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Richard Jefferson Will Return for 17th Season

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Thus far, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ offseason has drawn more attention for the names that the team didn’t land (Paul George and Chauncey Billups) than for the names that they did (Jose Calderon and Kyle Korver). However, Cleveland received some clarity from a key bench player this week.

Richard Jefferson, 37, announced he will return to the Cavs to play next season on an episode of his “Road Trippin'” podcast that was published Wednesday. “I will be starting my 17th season next year; I am not retiring,” Jefferson said on the podcast hosted on LeBron James’ “Uninterrupted” multimedia platform.

Source: Dave McMenamin of ESPN

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2018 Free Agency Diary

Sources: Kings, Grizzlies Finalizing Garrett Temple Trade

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Sacramento is finalizing a trade to send forward Garrett Temple to Memphis for Ben McLemore, Deyonta Davis and cash, league sources tell ESPN.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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2018 Free Agency Diary

Sources: Nemanja Bjelica Backs Out of Deal with 76ers

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Free agent forward Nemanja Bjelica — who had agreed to a one-year deal with the 76ers — informed the team on Monday that he will stay in Europe this season, league sources tell ESPN. He never signed his contract with Philadelphia.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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2018 Free Agency Diary

Sources: 76ers Tried to Hire Daryl Morey Away from Houston

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The Philadelphia 76ers have been rebuffed in their attempt to hire away Houston’s Daryl Morey to take over as their new general manager, @NYTSports has learned

The 76ers had great interest in Morey — freshly voted as the league’s Executive of the Year — to replace the ousted Bryan Colangelo. But Morey couldn’t be lured away from the Rockets, with whom he has spent the last 12 seasons.

Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

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