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“Think big”. If not Bradley Beal, then who? Miami has one option left to improve

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“Think big”. If not Bradley Beal, then who? Miami has one option left to improve

Artemy Berstenev June 19, 2023, 08:55 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

The uncertainty of the Charlotte draft and the future of Kyle Kuzma are in our roundup.

Summary of current rumors and news from the National Basketball Association on the morning of June 19, 2023 from the “Championship”.

Bradley Beal didn’t work out for Miami, time to look for Damien Lillard – Chris Haynes

Phoenix acted more aggressively, apparently wanting to sign more guard Bradley Beal (formerly a Washington Wizards guard, but there’s no official confirmation of the deal).

Now, the priority target for Miami is easy to disgrace: Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damien Lillard. Bleacher Report whistleblower Chris Haynes clarified the situation.

“Miami focuses on Portland superstar Damien Lillard. The Heat are counting on the point guard asking the Trail Blazers to switch the stage for him,” Haynes wrote.

Miami club columnist Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel described what was happening: The Miami Heat had slowed down in their pursuit of Bradley Beal and wanted to “think big.”

Do we still believe Damien will stay in Portland?

Bradley Beal Exchange – in our material:

The NBA has a new superteam! Another opportunity for Kevin Durant to take the ring

The “Charlottes” have not decided on the future rookie: Adrian Wojnarowski and Jonathan Givoni

Interesting news has arrived from the Charlotte Hornets camp, where future rookies Scoot Henderson and Brandon Miller will be seen for the second time.

After the first viewing, according to some reports, the Hornets preferred Henderson. But, apparently, there are disagreements in the scouting service of the “hornets”, so they arrange another viewing for young prospects, and then decide for themselves who was right.

Taking into account that Michael Jordan has not yet finalized the sale of the franchise due to bureaucratic procedures, he will participate in the discussions about who to choose under the second number in the next NBA draft, if he does not reach the exchange of that same draft selection . .

Henderson – Stephen’s “client”:


Up to the youth! Stephen Curry worked with Henderson. What happened in the NBA?

HoosHype satisfied with the collection of information received – Michael Scotto

Notable from this:

Toronto Raptors point guard Fred Vanvliet, entering the free agent market, will claim an average salary of at least $30 million. Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers, Phoenix Suns will surely be interested in the player (news before the Bradley Beal trade – now this is debatable) and the Orlando Magic. The sign-and-trade system is not ruled out. Toronto Raptors forward Oji Anunobi is of interest to teams like the Sacramento Kings and Indiana Pacers. Next season, the 25-year-old Anunobi will earn $18.6 million, with a $19.9 player option for the 2024/2025 season. Milwaukee Bucks management intends to keep forward Chris Middleton. Even if the 31-year-old turns down a $40.39 million contract extension, the Reindeers are willing to offer Middleton a four-year, $130 million contract and become an unrestricted free agent. There’s a chance the Warriors can’t afford to keep the player. Mike Dunleavy, the newly appointed general manager, will take notice. The Dallas Mavericks’ transfer targets for next offseason are Boston Celtics power forward Grant Williams, who could become a restricted free agent, and forward of the Sacramento Kings, Harrison Barnes, whose contract is also about to expire.

Kyle Kuzma may leave Washington for good – Jake Weinbach

NBA analyst and columnist Jake Weinbach has revealed that Washington Wizards forward Kyle Kuzma will forfeit a $13 million contract extension for the 2023/2024 season and become an unrestricted free agent.

There are enough applicant teams for the 27-year-old basketball player, including the Indiana Pacers, Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs, Sacramento Kings and Utah Jazz.

But most importantly, interest is also possible from the Los Angeles Lakers, Kuzma’s former team. As part of the Lakers, Kyle spent four seasons and became an NBA champion in 2020. However, a year later he became part of an agreement involving five clubs, where the main person involved was Russell Westbrook.

Kuzma and the upcoming 2023 No. 1 pick:

Kuzma posted a photo with Vembanyama showing off their height difference.

Little things

“The Toronto Raptors are the toughest to trade, according to my sources,” Matt Moore (Action Network) said. Philadelphia 66ers forward Tobias Harris could switch teams as a result of a late-summer trade. Red) Forward Dillon Brooks can expect a salary of $17-18 million a year – Kelly Aiko (The Athletic)

More basketball news in “Championship”

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