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Walton sees him as positionless
Says team chemistry wasn't 'the best'
Harris noted that the 76ers' team chemistry through the year wasn't "the best" but cited group chats and video calls as being an opportunity to "grow a little bit together" during the pandemic, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Practicing with 'swagger'
Calls season 'blessing in disguise'
Curry noted that the Warriors going 15-50 this season "could be a blessing in disguise in terms of this next three, four years we want to have. Get rested, get healthy. ... We've had a long seven years, so it was nice to get a little refresh," Ali Thanawalla of Yahoo Sports reports.
Starts at PF during practice
Didn't touch ball for three months
'Thought about' opting out bubble
Likely bound for Spain
Playing for multiple reasons
Brown describes his decision to participate in the NBA season restart as partly motivated by his desire to amplify social justice issues, the Associated Press reports. "Once I thought about the opportunity that the organization and the NBA presented to play for something bigger than myself, I was signed up," he said. "I plan on using my voice while I'm down there. I plan on spreading light on things that are getting dimmed and hopefully the NBA and our organization can understand."
Traveling with team pending decision
Endured depression during time away
Will join team for season restart
Could play in Orlando
Scores 24 points in win
Adds weight during break
Confirms healthy status
May leave bubble in September
Excited about team's prospects
Ibaka said he and his Raptors teammates are in prime condition both physically and mentally ahead of the NBA's planned restart, Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com reports. "I saw just how everyone is in great shape," Ibaka said on a conference call with reporters Saturday. "They came here in great shape, and as soon as we got here, everyone was starting to put in work."
Orlando arrival likely delayed
Expanded opportunity awaits
Ingles is in line for expanded offensive responsibility with Bojan Bogdanovic (wrist) out for the remainder of the regular season and postseason.
Focused on upcoming postseason
Gobert, whose positive COVID-19 test back in March started a domino effect of the suspension of numerous sports leagues and events, is focused on finishing out the regular season and trying to win a championship in the coming weeks, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports.
Opportunity opens up?
Holiday, who's already logged 26 starts this season, could be in line to serve as the top shooting guard the rest of the campaign with Victor Oladipo opting out of the Orlando restart.
Prioritizes rehab over postseason
Oladipo's primary reason for opting out of the NBA restart is to devote additional time to the ongoing rehab of the ruptured quadriceps tendon he suffered in early 2019, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. "I feel like I'm at a great place in my rehab and getting closer and closer to 100 percent," Oladipo said. "With all the variables, from how I have to build my 5-on-5 workload back up, to the increased risk of a soft tissue injury which could delay my rehab, and the unknown exact set up of the bubble, I just can't get my mind to being fully comfortable in playing."
Wants to stay in Sacramento
Didn't touch ball for 2-3 months