Report: Mavs to sign Ryan Broekhoff

Dallas’ efforts to gear up for a resurgent season reportedly continued on Thursday. According to Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports, the Mavs have come to an agreement on a two-year deal with Australian forward Ryan Broekhoff:
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Johnson played in 74 regular-season games last season with averages of 4.6 points, 4.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 15.8 minutes.

But, as has always been the case for James, home will pull at his heart.

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For the longest time, the perception was that once James ended Cleveland’s 52-year title drought in 2016, he would leave again as soon as he could. That doesn’t seem to be a slam dunk any longer.

By Friday, James is expected to make his first move and likely decline a $35.6 million contract option for next season with the Cavs, who are hoping their past loyalties to the 33-year-old and his own sentimental attachments – family, legacy – Leo Komarov Womens Jersey will keep him in Cleveland.

Unlike his free-agency forays in 2010 and 2014, James will not meet with prospective teams. He’s letting agent Rich Paul and his other representatives handle the business side of things as he vacations with family and makes up his mind.

The Clippers now have a 16-man roster with Bradley, one over the league maximum, and have interest in re-signing free-agent center Montrezl Harrell, according NBA officials not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.

If the Clippers and Harrell agree to a deal, that pushes their roster two players above the 15-man limit and would mean L.A. has to purge players.

We have no idea what the Spurs are going to now do about Kawhi Leonard, now that all 7.6 billion people currently on earth (that’s rising, by the way) know he wants out of San Antonio. Will they be able to change his mind in the next few weeks? Do they keep him through his contract, which has a year to run? Do they trade him at the deadline next February? Do they trade him Draft night? And if they do, what do they want back, and who will they trade with—the Lakers? The Sixers? The Celtics? Someone completely off the radar? Remember, no one, starting with us experts, had any idea that Oklahoma City was in the mix for Paul George.