Michael Singer: Nuggets injury report: P.J. Dozier (adductor) is still out. No Barton or MPJ on report.
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Michael Singer: Malone said he’s not ruling out Will Barton for Game 1. Said he hopes Dozier can return sometime this series. Barton went through parts of practice today, as did Dozier. Was the first day Dozier did so.
Mike Singer: Will Barton (hamstring) and P.J. Dozier (adductor) are both out for tomorrow’s Game 6, I’m told.
Michael Singer: Will Barton (hamstring) and P.J. Dozier (adductor) are both out for tomorrow’s Game 6, I’m told.
Jamie Hudson: Nuggets Injury Report for Game 5: Will Barton (right hamstring; strain), PJ Dozier (right adductor; strain) and Jamal Murray (left ACL; surgery) are out.
Harrison Wind: Nuggets injury report for Game 1: – Will Barton and PJ Dozier are out – Austin River (non-covid illness) is questionable
Michael Singer: Plan is for P.J. Dozier to get an MRI today on his hip. #Nuggets got in late last night/early this morning. Team will update his status accordingly, I’m told.
Serena Winters: Josh Hart and P.J. Dozier still ruled out for the Lakers tonight (ankles). Everyone else is available. Gametime 5pm vs. Mavericks!
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July 24, 2021 | 3:04 am EDT Update
Simmons, the only All-Star known to be shopped by his team, is also unlikely to land with the Warriors. The 76ers are asking for a massive haul that includes an All-Star-level player. Per a league source, Golden State wouldn’t be willing to give up what it would take to get Simmons.
Could the 76ers trade the No. 28 pick in Thursday’s NBA draft at the Barclays Center? A league source confirmed the team has had discussions about parting with the pick if they can get value in return. The Sixers are open to trading it for future assets or a veteran player. Trade discussions could heat up early next week, though it’s not a certainty that they’ll trade the pick. The Sixers also have a second-round pick (50th).
Marc Stein on the Warriors: “The way it was described to me by a team that I’ll just say has been monitoring Golden State very closely is they want a star, the Warriors want a star… But, you know, who doesn’t want a star? Can you package 7 and 14 picks and James Wiseman and get a star? When we’re talking about stars, that’s basically code for Bradley Beal, or Damian Lillard. Are either one of those guys really in play at this draft? It’s probably more Lillard than Beal at this point but I just think the draft might come a step too soon for either one of those guys to be dealt.”
An opposing executive estimates Allen could receive around $20 million annually. Depending on the length of the deal, either four or five years, it could total close to $100 million.
The organization has spoken with the Indiana Pacers about a deal, with Myles Turner’s name being in those conversations, The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor reported Friday morning. “They are having trade conversations, I have not seen reported that, I believe I had it in my story that they’ve had some conversations with the Pacers, the Pacers have been one of the more active teams, the name that I’ve heard involved in those conversations is Myles Turner,” O’Connor said on the “NBA Mismatch” podcast.