As he prepares for his third NBA season, Celtics guard Carsen Edwards hopes to move into a more defined role, writes Jared Weiss of The Athletic. Edwards has played a combined 68 games in his first two years and saw just 276 minutes last season. “I feel like, me just being a young player in the league and stuff, I feel like narrowing down on one thing is good,” Edwards said. “I think it’s just comfort, man,” Edwards said. I feel like just shooting and working out and stuff like that.
Emmanuel Mudiay will likely sign with Zalgiris Kaunas in Lithuania if he doesn’t receive an NBA offer before training camps open, according to Donatas Urbonas of BasketNews. Mudiay is currently playing for the Trail Blazers in the Las Vegas Summer League. Mudiay was taken by the Nuggets with the seventh pick in the 2015 draft and spent two and a half seasons in Denver before being traded to the Knicks. After a year and a half in New York, he signed with the Jazz as a free agent in 2019. Mudiay averaged 7.3 points and 2.1 assists per game as a backup during his lone season in Utah.
In accordance with COVID vaccine mandates set forth by Mayor Bill de Blasio in New York City, the Brooklyn Nets have decided that their public relations department supersedes all medical freedoms historically set forth by this country, and thus will be requiring to see your vaccine papers upon entry. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMBeginning Monday, September 13, individuals ages 12 and up will be required to show proof of at least one vaccine dose in order to enter the Barclays Center. Considering that vaccine hesitancy is most predominant amongst the oft-patronized and exploited African-American and Hispanic communities, communities which undoubtedly make up a large portion of urban NBA fans, it will be interesting to watch progressive fascists try to wriggle out of their own racist, lecherous web. The team claims to be mandating paperwork proof in order to satisfy the concerns of fans. You can visit the Barclays Center FAQ page if you’d like the true white power perspective on the matter.
The Golden State Warriors could bring back one of these former teammates of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green this summer. After having missed out on the NBA playoffs the last two years, reaching into the past a bit could make some sense for the Golden State Warriors, as they look to build a championship contender around their core of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. Though Curry remains an NBA MVP candidate, Thompson has not played in a game in two seasons due to injury. Here are three former teammates of Curry, Green and Thompson the Warriors can still readily sign this deep into 2021 NBA free agency. The undersized center first came to the Warriors in 2017-18 as a rookie, helping Golden State win its most recent NBA championship.
The Chicago Bulls have officially signed second-round pick Ayo Dosunmu to his first NBA contract. Chicago Bulls rookie Ayo Dosunmu, the 38th overall pick in July NBA draft, is signing a guaranteed two-year, $2.48M deal, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. His Summer League play has been up and down as he tries to acclimate to a more consistently off-the-ball role. Chicago also officially added another guard to their roster on Friday night when Devon Dotson signed his qualifying offer. Dotson has also suited up for the bulls in Summer League, having a very strong 16-point, 7-rebound, and 4-assist performance in Game 1 versus the Pelicans.