Chris Fedor: Damyean Dotson has been playing on a bum ankle. I’ve been told that his ankles about 75 percent and yet they have no other choice but to run him out there for high minutes.
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Ian Begley: Allonzo Trier and Damyean Dotson will not play tonight against Orlando due to illness, per the Knicks.
Shams Charania: New York Knicks guard Damyean Dotson underwent surgery today to repair a torn labrum on his right shoulder and is expected to be ready for start of training camp, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.
Steve Popper: Knicks say Hardaway Jr (sore right heel) is questionable; Dotson (sore right shoulder) is doubtful and Robinson (sprained left ankle) and Trier (strained left hamstring) are out for tomorrow night’s game at Philadelphia.
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Nick DePaula: BREAKING: Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo has signed a footwear & apparel endorsement deal with Jordan Brand. “Being able to say that I’m part of the Brand makes me sit back and really cherish everything.” — @Bam Adebayo pic.twitter.com/CEPH74C0kq
Korver was on “The Rematch” with Etan Thomas on Basketball News recently and discussed his current status. “It’s a good question; I’m not sure. After the bubble, it was such a quick turnaround and I didn’t feel like I had really prepared for another season. I believe in honoring the game,” Korver told Thomas on the podcast. “I don’t want to take a up a spot on a team [if I’m not ready to play]. I didn’t feel like I had really put in that time and that work. I have not signed any [retirement] paperwork yet, so… But I don’t know, it also feels good. It’s a conversation that I have with my wife on most days, so we’ll see… I don’t know, I’m not sure.”
Each moment – a short video from multiple angles – on Top Shot is a NFT. This is how moments (aka highlights) are bought, sold and traded in the digital marketplace. “NFTs in general, of which Top Shot is the first and a leader, could turn into a top 3 revenue source for the NBA over the next 10 years,” Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wrote to USA TODAY Sports in an email.