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Kyrie Irving to be traded…to the Denver Nuggets?!?!


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With a budding superstar in Kyrie Irving, the Cleveland Cavaliers had high hopes before the season started and that they will be one of the playoff contenders in the Eastern Conference. The rest of the East is looking like a showdown between the Miami heat and Indiana Pacers. Find some free NBA picks from an expert for today’s games.

The Cavaliers did try to improve the team by trading for small forward Luol Deng earlier this season. However, Cleveland’s performance hasn’t improved owing to lack of chemistry and perhaps, lack of talent in the roster.

The Cavs infamously drafted Anthony Bennett as the first overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft making them the laughingstock in the league this season as the 22-year-old is looking like a bust every time he hits the floor.

Irving, who was named as an NBA All-Star reserve in New Orleans this February, is dismayed with the fact that his team still cannot contend for anything significant in his third year in the league. Irving has averaged 21.5 PPG, 3.5 RPG and 5.8 APG in 42 games for the Cavs this season.

With a disgruntled Irving, the Cavaliers front office may have no choice but to trade away their star PG lest they want to go through “The Decision” once again—when they lost LeBron James for nothing via free agency in 2010.

Irving has two year left in his contract and the deal expires after 2014-2015. The 21-year-old should be due for a huge extension at around the $12M to $15M range. The question if is he’s willing to sign that superstar max deal with Cleveland.

Via ESPN’s Trade Machine, here is a trade scenario with the Nuggets involving Irving:

Cleveland Cavaliers – Denver Nuggets Trade
K. Irving ($5.6M) + J. Jack ($6.3M) + A. Varejao ($9.1M) for T. Lawson ($10.7M) + D. Gallinari ($10.1M)

Logic for the Cavaliers: Yes, both Lawson and Gallinari are owed multi-million in multi-years but that also means they have them locked down for the next seasons. Reloading rather than rebuild as Lawson and Gallinari have star potential and good building blocks.

Logic for the Nuggets: They get their star PG in Irving, who has more upside than the undersized Lawson and get serviceable players in Jack and Varejao.



Greg Oden signs with the Miami Heat!


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Greg Oden’s NBA comeback will be launched on South Beach.

Oden told ESPN.com on Friday night that he has indeed chosen the two-time defending champion Miami Heat as his new team, capping a monthlong recruiting process which culminated with Oden spending this entire week making his final selection from a list of six suitors.

Referring to Miami, home of the two-time reigning champions, as the “best place” and “best fit” after years of knee troubles, Oden will report to the Heat on Monday and, according to sources close to the process, sign a two-year deal at the league minimum with a player option for Year 2.

The contract will pay $1.03 million in 2013-14 and $1.14 million in 2014-15 if Oden picks up that option. The 25-year-old has earned nearly $24 million in salary since being drafted No. 1 overall by the Portland Trail Blazers in 2007 but has appeared in only 82 career NBA games because of his many knee troubles.

Oden chose the Heat over San Antonio, Dallas, New Orleans, Sacramento and Atlanta, teams that — with the exception of the Mavericks — all sent representatives to Indianapolis last week to watch him work out in person. He called officials from each of the finalists Friday night to inform them he was headed elsewhere.

In a Friday night phone interview after ESPN.com reported that he had chosen the Heat, Oden described the mental toll from his time out of the league as a lot of “ups and downs.”

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“With more downs,” Oden said.

He’s not sure yet, further, how soon he’ll be ready to play in actual games, saying that he hopes to lose even more weight after slimming down to his current 275 pounds.

“I could be ready to go but it’s still a work in progress,” Oden said. “My minutes and amount of playing time and all that is going to have to be monitored.”

Oden said it was a “big deciding factor” that Heat officials made it clear to him that he “wouldn’t be needed as much early in the season” as he works his way back from more than three years out of the NBA.

“When I had a conversation with Coach [Erik] Spoelstra and hearing how much he knew about the training stuff that I was already doing, it kind of made me feel like they know what’s best for me,” Oden said.

Oden added: “I’m not going to sit here and say I’m 100 percent. I am moving [well] and I am feeling good, but I have a lot of work to do.”

In addition to the push from Spoelstra and Heat president Pat Riley, who began recruiting Oden in the spring, Oden said Heat star LeBron James recruited him via text message. Sources said Cleveland, Boston and Memphis, in addition to the other five finalists, all expressed interest in Oden since free agency began July 1, but those three teams declined to make a formal offer. 

New Orleans, sources said, was one team that offered at least twice what Miami was offering for next season. But Oden scoffed at concerns that he’s needlessly thrusting himself back into the spotlight instead of launching his comeback with more of an under-the-radar franchise.

