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Jennings won't object if Dolphins take receiver in 1st rnd. Says he "would love" to play outside as opposed to slot but is fine with either.
Greg Jennings:"I have been fortunate to have a good career.It's going to get better now that I'm in Miami.Excited to be on same team as Suh"
Greg Jennings said when he visited Miami, he let them know he wanted to take multiple visits. "There was no expectation of signing" then.
Marlins announce Jose Fernandez will become U.S. citizen Friday & will be keynote speaker for event in which 140 people will become citizens
Pelicans home tees on the seats. http://t.co/b7veB2xNjl
Digging this giant Pistol Pete mural outside the Superdome. http://t.co/ZYbvVuMO3e
Kawhi Leonard wins Defensive Player of the Year. Draymond Green second, DeAndre Jordan third.
Whiteside's only Defensive Player vote (third on his ballot) came from Trail Blazers' radio analyst and former NBA player Antonio Harvey.
To me, the DPOY voting total reflects how much smarter we're getting about defense, going beyond blocks per game.
If the media voted after Game 1 of LAC-SAS, I'm guessing DeAndre Jordan wins DPOY. Alas, Kawhi got the nod, deservingly so.
Congrats to Kawhi Leonard on DPOY. He led the league in defensive RPM (+4.9) among those with at least 2,000 minutes.
No argument with Leonard winning -- I had him 2nd -- but it just came down to games played for me.
Hassan Whiteside received one third-place vote and finish tied for 15th in voting for Defensive Player of the Year (won by Kawhi Leonard).
Well, a wing has finally won Defensive of the Year. Kawhi Leonard in a close race over Draymond Green (my choice). DeAndre Jordan 3rd.
AD was asked if Final Four prepped him for NBA playoff 'sphere. "That was all Kentucky. Even when we went on the road, it was a home game"
Career 20-and-10 playoff games. Tim Duncan: 100. Kevin Garnett, Dwight Howard and Pau Gasol combined: 98.
Great game, great teams, great series
Tim Duncan is six months older than Brad Stevens
For a guy with a triple double, pretty rough night for Blake Griffin
Suspend the game here, play the overtime at 7:30 eastern tomorrow.
I always feel this is beneath the Spurs
24 oysters down at this spot in NOLA. Server tells me I need just 13 more to get on the wall. I say OK. He says dozen. 13 dozen.
Coming up at 11 we explain the crazy chase and shootout with police in NW Miami-Dade that ended with four men in custody.
Grizzlies' defense held the Trail Blazers to 39 percent shooting. Grizzlies' offense committed just six turnovers. Beautiful stuff.
And if I'm a Philadelphia fan, looking at state of Celtics' rebuild, I'm not sure how much more patience I would have with 76ers
Celtics' future is unbelievable. Great young coach. As many as 9 1sts in next 4 seasons. Ton of 2nds. Only about $15M on books in '16 summer
File this one under, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." http://t.co/sQ0klloOxa
Mavs starting four offensive rating by point guard: w/ Devin Harris: 118.4 w/ Jameer Nelson: 116.4 w/ Rajon Rondo: 103.0
So Fins,by adding veterans who have started at four need areas,now can feel comfortable using no 14 pick on best player,be it WR,CB,RB,G etc
Dolphins signing Greg Jennings, according to two national reports.
Is anybody doin a pro-am league this summer in Miami???
Dolphins signed a second offensive lineman in Jacques McClendon.
Honeycrisp apples will ruin all other apples for you.
After reading Pau Gasol's quotes, I feel even better about making him my nominee for that award. Guy gets it.
Linkenbach,one of few linemen who auditioned for Fins today, could compete with Thomas, Turner,Walton to start at guard.Also can play tackle
Agent Andy Simms tells me that guard Jeff Linkenbach, a former Colts starter, has agreed to one year deal with Dolphins.
Anthony Davis, who played 45 minutes on Monday, says fatigue affected him down the stretch in Game 2.
Jrue Holiday (sore leg) is day-to-day, Monty Williams says.
Seeing the Scott Brooks news as I wait for Monty Williams to talk at practice, man...the ripple effect of this shot: http://t.co/44Jln8KiTt
Actually, OKC is more interesting right now than any of the East's first round series. West wins again.