He’s here, but he’s not here. And one of these days – maybe even on Sunday when the Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers face off at Oracle Arena for Game 2 – that much will change. “Every (playoff) game has been on the table (for a possible Kerr return), and I don’t know (about Game 2),” Myers told a small group of reporters at the team’s media availability session. “But they’ve all been on the table. If we end up saying they’re off the table, you guys would know… The way we’re choosing to do it is give him as much time as he needs, and if it gets to that point in time, we’ll deal with it then.”
October 20, 2020 | 4:32 pm EDT Update
From Denver’s perspective, trading for Beal means including rookie Michael Porter Jr. That’s a non-starter for the Nuggets, who are highly unlikely to part with Porter unless they get a superstar in return, according to a league source.
The first is that he’s given no indication [Bradley Beal] wants to leave Washington, and multiple league sources believe the Wizards don’t want to move him. He has two more seasons before deciding on a 2022-’23 player option, which buys the Wizards time. Not that the Wizards have been in anything other than purgatory the last few seasons, but moving Beal means a full-scale rebuild.
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October 20, 2020 | 4:12 pm EDT Update
For all the changes to the Rockets since last season, with the departure of Mike D’Antoni as coach and Daryl Morey as general manager, owner Tilman Fertitta said on Tuesday that the stars of his roster will remain. The “window,” he said, is still open, giving him no reason for more widespread changes.