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Warriors vs Lakers: NBA Summer League 2019 This is a major contrast of two teams heading into opposite directions as the Golden State Warriors visit the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday Join us Thursday at 7:30 p.m. for news and analysis when the Lakers vs Warriors LeBron James remains sidelined This is a major contrast of two teams heading into opposite directions as the Golden State Warriors visit the Los Angeles Lakers
Day one of NBA free agency was a complete free for all. So many moves were made that quite honestly, there isn’t really much left outside of Kawhi Leonard and the trickle-down role players that will come off the board one by one. Here are some of the biggest takeaways from the Day 1 madness.
Brooklyn in the house
Not much to say here. Brooklyn signed Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, who both agreed to take slightly less than max money, which allowed the Nets to also add DeAndre Jordan on a four-year, $40 million deal. Brooklyn loses D’Angelo Russell in the process in a sign-and-trade for Durant with the Warriors (which we’ll get to), but the Nets are contenders now. Maybe not right away next season, but they’ll be darn good, perhaps a top-four seed, and come 2020-21 when they get Durant back, look out.
To think where the Nets were six years ago when they traded everything but their soul to the Celtics — leaving them with no picks, no assets, no anything for the foreseeable future — it is stunning what they have turned themselves into. Remember, Kyrie and K.D. coming to Brooklyn is the headline, but the Nets don’t even have a shot at them if they don’t put together a winning, promising team off the scrap yard over the past half-decade. They have a culture. They have coaching. They have front-office stars. They have a host of really good young players. And now they have two superstars. Incredible.
Warriors don’t rebuild, they D-Load
Just when you thought the Warriors had lost Kevin Durant for nothing, Golden State and the Brooklyn Nets reportedly agreed to a sign-and-trade for Durant that will send D’Angelo Russell to the Bay Area. This. Is. Madness.
Adrian WojnarowskiGolden State and Brooklyn have agreed on a sign-and-trade, sending D’Angelo Russell to the Warriors on a four-year, $117M maximum contract, league sources tell ESPN.
9:30 AM – Jul 1, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy34.5K people are talking about thisAll things considered, this could be the bombshell of the night. Yes, a sign-and-trade with someone for Durant had been talked about but for this to actually happen is nuts. The Warriors were going to lose Durant for nothing and they had no money or assets that are attractive enough to replace him. Now, out of the rabbit’s hat, they get a 23-year-old All-Star who was on the shortlist for a max deal with a lot of teams