Jovan Buha: Tobias Harris is playing tonight, per Doc Rivers.
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Andrew Greif: Tobias Harris (right shoulder) will see how his injury feels before the next game, in Charlotte. “Hopefully I can get good treatment on it and have it be better for there but yeah, I’ll see how it feels.”
Andrew Greif: Tobias Harris hurt his right shoulder Thursday defending a drive by LeBron, then reaggravated the injury in warmups. By that time, he said, he figured he might as well play.
Jovan Buha: Tobias Harris is sick and isn’t going through shootaround today. There’s a chance he doesn’t play tonight against the Blazers.
Rod Beard: #Pistons SVG says Aron Baynes (ankle, probable) and Tobias Harris (knee, questionable) will try to play tonight vs. #Cavs.
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Jeff Goodman: As has been reported by just about everyone, former Iowa State and Chicago Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg is the heavy, heavy favorite to replace Tim Miles at Nebraska, sources told @Stadium. Hoiberg feels like the job “just fits him,” one source close to him said.
Vincent Poirier: “I still have a contract for next year with Vitoria, which doesn’t include a EuroLeague buy out clause. That’s why it depends on the club. For the NBA, I don’t know. Like every year, I am waiting for the season to end, to perform my best and we will see what may come. I know that there are clubs which are interested in me, both from the EuroLeague and the NBA. So we will have to wait for the summer and I will make the best possible choice.”
Sam Cassell was part of the 2004 Western Conference Finals team and although he played only two seasons with the Wolves, those two seasons were certainly impactful. In 2003-04, Ryan Saunders was just 17 years old, but he was letting everything sink in with his dad at the helm of the Wolves and watching Cassell run point.
Saunders and Cassell spent time in Washington as assistants under Flip Saunders with the Wizards. Both spent 2009-14 there and Saunders had learned plenty from his father, but he learned a lot from Cassell, a former player in the league about how to go about a full season as an assistant coach. “We talk all the time,” Saunders said. “ . . . Sam’s somebody that I was with in Washington when we were both assistants. First coming into the league, he helped me a lot in terms of showing how someone with a player perspective, how to communicate and how players will respond and how it can be during the dog days of a season. I give Sam a lot of credit for me and my growth.”
Last month, the Magic announced a new partnership with sports data and intelligence company STATS. They will be the first NBA organization to enlist the AutoSTATS artificial intelligence software for college scouting and data purposes to supplement draft preparation.
In a press release in February, STATS said: “AutoSTATS delivers comprehensive player-tracking data directly from video through patented AI and computer vision technology. The new technology gives the Magic exclusive access to the college tracking data currently unavailable at this scale due to the scarce use of in-venue tracking systems.”