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Kyrie Irving, Paul George Sit Out Final Exhibition Game

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Kyrie Irving and Paul George are expected to sit out the U.S. Olympic basketball team’s exhibition game against Nigeria on Monday night to rest injuries.

Source: The Associated Press

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2018 NBA Draft Diary

Sources: Multiple Teams in Discussion to Acquire No. 4 Pick

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The Memphis Grizzlies are in discussions with a number of teams to trade the No. 4 pick in Thursday’s NBA draft, league sources tell ESPN. Any such trade would likely include forward Chandler Parsons, whose contract is considered an albatross because of his knee problems.

The Grizzlies have several potential trade partners, as the Dallas Mavericks, Orlando Magic, Chicago Bulls, New York Knicks, Denver Nuggets, Boston Celtics and LA Clippers have shown varying degrees of interest in a deal, a source told ESPN.

According to sources, the Grizzlies don’t anticipate the most serious proposals to arrive until they are on the clock Thursday, shortly before 8 p.m. ET. While contingent deals can be made earlier, the Grizzlies and other teams might want to see which prospects are available at No. 4 before deciding on a deal.

Source: Jonathan Givony of ESPN

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2018 NBA Draft Diary

Sources: Lakers to Acquire Second-Round Pick from 76ers

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The Lakers have acquired the 39th pick in Thursday’s Draft from the 76ers, league source tells ESPN. Lakers will send Philly its 2019 second round pick via Bulls and cash.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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Sources: Kyle O’Quinn Declines Player Option

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New York Knicks center Kyle O’Quinn has declined his $4.2 million contract for the 2018-19 season to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, league sources told ESPN.

O’Quinn, 28, had his best NBA season for the Knicks and should be among the better backup centers available in the summer marketplace.

O’Quinn averaged 7.1 points, 6.1 rebounds and 58 percent shooting in 18 minutes per game for the Knicks.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN

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