Sergio Rodriguez mulling NBA return

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Former Trail Blazers point guard Sergio Rodriguez on Saturday said he is mulling a return to the NBA this summer and will wait “to see how the market is” after the free agent period opens July 1. Since leaving the NBA in 2010, Rodriguez has become one of the best players in Europe. Rodriguez led Real Madrid to the 2015 Euroleague championship and was the 2014 Euroleague MVP. He says he has three years left on his contract, but said his contract has a reasonable buyout.

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Dwight Howard in for Team USA minicamp

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Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard is the latest marquee name to commit to attend the upcoming USA Basketball minicamp, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that Howard, who had to withdraw from the 2012 Olympic team to undergo back surgery, has told USA Basketball officials he plans to attend the Aug. 11-13 gathering in Las Vegas to make known his availability for selection to the 2016 Olympic squad.
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In a phone conversation with News10, Lieberman talked at length about her new role in Sacramento and making an impression with the players, as well as Divac. “My job is not to be a woman in the NBA, my job is to be an assistant coach,” Lierberman told News10. “I have such a deep respect for coach Karl and Vlade, and I knew there was some discussion, but for it to actually come to fruition, I mean I was thrilled.” “It’s one of the greatest days I’ve had in my basketball career.”
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The backboard, hoop, net and stand that was the recipient of Michael Jordan’s last shot with the Chicago Bulls sold for $41,825 by Heritage Auctions at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago on Thursday night. The collectible is from the Delta Center, where the Utah Jazz hosted the Bulls for Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals. With 5.6 seconds to go, Jordan hit a go-ahead jumper from the top of the key, giving the Bulls a one-point victory and their sixth title in eight years.
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