavs up 30 -- their biggest lead of the night. He's never been down 0-3 in a playoff series and that's still true after the Cavs were run out of Boston to start this series. LeBron cited the defense in this win, but he didn't mention that the Celtics weren't as locked in as they were in the first two. The Celtics still haven't lost a postseason game at home in these playoffs, so the Cavs will have some work to do even if they can hold serve at The Q on Monday.
May 19 - 11:02 PM

Al Horford scored seven points with seven rebounds, four assists, and one 3-pointer in 30 minutes against the Cavs in Game 3 on Saturday.

The Cavs took him out of the game plan in the first half and at that point it was too late with the Celtics down 20 for much of the third quarter. Horford's scoring output has dropped in each game during this series while he hasn't been involved as a facilitator as much. He'll be busier in Game 4 on Monday.
May 19 - 10:59 PM

While the Lakers "like their young core and would prefer to keep those players growing together, they have told teams no player is untouchable in trades," according to Tania Ganguli of the L.A. Times.

The report states that Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Brandon Ingram, Julius Randle or Josh Hart could all be had for the right price. This isn't shocking, as the Lakers have long been planning to make a major push for LeBron James and/or Paul George this summer. If it takes moving one of their young studs to make that happen, the Lakers won't hesitate.
May 19 - 1:29 PM

Chris Paul has no lingering issues from the soreness he experienced in his left calf late in Game 2.

Paul was seen limping slightly in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's win over the Warriors, and had an ice pack on his lower leg at the end of the game. However, he is good to go for Sunday's Game 3. "His foot was bothering him a little bit," coach Mike D'Antoni said. "It shouldn't be a problem. Just normal. Nothing that would sideline him or anything. He's good." Paul also told reported that he's "all right."
May 19 - 1:20 PM

Coach Brad Stevens said that Shane Larkin (shoulder) is with the team in Cleveland but will not play in Games 3 and 4 and is unlikely to return this series.

Earlier in the week, Stevens said that Larkin was "progressing well" and that he was able to do some running, but still had some discomfort catching and swinging the ball. With Larkin sideline, Terry Rozier and Marcus Smart will continue to log extended minutes.
May 19 - 11:27 AM

Trae Young said he has put on 10 pounds of muscle in five weeks.

He's not even in the league yet and he already has #MuscleWatch going. Young is one of the best scorers in the draft after leading the NCAA in points and dimes per game, but he did only register a 6'3" wingspan as one of the smallest players in the draft. He's met with the Bulls, Knicks and others, and there's almost no doubt he'll be going in the top 10.
May 18 - 6:09 PM

Luka Doncic scored 16 points in a EuroLeague semifinal against CSKA Moscow on Friday, adding seven rebounds, two assists and three turnovers.

He set the tempo in the first half, and showed he can score in isolation and off a ball screen. Doncic is already one of the most talented players in Europe and he's still just 19 years old. It's still not a total lock he'll be coming over this year and he likely won't say anything concrete until next month, but his agent said yesterday Doncic hasn't thought about a particular team yet. He's almost a lock to go in the top three.
May 18 - 5:06 PM

DeMarcus Cousins says his rehab is going great and that he is "shooting to be ready for training camp."

Cousins underwent successful surgery to repair his torn left Achilles in late January. He says he has been cleared to rehab six days a week. "The results have been good so far — well, not even good, great," said Cousins. "I didn’t lose much strength. It’s a lot of positives. Like I said, everything’s been great and it’s in the right direction." Cousins, who will hit free agency this summer, also said that he would be open to returning to New Orleans.
May 18 - 12:52 PM

Michael Porter Jr. said he's "fully healed" from his back injury and that he feels 100 percent.

On Nov. 22, Porter had a successful microdiscectomy of his L3-L4 spinal discs, which kept him to just three games as a freshman at Missouri. Porter was widely viewed as a top-three player in the draft coming into the year thanks to a prototype frame with a seven-foot wingspan on his 6'10" body, but he does have his injury concerns. He'll likely be going in the top 10.
May 17 - 7:03 PM

Donte DiVincenzo posted a 42-inch max vertical leap at the combine on Thursday.

That's tied for the highest max vert on Thursday (Josh Okogie), and DiVincenzo currently is in the lead for standing vert at 34.5". He also looked good early in the scrimmages today, but being a little undersized likely takes him out of the lottery. The reigning Most Outstanding Player in the NCAA tourney has helped himself since March.
May 17 - 6:44 PM

Grayson Allen posted a 40.5-inch max vertical leap at the combine on Thursday.

He also had an elite shuttle run at 3.04 seconds and was very good in the lane agility drill at 10.31. Allen did only have a 32.5-inch standing vert, but he's still putting up better numbers than expected and even mentioned his comparison to J.J. Redick. "I don’t think J.J. jumped 40 inches," Allen said. The four-year Duke guard is likely going to be an option in the 25-45 range.
May 17 - 5:59 PM




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