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Anthony Davis' move from the Wasserman agency that negotiated his current contract to join Klutch Sports stoked paranoia in New Orleans, the city Chris Paul left in his prime shortly after he changed agents.
Lakers second-year guard Lonzo Ball, who "just got cleared" to participate in full workouts after undergoing surgery on a torn left meniscus, hopes to show off an improved jump shot and the ability to finish better in the paint.
Paul George told ESPN at Monday's media day that the Thunder are "absolutely" built to contend, and now that he is committed to Oklahoma City long-term, "I can go back to just playing ball and enjoying the game."
The Spurs entered camp without stalwarts Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker or Manu Ginobili.
New York Knicks All-Star Kristaps Porzingis says he's taken a conservative approach in his rehabilitation from ACL surgery, in part because no player Porzingis' height has dealt with the same injury.
LeBron James says the Lakers have a long way to go to reach the Warriors' level, but if they put in the work, results will come.
The Mavs' spark plug reserve guard is a larger-than-life celebrity in his home, which continues to recover after Hurricane Maria devastated the island one year ago.
Tom Thibodeau said the Wolves will do their best to accommodate Jimmy Butler's trade request, but expects the star forward to show up for camp if a deal doesn't come together soon.
The Rockets have yet to make a decision on whether Carmelo Anthony will start this season, but the 10-time All-Star did not shoot down the possibility of coming off the bench for the first time in his career.
Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond said he's been given the "green light" by new coach Dwane Casey to shoot 3-pointers this season.
Kemba Walker said unequivocally Monday that his goal is to continue playing for Michael Jordan's Hornets beyond this season.
The major professional sports leagues and the NCAA have jumped into their first full seasons with expanded legal sports betting by taking a largely wait-and-see approach, leaving teams to figure out how best to navigate an evolving betting landscape.
Dwight Howard may miss the beginning of Wizards training camp with an ailing back.
On Monday Toronto introduced Kawhi Leonard, who said he "came in with an open mind" and is focused on this year. He was traded to the Raptors on July 18 by the San Antonio Spurs.
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