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  • Lakers’ Josh Hart wins Summer League MVP

    The Lakers wanted to test Josh Hart this summer: What would happen if they gave him a more substantial role? He was solid as a backup point guard last season (a good showing for a rookie), averaging 7.9 points per game and shooting 39.6 percent from
    19 Jul @ 2AM

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  • Blazers win 2018 NBA Las Vegas Summer League Championship vs. Lakers

    The Portland Trail Blazers are your 2018 NBA Las Vegas Summer League Champions. Tuesday night’s Final was not a close one, with the Trail Blazers in control of the game for most of the time. Portland jumped out to an early 31-19 lead, and were led by KJ McDaniels, who eventually took home the championship game’s MVP honors.
    19 Jul @ 12AM

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  • How to Watch Lakers vs. Trail Blazers Summer League Final: Live Stream, TV Channel

    The Summer League championship is here, and the Lakers and Trail Blazers face off on Tuesday at Las Vegas' Thomas & Mack Center. The top-seeded Lakers are looking to take home back-to-back titles after beating the Trail Blazers last year. Stars Lonzo
    19 Jul @ 12AM

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  • Report: Kawhi Leonard Pondering Attending Team USA Mini-Camp in Las Vegas

    Team USA will host a mini-camp in Las Vegas next week and Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard is considering attending to show how recovery from his quad injury has gone, Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.com report. Leonard is one of 35 players invited to participate in the camp. Spurs coach and Team USA head coach Gregg Popovich is one of nine coaches planning to be there.
    18 Jul @ 11PM

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  • Lakers, Trail Blazers to meet for Summer League title again

    The Los Angeles Lakers and Portland Trail Blazers will meet in the NBA Summer League championship for a second straight season. Last year Kyle Kuzma dropped a game-high 30 points to lead the Lakers to a 110-98 victory over Portland. This year it'll be MVP-candidate Josh Hart — one of two returning players from last year's team — looking to earn a second straight title for the Lakers (6-0).
    18 Jul @ 11PM

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  • Damian Lillard on WNBA players: 'They deserve respect. They deserve to make a lot more money'

    Damian Lillard and DeMar DeRozan watched the Las Vegas Aces take on the Connecticut Sun on Saturday. Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard believes the WNBA deserves a lot more recognition. After watching the Las Vegas Aces take on the Connecticut Sun on Saturday, Lillard spoke out in support of WNBA players.
    9 Jul @ 2PM

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  • Grades: Blazers Finally Ink a Core Piece in Jusuf Nurkic to Team-Friendly Deal

    Portland re-signed restricted free agent center Jusuf Nurkic on Friday to a four-year deal worth a reported $48 million. The 23-year-old Bosnian big man averaged a career-high 14.3 PPG and 9 RPG in 79 starts last season while helping the Blazers post a top-10 defensive rating. After mucking up his books with big-dollar deals for Evan Turner, Allen Crabbe, Moe Harkless and Meyers Leonard in recent years, Blazers president Neil Olshey threaded the needle with Nurkic.
    8 Jul @ 1AM

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  • Nurkic staying in Portland on reported 4-year deal

    Jusuf Nurkic is staying with the Portland Trail Blazers, agreeing Friday to a reported four-year deal that pays him less than the club offered him earlier in the season -- an offer he turned down. The Blazers announced Nurkic's deal later Friday, though they did not confirm the terms. Nurkic averaged 14.3 points and 9.0 rebounds last season, helping Portland to a 49-33 record and the third seed in the Western Conference playoffs.
    7 Jul @ 9AM

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  • Blazers give second-round pick Trent 3-year deal

    Gary Trent Jr. might have been disappointed to fall to the second round of the NBA draft, but it's working out pretty well for him. Trent, the 37th overall pick who played one season at Duke, signed a three-year deal with the Portland Trail Blazers, guaranteeing him more money overall than a handful of first rounders. First-round picks in the NBA only have their first two years guaranteed and are slotted according to a rookie pay scale.
    7 Jul @ 6AM

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  • Report: Trail Blazers signing Seth Curry to 1+1 contract with $2.75M starting salary

    Shabazz Napier had a nice season as the Trail Blazers backup point guard, but they didn’t even extend him a qualifying offer $3,452,308. Instead, luxury-tax-conscious Portland will sign a cheaper alternative – Seth Curry. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN
    3 Jul @ 7AM

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