Warriors forwards Draymond Green and Kevin Durant respectfully declined to speak too much about McCaw’s two-year saga with the Warriors that will likely end after rejecting their $1.7 million qualifying offer and two-year, $5.2 million deal. Both of them walked away after fielding a handful of questions related to McCaw, his prolonged holdout and how much contact they had with him during his unresolved free agency from July through the first three months of the 2019-20 regular season. They simply followed the unspoken rule in professional sports not to comment on other players’ business matters. Said Durant: “It’s not my forte. I just hoop.” Said Green: “That’s good for him, if that’s what he wanted. So we’ll just wait and see what our organization does and go from there.”
November 28, 2020 | 9:34 pm EST Update
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is both and he agreed to sign with the Knicks on a one-year, non-guaranteed deal, according to a source. The forward has a long association with Knicks top executive Worldwide Wes, who grew up with Kidd-Gilchrist’s mother and is referred to as ‘Uncle Wes’ by the 27-year-old. “We’re so close he calls my mom ‘Mom,’” Kidd-Gilchrist’s mother, Cindy Richardson, said about Worldwide Wes leading up to the 2012 draft.
Kidd-Gilchrist represents the fifth player former Kentucky player on the Knicks, joining Julius Randle, Kevin Knox, Nerlens Noel and Immanuel Quickley. Nine of the 12 players acquired/signed/drafted by Leon Rose since he took over as team president are either CAA clients or former Kentucky players.
“D.J. brings a wealth of experience to our backcourt and will provide us with depth at guard,” said Bucks General Manager Jon Horst. “D.J.’s proven to be a prolific shooter and an excellent ballhandler throughout his career and we’re thrilled to have him in Milwaukee.”
Harry Giles: The Biggest Thank You to the @sacramentokings for making the Young King from the South Side of Winston Salem dreams come true! I’ll never forget it. I still can’t find all the words because things have been moving so fast, sometimes overwhelming but life waits on no ones and you
Portland Trail Blazers big man Jusuf Nurkic aka the ‘Bosnian Beast’ is an awesome teammate, a great supporter of Rip City and quite the family man. Now, he’s giving back to those closest to him. On Saturday, Nurk posted on his personal Instagram account a picture.