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Kobe’s Teammates Embracing Farewell Tour

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For Kobe Bryant, the retirement experience has been overwhelming. “It’s been crazy. It’s been different, being on the road and experiencing [that],” he said Saturday. “The acceptance and the thank-yous and things like that, it’s been wonderful.” It has also been quite an experience for Bryant’s teammates.

Rookie guard D’Angelo Russell said he wants to snag some memorabilia at some point. “It’s a long season,” Russell said. “I’ll try to get something every game.”Julius Randle wants autographs, too.”Oh, yeah, [Kobe is] going to have to sign a couple things for me,” the second-year forward said. “He can’t go out that easy.”

Source: Baxter Holmes of ESPN

 

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Sources: Pau Gasol Out One Month with Left Ankle Injury

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Bucks center Pau Gasol is expected to miss approximately one month with a left ankle injury, league sources tell ESPN. He joins Nikola Mirotic and Malcolm Brogdon as among those likely out for the regular season.

Source: Malika Andrews on Twitter

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Sources: Jontay Porter Re-Tears Right ACL

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Jontay Porter’s NBA stock has taken a turn for the worse.

Porter, the Missouri power forward who missed his sophomore season after tearing ligaments in his right knee during a preseason scrimmage against Southern Illinois, recently re-tore his right ACL while in Denver, multiple sources told The Star. The Missouri basketball team confirmed the injury.

Porter was in Denver rehabbing his first knee injury. Sources told The Star the injury didn’t come directly from rehab but happened while he was on the court working out. It’s unknown if Porter was cleared for activity when he was injured.

Source: Alex Schiffer of The Kansas City Star

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Sources: Suns to Waive Jawun Evans, Rockets Expected to Claim

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The Phoenix Suns will waive two-way player Jawun Evans, league sources told @TheAthleticNBA. The Houston Rockets are expected to make a claim on Evans after he’s waived.

Source: Michael Scotto on Twitter

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