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Steve Nash confirmed in a recent interview that he will retire after the 2014-15 season.

"I think this is my last season," said the 40-year-old Nash. "But I still love to play, practice and work on my game. I’m going to spend hopefully many many years living this life without basketball. It’ll be nice to play one more year." Nash, in his prime, was one of the most exciting point guards to watch. He won back-to-back MVP awards from 2004-2006, taking his Phoenix Suns team through multiple deep playoff runs, but never ending on the ultimate goal of an NBA championship. At 40 years of age Nash just doesn't have it anymore, and he only managed to make it through 15 games last season. While no longer a fantasy option, he figures to be a first ballot Hall of Famer, and the league will miss his constant professionalism.
Mon, Jul 28, 2014 02:55:00 PM

Andrew Bogut has agreed to a one-year deal with the Lakers for the veteran's minimum.

As expected, the Lakers keep their financial flexibility for the free agent market in 2018. Bogut is familiar with coach Luke Walton from his Warriors days and should slide in as Brook Lopez's backup, though Ivica Zubac isn't just going to hand him his minutes. He's not a fantasy target after averaging 3.0 points, 8.4 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.0 blocks last season.
Sep 18 - 11:18 PM

Brandon Rush's agent announced that his client has signed a deal with the Bucks.

The specifics of the deal aren't known, but it's likely for the veteran's minimum. Rush will provide some depth off the bench behind Tony Snell and Khris Middleton at the 2 and 3, but won't see enough minutes to help most fantasy owners.
Sep 18 - 12:48 PM

OG Anunoby (knee) won't be ready for training camp according to Josh Lewenberg of TSN.

He was always a longshot to be ready for camp after undergoing surgery (right ACL) in January. Lewenberg adds that the Raptors don’t expect to have him back on the court until November at the earliest, but the rookie should get some burn once he's healthy for his defensive ability. He's not worth monitoring in most re-draft leagues until he receives full clearance. Norman Powell and C.J. Miles will hold down the fort on the wings next to DeMar DeRozan.
Source: TSN
Sep 18 - 12:02 PM

Mason Plumlee has agreed to a three-year, $41 million deal to return to Denver.

General manager Tim Connelly said back in April that the restricted free agent was going to be a "huge piece" of their core, so he was never expected to leave Denver. Plumlee will be Nikola Jokic's backup this season and will compete for minutes with Kenneth Faried, so his outlook is far from ideal. The arrival of Paul Millsap doesn't help either. Plumlee averaged 9.1 points, 6.4 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.1 blocks with the Nuggets last season in 23.4 minutes per game, but he will have a tough time matching those numbers this time around.
Sep 18 - 9:32 AM

Goran Dragic powered Slovenia to a 93-85 win over Serbia in the EuroBasket championship game on Sunday, erupting for 35 points on 12-of-22 shooting and taking home MVP honors.

Dragic added seven boards, three triples, three assists, two steals and three turnovers in his 29 minutes of floor time, and simply put, he was too much to handle for Team Serbia. He'll end his EuroBasket career on a high note, bringing home the gold for Team Slovenia for the first time in EuroBasket history, and setting the single-game scoring record for the Slovenian national team. Dragic will come into Miami's training camp in tip-top shape, and he shouldn't have any trouble at all contributing top-50 value in his 10th NBA season. For what it's worth, he did sit out the fourth quarter due to cramps, but that won't be an issue that affects him at camp.
Sep 17 - 4:50 PM

Jason Terry has agreed to a one-year deal with the Bucks.

The Bucks surprisingly got 74 games out of Terry last season, averaging 4.1 points per game. Terry turned 40 years old today, so the Bucks are counting on him more for his veteran leadership than his play.
Sep 15 - 6:22 PM

Boban Marjanovic did his thing once again during a win over Russia on Friday, scoring 18 points with six rebounds, four assists, two steals and one block.

Not a bad line in just 20 minutes. Marjanovic created a lot of buzz in his final four games of the season last year, averaging 15.8 points, 10.3 boards, 0.8 blocks and 0.8 steals in 23.0 minutes per game. Coach Stan Van Gundy has said he's going to play Boban this year, so he's instantly on the map in all leagues as a later round pick. Serbia takes on Slovenia for the EuroBasket crown on Sunday. Unleash the Boban.
Sep 15 - 4:37 PM

Bogdan Bogdanovic turned it up a notch in a win over Russia on Friday, scoring 24 points with three rebounds, four assists, two steals and three 3-pointers.

He helped his Serbian team make it to the EuroBasket final. Vlade Divac has been singing the praises of Bogdanovic and called him one of the best player overseas, so he has to be salivating about his Serbian wing. It's not going to be easy for him to get consistent minutes with Buddy Hield, Justin Jackson and others vying for minutes, but using a late pick on Bogdan seems like a good idea for now.
Sep 15 - 4:30 PM

Zach Randolph is no longer facing misdemeanor charges of marijuana possession, stemming from his arrest in August.

Randolph pleaded no contest to charges of resisting arrest, but he'll get off with 150 hours of community service and a promise to avoid associating with drug dealers. The plea deal addresses all criminal charges, but the NBA itself could still hand down a suspension.
Sep 13 - 8:17 PM

Kristaps Porzingis went 12-of-21 from the field and 9-of-11 from the line in a 103-97 loss to Slovenia on Tuesday, on his way to 34 points, six boards, one 3-pointer and one block in 32 minutes.

Porzingis lit it up at EuroBasket with averages of 21.8 points, 5.8 boards, 1.8 triples and a tournament-leading 2.0 blocks per game on 52.4 percent shooting. He should take another step forward in his development in his third NBA season, and as long as he can stay healthy, there's a decent chance he'll be able to work his way into a top-20 equation.
Sep 12 - 4:53 PM

Goran Dragic led Slovenia to a 103-97 win over Latvia on Tuesday, tallying 26 points, eight assists, two 3-pointers, one steal and six turnovers in 32 minutes.

Dragic got cracked with an elbow to the head that sent him to the floor during the closing minutes of the first half of action, but he played through it and didn't look any worse for the wear, so it seems like he avoided a concussion. He also ran Slovenia's offense beautifully and came through with a clutch bucket with the clock winding down to put the game out of reach. The undefeated Slovenian team will now square off with an undefeated Spanish team in the semifinals on Thursday.
Sep 12 - 4:34 PM




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