“[The Heat] are in the spotlight, what can I say?” Oden said. “But for them to come after me with all the stuff I’ve been going through — for them to think I can still be an important piece of their team — I’m really excited about that. The scrutiny … that’s going to be there with any team I signed with. I just want to play.”

Asked about his expectations for the coming season, Oden added: “I want to be able to finish the season healthy. [After] everything I’ve been through, I want to be able to say I played the game and I had no problems.”

Signing Oden will cost the Heat roughly $2.6 million in luxury tax after the coming season and nudge their overall projected tax bill for 2013-14 to just under $19 million based on a $101.5 million payroll. But Miami is cautiously optimistic that adding a rejuvenated Oden to the re-signedChris Andersen – after the bargain acquisitions of Shane Battier and Ray Allen before them — will address their size issues after longstanding concerns about their team rebounding and rim presence defensively.

The reality, though, is that Oden hasn’t played in an NBA game since Dec. 5, 2009. And he underwent his third career microfracture knee surgery as recently as February 2012.

Over the first 21 games of the 2009-10 season, Oden averaged 11.1 points, 8.5 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game before succumbing to injury again. He said Friday night that he never imagined making an NBA comeback until last October.

“That’s when we started back from the bottom,” Oden said. “That’s when I said, ‘Let’s go, this is it, this is going to be my give-it-your-all [last stand] to try to get back on the court.”

Mike Conley Sr., Oden’s primary agent and a gold medalist in the triple jump at the 1992 Olympics, said: “After three years of not playing, getting himself all the way back to play the sport at such a high level, he’s a hero in my book.”

Said BDA Sports’ Bill Duffy, another of Oden’s main advisers: “As he gets his bearings and learns more about his body and his diet and all those things, we’re still hoping that this can be a Grant Hill- or Zydrunas Ilgauskas-type story where [Oden] gets past all the injuries and hopefully has the successful career he was always hoping to have.”


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John Wall gets his monster $80M extension!


 

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Washington Wizards point guard John Wall has agreed to a five-year, $80 million extension, a person with knowledge of the deal confirmed.

The person spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because the deal has not yet been announced. The former No. 1 pick out of Kentucky hasn’t ushered in a new era of winning like they’d hoped, but the Wizards clearly still see him as a player worthy of being their franchise centerpiece.

Washington went a combined 43-105 in his first two seasons, with Wall proving to be productive (16.4 and 16.3 points and 8.3 assists and eight assists per game, respectively) if inefficient player (40.9% and 42.3% shooting overall, 3.8 and 3.9 turnovers, respectively).

Wall missed nearly three months last season because of a stress injury in his left kneecap, but returned to average 18.5 points, 7.6 assists, and 3.2 turnovers down the stretch of the season.The Wizards finished 29-53 and missed the postseason for the fifth consecutive time, but they were 24-25 with Wall in the lineup.

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John Wall and Wizards are close to a huge extension!


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John Wall is still in the formative stage of his NBA career but the Washington Wizards believe the best is certainly yet to come for their star point guard. The next step, of course, is working on a long-term extension for Wall, a process that has progressed rapidly.

The two sides are reportedly close to a deal for five years and $80 million. Wall, who is in town this week for USA Basketball’s Men’s National Team mini-camp,  and the Wizards could have the deal locked down by Aug. 1, according to ESPN.com’s Marc Stein.

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The sides have until Oct. 31 to come to an agreement on an extension or Wall would be a restricted free agent during a loaded summer of 2014. But that’s a scenario the Wizards are clearly trying to avoid by offering Wall, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 Draft, a monster deal.

Wall, 22, dazzled the second half last season, returning from a knee injury to average 18.5 points, 7.6 assists and 4.0 rebounds in the final 49 games of the 2012-13 season. Wall is the linchpin to the Wizards’ franchise revival and the this sort of contract is proof that the Wizards are convinced that he is indeed the franchise player they thought he was when they drafted him.



