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Summarizing a busy day in the free agency, trade season in the NBA

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Tons of movements happened in just the start of the free agency in the NBA. All 30
teams are securing and retooling their lineup as the season nears to open.
Among the biggest news was the Miami Heat acquiring veteran all-star Kyle Lowry from
the Toronto Raptors. PJ Tucker also joined the Heat after winning a championship with
the Milwaukee Bucks. Lastly, they re-signed Jimmy Butler to a four-year contract while
Duncan Robinson to a five-year deal.
Following Miami’s huge movements was the Chicago Bulls who went for Lonzo Ball in a
sign and trade. The playmaker signed for a four-year contract and he will join all-star
Zach LaVine in the backcourt next season.
The New York Knicks on the other hand made sure they keep their pieces intact as they
re-signed Derrick Rose, Nerlens Noel and Alec Burks. The Knicks who made the
playoffs last season also added Evan Fourmier to their roster.
Mike Conley will have his re-run with the Utah Jazz on a three-year deal while finalist
Chris Paul is also back with the Phoenix Suns on a four-year contract.
This is just the beginning, expect more bombs in the coming days.

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NBA Players pressured : Team Canada never bagged a Medal since 1930’s

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NBA Players pressured : Team Canada never bagged a Medal since 1930's

Team Canada has never bagged a medal in the FIBA World Cup since 1936. They have only won a silver in the Berlin Olympics.
Team USA Tyrese (Indiaaa Pacers) said that since the 1930s, Canada has never won a medal so they’re coming for them. 

Team Canada Kelly Olynyk (UTAH JAZZ), Alexander-Walker (Minnesota Timberwolves) , RJ Barrett (KNICKS), Brooks (Houston Rockets),  Luguentz Dort (Oklahoma City Thunder), Gilgeous-Alexander (Oklahoma City Thunder), and Norman Powell (LA Clippers) are all forced to win.
It can be recalled that Team USA lost to Germany and now settled for a bronze medal. 

Germany and Serbia clashed for FIBA Cup finals
Meanwhile, both countries are expected to play in the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, France.. 

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NBA, House of Highlights stalks “underdog” Rhenz Abando

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NBA, House of Highlights stalks "underdog" Rhenz Abando

NBA Star Veteran  Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kyle Anderson was stunned with Rhenz Abando’s play during the (Fédération Internationale de Basketball) FIBA Cup.
Abando’s breath-taking highlights spread all over the world via House of Highlights (HOH) based in New York City owned by Warner Bros. Discovery Sports Interactive with 10.5M subscribers.
The HOH captured the blocks, dunks, and rebounds of the underdog Filipino Gilas Guard,  They featured Abando’s block to NBA Veteran Anderson.
Abando’s chemistry with Utah Jazz Point Guard  Shooting Guard Jordan Clarkson grab the attention of NBA fans. 
“Jordan Clarkson. As simple as that. They went up 20. He hit [four] threes in a row and got some tough buckets. He got going. He’s a really good player,” China team player and NBA veteran Anderson said as he was shocked with Abandos’s block. 

Meanwhile, NBA fans are expecting Abando to play in the NBA in the future which Kai Sotto failed to chgioved.

Abando 6’2″ height is the same with Stephen Curry. He has 3 points shooting and impressive defense worthy to join NBA.

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Austin Reeves beats Dennis Schroder yet TEAM US out

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Austin Reeves beats Dennis Schroder yet TEAM US out

The ex-Lakers player Dennis Schroder 17 points lost to present Lakers shooting guard Austin Reeves 21 points in FIBA semi finals.

Team Germany Dennis Schroder advanced to the FIBA Cup finals vs Serbia but TEAM US settled for Bronze vs Team Canada, 67 – 63.

Reeves’ hard work still did not make the team US to the finals.

The Lakers’ Reaves 21 points. Anthony Edwards 23 points, Mikal Bridges scored 17 and Jalen Brunson added 15 failed to defeat Germany, 113 – 111.Meanwhile, Andreas Obst 24 points, Franz Wagner 22 points, Daniel Theis 21 points and seven rebounds, Dennis Schroder 17 points and nine assists for Germany made it to the final showdown.
Reeves said  that if you give up 113 points in a 40-minute game, you’re not going to win many of those.

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