Devin Vassell entering NBA draft after two years at Florida State

Devin Vassell entering NBA draft after two years at Florida State

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Florida State guard Devin Vassell, projected as a potential first-round pick, has declared his eligibility for the NBA draft.buy nike nfl jerseys cheap Vassell announced on social media on Monday that he would be leaving the Seminoles. Vassell is projected as the 19th-best available player on ESPN's draft board. "What an incredible two years, Nole Family," he wrote. "It is with a heart full of gratitude that I am entering my name in the 2020 NBA Draft. I'll never forget the amazing ride of these last two years, and I'm excited to see what the future holds." The 6-foot-7 guard led FSU in scoring with 12.7 points per game and also averaged 5.1 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.0 blocks and 1.4 steals per game for the ACC regular-season champion Seminoles.cheap nfl…
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Ex-Harvard G Seth Towns transferring to Ohio State over Duke

Ex-Harvard G Seth Towns transferring to Ohio State over Duke

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Former Harvard wing Seth Towns, the best graduate transfer on the market, committed to Ohio State on Saturday night. Towns, a Columbus, Ohio, native, chose the Buckeyes over Duke, while his final list also included Kansas, Virginia, Syracuse, Michigan and Maryland. He will be eligible immediately next season and should have two seasons of eligibility. "I'm coming home," Towns said. "From a basketball standpoint, it makes sense for me. Obviously, there's no place like home. Coach [Chris] Holtmann and I have developed a really good relationship; I trust him wholly. It's great. It's been my childhood dream. I have a painting of me in an Ohio State jersey on my childhood bedroom wall, even still. I got that when I was 2 years old." Towns has missed the past two…
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Nets defend testing players for coronavirus, cite use of private lab

Nets defend testing players for coronavirus, cite use of private lab

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Several Brooklyn Nets players and staff were experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, prompting the team's traveling party to get tested for the virus, the team said in a statement Wednesday. The statement from the Nets came on the heels of public outcry about NBA players having disproportionate access to scarce tests, when the general public -- even those who are critically ill -- are struggling to get tested. On Wednesday night, NBA commissioner Adam Silver told ESPN's Rachel Nichols that eight full NBA teams have been tested for the coronavirus.cheap nfl jerseys china nike "We wish them a speedy recovery. But, with all due respect, an entire NBA team should NOT get tested for COVID-19 while there are critically ill patients waiting to be tested," de Blasio tweeted Tuesday. "Tests should…
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Celts’ Marcus Smart, two Lakers players latest to test positive for coronavirus

Celts’ Marcus Smart, two Lakers players latest to test positive for coronavirus

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The coronavirus continues to make its way through the NBA, with Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart and two Los Angeles Lakers players testing positive for COVID-19. "I'm OK, I feel fine. I don't feel any of the symptoms," Smart said in a video he posted on social media. "But I can't stress enough practicing social distancing and really keeping yourself away from a large group of people and just really washing your hands and help protect yourself. And help protect others by protecting yourself."new nike nfl jerseys cheap Smart was more emphatic in his tweet in addressing the issue of social distancing, writing, "The younger generation in our country must self distance. This is not a joke. Not doing so is selfish. Together we can beat this, but we must…
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Raptors test negative for COVID-19; were last opponents of Jazz

Raptors test negative for COVID-19; were last opponents of Jazz

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Coronavirus tests for members of the Toronto Raptors' travel party have all come back negative, the team announced Saturday. The Raptors were the last team to face the Utah Jazz and stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, who have since tested positive for the virus. In a statement, the Raptors said their entire travel party from the game Monday night in Salt Lake City was tested for the coronavirus on Wednesday. The team went on to say, however, that those who were asked to remain in self-isolation for 14 days will continue to do so, as recommended by Toronto Public Health in the wake of players finding out they had come in contact with a person known to have the virus that causes COVID-19.nfl nike jerseys for cheap Gobert's positive…
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Rich Kleiman: Kevin Durant playing in summer ‘not very realistic’

Rich Kleiman: Kevin Durant playing in summer ‘not very realistic’

