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Lakers’ Chris Kaman Cleared to Play

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Lakers backup center Chris Kaman, who has a sore right knee, also had an MRI. Results of the MRI were negative and he is cleared to play.

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Sources: Pelicans Open to Trading Lonzo Ball, JJ Redick

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A team that is expected to be prominent in the trade market picture, rival teams expect: The New Orleans Pelicans. The franchise is off to an uneven 5-10 start to the season. New Orleans has been receiving calls about the availability of Lonzo Ball and JJ Redick and has shown an openness to discussing trades around both with interested teams, sources tell The Athletic. A move would create a clearer pathway for young guards Nickeil Alexander-Walker and Kira Lewis in the Pelicans’ rotation.

Source: Shams Charania of The Athletic

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Sources: Warriors, Pelicans Discussed Potential Kelly Oubre Jr. Trade

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The [Golden State] Warriors and [New Orleans] Pelicans discussed a potential deal involving Kelly Oubre Jr., sources said. There isn’t traction as of yet. Like many conversations around this time, it is a scenario.

Source: Shams Charania of  The Athletic

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Sources: Knicks, Clippers Interested in Derrick Rose

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New York and the [Los Angeles] Clippers are among interested teams in [Detroit] Pistons guard Derrick Rose, sources said. Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau has a long history with Rose, coaching the former league MVP in Chicago and Minnesota.

Source: Shams Charania of The Athletic

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