Daily Roundup

  • Cavs should control East with Love deal

    The much rumored deal sending Kevin Love to Cleveland is now official, with Minnesota acquiring No. 1 picks Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett, along with Thaddeus Young from Philadelphia.  It means LeBron James and the Cavs will very likely not have a major challenge in the East this season. 

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  • Cavs expected to add Marion in minimum deal

    When LeBron James signed with Cleveland last month, he said the team was not presently a championship level group.  That may be changing with the expected addition of Shawn Marion for a one-year deal at the veteran’s minimum salary of $ 1.4 million.

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  • Pacers could miss playoffs after George injury

    Paul George’s leg injury has been identified as a tibia-fibula fracture that is expected to keep him out of action next season.  It could not have been worse timing for Indiana— two weeks after free agent Lance Stephenson left for Charlotte.

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  • Cavs looking to deal Wiggins for Love to win now

    Shortly after being hired,  Cleveland head coach David Blatt said Andrew Wiggins would not be traded.  Now, it appears that Cavs are in full-blown win-now mentality, and are offering the newly-signed No. 1 pick as the headliner in a package to acquire Kevin Love.

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  • Stephenson leaves Pacers for Charlotte

    Lance Stephenson has provided a new surprise, leaving Indiana for Charlotte.  The controversial guard will be paid $ 9.0 million annually for three years.  This is in line with his Total Player Value grades for last season. 

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  • Parsons and Hayward cash in for big numbers

    This will obviously be most remembered as the free agent period in which LeBron James returned to Cleveland  It will also likely  be viewed as a summer of major overpayments to several other NBA players, notably Chandler Parsons and Gordon Hayward.

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  • Anthony is buying what Jackson is selling

    In the final analysis, there was very ltitle chance Carmelo Anthony was going to leave New York, once Phil Jackson was hired as team president.  The word became official yesterday, with Anthony signing for five years and at least $ 122 million.

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  • James announces his return to Cleveland

    LeBron James has announced  he is going back to Cleveland.  In a surprise announcement, he will leave Miami after four years and two championships to join a young team led by No. 1 picks Kyrie Irving and Andrew Wiggins.  The move apparently means he has repaired  relations with owner Dan Gilbert.

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MINI CHARTS

TOP 20 PLAYERS REG SEASON

NO PLAYER TEAM TPV VALUE
1 Kevin Durant OKC $ 30.5
2 LeBron James MIA $ 28.5
3 LaMarcus Aldridge POR $ 21.0
4 Blake Griffin LAC $ 20.0
5 Kevin Love MIN $ 20.0

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TOP 20 PLAYERS POST SEASON

NO PLAYER TEAM TPV VALUE
1 LeBron James MIA $ 33.0
2 Dwight Howard HOU $ 27.5
3 Russell Westbrook OKC $ 25.0
4 LaMarcus Aldridge POR $ 23.5
5 Stephen Curry GSW $ 23.5

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