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Los Angeles Clippers Free Agency: Is Chris Paul or Blake Griffin more likely to leave?

Of course, there are plenty of scenarios where the Los Angeles Clippers can retain both superstars, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin . However, there are also scenarios where both players end up leaving or staying. Thus, will the Clippers keep Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, who both became free agents this week

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Houston Rockets clearing cap space to pursue Chris Paul, Blake Griffin

Rockets general manager Daryl Morey indicated last week that the team had “something up its sleeve,” and now we’re starting to see exactly what their strategy may entail. In an effort to clear cap space, the Rockets are making pretty much everyone aside from James Harden expendable, including Patrick Beverley, which is a surprise. Free Agency Scuttle: Houston is making Ryan Anderson/Lou Williams/Patrick Beverley available via trade to create summer spending flexibility — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) June 21, 2017 Obviously, this could set up for a potential salary cap dump, so they could attempt to land a superstar to pair alongside Harden, even one on a max contract

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LaDainian Tomlinson Calls Oakland Raiders Scary

The Oakland Raiders nailed the draft in 2014, picking OLB Khalil Mack, QB Derek Carr and OG Gabe Jackson. The three have since gone on to be among the best players at their positions.

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Angels bullpen could become expensive in 2018

Enough ink has been spilled as to Billy Eppler’s bang up job building an Angels bullpen that is surprisingly the strongest we’ve seen in years.  But if there’s one thing we know about valuable commodities in baseball, it’s that teams don’t want to lose it, and will pay handsomely to retain it.  This, along with inflation has contributed toward the meteoric rise in free agency contracts

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Saints ready to thrive offensively with the three headed monster backfield

The New Orleans Saints were one of the most active teams this off-season through free agency and trades and while many of the teams moves and decisions have left the Who Dat Nation divided one series of moves that has arguably been met with the most criticism is the acquiring of veteran running back Adrian Peterson, followed by the Draft day trade to acquire rookie running back Alvin Kamara out of Tennessee. Aside from some fans having issues with Peterson’s character issues or possibly his questionable durability I’m at a loss as to why fans are unfavorable towards this series of moves. For any Saints fan who really watched the games from 2009-2011 this off-season screamed of wanting to get back to the dynamic Payton once possessed of having a 3 headed monster in the back-field that he can constantly switch in and out through his packages to always leave the defense at a disadvantage and trying to adjust on the fly to whomever is in the game at one particular moment This is an article that could go on for quite a long time breaking down formations and match-ups comparing the possibilities of this year’s Saints offense to that of 2009 or 2011, so I’ll keep it simple and hope that my point can be made without needing to break it down completely

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Sherrod Blakely is in team “Trade the pick”?

While a James-Wiggins-Kyrie Irving Big Three will probably win you a lot of console championships, in the real world of NBA basketball it wasn’t going to work. The Cavs knew this, which is why they made no secret about willing to part ways with the top pick (Wiggins) for the right player. That player was Kevin Love … Boston knows they would be much better served if they can convert that top overall pick into a proven, established All-Star that can move them that much closer to title contention sooner rather than later

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One Fan(n)’s Opinion by @rich_fann – A History of GM Reactions

Brandon Beane is the new Bills general manager – and while the statements of glass eating, blue-collar, hard workers that only show up via the draft and occasionally someone in free agency sounds good, we’d be remiss if we don’t If anything, I’m encouraged by the setup of the two reporting to the owner, with all of football ops falling under Beane and all of the coaching under McDermott. That doesn’t mean they’re not going to collaborate, but they both have to make sure the house they’re in charge of is in order.

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Report: Sixers interested in signing Robert Covington to extension

It looks like the Philadelphia 76ers are trying to lock up one of their key contributors before he hits free agency next offseason. According to Michael Kaskey-Blomain of 973 ESPN , the Sixers are interested in signing small forward Robert Covington to an extension this offseason. Covington, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent in 2018 has been a key part of the Sixers’ rebuilding process over the last few seasons

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Remembering a class act named Michael Jackson— no, not that one—

Excuse me please for indulging in some sympathy for a Raven— but I was personally blown away yesterday by the news  that former Ravens wide receiver Michael Jackson bought it big time Friday night on a lonely highway in Louisiana. I (as a lowly cub reporter) used to interview Michael Jackson at his favorite post-practice restaurant named McCafferty’s on Sulgrave Avenue in the Mount Washington section of Baltimore. The guy was so open to questions and so relaxed in answering them, we often wound up eating dinner together.

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The Mark Ingram hate has to stop

This is a tough time in the year to come up with topics for a post. I usually belt out top 10 lists in hopes it gets us closer to training camp.

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The Mark Ingram hate has to stop