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Author: Jovan Alford

NBA trade rumors: Lakers interested in Bradley Beal, Kyle Lowry

By: Jovan Alford | May 17, 2019 If the Los Angeles Lakers somehow do not end up with Anthony Davis this offseason, do not think that it will stop them from trying to make other trades. According to Sean Deveney of Sporting News, the Lakers are targeting Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal and Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry in potential deals. While both players would be formidable upgrades for the Lakers, Deveney adds in his report that there are some contingencies. For example, when it comes to Beal, the NBA scribe mentions that the Wizards, who are still...

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NBA rumors: Pelicans not interested in trading Anthony Davis to Lakers

By: Jovan Alford | May 15, 2019 If New Orleans Pelicans superstar big man Anthony Davis had dreams of playing in Los Angeles next season, then he might have to wait until the following season to see his dreams come to fruition. On Wednesday, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reported on “The Jump” that the Pelicans are not interested in dealing the 26-year-old to the Los Angeles Lakers. Earlier this season, Davis made it abundantly clear that he did not have plans on re-signing with the club when he can opt out of his contract after the 2019-20 season. From there,...

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2019 NBA Draft: Grizzlies 'locked in' on selecting Ja Morant

By: Jovan Alford | May 15, 2019 While we are still a month away from the 2019 NBA Draft, it appears as if we already know who the Memphis Grizzlies will be selecting with their top pick. On Wednesday night, Jonathan Givony of ESPN reported that the Grizzlies have “locked in” on selecting former Murray State point guard Ja Morant with the No. 2 overall pick. It should not come as a surprise to anyone to see the Grizzlies go this route as they are in the process of rebuilding. During last year’s NBA draft, Memphis used the No. 4 overall pick on...

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2019 NBA Draft: Knicks to meet with R.J. Barrett

By: Jovan Alford | May 14, 2019 After failing to land the first overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft Lottery on Tuesday night, which surprisingly went to the New Orleans Pelicans. The New York Knicks will try to decide who they will select with the third overall pick in next month’s NBA draft. In the months leading up to the draft lottery, many Knicks fans had their eyes set on super freshman Zion Williamson. However, they will now have to go in a different direction, if they decide to keep their pick. One player, who could be an...

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