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NBA summer league’s best, worst and most surprising rookies

Who were the standouts and disappointments at NBA summer league? Our experts answer the big questions. 1. Who was the best rookie you saw at summer league? Mike Schmitz, ESPN Insider: Often described as a safe or high-floor selection, Bulls center Wendell Carter Jr. turned

Assessing Cleveland Cavaliers Collin Sexton

10:53 PM ET Andre SnellingsESPN On a day when former franchise-everything LeBron James was in the house supporting his new team, the Cleveland Cavaliers continued their transition to the future at the Las Vegas Summer League. The Cavs’ summer league team defeated the Toronto Raptors

Which NBA player had the best sneakers in 2018 Summer League?

9:41 AM ET Nick DePaulaESPN For the second offseason in a row, an unexpected sneaker brand emerged to dominate the conversation heading into the NBA draft and summer league. Last summer, it was Lonzo Ball’s unique Big Baller Brand venture and his eventual musical-chairs approach

Breaking down Hornets pick Miles Bridges

11:28 PM ET Andre SnellingsESPN The Charlotte Hornets lost an 87-84 overtime thriller to the Toronto Raptors on Saturday to end their session in the Las Vegas Summer League. The Hornets had the chance this session to evaluate several young players who could potentially get

Fantasy basketball – Free agent winners and losers

Jul 11, 2018 Andre SnellingsESPN The biggest winner in free agency in the NBA is the Los Angeles Lakers, for bringing the best player in the NBA out west to wear purple and gold. But who are the biggest winners of free agency from a

Dallas Mavericks nearing new deal with Yogi Ferrell

The Dallas Mavericks and guard Yogi Ferrell are “on the 1-yard line” of getting a deal done, a source told ESPN. The Mavs rescinded their $2.9 million qualifying offer to Ferrell on Friday, making him an unrestricted free agent. The source said, however, that the

NBA free agency – Every new deal, contract and extensions

Free agency is in full swing in the NBA. Here’s the latest look at the deals that have gone down, with plenty of updates to come. JaVale McGee: Agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. Elfrid Payton: Agreed to a