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Report: Isaiah Thomas Out with Sore Right Hip

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Isaiah Thomas will miss the Los Angeles Lakers’ next two games due to a sore right hip.

The team confirmed that Thomas will not play at Memphis on Saturday and Detroit on Monday.

Thomas has averaged 15.6 points and 5.0 assists since being traded by Cleveland to the Lakers on the trade deadline. The veteran point guard has played in a total of 32 games this season for the Lakers and Cavaliers after rehabbing a hip injury suffered last season.

Thomas was shut down after two games in the Eastern Conference finals due to a right femoral-acetabular impingement with labral tear.

Source: ESPN

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Sources: Nets ‘have a real shot’ at Jimmy Butler in Free Agency

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Kevin Durant may be the Nets’ top target in free agency, but he’s not the only one. The feeling around the NBA is the Nets will have a very real chance to pry four-time All-Star Jimmy Butler away from Philadelphia.

Finally having the cash and cachet to get looks from the top free agents this July, Nets general manager Sean Marks is expected to be in the hunt for both Durant and Kyrie Irving. But Butler isn’t just a fall-back plan; he’s a two-way star league sources said the Nets have a real shot at landing.

Source: Brian Lewis of the New York Post

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Sources: Wizards Offer Nuggets’ Tim Connelly Head Front-Office Job

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Sources with @davidaldridgedc @fredkatz: The Washington Wizards are offering their head front-office job to Denver Nuggets president Tim Connelly. Connelly toured Wizards’ practice facility today in meeting.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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Sources: Lakers Won’t Hire New President of Basketball Operations

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The Lakers have decided they will not hire a President of Basketball Operations to replace Magic Johnson, a team source told ESPN.

General manager Rob Pelinka will continue in his role, reporting directly to ownership. Pelinka had previously reported to Johnson

Sources: Ramona Shelburne on Twitter

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