JD Shaw: Source: Free agent G Isaiah Briscoe is scanning the market for interest in hopes of returning to the NBA. The 24-year-old played 39 games with the Magic in 2018-19, spending last season overseas.
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Former Kentucky guard Isaiah Briscoe has signed a contract with Ratiopharm Ulm of the German BBL and EuroCup, a source told Sportando. Briscoe played 39 games with the Orlando Magic last season, averaging 3.5 points, 1.9 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 14.3 minutes per game.
Isaiah Briscoe was signed to a three-year $3.9M contract last July but Orlando will have no future cap obligations past the 2018-19 season. The 2019-20 and 20-21 season were non-guaranteed (with trigger dates for partial protection). Briscoe is eligible to be claimed but only with a team that has a trade exception for $838K.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent guard Isaiah Briscoe has agreed to a deal with the Orlando Magic, league sources tell ESPN. Briscoe, 22, impressed in a team mini-camp recently. He worked way back onto NBA radar after an outstanding season in Estonia.
The Portland Trail Blazers have signed guard Isaiah Briscoe to a training camp contract, it was announced today by president of basketball operations Neil Olshey. In two seasons at the University of Kentucky, Briscoe (6-3, 210) averaged 10.9 points (45.5% FG, 22.9% 3-PT, 55.5% FT), 5.4 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 31.3 minutes in 70 career games (69 starts).
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Adrian Wojnarowski: ESPN Sources: The NBA and NBPA are discussing scenarios to still hold an All-Star game in March. One site under discussion is Atlanta, home of Turner Sports. That idea includes providing support for HBCU’s and COVID-19 relief. Story soon on site.
Sarah K. Spencer: Hawks injury report for tomorrow vs. the Clippers: Cam Reddish (right Achilles tightness) is probable. Clint Capela (right hand soreness) is questionable. Danilo Gallinari (right ankle sprain) is questionable. Trae Young (back spasm) is questionable.
The emotions overwhelmed him anytime he looked outside his office window. Sometimes, he felt sad. Other times, he felt inspired. Sometimes all at once, he smiled and cried. Chad Faulkner had spent nearly two years working with former Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant as the chief executive officer of the “Mamba Sports Academy,” a place where Bryant hosted workouts for NBA and WNBA players, coached his 13-year-old daughter’s AAU girls’ basketball team and monitored the growth of its training facilities.
But then on Jan. 26, 2020, Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter (Gianna), her AAU teammates (Alyssa Altobelli; Payton Chester), their parents (John and Keri Altobelli; Sarah Chester) and another one of their AAU basketball coaches (Christina Mauser) were among the nine people that died in a helicopter crash near the Santa Monica Mountains. They were on their way to an AAU basketball game at the facility Faulkner oversaw in Thousand Oaks, Calif. “The worst tragedy that we could have ever imagined happened,” Faulkner told USA TODAY Sports. “That changed everything.”