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    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/sp...171949367.html

    Mentions Miami would consider Wade back. That's after a buyout and sign him for $4.3M and a bench role only. Curious if Bucks would try that and trump it with being a starter? Figure in parker wont be back till February. Snell probably play good soldier and come off the bench to back up both SG/SF spots. Not sure if we have $4.3M or not though. I know we dipped below luxury tax stretching Hawes.
    It would be nice to get him!

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    https://www.hoopsrumors.com/2017/09/...ulia-kerr.html

    I think if Westbrook stays PG13 stays with Thunder as well. I think LeBron stays with Cavs on another 1 year deal. I think Lakers will have a hell of a time trying to dump dead weight contract in Deng. Most of the gullible front offices that use to eat dead weight like Nets and 76ers are kinda tied up now. Well at least Nets are. 76ers just blew their wad on high price one year deals to play it safe. Not so sure Cousins goes to the Lakers. If he bolts it for Wizards to be with his buddy Wall. Or Pelicans offer up a godfather offer to lure Wall in a trade to Pelicans. Not so sure Wizard would part with him though.

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    Kurt Helin‏*@basketballtalk 3h
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    Hoops Rumors‏*@HoopsRumors 8m
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    Raptors Attempted To Sign Vince Carter https://www.hoopsrumors.com/2017/09/...-carter.html*…
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    Kurt Helin‏*@basketballtalk 2h
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    Latest On Seattle’s Quest For An NBA Franchise
    September 9th 2017 at 8:35pm CST by Austin Kent
    For much of the past half decade, a group of investors led by Chris Hansen has sought ways to build an arena in Seattle that could house an NBA team and possibly an NHL*club as well. The group, however, has faced resistance, most recently from a city council that refused to grant it access to a city street necessary for construction in the Sodo District.

    On Thursday, an Associated Press report broke news that Hansen’s group would also be willing to help rebuild and modernize KeyArena as a venue for concerts, after the construction on the new Sodo facility had been completed, that is.

    From 1967 until 2008, KeyArena was home to the NBA’s SuperSonics and the building currently remains*on a 74-acre plot in downtown as a multipurpose facility and the home of Seattle’s WNBA club.
    Despite the fact that Hansen’s group is aggressively pursuing a franchise – they’ve already pivoted from seeking to use public money to privately financing the project – their plans of building a facility near those of the Seahawks’ and Mariners’ facilities would require the purchase of a portion of Occidental Avenue South.
    As recently as May of 2016, however, Seattle city council voted*against such an acquisition 5-4, some councilmembers steadfast against the idea of vacating a prominent, industrial city street in the name of supposed “gentrification.”

    If the proposal to rebuild KeyArena was intended as an olive branch for city officials, it wasn’t taken as such. Almost immediately after issuing their proposal, Seattle’s Office of Economic Development shot them down, referring to a formal request for proposals that was held earlier*in 2017.

    If Hansen’s group wanted to modernize KeyArena, the office suggested, they should have formally proposed their plans when the city was requesting them. As things stand, a Los Angeles-based company already has a finalized draft to renovate KeyArena for $564MM with the intention of housing NBA and NHL teams there.

    What does this mean for hoops fans hoping for another basketball franchise in the Pacific Northwest? Not much, directly at least.

    In April of 2016, NBA commissioner Adam Silver*told Baker that a “shovel ready arena” wouldn’t hasten the league’s meticulous expansion process. More recently though, Silver told C.J. McCollum of the Players Tribune (yes, that one) in July 2017 that the league would inevitably start looking at growth of franchises.
    “Seattle will no doubt be on a short list of cities we’ll look at,” Silver told him.

    Whether that hypothetical franchise suits up in a renovated version of KeyArena or somewhere in the middle of*an industrial district slowly enveloped by sports facilities remains to be seen.
    https://www.hoopsrumors.com/2017/09/...franchise.html

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    Pelicans close to a deal with Tony Allen.

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