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JaMychal Green and the Memphis Grizzlies Agree on 2-year, $17 Million Deal

NBA teams are slowly wrapping up their roster businesses. The reports are saying that Memphis Grizzlies and restricted free agent JaMychal Green agreed on a 2-year, $17 plus Million Deal. Green's return was confirmed by the Grizzlies on their official Twitter account. https://twitter.com/memgrizz/status/913176716973084672 Grizzlies offered a contract to Green before July 1 but didn't manage to make a substantial progress until...

Russell Westbrook Finally Signs 5 year, $205 million Extension with The OKC

While other players are looking to test free agency, see where they want to be in a year or two, not make long-term decisions, one man knows where he belongs. NBA's most explosive point guard and reigning MVP Russell Westbrook  has finally signed a 5 year, $205 million extension which was sitting on his table for a long time...

Dwyane Wade Officially Signs With the Cavaliers but Hopes to Retire in Miami Heat Jersey

It is official now. Dwyane Wade and LeBron James have reunited once again, but this time in Cleveland. After reports from multiple sources that Wade is going to sign with the Cavs, the team confirmed the news on their official Twitter profile. https://twitter.com/cavs/status/913159848711176192 Wade signed one-year, $2.3 million deal with the Cavs after reaching contract buyout agreement with the Chicago Bulls...

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver Expects Players to Stand For the National Anthem

After some NFL players and other athletes started taking a knee or sitting out during the national anthem as a form of protest against social injustice, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver addressed the possibility of something like that happening in the National Basketball League. "It's my hope that our players will continue to use that as a moment of unity. Many...

Dwyane Wade and Chicago Bulls Reach Contract Buyout Agreement

After just one season with the Bulls, Dwyane Wade is packing his bags and leaving Chicago. It was reported by K.C. Johnson, who covers Chicago Bulls for Chicago Tribune, that Chicago Bulls and Dwayne Wade reached a contract buyout agreement on Sunday night. According to sources, Wade gave up around $9 million out of the $23.8 million he supposed...

New York Knicks Trade Carmelo Anthony to Oklahoma City Thunder

Just when we thought there are no more surprises in what has been an exciting NBA offseason, New York Knicks and Oklahoma City Thunder decided to shake things up. On Saturday the Knicks have traded their superstar Carmelo Anthony to the OKC in exchange for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and Chicago’s 2018 second-round draft pick. Carmelo Anthony had a...

The Best FIFA Football Awards Finalists Revealed

On the even held in London, FIFA announced the finalist for The Best FIFA Football Awards. The winners will be revealed at the ceremony which will also take place in London on 23 October. FIFA introduced the award in 2016 when it cut ties with the France Football 's Ballon d'Or. Last year's winner Cristiano Ronaldo was joined by Lionel...

Detroit Tigers Decide Not To Renew Contract with Their Manager Brad Asmus

Detroit Tigers will enter the 2018 MLB season with a new manager. The team's GM Al Avila announced on Friday that Tigers won't offer a new contract to their current manager Brad Asmus. Tigers are entering rebuilding mode, trading away their star players (Justin Verlander, Justin Upton, and J.D. Martinez) and are in search for a new face to...

Josh Richardson Agrees to 4 Year, $42 million Extension with Miami Heat

According to ESPN's league sources, shooting guard Josh Richardson and Miami Heat have agreed on a 4-year contract extension worth $42 million. The contract extension Richardson signed includes a player option for the fourth year. The talks between Richardson's agents and Miami Heat officials were ongoing for a couple of weeks, with the team immediately expressing their intent to...

Zach Randolph of the Sacramento Kings Sentenced to Community Service

It has been reported by Associated Press' Michael Balsamo that the two times NBA All-Star and power forward for the Sacramento Kings, Zach Randolph has been sentenced on Wednesday to community service. The sentence came after Randolph's involvement in an incident in Los Angeles which resulted in charges for marijuana possession and resisting arrest. Frank Mateljan, a spokesman for the...

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