Jusuf Nurkic continued to show how his rehabilitation is going Saturday in Phoenix.
Portland Trail Blazers’ Jusuf Nurkic ‘right where I want to be’ in rehab and ‘hungry’ for return - oregonlive.com
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The Blazers' center, who suffered compound fractures in his left leg in March, has resumed on-court workouts.
Jusuf Nurkić Discusses Workouts, Rehabilitation, Wanting To Return A Better Player And His 'Head Being Good'
by: Casey Holdahl — NBA 2h
Saturday afternoon in Phoenix, Trail Blazers center Jusuf Nurkić went through an on-court workout, the first the public has seen since the 7-0 Bosnian suffered compound fractures to his left tibia
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Matt Ellentuck of SBNation outlines Portland’s three potential courses, all of which could include the same player.
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The Portland Trail Blazers have applied for a disabled player exception worth $2.85M for the season-ending loss of Rodney Hood, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. The Portland Trail Blazers have applied for a disabled player exception worth $2.85M
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“And Kevin Love doesn’t block shots like that, either. The trade talk … it don’t enter my mind a lot...I’m not thinking about it. If we are struggling on defense and you want to (trade for him), I mean, good luck. Good luck with that.” @youngwhiteside on trade rumors. #RipCityBlogger / Podcaster
“I feel hungry. I feel every day hungry more. When I’m with the team I feel even more hungry. I’ve lost some weight, I feel great, more explosive, more quick. When that day comes, I’m gonna be the Double Beast.” @bosnianbeast27 provides an update on his recovery and progress.Official Team Account
All they had to use was the tax-payer mid level exception. It was good enough to bring hood back, but not kanter and Hood. They acquired Bazemore and his expiring contract for Turner's expiring deal. They had few dollars to spend and had no money to offer curry. Zero.@dwightjaynes 🤣Ok DJ: I’ll try to restrain myself in future, but this talent drain every season is a re-“curr”ing theme. So we don’t want to pay Curry $8million/yr, but we pony up $20m/yr for Bazemore & $27m/yr for Whiteside. It’s all abt. priorities. I prefer good fundamentals & teamwork! https://t.co/d7xgAQHpFxTV / Radio Personality
RT @JabariJYoung: New #CNBC #SportsBiz read: Spoke with @trboxing CEO Bob Arum who expects Wilder-Fury 2 to be the highest-grossing heavyweight fight of all-time. Also responds to @ShowtimeShawnP remarks, and says Crawford-Porter bout could happen in 2020 #Boxing https://t.co/GdrbaodqWVBeat Writer / Columnist
James Harden was averaging 14.9 free throw attempts per game, not shooting less than 10 in any game this season before the Rockets protest of his unrecognized basket. Since then, Harden is averaging 8.6 FTAs per game. Four of those five games he shot single digit attempts.TV / Radio Personality
You have to take into consideration the value of expiring contracts and their usein trades vs. just letting them go and losing that cap space.@ImUrPirate @dwightjaynes Completely agree. I could care less about Melo or the potential of Whiteside. Team chemistry, and a willingness to play a (defensive role), were keys last year. Certainly PTB would be better with Nurkic and Collins, but I’m not sure Bazemore and Whiteside we’re a net upgradeBlogger / Podcaster
Hey @robneyer … do us a favor… I must not be the only one who doesn’t understand why it’s critical for MLB to hold onto the Anti-trust exemption when other leagues don’t have it. Could they do without it? And do it in 140 characters?Blogger / Podcaster
And there are cap considerations you don’t seem to grasp…Bazemore and Whiteside were not free agents… they came in trades… they couldn’t match Curry because of the cap…@dwightjaynes 🤣Ok DJ: I’ll try to restrain myself in future, but this talent drain every season is a re-“curr”ing theme. So we don’t want to pay Curry $8million/yr, but we pony up $20m/yr for Bazemore & $27m/yr for Whiteside. It’s all abt. priorities. I prefer good fundamentals & teamwork! https://t.co/d7xgAQHpFxBlogger / Podcaster
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