Brett Dawson: Collison: “It’s probably my last year.”
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Longtime Oklahoma City Thunder veteran Nick Collison says he’s not yet ready to announce he’s done playing. “I don’t know. It’s hard to say for sure,” Collison told The Transcript when asked if 2017-18 would be his final NBA season. “You never know what’s going to happen, but it’s very possible. I realize I’m getting up there.”
Nick Collison isn’t done playing. At least, that’s what he says. “I plan to play [next year] for sure,” Collison said. “I wasn’t sure going into the season how I would feel at the end of the year, but I still enjoy playing, and I enjoy being around the group. I enjoy being on the team, and I still think I have something to offer.”
Anthony Slater: Nick Collison said he will be back next season.
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Porzingis suffered the injury early in the third quarter. It appeared to be a non-contact injury. He asked out of the game immediately after the suffering the injury, which occurred while defending Brooklyn’s Rondae Hollis Jefferson. The severity of the ailment is unclear, as is Porzingis’ status for New York’s game against Carmelo Anthony and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday.
Connor Letourneau: Steve Kerr on Klay Thompson: “Klay has never changed with anything that’s ever happened in the three and a half years that I’ve known him. No matter what happens, whether it’s in his life or in basketball, in the world, nothing changes with Klay. He’s amazing.”
LeBron James walked into The Q wearing a pretty flashy pair of his signature shoes that went well with his all-black outfit before the Cavaliers-Lakers game on Thursday night. These LeBron 15s have shiny gold lettering and detail along with roses and the words “Long Live the King.”