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  • Sources: Marcus Smart agrees to 4-year, $52M contract with Celtics

    Restricted free agent Marcus Smart has agreed to a four-year, $52 million contract to re-sign with the Boston Celtics, league sources told Yahoo Sports. After a contentious start to negotiations, Smart’s agent, Happy Walters, and the Celtics’ brass made significant progress in recent days to ensure Smart remained in Boston.
    19 Jul @ 7PM

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  • Report: Kings get Ben McLemore back in trade with Grizzlies

    Since the NBA instituted a four-year rookie scale for first-rounders in 1998, just 22 top-10 picks spent their entire rookie-scale contract with their original team then left that team in free agency. Others got traded while teams were still intrigued by the talent that got the player drafted so high in the first place. Some were signed-and-traded, the threat of restricted free agency giving teams one last chance to recoup value from a high pick.
    19 Jul @ 12AM

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  • Report: Kings trade Temple to Grizzlies for McLemore, Davis

    The Sacramento Kings will trade guard Garrett Temple to the Memphis Grizzlies for guard Ben McLemore, forward Deyonta Davis, cash and a 2021 second-round pick, according to an ESPN report Tuesday. The Kings will gain an extra $1 million in cap room from the deal, giving them $20.5 million, which is easily the most in the NBA. Temple, 32, averaged a career-high 8.4 points in 24.8 minutes per game last season for the Kings, shooting a career-best 39.2 percent from 3-point range in 65 games (35 starts).
    18 Jul @ 10PM

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  • It will be a surprise if Ben McLemore or Deyonta Davis actually wear a Kings uniform

    Garrett Temple, is on his way to the Memphis Grizzlies. In return, the Sacramento Kings receive former King Ben McLemore, along with big man Deyonta Davis, cash considerations and a 2021 second round draft pick. Temple opted in to the final year of his 3-year, $24 million deal in late June and was due $8 million this season.
    18 Jul @ 10PM

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  • All-Summer League Team: Josh Hart, Trae Young Standout in Vegas

    The 2018 NBA Summer League is officially, and mercifully, in the books after the Blazers blew out the Lakers in Tuesday night’s title game. Earlier Tuesday, the NBA announced the annual Summer League MVP and All-Summer League First and Second Teams.
    18 Jul @ 10PM

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  • What the Grizzlies and Kings got out of the Garrett Temple-for-Ben McLemore and Deyonta Davis trade

    Former teammates Ben McLemore and Garrett Temple will be trading places this season. The Memphis Grizzlies’ quietly strong offseason continued Tuesday, when they swung a deal with the Sacramento Kings to import veteran swingman Garrett Temple and add another big, versatile perimeter player to a squad hoping for a major one-year turnaround that’ll land them back in postseason contention. The deal, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski: Temple to Memphis, and a four-part package — shooting guard Ben McLemore, center Deyonta Davis, a future second-round pick (in 2021, according to Chris Herrington of the Daily Memphian) and the ever-enticing cash considerations — to Sacramento.
    18 Jul @ 10PM

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  • Sixers' summer league run fizzles out with loss to Grizzlies

    After an 0-3 start, the Sixers made a surprising run to the quarterfinals, but the Grizzlies ended any hope of a championship run. As they have throughout summer league play, the Sixers started slow, falling behind 26-11 early, and the Grizzles stayed in command for most of the night. 1. Furkan Korkmaz became the face of the summer league Sixers, and he seemed to embrace that responsibility Sunday.
    16 Jul @ 6AM

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  • Furkan Korkmaz the hero in Sixers' win over Bucks in MGM Resorts NBA Summer League

    With a quarterfinal berth nearly in their grasp, the Sixers fell apart in the fourth quarter Saturday night but Furkan Korkmaz was there to save the day again. Thanks to a furious late run and an and-1 from Korkmaz with 3.6 seconds left, the Sixers pulled out a miraculous 91-89 win over the Milwaukee Bucks to advance to the quarterfinals of the MGM Resorts NBA Summer League. The Sixers led, 71-61, early in the fourth quarter, but some sloppy play and stagnant offense allowed the Bucks to go on a 15-0 run.
    15 Jul @ 12PM

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  • GAME RECAP: Kings 94, Grizzlies 80

    Justin Jackson scores 20 points as the Sacramento Kings get their first win in Summer League by defeating the Memphis Grizzlies, 94-80.
    11 Jul @ 9AM

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  • The Latest: Kyle Anderson officially with Grizzlies

    The Latest on NBA Free Agency (all times EDT): 6:15 p.m. Kyle Anderson's move to Memphis became official Monday. Anderson is now a member of the Grizzlies, and their likely starting small forward. San Antonio had until midnight Sunday to match the Grizzlies
    10 Jul @ 2PM

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