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Jason Kidd, Steve Nash and Grant Hill Elected for Basketball Hall of Fame

Jason Kidd, Steve Nash, and Grant Hill have been elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The rest of the inductees in Class of 2018 include Maurice Cheeks, basketball executive Rod Thorn and WNBA legend Tina Thompson. The full list of Class of 2018 inductees will be revealed on Saturday during the...

LiAngelo Ball Declares for 2018 NBA Draft

Are we going to see two Ball brothers in the NBA next season? While it might be a long shot, LiAngelo Ball is certainly hoping for it since he declared for 2018 NBA draft. The brother of Los Angeles Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball formally submitted early-entry paperwork to enter the draft according to his agent Harrison Gaines. It...

Wizards’ John Wall Returns to Practice but Doesn’t Know When He’ll Play Again

Remember when people thought Washington Wizards are better without their All-Star point guard John Wall who went down with an injury in January? Well, now the Wizards find themselves on a three games losing streak (including the ugly loss against the tanking New York Knicks), as the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference and good chances to drop down...

Celtics’ Kyrie Irving Set to Undergo a Surgery on His Left Knee

Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving has missed four straight games with knee soreness in March, and it looks like he won't be back on the court anytime soon. The Celtics issued a statement on their official site on Friday which said that Irving "will tomorrow undergo a minimally invasive procedure to alleviate irritation in his left knee." The...

San Francisco 49ers sign former Cowboys’ Guard Jonathan Cooper

San Francisco 49ers have agreed to a one-year deal with guard Jonathan Cooper, the team announced on Tuesday. Cooper, who spent the 2017 season playing for Dallas Cowboys, will compete for a place in the starting line-up, according to 49ers general manager John Lynch. "Having started 27 games in four NFL seasons, Jonathan brings great experience to the interior of...

New York Jets Acquire Third Overall Pick in 2018 NFL Draft from Indianapolis Colts

New York Jets moved up in the upcoming 2018 NFL draft, acquiring the third overall pick from the Indianapolis Colts in a blockbuster trade on Saturday. The Jets gave up their sixth overall pick and two second-round picks (No. 37 and No. 49) in this year's draft alongside second-rounder in 2019. It is expected that the Jets will use...

Oakland Raiders Agree to a Contract with Former Packers WR Jordy Nelson

Green Bay Packers fans won't be seeing quarterback Aaron Rodgers throwing pinpoint passes to his wide receiver Jordy Nelson in the end zone anymore. The Packers have decided to release Nelson on Wednesday, but the 32-year-old didn't spend a lot of time as a free agent since he agreed on a two-year, $15 million deal with the Oakland Raiders...

Philadelphia Eagles trade WR Torrey Smith to Carolina Panthers

After acquiring Michael Bennett from the Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles now engaged in trimming their salary, which is projected to be $14 million over the cap. They have traded wide receiver Torrey Smith to Carolina Panthers, with cornerback Daryl Worley heading in opposite direction. Smith is scheduled to earn $5 million this season, while Worley has two years on...

Los Angeles Rams Trade Pro-Bowler Robert Quinn to Miami Dolphins

Los Angeles Rams are continuing the work on reshaping their roster. After agreeing to a deal to bring All-Pro cornerback Marcus Peters from the Kansas City Chiefs last week, they are now trading away Pro-Bowl pass-rusher Robert Quinn. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Miami Dolphins are Quinn's next stop. In order to secure Quinn's services, the Dolphins will give...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Release RB Doug Martin and DT Chris Baker

Tampa Bay Buccaneers started the offseason with making roster cuts. The team has announced on Tuesday that they have released running back Doug Martin and defensive tackle Chris Baker. Martin signed a five-year, $35.75 million contract extension with the Buccaneers in 2016 and was owed $7 million in the upcoming season. Baker was entering his second year of the...

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