“Sometimes, we look back and we feel entitled, like this was our destiny,” Warriors general manager Bob Myers said. “I think he has a view of appreciation that says, ‘Somebody helped me. There was a court I went to, there was a coach that taught me. My mom. People in my life.’ He credits them. He doesn’t feel like he did it all by himself. I think his hope is with what he is doing off the court … is to show them someone in his position cares.”
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Arash Markazi: Lawrence Frank on DeAndre Jordan: “We love D.J. D.J. is going to be here for a long, long time as far as we’re concerned.” pic.twitter.com/cHCXBEmowP
The Pacers are upset, betrayed, and disappointed in George. They had set out to re-tool the roster to lead to more success, but now must make a sharp pivot. “You go from a situation where you’re trying to build and you don’t feel like you’re that far away with Paul, Myles [Turner] coming as fast as he’s coming, [Jeff] Teague having a good year — we felt like as the season went on, he got better,” Pritchard said.
On the corner of 33rd and 7th, a large digital billboard with the words “Don’t Trade Porzingis” loomed directly over Madison Square Garden Thursday night. “We are not affiliated with Porzingis. We just want him to stay,” the message concludes in smaller letters. The ad is branded with the logo of Cycle, a culture website.
Mark Berman: Daryl Morey says Isaiah Hartenstein will play with the #Rockets this summer and continue to develop overseas. pic.twitter.com/Aa6k820Zk1