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Dwyane Wade: Retirement Decision ‘not my focus’

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About an hour after the final game of his 15th NBA season, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade acknowledged that he has thought about retiring but said he won’t make a final decision until later in the offseason.

“That’s not my focus,” Wade said after the Heat’s season-ending loss to the 76ers on Tuesday. “Fresh off this NBA season, my 15th year, I sit back and think about that. Then I dive and throw myself into my family. They’re next on my bucket list, making sure I’m there for them. And when it comes to the basketball side of it, which is a long time away from now, then I’ll think about that.”

Wade, a three-time NBA champion, had no interest in addressing his future after the Heat were eliminated in Game 5 of their first-round series against the Sixers.

“I love Philly, but ain’t gonna be no breaking news here in Philly,” Wade said lightheartedly. “I’m sorry. I appreciate [the concern], but let me worry about that later.”

Source: Ian Begley of ESPN

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Sources: Knicks ‘obsessed’ with Masai Ujiri

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As noted on Friday, the spotlight is on Knicks president Steve Mills in the wake of David Fizdale’s firing.

We detailed here where things stood with Mills and general manager Scott Perry prior to the Fizdale firing.

If Mills and Perry are let go after the season, Masai Ujiri will be one of the top candidates on the Knicks’ wish list.

Will the Knicks have a shot at landing Ujiri? That’s unclear. But once the Knicks started struggling last month, multiple Madison Square Garden people in positions of influence have been ‘obsessed’ with – and ‘enamored’ by – the Raptors executive, per SNY sources.

Source: Ian Begley of SNY.tv

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Sources: LaMelo Ball Out Four Weeks with Foot Injury

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LaMelo Ball — the potential No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft — is expected to miss four weeks with a foot injury, sources tell ESPN. There’s hope that NBA teams can resume scouting him in the Australian NBL in January.

Source: Jonathan Givony on Twitter

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Report: Rodney Hood Suffers Torn Left Achilles

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MRI confirms Rodney Hood has a torn left Achilles tendon.

We love you, Rodney ❤️


Source: Portland Trail Blazers on Twitter

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