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Friday, July 3, 2015

Basketball

Lakers had second meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge, apologized for first

LaMarcus Aldridge reportedly left his first free agency meeting with the Los Angeles feeling underwhelmed, but he apparently respects the franchise enough that he was willing to give it another shot. ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne reports that Aldridge granted the Lakers’ request for a second meeting on Thursday night, and the team spent the entire 90…Read More

Steel workers on new Kings arena wrote ‘Go Warriors’ on materials

Golden State Warriors fans are everywhere these days, and their imprints are far reaching. That includes the Sacramento Kings’ new home. Schuff Steel in Stockton, Calif., is constructing some of the steel that will go on the roof of the new Kings’ arena. Of course, being partway between Oakland and Sacramento means that not everyone…Read More

Pat Riley reportedly meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge in L.A.

Sound the alarm. A new contender has emerged from behind the shadows and unexpectedly tossed its hat into the ring in the LaMarcus Aldridge sweepstakes. The Godfather is alive and well as Pat Riley and the Miami Heat are now said to be in hot pursuit of the top prize of the 2015 free agency…Read More

Dwyane Wade returning to Miami on 1-year, $20 million deal

Happy days are here again for the Miami Heat. After weeks of speculation that he might bolt the team in free agency, franchise superstar Dwyane Wade is officially returning to South Beach for the 2015-16 season. FLASH: Dwyane Wade accepts deal to stay with Miami Heat, source tells The Associated Press. — Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds)…Read More

Tim Duncan officially returning to Spurs for another season

Tim Duncan on Thursday officially announced that he will be returning to the San Antonio Spurs for another season. The 39-year-old told Kolten Parker of the San Antonio Express-News that his decision to return for a 19th NBA season was solidified when he sat down with Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich on Wednesday. “I’ll be…Read More

Greg Monroe chose Bucks over Knicks, Lakers for playoff potential

The Los Angeles Lakers are not the only storied NBA franchise that is struggling to attract free agents this offseason. On Thursday, Greg Monroe agreed to a three-year, $50 million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks that includes a player option after the second season. The 25-year-old turned down the New York Knicks, Lakers and others…Read More

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