2013 NBA Draft results


2013 NBA Draft results

1. Cleveland Cavaliers – PF Anthony Bennett, UNLV (Full coverage)

2. Orlando Magic - SG Victor Oladipo, Indiana (Full coverage)

3. Washington Wizards - SF Otto Porter, Georgetown (Full coverage)

4. Charlotte Bobcats - PF Cody Zeller, Indiana (Full coverage)

5. Phoenix Suns - C Alex Len, Maryland (Full coverage)

6. New Orleans Pelicans – C Nerlens Noel, Kentucky (Full coverage) [Traded to 76ers]

7. Sacramento Kings - SG Ben McLemore, Kansas (Full coverage)

8. Detroit Pistons - SG Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia (Full coverage)

9. Minnesota Timberwolves - PG Trey Burke, Michigan (Full coverage) [Traded to Utah]

10. Portland Trail Blazers - PG C.J. McCollum, Lehigh (Full coverage)

11. Philadelphia 76ers - PG Michael Carter-Williams, Syracuse (Full coverage)

12. Oklahoma City Thunder - C Steven Adams, Pittsburgh (Full coverage)

13. Dallas Mavericks - C Kelly Olynyk, Gonzaga (Full coverage) [Traded to Celtics]

14. Utah Jazz - SF Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA (Full coverage) [Traded to Timberwolves]

15. Milwaukee Bucks - SF Giannis Adetokunbo, Greece (Full coverage)

16. Boston Celtics - C Lucas Nogueira, Brazil (Full coverage) [Traded to Hawks]

17. Atlanta Hawks - PG Dennis Schroeder, Germany (Full coverage)

18. Atlanta Hawks – PG Shane Larkin, Miami (Full coverage)

19. Cleveland Cavaliers – SF Sergey Karasev, Russia (Full coverage)

20. Chicago Bulls - SF Tony Snell, New Mexico (Full coverage)

21. Utah Jazz – C Gorgui Dieng, Louisville (Full coverage) [Traded to Timberwolves]

22. Brooklyn Nets - C, Mason Plumlee, Duke (Full coverage)

23. Indiana Pacers - SF Solomon Hill, Arizona (Full coverage)

24. New York Knicks - SF Tim Hardaway Jr., Michigan (Full coverage)

25. Los Angeles Clippers - SF Reggie Bullock, North Carolina (Full coverage)

26. Minnesota Timberwolves – SF Andre Roberson, Colorado (Full coverage) [Traded to Oklahoma City via Golden State]

27. Denver Nuggets - C Rudy Gobert, France (Full coverage) [Traded to Utah]

28. San Antonio Spurs - F Livio Jean-Charles, France (Full coverage)

29. Oklahoma City Thunder -PG Archie Goodwin, Kentucky (Full coverage) [Traded to Phoenix via Golden State]

30. Phoenix Suns – G Nemanja Nedovic, Serbia (Full coverage) [Traded to Golden State]

31. Cleveland Cavaliers – SG Allen Crabbe, Cal (Full coverage)

32. Oklahoma City Thunder – SG Alex Abrines, Spain (Full coverage)

33. Cleveland Cavaliers – SG Caririck Felix, Arizona State (Full coverage)

34. Houston Rockets - PG Isaiah Canaan, Murray State (Full coverage)

35. Philadelphia 76ers – SF Glen Rice Jr., Rio Grande Valley Vipers (Full coverage)

36. Sacramento Kings – PG Ray McCallum, Detroit (Full coverage)

37. Detroit Pistons – PF Tony Mitchell, UNT (Full coverage)

38. Washington Wizards – G Nate Wolters, South Dakota State (Full coverage)

39. Portland Trail Blazers – C Jeff Withey, Kansas (Full coverage)

40. Portland Trail Blazers – PF Grant Jarrett, Arizona (Full coverage)

41. Memphis Grizzlies - SG Jamaal Franklin, San Diego State (Full coverage)

42. Philadelphia 76ers – PG Pierre Jackson, Baylor (Full coverage)

43. Milwaukee Bucks – SG Ricky Ledo, Providence (Full coverage)

44. Dallas Mavericks – C Mike Muscala, Bucknell (Full coverage)

45. Portland Trail Blazers – C Marko Todorovic, Spain (Full coverage)

46. Utah Jazz – G Erick Green, Virginia Tech (Full coverage)

47. Atlanta Hawks – G Raul Neto, Brazil (Full coverage)

48. Los Angeles Lakers - F Ryan Kelly, Duke (Full coverage)

49. Chicago Bulls – PF Erik Murphy, Florida (Full coverage)

50. Atlanta Hawks – F James Ennis, (Full Coverage) [Traded to Heat]

51. Orlando Magic – PF Romero Osby, Oklahoma (Full coverage)

52. Minnesota Timberwolves – PG Lorenzo Brown, NC State (Full coverage)

53. Indiana Pacers – C Colton Iverson, Colorado State (Full coverage) [Traded to Boston]

54. Washington Wizards – PF Arsalan Kazemi, Oregon (Full coverage)

55. Memphis Grizzlies – PF Joffrey Lauvergne, France (Full coverage)

56. Detroit Pistons – PG Peyton Siva, PL (Full coverage)

57. Phoenix Suns – F Alex Oriakhi, Missouri (Full coverage)

58. San Antonio Spurs – SF Deshaun Thomas, Ohio State (Full coverage)

59. Minnesota Timberwolves – PF Bojan Dubljevic, Serbia (Full coverage)

60. Memphis Grizzlies – SF Janis Timma, Latvia (Full coverage)


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