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Kerr: ‘Would Love’ to See Draymond Win Defensive Player

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They’re only 14 games into the regular season, but that isn’t preventing the Golden State Warriors from campaigning for an individual honor on behalf of Draymond Green.

“I hope he wins [Defensive Player of the Year],” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said after Monday’s 120-83 win over the Indiana Pacers. “We’re well aware of how great (San Antonio Spurs forward) Kawhi Leonard is. And it’s one of those votes that the last couple years could have gone either way, but I would love to see Draymond rewarded for his efforts.”

Source: Chris Haynes of ESPN

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2018 NBA Draft Diary

Karl-Anthony Towns Has Not Asked For A Trade

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[Tom] Thibodeau and [Karl-Anthony] Towns have spoken on the phone this offseason, league sources told The Athletic, and there is expected to be more substantive dialogue in the coming weeks when Towns returns from his travels.

According to several people familiar with the situation, there has not been an impasse between the two. Towns has not asked for a trade and the Wolves are not considering trading him. As contract extension talks kick off for Towns this summer, the communication only figures to increase.

Source: Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic

 

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2018 NBA Draft Diary

Spurs Listening On Trade Offers For Kawhi Leonard

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Spurs are willing listeners on Kawhi Leonard trade proposals, but haven’t been proactive in chasing down offers, league sources tell ESPN. For now, make an offer and they’ll add it to their board. Spurs and Lakers have had no dialogue on Leonard.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN

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Bucks Looking To Trade Down, Unloading Matthew Dellavedova

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The Bucks are pursuing trades using the no. 17 pick to dump point guard Matthew Dellavedova, who has two years and $19.2 million remaining on his contract.

Milwaukee, however, is only looking to trade down in the draft, not to use a deal as an outright salary dump.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

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