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The possibility of a summer return for the NBA season has led to speculation that injured superstar Kevin Durant could rejoin the Brooklyn Nets in time for their postseason push.nike nfl jerseys cheap china But Durant's longtime business partner Rich Kleiman tamped down expectations for the former MVP on Monday morning, telling Golic & Wingo that hopes of Durant playing in June or July are "not very realistic." "Honestly, not very realistic from my standpoint, and not even spoken about," Kleiman said. Durant ruptured his Achilles tendon during the NBA Finals last June and signed with the Nets in July. Nets GM Sean Marks has repeatedly stated that the team expects Durant to miss the entire 2019-20 season, given the traditional recovery timeline for Achilles injuries. Sources told ESPN's Adrian…
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‘Spike’ in no-shows means small Knicks crowd

‘Spike’ in no-shows means small Knicks crowd

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Spike Lee isn't the only fan who has decided to be a no-show at New York Knicks games. The Knicks drew their smallest home crowd in nearly 13½ years Wednesday night, falling more than 3,200 below capacity in a 112-104 loss to the Utah Jazz. The announced crowd was just 16,588, with noticeable patches of empty seats throughout an arena that lists 19,812 as its capacity for NBA games.nike nfl jerseys for cheap That means the arena was filled to about 84% capacity -- leaving one in every six seats unsold. Blame poor play, anger over Lee's altercation or coronavirus concerns, but fans hadn't stayed away from Madison Square Garden in such large numbers since Dec. 13, 2006 -- more than 500 regular-season games ago -- when the Knicks drew…
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Celtics searching for answers as slide continues

Celtics searching for answers as slide continues

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The Boston Celtics woke up on Feb. 29 feeling great about the state of their season. They sat tied in the loss column with the Toronto Raptors for second place in the Eastern Conference, and they had won 14 of their past 17 games. "That's the hardest part about the NBA ... that's just the way it goes." The way it's going now for the Celtics is that they can't do anything right here at home. In those four losses -- to the Houston Rockets, Brooklyn Nets, Utah Jazz and the Thunder -- the Celtics held a double-digit lead in each that they let slip away, including the three biggest leads (21 points against Brooklyn, 18 against Oklahoma City and 17 against Houston) that they let get away all season.nfl…
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Russell Westbrook, Rockets’ ‘other MVP,’ torches Celtics in OT win

Russell Westbrook, Rockets’ ‘other MVP,’ torches Celtics in OT win

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Off nights for James Harden haven't often ended well for the Houston Rockets over the years. That's why the Rockets pounced on the opportunity to pair Harden with another recent MVP, acquiring Russell Westbrook for Chris Paul and a package of draft picks last summer. That deal paid dividends for Houston on Saturday night, when Harden struggled but Westbrook starred in a 111-110 overtime victory over the Boston Celtics. "We had a lot of attention on James Harden, and forgot about the other MVP over there," Celtics forward Jaylen Brown said. "[Westbrook] came out and asserted himself early and took over and dominated this game." Westbrook scored a game-high 41 points on 16-of-27 shooting in the victory, putting an exclamation point on one of the most productive months of his…
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Chasson Randle to sign with Warriors amid CBA’s coronavirus shutdown

Chasson Randle to sign with Warriors amid CBA’s coronavirus shutdown

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Chasson Randle will sign a contract with the Golden State Warriors, his agent, Darrell Comer of YouFirst Sports, told ESPN. Randle has reached a settlement with Tianjin of the Chinese Basketball Association, Comer said, and will be granted a FIBA letter of clearance as soon as his request is processed in Switzerland. Two previous attempts to sign a 10-day contract were initially blocked by his Chinese team. Randle was one of approximately 40 American players -- which include former NBA players Jeremy Lin, Lance Stephenson, Tyler Hansbrough, Ty Lawson and others -- in limbo as the CBA has indefinitely suspended its league due to the coronavirus outbreak. Randle played his last game on Jan. 21. The league is not expected to resume until early April, if at all, with most…
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