NBA rumors: Jared Harper to Knicks

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Jared Harper won’t finish his first NBA season with the Phoenix Suns organization. Suns general manager James Jones confirmed the team has waived the rookie point guard out of Auburn. “The G League season is over,” said Jones on Friday as the NBA announced Wednesday the suspension of the 2019-20 G League season in reaction to the coronavirus pandemic and Utah Jazz all-star Rudy Gobert testing positive for the virus
Jared Harper won’t finish his first NBA season with the Phoenix Suns organization. Suns general manager James Jones confirmed the team has waived the rookie point guard out of Auburn. “The G League season is over,” said Jones on Friday as the NBA announced Wednesday the suspension of the 2019-20 G League season in reaction to the coronavirus pandemic and Utah Jazz all-star Rudy Gobert testing positive for the virus
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Marc J. Spears: 'Kyle Kuzma already looks like he's on his way out'

According to NBA insider Marc J. Spears, the 31-year-old point guard will most likely be moved by the Thunder. He thinks that the Los Angeles Lakers should try to get him. Spears also revealed that Kyle Kuzma appears to be leaving the 2020 NBA champions. “Man, I can’t see Kemba playing there. If I’m the Lakers, man, why not try to go after Kemba. To me it makes a lot of sense. Kuzma already looks like he’s on his way out,” Spears said on ESPN’s The Jump.
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After signing with Brooklyn for the veteran’s minimum, several NBAexecutives believe Green will earn a pay raise this summer.Executives estimated his value is currently at $3-6 million annually. “Green and Griffin probably won’t get more than the bi-annual exception,” oneexecutive projected. “I think Green will be a tax-payer mid-level exception guy,” another executive countered.