Vinny Del Negro on Nuggets' radar

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July 6, 2015 | 8:09 pm EDT Update
Martell Webster: I’m incredibly excited to announce the launch of my record label and lifestyle brand, EYRST. We will throw our official launch party July 16th at Holocene Portland and I will be performing my music live for the first time ever, something I have been dreaming about for many years. Also performing will be our starting roster, Myke Bogan, Blossom, Ripley Snell & Neill Von Tally with special guests. If you are in Portland, OR please come celebrate with us! This is bigger than any one of us – part of a larger philosophical and cultural movement among many creatives in Portland, we hope to contribute to the growth of the arts and community. ‪#‎MusicIsMedicine‬
July 6, 2015 | 7:04 pm EDT Update
July 6, 2015 | 6:52 pm EDT Update
He spoke to NEOMG on Monday and said he’s in great shape, but he’s not permitted to discuss potential trade scenarios. “I’m 100 percent healthy, motivated and ready for next year,” Crawford relayed to NEOMG. “I believe I have a big year in store. I’m just excited and ready for next season.” A Clippers official was adamant that Crawford wasn’t being shopped, but that’s not stopping teams from inquiring.
July 6, 2015 | 6:10 pm EDT Update
July 6, 2015 | 5:47 pm EDT Update
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The National Basketball Players Association is proposing to use millions of dollars of its share of the NBA’s impending television revenue windfall to cover health-care insurance costs for its former players, league sources told Yahoo Sports. The plan is estimated to cost between $10 million-$15 million a year and a vote on passage of the union’s initiative is set for the NBPA’s July 20 membership meeting in Las Vegas. The union’s 30 team player representatives are expected to pass the plan with ease and start the process of covering the retired players quickly, league sources said. The NBPA has been researching the names and addresses of the approximate 1,500 ex-living players and hoping to offer three separate health-care options to them, sources said.
July 6, 2015 | 5:04 pm EDT Update
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