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Report: Luka Doncic Won’t Work Out for Teams Before Draft

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[Agent Bill] Duffy said that [Luka] Doncic won’t work out for teams ahead of this June’s draft because of his commitments to Real Madrid. The team is part of the Euroleague Final Four, which will take place on May 18 and 20, and will start with Doncic’s Spanish team taking on Russian powerhouse CSKA. Expect a crowd of NBA talent evaluators to descend on Belgrade that weekend. If you want to know more about Doncic, watch those games.

Even after the Euroleague final, Doncic figures to remain busy throughout June, and will still be unable to work out for teams because of the Spanish League playoffs. Duffy said there is no way Doncic will be missing out on the postseason competition.

Source: Sean Deveney of Sporting News

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Report: Jimmy Butler Asks For A Trade

According to Shams Charania, Wolves forward Jimmy Butler has asked to be traded.

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Jimmy Butler has requested a trade from the Minnesota Timberwolves, league sources tell me and @JonKrawczynski. Butler has given Minnesota a list of one-to-three teams with whom he’s open to signing extension, in anticipation of trade.

Source: Shams Charania, via Twitter

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Sources: 76ers Promote Elton Brand to General Manager

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Philadelphia has hired Elton Brand as general manager, league sources tell ESPN. Brand will be elevated from VP of Basketball Operations. He made strong impression on ownership and Brett Brown in process, beating out several inside and outside candidates.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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Sources: NBA Updates Salary Cap Projections for Future Seasons

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Sources: The NBA has informed its teams of updated projected salary cap and tax level for 2019-20 ($109M, $132M) and 2020-21 ($118M, $143M).

Sources: Shams Charania on Twitter

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